Rachel Williams grew up on the mean streets of Coppell. After studying journalism at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, she lived in Chicago and San Diego before returning to Dallas in 2015. She is the recipient of several accolades, backhanded compliments and parking tickets
7 days ago | Things To Do
Amber Crimmings — Bound Matriarchs Mighty Fine Arts 409A N. Tyler St. Opening reception 6-9 p.m. Saturday Printmaking goddess Amber Crimmings sees something incongruous about the way fairy-tale literature both needs and adores women while also vie...
14 days ago | Things To Do
Sister’s Sticker Collection Ro2 Art at the Magnolia Theatre 1501 S. Ervay St. 12-5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays beginning Wednesday, June 14 Free Like a tween dream hopped up on Pixy sticks, Adam Palmer’s solo exhibit Sister’s Sticker Collectio...
21 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Justin Clumpner — Sacred Kettle Art 2650-B Main St. Opening reception 5-8 p.m. Friday In his first solo exhibition at Kettle Art, Justin Clumpner continues to posit America as a Christian nation. Employing newspapers and advertisements as his mate...
26 days ago | Visual Art
Confused: how Haylee Ryan felt when PurePoint, a new digital bank, asked her to create murals about money. “Typically, if I’d heard I was going to do a mural for a financial company, I would have said no," she says. "Because that doesn’t sound int...
28 days ago | Things To Do
The LineSite 131 131 Payne St. 12 to 5 p.m. Fridays and by appointment The Line, a new exhibition curated by Site 131 co-founder Joan Davidow, has quite the diverse roster of characters. See if you can keep up. First we have Texan Kristen Cochran’...
1 month ago | Things To Do
Katherine Bernhardt Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth Ongoing through July 9 By incorporating graffiti elements into her vibrant and youthful paintings, which are heavy on sketched outlines and spray paint, artist Kather...