Each week Erica, our crave Arts Editor, scours the streets for the best showings and exhibits in Dallas and Fort Worth. To be included in her weekly list send Erica a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading
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On Saturday, May 18 from 4pm to 10pm, the Magnolia Strip in Fort Worth will once again transform into a walk of art. This time around 90 businesses are participating in ArtsGoggle. You will see people on the streets and walking in and out of places such as jewelry shops, non-profit centers, SiNaCa (coolest glass blowing show and shop) and hair salons. But why? Because the art is inside… and so are the snacks!
Some will hand you information on the business itself, others will ask if you want a roadie out of the keg. Just go with the element of surprise. Cruise in and out of each place. Carry a cold beverage and soak up visual art as well as live music, pleasing all your senses at once. Continue reading
Education is a common thing that parents encourage in their children. Whether you are talking about grades, attendance, or college, this subject is an important aspect in a child’s future. Although it may be a hard process for some children to engage with, special education programs may be the twist to what gets your child to interact in school activities. Dallas Contemporary Museum is a non-profit organization which is striving to get the public more involved with ART. By hosting a number of programs, geared towards education, this museum is creating attention grabbing responses by students. Currently hosting six different programs ( “Taking It to the Streets”, “Art Think”, “Chit-Chat”, “DCU”, Espace, and Renaissance Program) this space is changing how Museum’s educate their youth. Continue reading
A new feature that will be regularly produced by Erica Guajardo, our new arts editor, will list out gallery openings and shows for the DFW area each week. If you have something you wish to add to her listing, feel free to drop her a note at email@example.com and she will include your event. Continue reading