Celebrate Earth Day 2011 by joining the Earth Day Dallas festival featuring two days of exhibits, a speaker series, short films, music, entertainment, food and fun for everyone. It’s an exciting time for North Texans to come together to discover how we can all make a positive impact on our community and grow a greener Dallas together.
In celebration of Earth Day, Slow Money DFW (part of the national Slow Money Alliance), will host its first 20 X 20 Green Business Forum this Wednesday, April 20, from 7 p.m to 8:30 p.m., at SMU's Cox School of Business, Maguire 251.
Nouveau 47 is hosting one of the craziest tea parties you will ever attend, with their re-imagining of Lewis Carroll’s classic story and poems.
This Saturday, April 16th, independently owned record stores both locally and nationally will collaborate with artists to celebrate music. See where Sarah Jaffe, Diamond Age and DJ Sober will be for free!
If a Tree Falls: The Story of the Earth Liberation Front is insightful, disturbing, and even frightening. It also gives a look into the justice system and how new forms of terrorism create a need for an adjusted and augmented penal code. The final screening of this film will be at the Angelika in Plano at 4pm today and is not one to be missed.
The annual Spring Gallery Walk is Saturday, April 16 from 2-8 p.m. and will feature over 35 of DADA’s member galleries, museums, and nonprofit art spaces in areas like the Dallas Design District, Uptown, Oak Cliff and Deep Ellum.
The Walk the Light Arts Festival is only a day away and Founder, Laura Allen, was gracious enough to take the time to answer a few questions about the festival and organization for ILiveinDallas.com. For those interested in attending the arts festival on Saturday at Life in Deep Ellum, I've posted the information for you at the bottom of the interview.
The events of March 11th were and continue to be heartbreaking, but through this we have been reminded that we are all connected on this planet and we have been given a gift…the opportunity to reach out to the beautiful people (our brothers and sisters) of Japan and help them heal. This Saturday, April 9th, 2011 from 7pm-12am YOU have a wonderful opportunity to get involved and join in the beautiful patchwork of humanity event called “Flood of Emotion-Artists Healing JAPAN Fundraiser.”
Gun Hill Road provides riveting and raw insight into the familial dynamic of an ex-con father, loving mother, and a son named Michael but lives as Vanessa. This one is definitely worth checking out.
DIFF on a Dime: A frugal approach to navigating the 2011 Dallas International Film Festival. Learn which screens and galas are under $100, under $50 and even free in this exclusive guide.