Origin, an Art House Dallas program, seeks to establish a wholeness and connectedness between spiritual formation, imagination, and the arts with the ultimate intent to establish a sacred perspective on how we individually and collectively live and create. There are few things more sacred in life than points of origin.
Every writer hangs words in their just position to give space to the world seen within. Only the right words will do and serve that world well. At this gathering, we will hear from a local writer, discuss current writing projects, favorite books, and discover collaborative opportunities.
Grab your picnic supplies and bring the whole family out to the stunning landscape of the Dallas Arboretum for a performance by singer-songwriter Ellie Holcomb and her band. The performance will be held on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn overlooking White Rock Lake.
Today’s artist has to master their craft, think like an entrepreneur, and market their work. This day-long Saturday workshop taught by experienced and knowledgeable leaders is designed to give artists the tools and resources needed to excel in their work, build a business, and fulfill their calling as a creative.
Your year-end gift goes a long way in caring for artists and creatives in the Art House Dallas community. When you support Art House Dallas, you invest in your community as Art House Dallas provides programing, support, and artist care over 350 artists and creatives each year.
Sylvester Jacobs, an internationally exhibited photographer and speaker, will be sharing about his career and showing prints of his work during this retrospective brunch event on Saturday, June 23rd at the Art Centre of Plano. He is often referred to as the photographer of L’Abri where he spent time with Francis and Edith Schaeffer and found his way into photography.
Join us at Art Pop-up Studio on Friday, May 4th from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm as we hear from 15 visual artists for 5 minutes each in a Pecha Kucha style presentation format. The evening will provide both attendees and speakers an opportunity for inspiration, encouragement, and discussion.
The presence and expression of the arts is the heartbeat of any great city. This year Art House Dallas is curating the Art/Music track for Dallas Startup Week. We will be hosting six events for all types of creatives in Downtown Dallas including a keynote address on the need for artists to think like entrepreneurs by Jim Hart the Director of Arts Entrepreneurship at SMU.
Whether you spend time working in the arts, education, business, civic, social justice or politics, you have been uniquely equipped to engage areas that affect our city and ultimately, our culture. Join Art House Dallas on Wednesday, December 7 as we hear from internationally acclaimed visual artist, Director of Fuller Seminary's Brehm Center and a presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts, Makoto Fujimura as he discusses the life of the artist and reads from his newest book, Silence and Beauty and followed by a Q&A
Every writer hangs words in their just position so as to give space to the world seen within. Only the right words will do and serve that world well. For the Love of Words is an evening intended specifically for writers, to gather together for the sake of community, discussion and, of course, words.
In our ongoing effort to support creativity that encourages our culture, we are pleased to announce that we will be helping to sponsor a “theater takeover” for the release of the film, LITTLE BOY. We want to invite you to take part on April 23rd, 2015, at 7:00 PM at the AMC Northpark Cinema.
Matthew Perryman Jones, long time friend of Art House Dallas, has generously offered to put on a private show for us. As a way of saying thanks to all of you for your support, encouragement and enthusiasm, we thought it would be fun to have a community event to gather friends together around this great music and celebrate the beginning of a new year.