For the last 7 years Art House Dallas has been A Light in the City - a beacon for Artists and Creatives of all kinds to gather, connect and create.
Beyond what we traditionally think of as art, we believe that EVERYONE is an artist. Our lives are a canvas and we are all responsible for cultivating creativity for the common good of our community. We believe strong cultures are built when people live creatively. Your donation to Art House Dallas ensures we can continue to encourage and equip everyone to live imaginative lives!
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Art House Dallas and the Bible & Beer Consortium are honored to welcome Nancy Pearcey (HBU) to the Museum of Biblical Art (Dallas). Nancy will lecture on 'Art as an Apologetic' followed by Q&A.
Date: Saturday, March 25
Location: Museum of Biblical Art
Admission: Complimentary with RSVP
This event includes beer and wine. While admission is complimentary with RSVP, we ask that you consider a donation to support the education and programming provided by Art House Dallas and the Bible & Beer Consortium.
Nancy R. Pearcey is a scholar in residence and professor at Houston Baptist University. She is also a fellow at the Discovery Institute. Previously she was the Francis A. Schaeffer Scholar at the World Journalism Institute, where she taught a worldview course based on her book Total Truth, winner of the 2005 ECPA Gold Medallion Award for best book on Christianity and Society. She has also served as professor of worldview studies at Philadelphia Biblical University, during which time she wrote Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning. Her most recent book is Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes.
Formerly an agnostic, Nancy studied violin in Heidel- berg in the early 1970s, then traveled to Switzerland to study Christian worldview at L'Abri Fellowship, where Francis Schaeffer was living and teaching. Later she graduated from Iowa State University with a Distributed Studies degree (philosophy, German, music). After earning a master's in Biblical Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, she pursued graduate work in the history of philosophy at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto and received a doctoral degree (honorary) from Philadelphia Biblical University. She has also been a visiting scholar at Biola University's Torrey Honors Institute.
Heralded as "America's pre-eminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual" (The Economist), Nancy has addressed staffers on Capitol Hill and at the White House; actors and screenwriters in Hollywood; scientists at labs such as Sandia and Los Alamos; students and faculty at Stanford, Dartmouth, Princeton, USC, Ohio State, and the University of Georgia; as well as educational and activist groups, including the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. She has appeared on NPR and C-SPAN.
Silence Ticket Giveaway
Martin Scorsese’s Silence is a magnificent work of art, yes. But its also the most timely of all the Oscar nominated films.
We’ve partnered with our friends at ScreenBrew to offer you a pair of FREE tickets for this Friday, January 27 at a theater near you. Register and find out more information here www.screenbrew.com.
Art House Dallas is proud to be supporting this great film. Go to www.screenbrew.com to get your free tickets while they last and use the hashtag #SeeSilenceFriday
Whether you spend time working in the arts, education, business, civic, social justice or politics, you have been uniquely equipped to engage areas that affect our city and ultimately, our culture. Join Art House Dallas on Wednesday, December 7 as we hear from internationally acclaimed visual artist, Director of Fuller Seminary's Brehm Center and a presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts, Makoto Fujimura as he discusses the life of the artist and reads from his newest book, Silence and Beauty and followed by a Q&A. You will learn from his unique experiences of engaging culture through visual art and ways his faith has specifically informed his journey including how his recent book corresponds with Martin Scorsese's upcoming film, Silence.
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Location: Museum of Biblical Art - Dallas
Suggested Donation: $25 or more (includes beer or wine and light fare)
ABOUT ARTFUL LIVING
The Artful Living Series is a program within Art House Dallas created to gather the community together to hear from cultural leaders, be exposed to new ideas and challenge current methods of thinking. While many Art House Dallas programs are geared toward specific disciplines and vocations, the Artful Living Series provides an environment for broader discussion of cultural ideas and personal development with the goal of learning together how we can effectively contribute to the common good of our culture.
About Awaken Creativity Writers Workshop
Date: Saturday, November 12
Time: 8:00am - 3:00pm
Location: Deep Vellum Bookstore
Cost: $25.00 (includes breakfast)
Writing is a solitary practice where beauty is shaped through key strokes and pen edits. As true as this is, there is much to discover from others who commit themselves to story and the discipline of writing. Join us on Saturday, November 12th as we host two well-accomplished writers (Andi Ashworth & Ally Fallon) for a workshop not to be missed as we explore the power of narrative and the practicality of getting the writing done.
