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Symposium Honoring David Dillon’s Life & Career to be Held at Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center

Symposium Honoring David Dillon's Life & Career to be Held at Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center

The inaugural David Dillon Symposium will take place April 26 and 27 at the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center and will honor Dillon's prolific career as an architectural critic. Through a keynote address and a daylong symposium, the changing role and venues for architectural criticism today will be explored. A wide […]

33rd Annual Lakewood Home Tour Festival (2009)

 33rd Annual Lakewood Home Tour Festival (2009)

This weekend take a tour of 6 unique homes in the historic Lakewood neighborhood.

The Festival started way back in 1976 by the Lakewood Early Childhood PTA. What started as a fundraiser to purchase playground equipment for kindergarten children, became a community-wide event benefiting Lakewood's Elementary, Middle and High School. The PTA group has raised more than $750,000 within the last 5 years.

Walking Tour of the Dallas Arts District

Walking Tour of the Dallas Arts District

Join the Dallas Arts District this Saturday, August 08, 2009 for a walking tour of the Dallas Arts District, the largest urban arts district in the United States. Listen to experienced docents share the area's history and architecture while strolling by the Crow Collection of Asian Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Meyerson Symphony Center, historic Belo Mansion and Cathedral Shrine of the Vrigin of Guadalupe. Get a close up view of the Winspear Opera House and Wyly Theatre under construction and set to open in fall 2009.

Historic Tour of Dallas on Saturday, April 18th

Historic Tour of Dallas on Saturday, April 18th

This will be a cool event to attend if you're a history buff or into photography. Guided tours never fail for learning random pieces of information and also for taking some cool pictures. Get on and off the tour bus with other Dallasites and learn about the great city we live in.

Preservation Texas Announced Heritage Park as one of Texas’ Most Endangered Places for 2009

Preservation Texas Announced Heritage Park as one of Texas' Most Endangered Places for 2009

In the middle of North Texas existed this beautiful space for people to relax in the shade and listen to the water from the fountains. The Park, situated on the bluffs and overlooking the Trinity River, has been closed off since April 2007 due to its lack of maintenance and safety concerns.

AIA Dallas Tour of Homes | November 8-9, 2008

AIA Dallas Tour of Homes | November 8-9, 2008

The Dallas Chapter of The American Institute of Architects will be presenting their 2nd annual Tour of Homes this Saturday and Sunday. There are nine single and multi-family modern residences being showcased this year; all homes having been designed by Texas architects. Tours are self-guided and open to the public. Tickets are $25/pp (+$3 processing […]