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Saturday March 28, 2020 to Wednesday April 1, 2020

Saturday March 28, 2020 10 Events

Spring Photos with Live Bunnies

Date: Event occurs every Saturday of every month.
Time: 12:00 am
Location: Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm
Address: 970 Garden Park Dr Allen, TX 75013
Category: Arts / Exhibits
What could be more charming! Visit these adorable bunnies for a memorable spring photo from Silver Star Pictures. Walk-ins welcome when schedule allows, or schedule your photo online.
Weekends, March 14-April 11

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Liberty and Laughter: The Lighter Side of the White House

Date: Thursday March 5, 2020 through Sunday October 4, 2020.
Time: 12:00 am
Location: George W. Bush Presidential Center
Address: 2943 SMU Boulevard
Category: Arts / Exhibits
From March 5 to October 4, 2020, the George W. Bush Presidential Center's special exhibit glimpses behind-the-scenes into the lighter side of life in the White House. Entertaining first family anecdotes, interactive multimedia, and amusing artifacts unveil presidential pranks, inside jokes, and more. Revealing how humor has evolved from our Founding Fathers to the present day makes one thing readily apparent: laughter remains vital to a thriving democracy.

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Festival of Joy

Date: Saturday March 28, 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Location: Klyde Warren Park
Address: 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Kalachandjis, Sewell Lexus and American Airlines present the 3rd annual Festival of Joy with a Parade, Music, Dance, Free Food and a Splash of Spiritual Culture at Klyde Warren Park on Saturday, March 28th 2020. The Festival of Joy will begin at 11 am with a ceremonial welcome and continue with a euphoric parade through the Arts District and return to Klyde Warren Park for festivities that will continue until 6 pm.
The Festival of Joy has become a Dallas tradition marking the start of Spring and symbolizing the renewal of life. It draws thousands of families, young adults and dignitaries, who all experience the colors, food, music and interactive cultural exhibits, as well as the infectious joy as they sing, dance and immerse in an exotic cultural experience. The festival is non-sectarian, open to the public and free for everyone.

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Spring Gallery Walk 2020

Date: Saturday March 28, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Dallas Art Dealers Association
Address: Multiple Locations
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
To kick off the spring gallery season, participating galleries will be open Saturday, March 28th, from noon to 8pm, allowing time for you to visit multiple locations.

Art enthusiasts, private and corporate collectors, artists, designers, and visitors to Dallas will enjoy a full spectrum of gallery openings and special exhibitions.

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Crawfish Festival at The Sound

Date: Saturday March 28, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: The Sound at Cypress Waters
Address: 3111 Olympus Blvd. Dallas, TX 75019
Price: $7-$15
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Aw, snap it's Crawfish season! Join us for the inaugural Crawfish Festival at The Sound! Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty with a Cajun-style crawfish boil featuring live classic rock music from Ashmore, kids activities and all the mudbugs you can imagine.

It's all about the Crawfish! Specially sourced from the Bayou, Flying Fish serves up freshly boiled crawfish with a cajun spice you can't resist. No crawfish boil is complete without potatoes and corn piled high with every serving. Make patio plans to visit Flying Fish at The Sound for fresh crawfish, catfish, shrimp, oysters and more. Check out their menu!

Live Music! Ashmore is a rock and roll powerhouse... a throwback to the British and Southern rock roots that once made Rock 'n Roll great. With their soaring melodies and thundering guitar riffs, Ashmore live shows lead concertgoers on a journey through the classic rock hits that have spun up turntables across the world for decades. Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and so much more... this is the music we were raised on! Follow @ashmorerocks to learn more about the band!

