7 Fun Things To Do This Weekend
With so many things to do in Dallas, how do you choose what to do? Make the most of this weekend with our editor’s picks. From professional sports to neighborhood festivals and all the events that locals love, there’s always something BIG happening in Dallas. Find everything from the best concerts and nightlife, to museum exhibits and things to do with the kids.
You've heard of pub crawls and wine tastings – but Dallas takes it to the next level. The Margarita Mile is a collection of the best and brightest margaritas in the city, conveniently collected in a colorful app. Sip, savor and discover the very best of Dallas with an experience that's all about America's most popular adult beverage: the Margarita! From classic recipes to hand-crafted creations, we left no bottle of tequila unturned in our search for the most sought-after Margaritas...... Read More
Explore eleven colorfully immersive installations, created with more than two million feet of yarn. As you walk from room to room, new adventures await you in this exhibit created by some of the top female fiber artists in the nation. "Intangible" showcases an all-female lineup of some of the top fiber artists from around the United States, including yarn-bomb extraordinaire London Kaye (Los Angeles, CA), Fiber Artist Niki Dionne (Dallas, TX), Muralist and Illustrator Alli Koch (Dallas, TX),...... Read More
The Cube is an immersive experience for the socially distanced era, featuring projections, audio, and lights. The past few months have forced us all to isolate and distance ourselves from our friends and loved ones, and it has become more difficult to feel any sense of community. This show aims to address that. The Cube will ask audiences to redefine what community and loneliness mean to them. The lines will be blurred between the socially distanced virtual art we have all become accustomed...... Read More
Oak Cliff Cultural Center proudly presents Glow Forest. This art exhibition will be on display January 8, 2020 - February 5, 2020. The exhibition is FREE and can be safely viewed from the outside. Artist Statement Glow Forest is a serene and colorful jungle environment that offers an escape from winter and the turmoil of 2020. As a place of quiet meditation, viewers will be invited to look inside an empty storefront to discover a quiet place of meditation, solace, and inspiration. This piece...... Read More
Dallas Design District Gallery, Laura Rathe Fine Art, announces a solo exhibition 'Kaleidoscope', featuring new works by Zhuang Hong Yi. LRFA will be hosting this exhibition by appointment only beginning Saturday, January 9th, 2021. Zhuang Hong Yi, one of China's most influential artists, utilizes complex patterns of color and texture to create his iconic Flowerbed series. While flying between his hometown of Beijing and Holland, Zhuang was inspired by the kaleidoscopic shift of colors in...... Read More
With the three-part collaborative project 'Remote Pyramids,' artist Jan Tichy, connected a group of resettled refugee teenagers from Dallas's Vickery Meadow neighborhood to be in creative dialogue with a group of teenagers with their own experience of migration from the Oak Cliff neighborhood. One part of the resulting project are a series of works created by six young local artists, which will be on view from January 23–March 6 at Oak Cliff Cultural Center. The windows and storefront...... Read More