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Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

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Things To Do This Weekend

Thursday, June 17

Buy your ticket for JAKEGATEWOOD’s single release party at Ruins in Deep Ellum. The musicians joins DJ Save Aves for her weekly residency at the Deep Ellum venue. Special guests are boyblk, DRNRDX and Trey Kams b2b.

Friday, June 18

Jurassic World: The Exhibition opens at Grandscape in The Colony! Grab your ticket here.

Saturday, June 19

Happy Junenteenth! Here’s a list of local events to celebrate the holiday.

Motifs“, sm sanz’s show debuts at Plush Gallery. The show, composed of SANZ’s collection of pop culture symbols and themes, begins at 2:00 p.m. The exhibit lasts until September 11th.

Centre

The Chef Raekwon brings his exclusive merchandise line to Centre. The legendary hip-hop icon stops by their Mockingbird location from 12:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, June 20

Need a Charcuterie 101 course? Board & Table, LLC hosts a build your own course from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. at Reunion Tower for those looking to elevate their hor d’oeuvres game.

Recurring Things To Do

It’s now June, which means it’s time for print magazine’s list of the month’s must-do events.

Re-articulation, exhibition of works by Jeanne Neal, opens at Ro2 Art. The show runs from May 15 to June 19.

#IfThenSheCan, an exhibit of contemporary women professionals in STEM careers, debuts at NorthPark Center on May 15. The 3D printed display features 122 statues of women STEM innovators to inspire the next generation of young girls and women.

POP!, an interactive photo experience features over two dozen themed rooms for guests to take unique photos with integrated cameras and lighting. The multimedia event runs from May 15 to September 6 at The Galleria Dallas. 

Storms of Jupiter, Gillian Bradshaw Smith’s solo exhibition opens at Ro2 Art in the Cedars. Bradshaw Smith’s exhibit of pencil renderings drew inspiration from probe images of Jupiter from NASA probes. The exhibit runs through June 19.

Bits and Bobs, Benjamin Terry’s show at Galleri Urbane, displays his signature aesthetic, which plays with the concepts of sophistication and crudeness, through spray paint and colorful stains. The exhibition ends June 26.

Also at Galleri Urbane is All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go, Megan Borah’s first public solo exhibition to introduce her canvases, works on paper, and portraits of women. Her exhibit lasts until June 26.

 

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