Art House Dallas: Donations Doubled Through Dec 31st!


Friends of Art House Dallas!

Thank you for such a great year! Your generous giving has allowed Art House Dallas to flourish in 2015 and we are so grateful. This year alone, we’ve hosted over 25 programs and welcomed more than 1,000 attendees in DFW. Our events have ranged from feature film openings, toconcerts, to intimate artist dinners all over the city – and a whole lot in between. We’ve formednew alliances with West Dallas Community School, TALA (Texas Accountants & Lawyers for the Arts), and the Faith & Work Initiative at PCPC. We’ve also continued our longstanding relationships with Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas International Film Festival and ACT (Advocates for Community Transformation).

Additionally, we’ve supported artists like Kate Petty who wrote and self-published her first book, “Holes in the Plan;”  we helped Painter and Interior Designer, April Henegar, host her first art show; we gave Booker T. Washington High School Freshman and Singer-Songwriter, Parker Twomey, the opportunity to perform in front of over 1500 people; we helped Christina Sanchez get commissioned to illustrate a series of children’s books; and the list goes on and on. It’s been a great year, and with your donation, 2016 can be even better!

The New Year brings three exciting new Programs to Art House Dallas: Deploy (sending our artists into schools and hospitals), Business of Creativity (a “Business 101” for artists) and aSpiritual Formation Program. We know so many people will be positively impacted by these new programs, but we cannot sustain them without your generosity!

Please help us encourage and equip everyone to live imaginative and meaningful lives bydonating to Art House Dallas. Through your gifts

, we can ensure the success and continuation of our Programs, Partnerships and Patronage – making Dallas a more beautiful and culturally vibrant city!

Click HERE

to make your tax-deductible donation now.

Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Cary Pierce
Executive Director


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