Event Recap

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The exhibit is open from May 19 – September 1, 2019. Buy your tickets now!

This free exhibit at the Crow Museum of Asian Art features items never before seen in an American museum, with sculptural and dynamic works dating from the 1980s to the present, offering visitors an immersive installation to explore and experience Master Shen-Long’s practice. Click here to learn more.

A festival so big that it got its own page. Check it out here!

Join us as Courtney Garza takes over Say Yes to Dallas’ Instagram to show you what EarthX has to offer!

EarthX is an international nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to educating and inspiring people and organizations to take action towards a more sustainable future worldwide. Their Expo, Conference, and Film Festival takes place in Dallas every year.

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Day 3 Video coming soon!

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Award-winning stylist Leah Frazier took over Say Yes to Dallas on March 14, 2019 to share some very exciting news – two Dallas fashion designers made it on Season 17 of Project Runway. Watch at all the fun Leah had at the watch/after party and all the excitement from supportive fashion community here in Dallas to celebrate Venny Etienne and Lela Orr!

See her recap post here.

Named by CNN as one of the world’s must-see exhibitions, The Art of the Brick – the largest display of LEGO® art – will make its Texas debut at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya was formerly a corporate lawyer working in New York City. Every evening he would come home from work and de-stress by creating with LEGO bricks. Eventually, after encouragement from his friends and family, he decided to quit his job and follow his passion to become a full-time artist.

Located at the South Dallas Cultural Center. Available until March 23, 2019.

Presented by Texas Ballet Theater and Stanley Korshak, TBT company dancers leaped, danced, and strutted the runway in this year’s featured designer, Marchesa.