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How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment

Gavin Delahunty was a brash curator on the rise when the Dallas Museum of Art hired him. Three years later, he left his high-profile job amid allegations of inappropriate behavior with employees and wives of board members. So why do some of the city’s most powerful art patrons still want to work with him?
By Lauren Smart
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Visual Arts

McDonald’s Asks Artist Dora Reynosa to Highlight Her Community Through Ritmo y Color

The muralist beams with pride in her Mexican roots through a partnership with McDonald’s that elevates urban Latinx voices.
By Desiree Gutierrez
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Visual Arts

Here Are the 2022 Juanita J. Craft Artist Residency Recipients

Camika Spencer, Ebony Lewis, Jessica Bell, and Linda Jones were selected for the artist residency at the South Dallas Cultural Center.
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Visual Arts

Multimedia Artist Nitashia Johnson Celebrates the Beauty of South Dallas

The artist and educator expresses her love for South Dallas and the importance of Black representation in the arts.
By How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment Christine Odwesso
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Visual Arts

At the Nasher, Artist Magali Reus Reconsiders Common Objects

The London-based artist’s second major exhibition challenges the viewer’s perspective of everything from exit signs and tables to soil and fruit.
By Lauren Smart

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Visual Arts

Meow Wolf Comes To Texas in 2023

The U.S. based immersive arts and entertainment company expands into Texas with two exhibitions in Grapevine and Houston. The North Texas exhibit is scheduled to open in 2023.
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Visual Arts

What to See During This Year’s Dallas Art Fair

The signature event of Dallas Arts Month transforms the city into a hotspot for arts programming and events. Here are the best places to frequent.
By Lauren Smart
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Arts & Entertainment

At the Dallas Museum of Art, a Customized Culture in the Concourse

The DMA concourse mural space renders a celebration of lowrider cruising culture through color, light and glimmer.
By How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment Leslie Fuentes
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Visual Arts

Corrie Pocta and MOM Invite Dallas Into Their Creative Art Studio in Oak Cliff

From affordable art classes to local artisan markets, Trade Oak Cliff aims to be a hub for Dallas-based creatives.
By Rachel Colman
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Arts & Entertainment

A Longtime Oak Cliff Art Studio Lands in West Dallas

Oil and Cotton has a new home in West Dallas, but founders Shannon Driscoll and Kayli House have the same goal: to get you to create something.
By Rachel Nguyen