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Introducing DalPass
The annual Dallas Art Fair is the place to see and be seen every April. For those art enthusiasts who want to make sure they're present at all the ...
Eyes on the ArtPrize
Dallas artists both established and aspiring have a reason for good cheer this holiday season. The international art competition ArtPrize just announced a Big D expansion in 2016, with up ...
Make Art with Purpose
The purpose of billboards usually is to sell a product of some kind, but artist Janeil Englestad of Make Art with Purpose has subverted that idea with a series of ...
Con Artists
Dallasites bundled up and braved the cold and drizzle Saturday night for Art Con X, which took over the warehouse at 500 Singleton Blvd. near Trinity Groves. The 10th iteration ...
Your Show of Shows
There is art aplenty to brighten this gloomy November, from Miami to the United Arab Emirates to right in our own backyard. View an up-and-coming painter’s vivid canvases, glimpse ...
Let There Be Light
On November 25, NorthPark Center will add another feather to its public art cap with Scattered Light, an installation of 1,500 suspended LED bulbs from pioneering new media artist ...
The Long Con
It’s hard to measure the impact an 18-x-18-inch piece of plywood can have. From this relatively humble bit of material has come thousands of works of original art; $250 ...
Actor Spotlight
Michael Federico has spent his years in Dallas making a name for himself not only onstage, but also off. A company member at Kitchen Dog Theater, Federico also wrote the ...
A Tale of Two Cities
As the co-founder of the 5-year-old site-specific Aurora, Joshua King has helped to elevate Dallas’ reputation as a world-class art city. He brings that same sense of ambition to his ...
Hauntingly Good Decor
Dallas-based costume designer Rob Bradford may be known for the glittery concoctions that light up charity events such as DIFFA, but it’s his gothically cool home that really steals ...
Always a Classic
Some theater productions require myriad bells and whistles to be successful, but some need only simple stage decorations and a few great actors to achieve greatness. Dallas Theater Center’s ...
Texas Book Festival Guide
This weekend, more than 280 authors are descending on Austin for the biggest Texas Book Festival ever. These literary giants are here to impart their wisdom and general literary coolness ...
Fall Reading List
Even though it’s already time for midterms, it never quite feels like back-to-school season until the cooler weather arrives, which, fingers crossed, is happening right about now. To properly ...
Your Show of Shows
Is livening your living room or expanding your consciousness on October’s to-do list? We have must-see shows that will make you pause and make you think. This month, discover ...
Go Goss-Michael
A treasured Dallas institution can add another feather to its artful cap: Goss-Michael Foundation has been named one of the top 10 private contemporary art museums by Artnet News. The ...
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