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Sponsored by the AT&T Performing Arts Center presenting Joshua Bell at the Winspear Opera House on November 6th.



Nov. 1 - 29

Islamic Art Revival Series 3rd International Juried Exhibition of Islamic Art

The Islamic Art Revival Series (IARS) is a series of events focused on sharing and rediscovering the forgotten beauty and grandeur that is strikingly evident in the masterpieces of Islamic art from around the globe. Started by a cross-cultural coalition of students, small business owners and local nonprofits, IARS explores how the patterns that first emerged centuries ago influence art and architecture in today's world. Events will stress art education and cultural exchange across a variety of mediums. IARS builds bridges using the universal beauty of Islamic Art as a connector and translator across generations and cultures - from heart to heart through time. 47 Artists from countries, including USA, CANADA,,ITALY,INDIA,GERMANY,MEXICO, UNITED KINGDOM and PAKISTAN are selected by the Juror Iftikhar Dadi, the Associate Professor of Art History, and Head of the Arts Department at the Cornell University. The public opening and reception is on November, 01, 2014
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Bruno Groening Circle of Friends Documentary film of Bruno Groening,
Islamic Art Revival Series 3rd International Juried Exhibition of Islamic Art
 
Latino Cultural Center presents Elisa Monte Dance Company
Oxide Gallery Gallery Night - Opening Reception
 
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Mozart Requiem Concert
11th Annual Dia de los Muertos Procession & Festival
 
Arlington Jones: The Soul Gent
Dallas Opera presents THE BILLY GOATS GRUFF
 


Oct. 16 & Nov. 20

Music at the Meadows

Larry Palmer, University Organist and Professor of Harpsichord and Organ in the Meadows School of the Arts Experience centuries-old music on an eighteenth-century organ surrounded by masterworks in the Museum’s permanent collection. Professor Palmer will present two programs on the Museum’s Oldovini organ: in October,"Scarlatti's Cat" and in November, "Dos Prados: Larry Palmer's Favorite Music for the Pascoal Caetano Oldovini Organ."
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Music at the Meadows
Dallas Symphony presents Scheherazade
 
Meadows Symphony Orchestra: Berio, Saint-Saens and Rachmaninoff
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Mozart Requiem Concert
 
Arlington Jones: The Soul Gent
Flower Mound Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert!
 
Fort Worth Civic Orchestra concert
NTSO Concert 1
 


May 16-Nov. 16

Theatre Too presents Shear Madness

This unique comedy-whodunit takes place today in the "Shear Madness" hairstyling salon and is chock full of up-to-the-minute spontaneous humor. During the course of the action, a murder is committed and the audience gets to spot the clues, question the suspects, and solve the funniest mystery in the annals of crime. The outcome is never the same, which is why many audience members return again and again to the scene of the mayhem.
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Theatre Too presents Shear Madness
Greater Lewisville Community Theatre presents HAIR
 
Artisan Center Theater presents THE FREEDOM FACTOR
Contemporary Theatre of Dallas presents Little Women
 
Watertower Theatre presents Bonnie & Clyde
Circle Theatre presents Fellowship!
 
Dallas Theater Center presents DRIVING MISS DAISY
Cara Mía Theatre presents the sand show
 


Jan. 8-Feb. 28

Dallas Holocaust Museum presents A History of the Kindertransport: How 10,000 Children Were Rescued

The Kindertransport was a rescue operation that granted safe passage to 10,000 Jewish children caught in the path of Nazi Germany. In most cases, they left parents and siblings behind. The Kindertransport required steadfast determination, expediency, and the balancing acts of numerous individuals and organizations. Examine all the details that had to be nailed down; the numerous transportation schedules to synchronize; the sacrifices of parents to save their children and the selflessness of the people who provided homes for the children. Meet the Upstanders who made what seemed impossible happen at great risk to themselves; meet the parents who were forced to make heart-wrenching decisions; and finally, meet the children who escaped Hitler.
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Dallas Holocaust Museum presents A History of the Kindertransport: How 10,000 Children Were Rescued
Dallas Museum of Art presents From the Village to Vogue – The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith
 
Frontiers of Flight Museum presents VICTORY FROM WITHIN: THE AMERICAN PRISONER OF WAR EXPERIENCE
Fresh Perspectives: Benito Huerta and the Collection
 
Irving Arts Center presents Simply Beautiful – Photographs from National Geographic
The Crow Collection of Asian Art presents Seeing and Believing – Krishna in the Art of B. G. Sharma
 
Amon Carter Museum of American Art Meet Me at the Trinity: Photographs by Terry Evans
Elm Street Studio Art Exhibit: Tale of Tails and Trails by Julie Grim
 

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Feb 22 - Dec 31

Bird House Exhibit

As part of Dallas Blooms, the Dallas Arboretum presents the Bird House Exhibit, five life-size playhouses designed by local architects to complement this year’s theme, Birds in Paradise. These architectural interpretations of bird houses are located in the Lakeside Exhibit Area. Children can play in the bird houses, while learning about bird predators, bird adaptations, how they find their prey, how they camouflage themselves and survive, migrate, create nests and lay eggs.
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Bird House Exhibit
Autumn at the Arboretum
 
The Perot Museum presents 2theXtreme: MathAlive!
Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance Drawn to Action: The Life and Work of Arthur Szyk
 
King of Glory GUSTO! Opera Workshop on ‘The Marriage of Figaro’
Ghost Tales at the Bath House
 
Bruno Groening Circle of Friends Documentary film of Bruno Groening,
11th Annual Dia de los Muertos Procession & Festival
 


Jan. 8-Feb. 28

Dallas Holocaust Museum presents A History of the Kindertransport: How 10,000 Children Were Rescued

The Kindertransport was a rescue operation that granted safe passage to 10,000 Jewish children caught in the path of Nazi Germany. In most cases, they left parents and siblings behind. The Kindertransport required steadfast determination, expediency, and the balancing acts of numerous individuals and organizations. Examine all the details that had to be nailed down; the numerous transportation schedules to synchronize; the sacrifices of parents to save their children and the selflessness of the people who provided homes for the children. Meet the Upstanders who made what seemed impossible happen at great risk to themselves; meet the parents who were forced to make heart-wrenching decisions; and finally, meet the children who escaped Hitler.
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Dallas Holocaust Museum presents A History of the Kindertransport: How 10,000 Children Were Rescued
Bird House Exhibit
 
Theatre Too presents Shear Madness
Dallas Museum of Art presents From the Village to Vogue – The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith
 
Frontiers of Flight Museum presents VICTORY FROM WITHIN: THE AMERICAN PRISONER OF WAR EXPERIENCE
Fresh Perspectives: Benito Huerta and the Collection
 
Irving Arts Center presents Simply Beautiful – Photographs from National Geographic
The Crow Collection of Asian Art presents Seeing and Believing – Krishna in the Art of B. G. Sharma
 



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