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A Night of Artists and Chefs April 18

Be a part of a new TV pilot that celebrates the art and food of Fort Worth. A work-of-art dining room and special menu will be created to highlight the unique art and cuisine of Fort Worth. Vote on your favorite art and food. A camera crew will be asking guests for impressions and opinions, so feel free to shine!
This is a charity event benefiting the Fort Worth Community Arts Center on Wednesday, April 18 from 7pm – 10pm at 502 Grand Avenue.
Tickets will cost $175 each. For more info click here: http://buytickets.at/artistschefs/155596

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DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART announces ART BALL Chairs Ann and Lee Hobson and reveals theme, “ALL THAT GLITTERS,” for 52nd ANNUAL GALA April 22, 2017


The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) recently announced local philanthropists Ann and Lee Hobson will serve as chairs of the 2017 Art Ball and unveiled “All That Glitters” as the theme of the annual fundraiser, which will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017, at the Museum in downtown Dallas. Proceeds from the event will support the DMA’s commitment to providing free access to its world-renowned collection, as well as various exhibitions and educational programs throughout the year.

“I’m very proud to be part of an event that supports the DMA, especially its commitment to free general admission, access, and educational programming.  All of the money raised by the Art Ball goes to toward the operating budget that supports access to art,” Ms. Hobson said. “Unfettered access to art is a cause that is very near to my heart, and it is my hope that this year’s Art Ball will allow us to share the Museum’s beautiful collection and educational resources with more visitors than ever before in 2017.”

Selected by the Hobsons, this year’s theme will embrace the romantic overtones and colors of a Parisian spring and was inspired by one of the Museum’s most recent acquisitions, Flowers in a Vase with Two Doves, by nineteenth-century French painter François Lepage. With the assistance of Todd Fiscus of Todd Events, the ethereal scene will be brought to life with extravagant floral displays, ambient music of the period and decadent shades of blue, soft lavender and ivory.

The evening will commence with a cocktail hour inspired by one of the Champs-Élysées’ most iconic landmarks, The Grand Palais. The internationally esteemed gallery was erected for the Universal Exhibition of 1900 and annually welcomes more than two million visitors to revel in the glory and grandeur of French art.

Art Ball 2017 will feature a luxury live auction, sponsored by Christie’s.  The live auction will be curated by Live Auction Chairs Merry Vose and Rajan Patel and will include an array of opulent items, such as: once-in-a-lifetime travel packages, curated culinary experiences, and unique entertainment opportunities. The evening will feature a lavish multi-course seated dinner catered by Cassandra Fine Catering.  After dinner, an element of surprise has been added to the celebration. The DMA has announced they will not reveal the theme or any after dinner details, but promise instead to deliver “Texas-sized surprises” exclusively for Art Ball patrons invited to attend the late-night festivities.

Noted sponsors in place for the evening include: AT&T, Christie’s, Curtis Specialized Moving and Storage, Dallas Art Fair Foundation, Delivery Limited, Inc., Forty Five Ten, Highland Park Village,        J.P. Morgan, Jennifer and John Eagle/John Eagle Dealerships, Melissa and Trevor Fetter/Tenet Healthcare, Neiman Marcus, Peggy and Carl Sewell/Sewell Automotive Companies, Sidley Austin LLP, Stanley Korshak, Modern Luxury Dallas and My Sweet Charity.

Over the past 20 years, the DMA’s Art Ball has raised more than $27 million to support the Museum’s mission of engaging and educating the community through art. Last year’s event raised $1.3 million in net revenue, and the 2017 gala is expected to continue the strong tradition of giving, which has greatly benefitted the Museum and its visitors for more than 50 years.

For more information about Art Ball 2017, as well as underwriting opportunities, please visit www.DMA.org or contact the Art Ball Office at artball@DMA.org or 214.922.1353.



Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 23,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than two and a half million visitors, and enrolled more than 100,000 people in DMA Friends, a free program available to anyone who wishes to join focused on active engagement with the Museum. For more information, visit www.DMA.org.

