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.
There are few experiences better than connecting over a delicious meal with good conversation. This Visual Artists Dinner builds on this idea by gathering together painters and visual artists in his or her artistic discipline
Join fellow songwriters for a delicious meal and engaging conversations! Dinner will be followed by a time of sharing songs that you are working on, playing songs that everyone knows and collaborating together on harmonies, guitar, & vocals.
Our next FEEDBACK for Writers group will take place on Wednesday, April 10th. Registration details are provided below. Please plan on reading submitted works before coming to FEEDBACK.
Art House Dallas and Image Journal are honored to welcome Malcolm Guite for a conversation on “A Local Habitation: Incarnation, Arts and Community.” Malcolm’s talk will be followed by a Q & A.
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.
On Monday, December 10th, at an invite only party we are thanking our volunteers, program leaders, and donors for their support. Art House Dallas works to foster a vibrant community and we can’t do it alone.
On October 18th, Art House Dallas will celebrate 8 years of cultivating creativity for the common good at 2616 Commerce with special guest Jon Foreman. We all as creators—patrons and artists—have something to contribute.