Archive for October, 2020

The Top 5 Jewelry Trends for Fall — Your Guide to the Special Pieces at Ylang 23 That Show Them Off

Founded by Joanne and Charles Teichman, today Ylang 23 is guided by the creative merchandising of their daughter Alysa. The landmark Dallas jewelry store always remains current and has stood on the cusp of worldwide trends for 35-plus years. The iconic spot in Plaza at Preston Center is always awash with of-the-moment finds. Always one … Continued

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The Top 5 Jewelry Trends for Fall — Your Guide to the Special Pieces at Ylang 23 That Show Them Off

Founded by Joanne and Charles Teichman, today Ylang 23 is guided by the creative merchandising of their daughter Alysa. The landmark Dallas jewelry store always remains current and has stood on the cusp of worldwide trends for 35-plus years. The iconic spot in Plaza at Preston Center is always awash with of-the-moment finds. Always one … Continued

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One of Dallas’ Best Home Tours is Coming to Your Living Room

With the city’s distinct neighborhoods and small but well preserved districts, Dallas has no shortage of great home tours. Afternoons are always well spent exploring bungalow-lined Hollywood Heights, the scenic lots of Lakewood, the historic estates along Swiss Avenue, and the quirky, Charles Dilbeck-filled corner known as Cochran Heights. But one annual, design-minded event you …... | Read More

Your Guide to Halloween Weekend in Dallas — Socially Distanced Outdoor Events and Safe Trick-or-Treating

Although this Halloween weekend in Dallas will look quite different from previous years, you can still celebrate — as safely as possible — with several socially distanced events, including virtual horror movie trivia nights, outdoor, masked “haunts,” and holiday-themed mini golf. Trick or Treat on Lowest Greenville A safer alternative to neighborhood trick or treating, …... | Read More

Market Highland Park Village Hosts a Night With Fine Jewelry Designer Kimberly McDonald

The invites are beginning to come in — albeit slowly — as businesses begin to get momentum going for the upcoming holiday shopping season. Brian Bolke threw a socially distanced trunk show for Adam Lippes a few weeks back at the Conservatory on Two. Most recently, Cornelia Guest hosted a cocktail party to celebrate her friend … Continued

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Abby Cole Goes Electronic for “The Speed of Time”.

Art&Seek is highlighting new music from North Texas every Thursday. Click above to hear me talk with North Texas musician, songwriter, and producer Abby Cole for our Music Minute, which airs on KERA FM and KXT 91.7. For more local music, tune in to the KXT Local Show at 7 p.m. on Thursdays. And tell us what you’ve been listening to on Facebook, Instagram or @artandseek on... | Read More

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Over 30+ years, Artscape has evolved from a Toronto-based provider of affordable artist studios to a globally-renowned group of not-for-profit organizations with a mission to make space for creativity and transform communities.

We acknowledge we are hosted on the lands of the Mississaugas of the Anishinaabe, the Haundenosaunee Confederacy and the Wendat. We also recognize the... | Read More

PRESIDENT SEARCH, ARTS IN STARK

We are pleased to represent ArtsinStark (AIS), the county arts council and sponsor of the annual fund drive for the arts, located approximately 60 miles south of Cleveland in Canton, Ohio. ArtsinStark is 50 years old with a mission of using the arts to create smarter kids, new jobs and healthier communities. The organization provides support and programs throughout the county with the current... | Read More

Undermain’s Vampire Play Gets Acclaim In New York

Just in time for Halloween, the Undermain Theatre is streaming a solo performance about a cynical Irishman’s encounter with something supernatural.  The theater’s online production of Conor McPherson’s St. Nicholas has won acclaim from The Wall Street Journal. KERA’s Jerome Weeks talked with actor Bruce DuBose, the company’s producing artistic director, about... | Read More

Houston’s Own Wonder Farm Brings Fashion to the Fields — Lela Rose Embraces the Barn

For many in the group of several dozen well-masked and well-dressed women, the mini-Fashion in the Fields gathering at Hope Farms on Houston’s south side was the first real outing since March when COVID-19 raised its ugly head. The al fresco frocks and frolic was just the antidote for the pandemic fatigue that has been … Continued

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