Archive for the ‘Creative’ Category

Dallas Arts Week Grows into Dallas Arts Month

Posted by Julia Falcon

When your artistic canvas’ content becomes too big to fit into a week, just stretch it into a month.

That’s what the city of Dallas has done, renaming what had been known as Dallas Arts Week into Dallas Arts Month, …

Right Brain Factory Channels Creative Instincts into Branding

Posted by Julia Falcon

The left brain is the place that controls logic, analysis, and computation. The right brain controls creativity and imagination, among other things.

Coppell entrepreneur Brad Neathery realized his strengths are right-brain oriented, and that’s where he came up the the …

On Tap: State of Higher Education, South Side Art Walk, & Entrepreneur Summit

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you.  As always, events may change at any time, so check event website

KidZania to Open “Mini-City” Theme Park at Stonebriar

Posted by Julia Falcon

The Mexico-based KidZania chain is planning to open its first U.S. location next year in a custom-built 80,000-square-foot location just outside Stonebriar Centre in Frisco.

KidZania is an experiential indoor theme park set up to resemble a mini-city where kids …

National Videogame Museum to Celebrate 1st Birthday

Posted by Julia Falcon

The National Videogame Museum turning 1 in April, and it will be hosting a weekend full of events to celebrate. 

Admission is free on April 1 and 2, and activities will include gaming tournaments, photo opportunities with cosplay characters, and …

Inaugural Arts Award at UTD Backed by Philanthropist Margaret McDermott

Posted by Heather Noel

The University of Texas at Dallas will announce the recipient of an inaugural arts award next month. 

The Richard Brettell Award in the Arts will recognize an artist for lifetime contributions in their respective field. Every other year, artists …

Bachelor Alum, Dallas Resident Catherine Lowe Creates Eco-Friendly Greeting Cards

Posted by Julia Falcon

You’ve heard of cards made out of recycled paper, but Catherine Lowe, an alum of ABC’s The Bachelor, has released a new collection of greeting cards that infuses recycled paper with wildflower seeds.

Her Dallas-based stationary line, LoweCo., …

White Rabbit Red Rabbit:
Unique Play Comes to Fort Worth

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas and Fort Worth theater lovers will get the chance to experience an innovative and unique play when Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s White Rabbit Red Rabbit comes to North Texas.

“Nassim Soleimanpour brings the international voice to our theater that

TWU Student Selected for International Dance Project

Posted by Julia Falcon

A Texas Woman’s University student has been chosen for the World Dance Alliance’s 2017 International Young Choreographer Project.

Yeajean Choi, a TWU master of fine arts student, will be one of eight choreographers — and the only U.S. student

42 Murals Seeks Artists to Create New Deep Ellum Works

Posted by Kerry Curry

Artists who prefer a large canvas have the opportunity to showcase their work in the 42 Murals Project 2017, which will have a new twist over the original murals project in 2015.

42 Murals is the brainchild of real estate …