Kids Activities! Bounce house, balloon twister, face painting and more will be onsite for the kids to enjoy. Your kids don't eat crawfish? No problem! We offer Kid's Chicken Tenders and Fries basket for purchase. Look for the Kid's Ticket add-on when ordering an Adult Crawfish ticket.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

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Samuel Lynne Galleries Presents Brandon Boyd: Impossible Knots

Date: Saturday March 28, 2020
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Samuel Lynne Galleries
Address: 1105 Dragon St. Dallas, TX 75207
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
2020 – Samuel Lynne Galleries is pleased to
announce Brandon Boyd’s return to Dallas for the opening reception of his
new exhibition Impossible Knots on Saturday, March 28th, from 5-8pm. The artist will be in
attendance at the opening reception, and the exhibition will be on view through May
11, 2020. A Los Angeles, CA native, Boyd is famously recognized as the vocalist and
frontman of Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum selling rock band, Incubus, but it is not what
solely defines him. Boyd has been creating visual art since he was a child, often drawing and
painting intersecting lines and colliding topographies. This new body of work focuses on Boyd’s
happily obsessive and continuous exploration of the nature of lines and what
these miniature highways mean to him.

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Transmutations

Date: Saturday March 28, 2020
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Galleri Urbane
Address: 2277 Monitor st Dallas, TX 75207 United States
Price: free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Returning for her first solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane since 2017, Jessica Drenk presents a highly- anticipated range of sculptural artworks in Transmutations. The exhibition is the gallerys largest solo show of the year, situated across both of its front exhibition spaces. Known and sought after for her compelling transformations that make use of common materials like books, pencils, and PVC pipes, Drenks newest body of work continues to push the boundaries of her creative practice. The artist utilizes a number of new methods and materials that are being exhibited for the first time, furthering her fascinating capability of blurring the boundary between the man-made and the natural.
Drenks practice is a dedicated investigation into materials. Employing a process-based approach, the artist sets out to cultivate the hidden potential within numerous commonplace, often-overlooked objects. If it can be torn, cut, hardened, or softened, these are processes I will try, writes Drenk. The result of these processes is a range of complex objects that harken to formations found in nature. Appropriately, many of the newly developed series have unfolded from increased anxieties concerning humanitys impact on the environment. Drenks Aggregate and Striae series, on view for the first time in Dallas, are respectively constructed from accumulated junk mail and plastic trash bags. Stacked, compressed, and carved, the materials take on the layered appearance of tectonic formations, contrasting our momentary interaction with them to the geologic time scale of rocks and earth.
Drenks long-standing use of books as a raw material continues in Transmutations, revisiting select previous series and introducing new ones. On view is the largest Cerebral Mapping work yet to be displayed at Galleri Urbane, constructed from a weaving network of book spines, while a denser, more compacted version is introduced in the Compression series. New materials to the artists oeuvre are also found in the exhibition. Scrap pieces of plywood are altered through intricate relief cuts in the Countour series of works and Q-tips coated in plaster branch out in crystal-like formations found in the floor installation Dendrite. With Drenks varied approach to reimagining these materials comes a range of skillfully constructed forms.
Transmutations presents a body of work that is unquestionably attributed to Jessica Drenks well- established method of working. The exhibition, however, demonstrates the artists ability to expand on these techniques and ideas in an innovative manner that continues to surprise her audience.

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Gallery Show: A Narrative, Rewritten

Date: Saturday February 1, 2020 through Sunday March 29, 2020.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Umbrella Gallery
Address: 2803 Taylor St. Dallas, Tx 75226
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
A new solo exhibition show from artist Hannah Aaron.

Statement from the artist:
Blessed be the LORD, my rock, who trains my hands for war, and my fingers for battle; Psalm 144:1

My work is about reclaiming my feminine identity which had been previously shaped by societal pressures and experiences from childhood. I danced for nine years in ballet classes, which now serves as the source imagery for my oil paintings. As a young girl, I struggled with feeling good enough. The treatment of the slippers in my paintings are evocative of the obsessive perfectionism, crippling anxiety, and overwhelming pressure I felt in my youth. My affiliation between perfection, performance and intrinsic value followed me into adulthood, clouding my perspective of femininity. Describing boxing gloves serve as a counter perspective, sourced from Biblical scriptures. In a way, painting them serve as a form of therapy, prayer, and declaration of self-worth to my present reality. For me, the fight is not a physical one, but a spiritual and mental one. My fight looks rewriting the narrative of my past and agreeing with Gods thought towards me, which is this: I am valuable. And that will never change. Painting from life is important to me. When I paint from a still life arrangement or a figure model, my interaction with the object or person keeps my thoughts in the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past. The application of my paintings include areas of refinement, nuances in cast shadows and reflected light, as well as expressive line work, dry brush and thick impasto.

