Art

Ogden Museum of Southern Art – A Must See in New Orleans

Ogden Museum of Southern Art - A Must See in New Orleans

Along with the endless choices of amazing food, live music venues, and eclectic street art, New Orleans is home to many renowned museums. Whether it be art, history, nature, and of course Mardi Gras, you can find a museum for just about any of your interests in New Orleans. The Ogden Museum of Southern Art […]

WRIGHT ART TWINS GALLERY – MORE THAN JUST ART

WRIGHT ART TWINS GALLERY - MORE THAN JUST ART

Located in the historic district of Exposition Park, the Wright Art Twins Gallery brings together up and coming Dallas artists to showcase their work and network with the local artist community. Being lifelong artists themselves, founders Princeton and Preston Wright understand the difficulties aspiring artists face in the Dallas art scene. Thus, their gallery provides […]

Scottsdale Art Walk – First Major Art Event Since the Pandemic

Scottsdale Art Walk - First Major Art Event Since the Pandemic

On Thursday, October 8th, we attended the first high-profile art event since the coronavirus pandemic hit in March. Old Town Scottsdale came alive for the 46th annual Gold Palette ArtWalk hosted by the Scottsdale Gallery Association. Established in 1975, this exhibition is the nation's oldest ArtWalk. Galleries on Main Street opened their doors and served […]

Cortina Jackson – Author of “On Earth As It Is In Hell” Talks About The Newly Released Audio Version of Her Groundbreaking Book

Cortina Jackson - Author of

Cortina Jackson is the author of "On Earth, As It is In Hell" and "The Sounds of Silence Are The Loudest". After our previous interview, ILiveInDallas.com caught up with Cortina to discuss her latest project of converting "On Earth…" into an audio book. DISCLAIMER: The following reflects the personal opinions and experiences of Cortina Jackson. […]

Rooftop Lounge of CANVAS Hotel Turns into an Art Gallery

Rooftop Lounge of CANVAS Hotel Turns into an Art Gallery

On September 24, we attended the launch of tri•chot•o•my at the rooftop of the CANVAS hotel featuring work by local DFW artists Ken Womack, Lauren Lewchuk and Jame. The event brought a full-house of Dallas socialites with lounge music by DJ McKnight. Be sure to visit the beautiful skyline lounge by October 31st to view […]

Museum of Geometric Art – Hip Squares Exhibition

Museum of Geometric Art - Hip Squares Exhibition

The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Dallas opened in 2003 when Bill and Dorothy Masterson, lifelong supporters of the arts, were introduced to the innovative MADI art movement. It is the first museum with a concentration on MADI art, an art movement founded in Buenos Aires focusing on non-representational geometric abstraction and encompassing […]

Chocolate and Art Show Dallas

Chocolate and Art Show Dallas

The Chocolate and Art show continues their mission of bringing emerging artists to organically engage with the community in showcasing their raw talents. The concept of checking out up-and-coming artists, live DJs, body painting, and local food vendors all while indulging in a giant chocolate fountain has proven successful in many cities for a number […]

Rainbow Vomit is Taking Art to Halloween

Rainbow Vomit is Taking Art to Halloween

Join Rainbow Vomit for a special Halloween edition of “Night Mode” that will let visitors see the exhibit in a new light. Don your costumes, bring your camera, and join them for this unique experience on Halloween weekend!

8 Great Family Friendly Things To Do In Dallas This October

8 Great Family Friendly Things To Do In Dallas This October

Go See a Sandlot Game with Jack White 12-time GRAMMY® Award-winner Jack White is one of the owners of Warstic, a Dallas based company manufacturing baseball gear. That makes it seem a little less random when I say, Jack White will be playing in a fairly star-studded sandlot baseball game in Dallas this month. The […]

“Historical Parks of Israel” Now Showing At The Dallas Museum of Biblical Art

“Historical Parks of Israel” Now Showing At The Dallas Museum of Biblical Art

Last weekend at the Dallas Museum of Biblical Art, a new photo exhibition was unveiled with much fanfare. The "Historical Parks of Israel" by photographer David Salomon was commissioned last year by the museum, and now over 30 photographs of the historical sites line the walls. At the opening, around 120 people filled the beautiful […]