The Dallas Museum of Art is supported, in part, by the generosity of Museum Members and donors, the citizens of Dallas through the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Submitted by Kristen Crosby. Email: kristen@brynnbagot.com

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Infinite Kamme Art Scholarship Art Show and Gabby Devore Benefit call for artists

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We are still accepting submissions for artists to be a part of the juried exhibition in the gallery and/or have a booth in the Art Fair in the Square to benefit both the endowment of the Kamme Art Scholarship administered by the Sanger Education Foundation and Gabby Devore, the first recipient of the scholarship this year who was in a car accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury.


Located at 304 Bolivar, Sanger, Texas (940) 300-6551


For artist submissions contact Ginger Cochran


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Ed Hall reception Oct. 30 at Ilume benefits animals

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Contemporary Dallas Painter Ed Hall Creates An Evening of Art to Benefit Dallas Companion Animal Project, Dallas Animal Services, and Cat Matchers

Artist Opening Reception Oct. 30, features new art and the opportunity to adopt a pet, and save an animal’s life.

Ed Hall Press Release Benefit Oct 30 2015 at ilume Gallerie

Contemporary minimalist artist Ed Hall joins ilume® Gallerie and Dish, Cedar Springs, for a benefit evening reception by the ilume® Foundation For The Arts, October 30, 6pm-9pm that will feature the artist’s small and large scale acrylic paintings and framed color washes. The month long show from Oct.30-Nov. 21, 2015, will benefit Dallas Companion Animal Project, Dallas Animal Services, and Cat Matchers. Evening guests of the Opening Reception will have the oppor- tunity to love, rescue and adopt a pup, dog, kitten, or cat from the patio of Dish restaurant, located next to the gallery. Cocktails and complimentary valet parking will be available. The show is free and open to the public. www.ilumegallerie.com, www.ilume.com

About Artist Ed Hall. “Many of my paintings are abstract landscapes that reflect parts of nature. I’m interested in the worn and weathered elements found in the environment with a focus on color, texture, and pattern. By applying these observations, they are used to add my personal experience and to influence my work.” “With an approach to painting that is spontaneous and intuitive, I begin to apply multiple layers of paint. The beginning stages develop, as I randomly scrape, erase, and add markings to the surface. I concentrate on the contrast of light and dark, rough and smooth, and transparent and opaque.” Hall’s surface is an important aspect and a concern in the final stages. Once again, the influence of nature and environment appear.. With more accidental and intentional altering, and any additional adjustments, the image emerges to complete the painting.

Ed Hall Opening Reception Benefit Invite Oct 30

About Dallas Companion Animal Project. The project is a non-profit organization created to focus on the future of the community by strengthening the connection between people and animals. We work to imple- ment The Plan conceived by The City of Dallas official Task Force to end the killing of all healthy, adoptable animals in our community. Making Dallas a pet-friendly place to live, save tax-payer dollars, result in a more educated and informed public, encourage private/public partnerships, and improve the quality of life for pets and people in the City of Dallas. www.dallasanimals.org

About Dallas Animal Services. Providing animal services and adoption in the Adoption Center, we are dedicated to the humane treatment of animals in Dallas and educating others about responsible pet owner- ship. We reinforce these ideals everyday by providing daily care for hundreds of animals in our shelter, assist citizens who come to see us as well as out in the community. We respond to calls regarding animal welfare and concerns, conduct free Responsible Ownership classes, hold offsite animal adoption events, and speak at and provide educational information at public safety fairs, environmental festivals, and neighborhood organizations. www.dallasanimalservices.org

About Catmatchers. The all volunteer organization is dedicated to reducing the number of homeless animals. We accomplish this through programs that rescue, spay/neuter programs that reduce the number of animals that are euthanized or left homeless each year. The goal is to turn disposable animals into lifelong companions.

About ilume® Foundation For The Arts. Founded by Dallas Developer Lucien (Luke) Crosland to “illuminate the world through art and culture” by physically and financially supporting artists and art education. The past 6 years the ilume® and The Crosland Group have contributed art, sculpture, and monetary funds to enrich the Dallas community.

ilume Gallerie
4123 Cedar Springs Suite 107
Dallas TX 75219

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