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Allyson Packer: Sounding

Date: Friday February 7, 2020 through Sunday March 29, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Hawn Gallery at the Hamon Arts Library, Southern Methodist University
Address: 6100 Hillcrest Ave, Dallas, TX 75275
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
There are three ways to measure a body of water: by surface area, volume, or depth. Sounding is the term used to describe this last method. Unlike assessing a visible surface area, sounding is an act of remote sensing. It allows you to gather information on something you cant make physical contact with. The contents in a library are like a body of water. It holds a volume of material within a clearly defined space, while also possessing a kind of impalpable depth.

In Sounding, Packer uses text and sculptural interventions to explore the relationship between the librarys known and unknowable qualities. Through this artwork, the Hawn Gallery and Hamon Arts Librarys tangible architectural spaces become a framework to plumb the immeasurable depths of knowledge the building contains.

Allyson Packer makes artwork that engages viewers in examining the myths and values embedded in the built environment. Her installations and performances have been shown at Nahmad Projects (London), Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago), and Birds + Richard (Berlin), among other venues. Her upcoming solo exhibition, Inland Sea, will open at the Las
Cruces Art Museums Brannigan Cultural Center in July 2020. Packer earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her BFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She lives in Denton, Texas, where she is a faculty member in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas.

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ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas

Date: Thursday February 13, 2020 through Sunday April 5, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Gallery Rooftop Lounge at CANVAS Hotel Dallas
Address: 1325 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Celebrating local artists, ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas is an all new exhibition featuring fresh talent and their work. Starting Feb. 13th through April 5th guests can enjoy the free exhibit and experience the creativity of Dallas-based artists, allo, Christopher Bingham, Steph Renea and Alec DeJesus at Gallery Rooftop Lounge. In partnership with SEMOSMAULDIN and FGIII Fine Art Productions, ARTCRUSH is the first of four group exhibitions planned at CANVAS Hotel Dallas in 2020.

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Sunday March 29, 2020 4 Events

Liberty and Laughter: The Lighter Side of the White House

Date: Thursday March 5, 2020 through Sunday October 4, 2020.
Time: 12:00 am
Location: George W. Bush Presidential Center
Address: 2943 SMU Boulevard
Category: Arts / Exhibits
From March 5 to October 4, 2020, the George W. Bush Presidential Center's special exhibit glimpses behind-the-scenes into the lighter side of life in the White House. Entertaining first family anecdotes, interactive multimedia, and amusing artifacts unveil presidential pranks, inside jokes, and more. Revealing how humor has evolved from our Founding Fathers to the present day makes one thing readily apparent: laughter remains vital to a thriving democracy.

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Gallery Show: A Narrative, Rewritten

Date: Saturday February 1, 2020 through Sunday March 29, 2020.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Umbrella Gallery
Address: 2803 Taylor St. Dallas, Tx 75226
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
A new solo exhibition show from artist Hannah Aaron.

Statement from the artist:
Blessed be the LORD, my rock, who trains my hands for war, and my fingers for battle; Psalm 144:1

My work is about reclaiming my feminine identity which had been previously shaped by societal pressures and experiences from childhood. I danced for nine years in ballet classes, which now serves as the source imagery for my oil paintings. As a young girl, I struggled with feeling good enough. The treatment of the slippers in my paintings are evocative of the obsessive perfectionism, crippling anxiety, and overwhelming pressure I felt in my youth. My affiliation between perfection, performance and intrinsic value followed me into adulthood, clouding my perspective of femininity. Describing boxing gloves serve as a counter perspective, sourced from Biblical scriptures. In a way, painting them serve as a form of therapy, prayer, and declaration of self-worth to my present reality. For me, the fight is not a physical one, but a spiritual and mental one. My fight looks rewriting the narrative of my past and agreeing with Gods thought towards me, which is this: I am valuable. And that will never change. Painting from life is important to me. When I paint from a still life arrangement or a figure model, my interaction with the object or person keeps my thoughts in the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past. The application of my paintings include areas of refinement, nuances in cast shadows and reflected light, as well as expressive line work, dry brush and thick impasto.

