The Dallas Museum of Art is organizing the first-ever museum retrospective for Octavio Medellín (1907-1999), an influential Mexican American artist and teacher whose work helped shape the Texas art scene for six decades.
(Read time: 4.7 minutes)
Oh, it’s a hot one, but Preservation Dallas is still offering up its 2021 season of its popular series of educational lectures, Summer Sizzlers.
(Read time: 6.8 minutes)
Texas Ballet Theater announced Neiman Marcus as the presenting sponsor for its annual holiday fashion show fundraisers, Tutu Chic and the Caren Koslow Fashion Show and Luncheon.
(Read time: 2.1 minutes)
The Dallas Museum of Art announced that they will host a major exhibition — ‘Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search of Modernity’ — in 2022.
(Read time: 2.4 minutes)
This August, the Galleria will partner with the Dallas Museum of Art to offer a sneak peek of what has been called “the year’s blockbuster attraction.”
(Read time: 4.2 minutes)
Plan ahead for these upcoming holidays with Sarah Brightman: A Christmas Symphony. The Grammy Award-nominated soprano will include Dallas in her slate of holiday-themed performances.Read more
The African American Museum is back with new exhibitions this summer.Read more
Swing into summer on the life-sized popsicle swing pop-up at the Shops at Park Lane.Read more
The African American Museum, Dallas will host the Smithsonian Institution’s stunning traveling exhibition, Men of Change: Power. Triumph. Truth. through Sept. 12.Read more
The Dallas Museum of Art announced the acquisition of Sam F (1985) by Jean-Michel Basquiat, the first work by the iconic American artist to enter the museum’s collection.Read more
Thanks to a city effort, finding art doesn’t have to mean a trip to the Arts District downtown — it can be as simple as looking around your neighborhood.Read more