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The Artistic Side Of Pride

Today we hit the halfway point of Pride Month, but the celebration of LGBTQ+ culture hasn’t lost any momentum. This weekend, the Dallas Arts District partners with the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, and the AT&T Performing Arts Center to present Pride Party+. Featuring a combination […]

Thank God It’s Frida

Unibrow Squad, unite! Known for her vibrantly colored self-portraits and other often-intimate paintings, Frida Kahlo has been celebrated in the LGBTQ community as much for her art as her occasional lesbian affairs. Now, you have the rare opportunity to view a handful of her works that are on loan from a private collection. Frida Kahlo: Five Works debuts Sunday at […]

Block Party People

Sometimes we take to the streets to protest. But Friday night, we take to the streets to party! (With the biggest rainbow exclamation point imaginable.) The Dallas Arts District plays host once again to an epic Pride Block Party celebrating all things LGBTQ across multiple arts venues. With Pride-themed tours, performances, movies, local artists, food trucks, makers and artisans, drag […]

Go Gaga At The DMA

For millions of people (and hundreds of thousands of gays), Lady Gaga is their one true love. Celebrate all that is glorious (and divinely artistic) about the legendary superstar this Thursday night (Valentine’s Day) at the Dallas Museum of Art. Bad Romance is all part of their Second Thursdays with a Twist series and all the creativity that entails. During the evening, […]

The Art Of Pride

Who’s ready to gay up this place? This Friday night, the monthly Late Nights at the Dallas Museum of Art gets a welcome LGBT twist with special Pride Month programming all night long. (Cue the Lionel Richie!) The highlight of the evening will be a special presentation of a show written by our good friend Robert Emery (pictured) and performed by […]

TGI Frida

If you’re reading this, chances are you already have a standby Frida Kahlo costume. (We always keep at least two on-hand.) If you don’t, never fear. All you need is a unibrow, at least three artificial flowers, a red or pink shawl and a flower-printed dress that extends below the knees on all sides (with no slits). That may sound […]

Bright Lights, Big City

That hot TXU spokesman must be so excited about this night. So much electricity! Aurora is back and brighter than ever.If you missed it two years ago, you simply must make plans to attend the immersive multimedia experience in downtown over the 68 acres of the Dallas Arts District.Lights, video, sound and performance converge in a free open air exhibition […]

Oh Pun Bar

If ever there was a combination sure to make us swoon it’s the perfect storm forming at the Dallas Museum of Art tomorrow night. That’s where super-cute Broadway-dancer-turned-author Tim Federle brings his love of puns and cocktails together for a night of intoxicating word play. Or in our case, word foreplay. While not busy reciprocating loving glances with us, Tim […]

Broadway Book Club

Not since that little red-headed orphan girl belted out her prediction that the spherical ball of hot gas and magnetic fields at the center of our solar system would appear again the next day have kids and Broadway formed such a beautiful partnership. No, there’s not another precocious child-centric musical debuting on the Great White Way, but something exciting for […]