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Allyson Packer: Sounding

Date: Friday February 7, 2020 through Sunday March 29, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: The Hawn Gallery at the Hamon Arts Library, Southern Methodist University
Address: 6100 Hillcrest Ave, Dallas, TX 75275
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
There are three ways to measure a body of water: by surface area, volume, or depth. Sounding is the term used to describe this last method. Unlike assessing a visible surface area, sounding is an act of remote sensing. It allows you to gather information on something you cant make physical contact with. The contents in a library are like a body of water. It holds a volume of material within a clearly defined space, while also possessing a kind of impalpable depth.

In Sounding, Packer uses text and sculptural interventions to explore the relationship between the librarys known and unknowable qualities. Through this artwork, the Hawn Gallery and Hamon Arts Librarys tangible architectural spaces become a framework to plumb the immeasurable depths of knowledge the building contains.

Allyson Packer makes artwork that engages viewers in examining the myths and values embedded in the built environment. Her installations and performances have been shown at Nahmad Projects (London), Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago), and Birds + Richard (Berlin), among other venues. Her upcoming solo exhibition, Inland Sea, will open at the Las
Cruces Art Museums Brannigan Cultural Center in July 2020. Packer earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her BFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She lives in Denton, Texas, where she is a faculty member in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas.

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ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas

Date: Thursday February 13, 2020 through Sunday April 5, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Gallery Rooftop Lounge at CANVAS Hotel Dallas
Address: 1325 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Celebrating local artists, ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas is an all new exhibition featuring fresh talent and their work. Starting Feb. 13th through April 5th guests can enjoy the free exhibit and experience the creativity of Dallas-based artists, allo, Christopher Bingham, Steph Renea and Alec DeJesus at Gallery Rooftop Lounge. In partnership with SEMOSMAULDIN and FGIII Fine Art Productions, ARTCRUSH is the first of four group exhibitions planned at CANVAS Hotel Dallas in 2020.

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Monday March 30, 2020 2 Events

Liberty and Laughter: The Lighter Side of the White House

Date: Thursday March 5, 2020 through Sunday October 4, 2020.
Time: 12:00 am
Location: George W. Bush Presidential Center
Address: 2943 SMU Boulevard
Category: Arts / Exhibits
From March 5 to October 4, 2020, the George W. Bush Presidential Center's special exhibit glimpses behind-the-scenes into the lighter side of life in the White House. Entertaining first family anecdotes, interactive multimedia, and amusing artifacts unveil presidential pranks, inside jokes, and more. Revealing how humor has evolved from our Founding Fathers to the present day makes one thing readily apparent: laughter remains vital to a thriving democracy.

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ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas

Date: Thursday February 13, 2020 through Sunday April 5, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Gallery Rooftop Lounge at CANVAS Hotel Dallas
Address: 1325 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Celebrating local artists, ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas is an all new exhibition featuring fresh talent and their work. Starting Feb. 13th through April 5th guests can enjoy the free exhibit and experience the creativity of Dallas-based artists, allo, Christopher Bingham, Steph Renea and Alec DeJesus at Gallery Rooftop Lounge. In partnership with SEMOSMAULDIN and FGIII Fine Art Productions, ARTCRUSH is the first of four group exhibitions planned at CANVAS Hotel Dallas in 2020.

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Tuesday March 31, 2020 3 Events

Liberty and Laughter: The Lighter Side of the White House

Date: Thursday March 5, 2020 through Sunday October 4, 2020.
Time: 12:00 am
Location: George W. Bush Presidential Center
Address: 2943 SMU Boulevard
Category: Arts / Exhibits
From March 5 to October 4, 2020, the George W. Bush Presidential Center's special exhibit glimpses behind-the-scenes into the lighter side of life in the White House. Entertaining first family anecdotes, interactive multimedia, and amusing artifacts unveil presidential pranks, inside jokes, and more. Revealing how humor has evolved from our Founding Fathers to the present day makes one thing readily apparent: laughter remains vital to a thriving democracy.

