From cooking, to a Native American Powwow, to a craft sale there’s a lot going on in North Texas this weekend and it’s all for free!
Here’s a look at what’s going on this weekend for FREE!
Restaurateur Phil Romano and artist J.D. Miller opened the Samuel Lynne Galleries in 2008. The art that is on display is a new movement that Miller created, called Reflectionism.
Dallas Summer Musicals is kicking off its 73rd season, and they are expecting it to be their biggest season yet! All shows will be held at Music Hall at Fair Park.
After 11 years, the Dallas Museum of Art decided to make a change. The doors opened on Monday to much excitement, because art lovers could now get their fix for free.
The only daughter of longtime Fort Worth publisher and promoter Amon G. Carter and creator of a museum of American art dedicated in his name has died at age 89.
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas has always produced impressive graduates. But lately, academics has also been making for some really impressive kids.
Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum will host an exhibit of modern works from the Art Institute of Chicago next year.
One of Fort Worth’s coolest attractions is celebrating a major milestone. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth has now been attracting visitors for 10 years.
Michael Edwards refers to himself a Jekkie, a fan of the musical Jekyll and Hyde. But the moment you walk into his home in Lavon you realize he is much more than a fan.
For more than a decade, the public has paid between $5 and $10 to enjoy the exhibits at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) – but that will soon be changing.
The Dallas Chamber Symphony launched in September. The Symphony, led by Artistic Director and Conductor Richard McKay, is comprised of nearly 40 of the finest musicians in the Metroplex.