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Here is a Little Eye Candy From This Past Weekend’s Dallas Art Fair 2014

Here is a Little Eye Candy From This Past Weekend's Dallas Art Fair 2014

For art connoisseurs near and far, The Dallas Art Fair held at Fashion Industry Gallery this past weekend was the place to be. More than ninety galleries descended on Dallas to show paintings, sculptures and other artworks.

Dallas Art Fair 2014 Kicks Off This Week

Dallas Art Fair 2014 Kicks Off This Week

Located at the Fashion Industry Gallery – adjacent to the Dallas Museum of Art in the revitalized downtown Arts District – the 2014 Dallas Art Fair is set to feature over 90 prominent national and international art dealers and galleries exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, video, and installation by modern and contemporary artists.

Explore the Art of Tantric Buddhism at the Crow Collection

Explore the Art of Tantric Buddhism at the Crow Collection

The Crow Collection of Asian Art opened its new show, Noble Change: Tantric Art of the High Himalaya last weekend. The exhibit contains eleven gorgeous copper Buddhist sculptures and offers visitors a glimpse into the culture of Buddhism.

Dallas Theater Center and AT&T Performing Arts Kick Off the Season with Classics

Dallas Theater Center and AT&T Performing Arts Kick Off the Season with Classics

Over the next few weeks, two world-class and very different performances will be on stage right across the street from each other in Dallas' beautiful Arts District.

Earth Day 2011 Two Day Festival in the Dallas Arts District

Earth Day 2011 Two Day Festival in the Dallas Arts District

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.

2011 Global Outreach Forum Featuring Women for Women International Founder, Zainab Salbi

2011 Global Outreach Forum Featuring Women for Women International Founder, Zainab Salbi

The Austin College Global Outreach Forum presents Zainab Salbi, Women for Women International founder and president, and recipient of the 2011 Posey Leadership Award given annually by the College. At the event, Salbi will present a lecture on her international humanitarian work.

Dallas Museum, Theater Present Reading of Noh Plays

The Dallas Museum of Art and Undermain Theatre have renewed their partnership this year with the series, Undermain reads at the Dallas Museum of Art. Saturday at 3 p.m. Two Noh Plays will be presented, directed by Executive Producer Bruce DuBose.

20 Truly Local Dallas Favorites

20 Truly Local Dallas Favorites

In an effort to sing the praises of the wonderful, local things that Dallas has to offer, I’ve put together a list of 20 of my truly local Dallas favorites. Each is unique to Dallas. No big box stores or chains here. Read on to the find the best place in Dallas to get truffle cheese, make your own dress, and get the best espresso.

Satellite Art Fair This Weekend: Art in the District

Satellite Art Fair This Weekend: Art in the District

The 1st Annual Dallas Art In The District Art Fair features an array of contemporary emerging art galleries and artists. Art In The District provides participating galleries with a platform to present new works to a strong and growing audience. Art In The District is for everyone from the first-time buyer to the art savvy collector.

Ross Akard Gallery Opening Reception

Ross Akard Gallery Opening Reception

Don't miss the Ross Akard Gallery's grand opening reception on Thursday, January 21st.

The Ross Akard Gallery is located in the historic Fairmont Hotel and is the first art gallery to open in the Dallas Arts District in over 30 years. Featured artists include Michael Ledoux, Larry Whitely, Ricardo Paniagua, Julie Lazarus, Michael Osbladeston, Daniel Blagg, and Amy Cannady.