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Dallas College is Celebrating Student Work for Arts Month

The school will be providing students from a variety of programs a platform to share their work during its inaugural Design Week and a photography showcase at the Hilton Anatole.
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A Look Into the Life of Bowie House’s Jo Ellard

Bowie House owner Jo Ellard has amassed an impressive assemblage of accolades and occupations. Her latest endeavor showcases another prized collection: her art.
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Curve Ball: Local Shorts Highlight Diverse USA Film Festival Slate

A college freshman spotlights his high school pitching coach’s unique baseball story in his filmmaking debut.
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WaterTower Theatre Invites Audiences Backstage for an Evening with Louis Armstrong

Terry Teachout’s first play, SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF, shares details about Louis Armstrong after one of his final shows.
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In Denton, New Life for an Old Theater

The entrepreneurs who brought the Texas Theatre back to life in Oak Cliff see a similar future for the Fine Arts in downtown Denton. So does its City Council.
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Dallas Theater Center Dials Up a New Take on a Classic Thriller

An iconic Alfred Hitchcock-directed film comes to life in a new and thrilling fashion at the Dallas Theater Center through April 28.
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A Sampling of the Best Art and Galleries at the Dallas Art Fair and the Dallas Invitational

The Arts District is the nerve center for Dallas Arts Month, and this weekend is home to the two most notable events this April. Here are your best bets—and what Dirk saw.
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After Two Decades, a Fort Worth Filmmaker Followed Through on His High School Dreams

Richard Blake’s low-budget thriller The Actor, featuring a soundtrack by Collective Soul, debuts this week.
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Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Weekend: April 4-7

Awesome weather is forecast for most of the weekend. Find some live musicto enjoy it properly—you can catch Bob Dylan, the Black Crowes, Ledisi, Offset, NOFX, and Kristin Chenoweth, just to name a few.
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Frontera Is a Literary Festival in the Front, Party in the Back

Greg Brownderville wants Dallas to let its hair down at Frontera.
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