Grand Vie Showcases Houses of Art


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In addition to showcasing some of Dallas-Fort Worth’s premier luxury properties on the market, the 26th edition of Grand Vie offers a plethora of inspiring editorial content, including “Houses of Art,” featuring some of the area’s top cultural events of the season.

 

Like the changing of seasons, new exhibitions breathe fresh life into venues across Dallas and Fort Worth. Between approaching winter holidays and accumulated vacation time, ’tis the season to enjoy some of the best arts and culture North Texas has to offer.

 

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Dalí: Poetics of the Small, 1929–1936
September 9 to December 9, 2018 at Meadows Museum

 

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Günther Förg: A Fragile Beauty
October 21, 2018 to January 27, 2019 at Dallas Museum of Art

 

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Elf The Musical
November 27 to December 2, 2018 at Music Hall at Fair Park

 

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Ian Davenport: Horizons
September 30, 2018 to March 17, 2019 at Dallas Contemporary

 

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Balenciaga in Black
October 7, 2018 to January 6, 2019 at Kimbell Art Museum

 

Severin Roesen (1816-1872); Still Life of Flowers and Fruit with a River Landscape in the Distance; 1867; Oil on canvas; Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas; 1987.9

From Remington to O’Keeffe: The Carter’s Greatest Hits
October 6, 2018 to May 26, 2019 at Amon Carter Museum of American Art

 

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The Book of Mormon
January 22 to January 27, 2019 at Bass Performance Hall

 

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Laurie Simmons: Big Camera/Little Camera
October 14, 2018 to January 27, 2019 at Modern Art Museum

 

To read the full story and learn more details about each exhibition, visit grandviemagazine.com. To learn more about Ebby Halliday Realtors, its Associates and all of the homes available for purchase in North Texas, visit the award-winning, mobile-friendly ebby.com.

D-FW Weekend Round Up (8/14-8/17)


Weekend Round Up (8/14-8/17)

It’s all about live music this weekend in D-FW. From hip hop to The Beatles, there’s a show for you to move to. Of course if a play or a day outdoors is more you speed, you have those options, too!

 

Under The Influence Music Tour: Wiz Khalifa, Jeezy, and an long list artists are taking over Gexa tonight, Thursday, August 14, for a night of rap and hip hop.

 

Music Thursday: Check out this week’s local artist showcase at Klyde Warren Park, which includes Darrin Kobetich, Madi Anne Davis, and Northern National.

 

None of The Above: Looking to indulge in a live Rom-Com? Tonight, Pegasus Theatre presents None of the Above, a play about an evolving relationship between a girl and her SAT tutor.

 

2014 KXT Summer Cut: Join indie music fans at Gexa on Friday, August 15, for KXT’s annual festival. This year, The Happy Funtime Fest line up includes Death Cab for Cutie, Iron & Wine, The Hold Steady, and more. Handmade goods and food trucks will also be on hand.

 

’til Midnight at Nasher Sculpture Center: As with the third Friday of every month, the Nasher is hosting music and a movie with free admission. The week’s headliners are the Whiskey Fold Ramblers, who will be followed by a screening of Where the Wild Things Are.

 

Edwin McCain: If you were alive and near a radio in 1997 you probably remember McCain’s huge hit single “I’ll Be.” Go on a nostalgic trip with him Friday night when he plays at Granada. The show begins at 7pm.

 

Trevor Douglas: Just listen to this kid’s bio, “Trevor Douglas is a 16 yr old singer, songwriter, musician, composer, beat boxer, loop pedal pro, actor, dancer, and science enthusiast from Fort Worth.” Yeah, you’re going to want to see that Friday night at the House of Blues.

 

1964: The Tribute: You won’t want to miss the show Saturday, August 16 at Bass Performance Hall. 1964: The Tribute is said to be one of the most authentic Beatles tribute bands around, plus this show will feature the Debbie Brooks Orchestra.

 

2014 Dallas One-Minute Play Festival: Have you ever heard the Mark Twain quote “If you want me to give you a two-hour presentation, I am ready today. If you want only a five-minute speech, it will take me two weeks to prepare”? Now imagine the work it must take to write a one minute play. That’s what’s happening at Kitchen Dog Theater this weekend. Through Monday, August 18, there will be three, 60 minute shows during which more than 30 playwrights will showcase their one-minute plays.

 

Dogfight: Addison Theatre Centre is holding the first performances of Dogfight outside of New York until this Saturday. The story is set on the eve of the Kennedy assassination and follows a newly inducted marine before he’s set to ship off to Vietnam.

 

The Phantom of The Opera: Through August 24, experience one of the most famous Broadway plays at the Winspear Opera House. With a cast and orchestra of 52 people, this is one of the largest shows currently on tour.

 

Simply Beautiful: Photographs from National Geographic: The Irving Arts Center is currently exhibiting more than 50 images that highlight the loveliest and most appealing photography from the publication’s impressive archive. They will be on display through November 16.

 

Summer Dollar Days: The Trinity River Audubon Center is offering $1 admission while summer lasts. It’s the perfect opportunity to explore this thriving part of Dallas and spend a day in the great outdoors.

 

Family-friendly Summer Movie Series: Five theaters around D-FW are featuring special series that are fun for the whole family. Ticket prices range from free to just $2.

 

August Dollar Days: Admission is just $1 at the Dallas Arboretum all month long. It may be hot, but the gardens and water pads help keep temperatures down.

 

Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style: Fashion fans will love the newest exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Through October 5, attendees can gaze upon the memorable clothes made for first ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Reagan by one of fashion’s biggest names.

 

Farmer’s Markets: Get your taste of local produce at one of the multitude of farmer’s markets during this rare summer cool front.