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Sep 17 - Jan 02

Special Exhibition: The Book Smugglers

The Book Smugglers is the nearly unbelievable true story of ghetto residents who rescued thousands of rare books and manuscripts by hiding them on their persons, burying them in bunkers, and...

Daily through Jan 2

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Sep 17 - Nov 28

Van Gogh Exhibit Dallas: The Immersive Experience

"From creators of the blockbuster exhibit seen by over 2 million visitors in Paris and after a sold-out run in Toronto, the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit makes its mark at a historic Venue in the...

Every Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun through Nov 28
Daily through Oct 5

Lighthouse Dallas

Sep 17 - Nov 16

Nuestro Oak Cliff

In partnership with the Latino Cultural Center, the Dallas Mexican American Historical League presents the photography exhibit Nuestro Oak Cliff,  illustrating the neighborhood's transition...

Every Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat through Oct 16

Latino Cultural Center

Sep 17 - Sep 26

Nasher Mixtape

Nasher Mixtape offers a compilation of "tracks," micro-exhibitions focused on the Nasher's permanent collection installed throughout the museum. Nasher Mixtape takes its title from a practice,...

Daily through Sep 26

Nasher Sculpture Center

Sep 17 - Oct 16

Romeo & Juliet

Shakespeare's beloved tragedy played out through 80's teenage angst and rebellion. Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare early in his career about two young star-crossed...

Every Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun through Oct 16

Samuell-Grand AmphiTheatre

Sep 17 - Sep 18


In timely fashion, we start our season walking through the Looking Glass. MOMIX, celebrating their 40th Anniversary, brings their fantastical ALICE to Dallas. Having only toured internationally,...

Winspear Opera House

Sep 18 - Sep 19

Nasher Public: Lauren Cross

For her Nasher Public installation at For Oak Cliff, A Moment of Silence / Let Freedom Ring, Lauren Cross takes as inspiration the announcement of the abolition of slavery in Galveston, Texas,...

Daily through Sep 19

For Oak Cliff

Sep 18 - Oct 31

Nasher Public: Paul Winker

For Nasher Public, painter Paul Winker has made his first sculpture, Untitled (Shroud), using much the same process he follows for his paintings. Winker's paintings start with drawings he makes...

Daily through Oct 31

Nasher Sculpture Center Public Sculpture by Paul Winker

Sep 18 - Oct 31

Autumn at the Arboretum 2021

Autumn at the Arboretum, the Southwest's favorite fall festival, runs September 18 through October 31, 2021. Though the festival ends on Halloween, the Pumpkin Village remains open through...

Daily between Sep 18 and Oct 31

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Sep 18

The Men's Brunch | Return of the M.A.C.

The MEN'S Brunch is back and it's the Return of the M.A.C. - Men About the Culture! The MEN'S Brunch is an OUR Foundation event to bring awareness to OUR MENtors Program, recruit MENtors, and...

Lofty Spaces

Sep 18

"Talking Dirty After Dark" Live Storytelling Event

Storytelling is a practiced tradition throughout all cultures. When combined with theatrics and improvisation a storyteller can paint picture through words and movement. Talking Dirty after dark...

The Wild Detectives

Sep 21

Intro to Brush Lettering

Back by popular demand, join Kim as she hosts her next pop-up lettering workshop near you! Enjoy learning with other lettering fanatics while sipping and munching on delicious bites at one of...

Times Ten Cellars

Sep 23

Art Exhibition: An Evening with Brad Fuller

Brad Fuller, Director of Operations at Al Biernat's steakhouse, is excited to show his art publicly for the first time in an exhibition at the high-end, modern Patrick Jones Gallery. If you are an...

Patrick Jones Gallery

Sep 24

Music Lounge powered by SDCC Music Lounge

Join us for an evening full of music and sounds! You'll see 2 or 3 short sets from incredible performers from all musical genres. Each show's lineup is curated by the SoFar Sound booking team to...

South Dallas Cultural Center

Sep 25 - Jan 02

Betye Saar: Call and Response

One of the most significant assemblage artists working today, Betye Saar (born 1926, Los Angeles) addresses spirituality, gender, and race in her art. Part of the strong Southern California...

Daily between Sep 25 and Jan 2

Nasher Sculpture Center

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