Oct 20 8:54 pm RT @BruceWoodDance: Working on "Bloom" for SIX November. Set design to be provided by Shane Pennington. We can't wait to see it! https://t.…
Oct 20 7:18 pm Congrats to our very own Booker T. with 7 out 7 rating from the TEA @teainfo
Oct 20 6:58 pm 'Painted Vietnam Helicopter Is Providing PTSD Therapy for Veterans' @CreatorsProject
Oct 20 6:25 pm RT @DallasMuseumArt: Shake off the work week blues & escape to faraway lands with the Obscure Dignitaries performing Friday at #DMAnights h…
Oct 20 4:17 pm RT @CMLobsterDALLAS: Today we're at Klyde Warren Park- 2012 Woodall Rodgers Frwy, Dallas from 11-3!
Oct 20 3:59 am RT @Crow_Collection: You may have missed September's Talavera workshop but there is another opportunity to work… https://t.co/bUN6PcENXQ ht…
Oct 20 3:59 am RT @BTWHSPVA: Will Dance For Change-tomorrow 7pm Zero Floor Studios.The concert is a one night only. Free Admission with Donations to benef…
Oct 20 1:04 am RT @ATTPAC: Join us & @TITASPresents next Saturday for a FREE Community Tango Class led by Estampas Porteñas Tango dancers. https://t.co/R8…
Happy 135th #birthday
"Art is the elimination of the unnecessary." -Pablo Picasso
Enjoy Community Tango lessons compliments of TITAS Presents and AT&T Performing Arts Center this Saturday at 10:30am.
Sammons Lunch Jam coming to you live with the talented students of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts!
Our “brains on art” have a hum of their own — they’re busy handling a flood of information from a few different streams. PRI Public Radio International
"Amber Barbie Pickens, a Dallas native and Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts graduate, is in the middle of her first season on Broadway in New York City, performing with Cirque Du Soleii's Paramour."
Bruce Wood Dance Project | Dallas City Performance Hall | November 11-12 | photo: The Dancing Image
As an extension of the Nasher Prize, the Nasher Sculpture Center has put out a call for “for graduate papers addressing themes within the work of the 2017 Nasher Prize Laureate.”
"In this context, the striped, polka-dotted canvases in the CIA’s halls are more than just “zestful” decor — they indirectly symbolize the use of abstract art as Cold War propaganda."
Experience the final and second night of AURORA Prelude tonight! The Dallas Morning News
Live from AURORA Prelude!
Join Nasher Sculpture Center tonight for their final 'til Midnight of the season, featuring back-to-back concerts from Calliope Musicals and Wild Child.
Gavin Delahunty, senior curator of contemporary art, said, “One of the many things that excited me about Katherine, and what set her apart from other short-listed candidates, is how she has taken her strong foundation in Latin American art to expand her knowledge of art histories and practices from across the globe.” -Artforum
Fireworks kicking off AURORA Prelude tonight!
"The Bell UH-1 Iroquois, or “Huey," was a particularly pivotal model used in the war, and it has recently gained a newfound importance in artist Steve Maloney’s traveling art installation Take Me Home Huey."
AURORA Prelude | October 21-22
"Prelude is a great way to experience a more intimate version of AURORA's showcase of light, video, and sound installations" this Friday and Saturday.
This Sunday Angels of Dance 'Dancing for the Cure' benefits women who can't afford breast cancer treatment.
Check out National Endowment for the Arts' round-up of creative apps to keep your artistic juices flowing on the go.
Here's a sneak peek at the art of Prelude: A Preview of Aurora 2017! This FREE, two-night art event will transform the exterior spaces of the Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center and AT&T Performing Arts Center with ten major, immersive art installations.
RSVP here for this Friday & Saturday: https://goo.gl/4ld4nR
The Moorland Family YMCA in Dallas at 2700 Flora St. is in the now-thriving Arts District. The building served Dallas’ African-American community from its initial construction in 1930 as the city’s only black YMCA until 1970. It’s now the home of the internationally known Dallas Black Dance Theatre.
“None of us had anticipated that the particular election this exhibition coincides with would be so remarkable in the sweep of American history and would in so many ways substantiate some of the themes and ideas addressed.” -Nasher Sculpture Center Director | Jeremy Strick
Join Dallas VideoFest this Tuesday for its 29th season opening with an UnSilent screening of F.W. Murnau’s Academy Award-winning classic film, Sunrise (1927). You’ll enjoy watching this bewitching story of love and redemption from the late silent movie era, accompanied by Dallas Chamber Symphony on its 5th season premiere.
"Students and teachers like artists Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Piet Mondian, László Moholy-Nagy; architect Mies van der Rohe; and furniture designer Marcel Breuer all tried to out-do one another by designing uniquely fantastical creations."
Open call for DAD grants until October 31st!
"Through the granting process, the Dallas Arts District wants to bring in projects that are site-specific and innovative in their programming—this is where accessibility and social engagement is key (it’s your time to shine, social practice artists!)." -Glasstire
Celebrate the full autumn moon tonight with Crow Collection of Asian Art at Klyde Warren Park with an outdoor picnic, calligraphy, tea ceremony, ikebana demonstrations, and haiku poetry. Enjoy a variety of Japanese music and dance performances, along with sky-gazing and moon activities, and a rabbit petting zoo.