The Art Institute of Dallas is where creative minds go to hone their skills. So it’s only natural that the school offers students an opportunity to introduce their works to the world. Located inside the Art Institute, the Pegasus Gallery serves as a noncommercial space that exhibits art from faculty, staff, and students. The gallery aims to inspire students (and the public) with examples of accomplished artists’ best work, while providing a place for emerging talents to show their stuff. Exhibits, which change out about every two months, have included cardboard sculptures of dogs in Karen Garrett’s “Puppy Love” and Robertus van der Wege’s “Bike:Sculpture,” which was, incidentally, exactly what it sounds like.