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Oak Lawn Neighborhood Happy Hour

Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Address: 3190 Welborn Street, Dallas TX 75219
Price: Varies
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Join Steel Restaurant and Lounge every Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. for their Oak Lawn Neighborhood Happy Hour featuring $3 off all cocktails, $5 shared plates and special prices on Steel Signature maki rolls.

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ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas

Date: Thursday February 13, 2020 through Sunday April 5, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Gallery Rooftop Lounge at CANVAS Hotel Dallas
Address: 1325 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Celebrating local artists, ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas is an all new exhibition featuring fresh talent and their work. Starting Feb. 13th through April 5th guests can enjoy the free exhibit and experience the creativity of Dallas-based artists, allo, Christopher Bingham, Steph Renea and Alec DeJesus at Gallery Rooftop Lounge. In partnership with SEMOSMAULDIN and FGIII Fine Art Productions, ARTCRUSH is the first of four group exhibitions planned at CANVAS Hotel Dallas in 2020.

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Wednesday April 01, 2020 3 Events

Liberty and Laughter: The Lighter Side of the White House

Date: Thursday March 5, 2020 through Sunday October 4, 2020.
Time: 12:00 am
Location: George W. Bush Presidential Center
Address: 2943 SMU Boulevard
Category: Arts / Exhibits
From March 5 to October 4, 2020, the George W. Bush Presidential Center's special exhibit glimpses behind-the-scenes into the lighter side of life in the White House. Entertaining first family anecdotes, interactive multimedia, and amusing artifacts unveil presidential pranks, inside jokes, and more. Revealing how humor has evolved from our Founding Fathers to the present day makes one thing readily apparent: laughter remains vital to a thriving democracy.

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Thrift Studios Opening Night Preview Party

Date: Wednesday April 1, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: International on Turtle Creek Design Center
Address: 150 Turtle Creek Blvd
Price: $125 for general admission ticket. $175 for VIP ticket.
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Dwell with Dignity is kicking off their luxury home furnishings pop-up shop, Thrift Studio, with an Opening Night Preview Party hosted by acclaimed interior design expert and 2020 Thrift Studio Honorary Chair Shay Geyer of IBB Design. Enjoy cocktails and hors doeuvres as you get the first chance to shop through the wonderland of luxury home furnishing and art before opening to the public.

2020 Art Chairs: ALG Collective (Anna Curnes, Melissa Ellis, Annie Griffeth, and Christi Meril)

2020 Thrift Studio Design Team: Cathy Kincaid Interiors, Leslie Jenkins Interiors, Madre Dallas, M Wilcox, Morgan Farrow Interiors, Pickering House Interiors, Twelve Twenty Dallas, Lindley Arthur Interiors.

Thrift Studio is a 30-day pop-up shop of luxury home furnishings and original artwork that are impeccably displayed in vignettes created by prestigious local interior designers. All items will be available to purchase at dramatic discounts with 100 percent of proceeds benefiting Dwell with Dignitys mission to help families escape poverty and homelessness through design; one household at a time.

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ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas

Date: Thursday February 13, 2020 through Sunday April 5, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Gallery Rooftop Lounge at CANVAS Hotel Dallas
Address: 1325 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Celebrating local artists, ARTCRUSH at CANVAS Hotel Dallas is an all new exhibition featuring fresh talent and their work. Starting Feb. 13th through April 5th guests can enjoy the free exhibit and experience the creativity of Dallas-based artists, allo, Christopher Bingham, Steph Renea and Alec DeJesus at Gallery Rooftop Lounge. In partnership with SEMOSMAULDIN and FGIII Fine Art Productions, ARTCRUSH is the first of four group exhibitions planned at CANVAS Hotel Dallas in 2020.

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