Nov 18 2:39 am RT @DallasMuseumArt: Be floored by the carpets of the Islamic world. Weave your magic into a community project, design a bookmark inspired…
Nov 18 1:34 am RT @DallasMuseumArt: Listen to music on the setar and poems of Rumi performed by Ali Razmi, one of Canada’s most respected Sufi musicians r…
A snippet of David Nile’s installation at One Arts Plaza in Dallas Arts District.
Join JM Gallery this Saturday, December 2 at 3:30pm for an Artist Talk with Shawn Saumell. Hear directly from the photographer about his process and inspiration for his current exhibit. You might even find a piece that you can't live without or the perfect gift for that special someone. #ArtatOneArts #ArtofTheHolidays
The festival begins on the evening of Nov. 16, with a musical performance featuring American Bedouin. Dallas Museum of Art Late Night on Nov. 17 features folkloric dances inspired by the traditions of India, Persia, Central Asia, the Middle East and Turkey.
Hear the rest of artist Joshua Neustein's personal anecdote about meeting Jacques Derrida, in the latest in the Nasher Sculpture Center 360 Speaker Series: https://youtu.be/YzGe0GTeNBk
There are still spots available for "All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins" this weekend at Dallas Museum of Art.
Everyone has a story to tell. Share your "Close To Home" tale with Oral Fixation (An Obsession with True Life Tales) by Nov. 17 & you may be a featured storyteller in next month's show at Moody Performance Hall.
Want to see the next Erykah Badu? Come out to Sammons Park outside of the Winspear Opera House tomorrow at noon to see the students of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts do their thing.
A must-see this week at Dallas Black Dance Theatre's Director's Choice series!
How would you like to see the relationship between community and art change in Dallas?
Visit www.dallasculturalplan.com for upcoming events and other ways help shape Dallas' cultural plan.
"Some of these venues are small; others are grand. But each offers a glimpse into the cultural heart and soul of our community."
Thursday's are for Lunch Jams with Booker T. Washington High School.
Seeing the opening of Big Bad Wolf and Les Fairies by Dark Circles Contemporary Dance tonight?
Pro Tip: Drop by Proof + Pantry beforehand for their Thursday specials and live tunes.
This Thursday, October 19 from 5pm - 8pm, join Proof + Pantry at One Arts Plaza in Dallas Arts District for #LiveMusic on the Patio, featuring the sounds of Alex Francisco Caruthers and drink specials. And make plans to join them every Thursday through November 16 for this limited series! #oneartsplaza #oneartsding #proofpatio #mydtd #dallasartsdistrict
From the edible farm to table art at Stephan Pyles Flora Street Cafe, to Yayoi Kasama's 'All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins' at Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas is blooming.
Drop by the #DanceAfrica Marketplace in Strauss Square until 3 PM!
Help kick-off the Dallas Cultural Plan! RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dallas-cultural-plan-kick-off-dallas-museum-of-art-tickets-37312241920
Congratulations, Theaster Gates!
Dallas Theater Center Presents Hair! Come see this amazing show anytime from September 22nd to October 22nd!
This Friday #CrowAfterDark is putting a spotlight on Japanese heroes and heroines from 6-midnight. ✨
As always, admission to Crow Collection of Asian Art is free.
City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs wants to hear from YOU. Kick-off the Dallas Cultural Plan on Monday, September 25th at Dallas Museum of Art. This is the first of four events being held across the city. Doors open at 6:00pm, the program begins at 6:15. #DCP2018
Join Dallas Museum of Art for a special morning at the Decorative Arts Symposium, featuring garden designer, author, television host, and conservationist P. Allen Smith; John Hays, Deputy Chairman of Christie’s America and specialist in American Furniture and Decorative Arts; and Ann Pailthorp, Farrow & Ball’s leader of the North American Colour Consultancy Program for British craftsmen in paint and paper.
Coffee and breakfast bites will be available at 9:30 a.m.