DFW ArtsThe Dallas Arts District is home to the city’s leading visual and performing arts institutions, whose range and depth make Dallas a destination for the arts that is unique in our country.
Estimated 50,000 Attended "Aurora" Art ExhibitionThe 68-acre art exhibition took over the Dallas Arts District Friday night.
Aurora Offers Feast For The SensesAurora in the Dallas Arts District is an event billed as "a celebration of light, video and sound."
CBS11 Special: "Aurora: A Celebration of Light, Video and Sound" CBS 11 presents a special preview of "Aurora: The Art of Light, Video and Sound."
Welcome To Texas: The Crow CollectionYou can immerse yourself in Asian culture and never even leave downtown Dallas, or pay a dime, since The Crow Collection of Asian Art is free and open to the public.
Matilda The Musical Coming To Winspear Opera HouseTickets go on sale Monday, July 13 at 10:00am for the Dallas premiere Wednesday, September 23 – Sunday, October 4, 2015.
U.S. Mayors Gather In Dallas For ConferenceMore than 200 mayors from cities across the country are waking up in Dallas on Friday for a four-day conference, where they will discuss a variety of urban planning issues.
Best Local Trivia About DFWTrivia that satisfies the eyes, the intellect, the heart and the palate abound. Take a break to learn a few fun facts about DFW, including things that locals may not even know.
DFW Art Enthusiasts To Follow On TwitterThe art scene has never been hotter, with new artists emerging and galleries opening constantly. If you are an art lover, then you will want to follow these Twitter accounts.
Companies Are Expanding In DFW Making The Area Rich With Job GrowthChances for employment have increased because many companies have relocated to North Texas and current companies are expanding.
Free Friday: 7.19.2013It’s the third Friday of the month and that means the Dallas Arts District is alive with music, movies and fun. All for free!
Money Issues Between Dallas Arts District, Klyde Warren Park ResolvedThe park and the Arts District have agreed on a partnership and a way to split revenue from a new property tax for a Public Improvement District, or PID. Park users think it's necessary to retain the park's attractiveness.