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Arts Calendar: May 2-4

crayonby Erica Guajardo

Each week Erica scours the Dallas art scene for the best openings and events. If you would like your event listed send her a note at erica@cravedfw.comContinue reading

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Dallas Contemporary Gets A Fresh Coat With New Exhibition

IMG_0202[1]by Erica Guajardo

Friday, April 12th, will mark the date where bright colors of fashion, graffiti, and fine art will merge into one space.  Dallas Contemporary Museum will be hosting their opening exhibition which features Walter Van Beirendonck, John Pomara, Soner, and Josephine Durkin; a true treat for those who love energetic hues of color.

Walter Van Beirendonck is a fashion icon who creates avant-garde men’s trends that stimulates the viewer’s imagination on what his inspiration of the collection could be; pushing boundaries with his nontraditional materials, typography, and textures.  This exhibition celebrates his creations of the couture collection which is inspired from pop music, comics, science fiction, and cultural trends.  As well as reminding individuals of why he is branded the nickname of “Cultural Ambassador of Flanders.”      
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Experience Art Through Internship

artthinkby Erica Guajardo

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

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