ANDI ASHWORTH | http://www.arthouseamerica.com/staff/
Andi Ashworth and her husband, Charlie Peacock, are Co-Founders/Directors Emeritus of Art House America. Andi is a writer (author of Real Love for Real Life: The Art and Work of Caring), gardener, cook, and lover of good books, walks, and connecting conversations. After providing hospitality to thousands of people over many years, it is Andi’s joy to be in a more private season of life, able to work on a new book and shift the focus of her Art House calling to the care of this unique space for readers and writers. Many of her essays on food, hospitality, place, vocation, and the artful life can be found on the Art House America Blog. Andi holds an MA in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO. She and Charlie have two grown children and four grandchildren.
ALLISON FALLON | http://allisonfallon.com
Allison is a thought-provoking, honest and engaging speaker who is comfortable speaking to audiences both large and small. Allison has written 12 books, coached hundreds of writers, developed multiple writing curriculums, and has authored her own book called Packing Light: Thoughts on Living Life with Less Baggage
SIX YEAR ANNIVERSARY FUNDRAISER featuring JARS OF CLAY
Thursday, October 20, 2016
The month of October marks the Six Year Anniversary of Art House Dallas. We hope you will help us celebrate alongside Grammy Award winning band Jars of Clay and other talented local artists as we reflect on the many ways our creative community has united for the common good. Please join us for a night of celebration October 20 at the Kessler Theater in Dallas. We wouldn’t be here without your tremendous support, dedication, and friendship these past six years, and we’d love to share this evening with you. Our theme this year is InspireDallas and with your help we intend to do just that!
All tickets include admission to the concert as well as complimentary beer, wine, and dessert.
Painting and producing, drawing and dreaming can so often flourish in the company of others. Our new Da Vinci's Easel painters' group aims to draw together artists for the purpose of painting together and building community with one another. This small group, limited to 5-10 participants, will meet once a month at a local artist's home. Each artist will bring their own supplies and enjoy creating in a comfortable, supportive environment.
Currently, our painters' group is full, but we will seek to start more in 2017 based on interest. If you are interested in joining a painters' group, please fill out our artists questionnaire to be added to the waiting list.
Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 Luncheon Dates
- Friday, June 23
- Friday, July 28
- Friday, August 25
There are few things more sacred in life than points of origin. The point from where thoughts, ideas, and perspectives begin holds potent ability to echo and endure through generations and to shape how people and cultures both speak and act.
How a person thinks and interacts with the world is the essence of living and the result of a starting point.
Origin is an Art House Dallas program crafted to establish a wholeness and connectedness between art and faith with the ultimate intent to establish a sacred perspective in how the individual responds creatively. We believe that God, as the original and ultimate Creator, made mankind after His own image, endowed us with the faculties to think and create, and calls us to be like him in our participation of cultivating goodness, truth, and beauty.
Origin is comprised of a series of monthly luncheons featuring presentations and facilitated discussions directed by Art House Dallas leaders. Beyond the Origin monthly gatherings, Art House Dallas will offer one-on-one mentoring and discipleship sessions focused to help individuals delve deeper into the conversation on the relationship between art and faith. (discipleship questionnaire below)
Location: Museum of Biblical Art - 7500 Park Ln, Dallas, 75225
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Date(s): Fridays - June 23, July 28, August 25
RSVP: Space is limited. Please let us know youre coming by registering below.
If you are interested in learning more about Origin or one-on-one discipleship, please fill out our questionnaire.
Click the button below to be taken to the questionnaire:
Is money a struggle? Do you wonder how to make it? How to make enough of it? How to keep it? How to invest it wisely? How to give it away? How to stay creative and pay your bills?
Or maybe you’re doing alright but would like to be creating more, influencing more, and making more?
Whether you like it or not -- if you create things and sell them -- you are a business. And, most of us could use a tip or two on running our businesses better.
The Art of Business is a 6-session program that is designed specifically to help creative professionals think and act differently about art, money and marketing.
Program participants will hear personal testimonies and learn from successful artists and experts in the fields of finance and marketing.
The course curriculum will also cover the basics of:
Assets & Liabilities
Income, Expenses & Profits
Profit & Loss Statements
The Power of a Great Team
Art House Dallas believes in an “abundance mentality” and wants to help artists move away from a common and harmful “scarcity mentality.” What this means is that we believe sufficient resources exist to do creative work for the common good -- that is, if we steward our resources wisely. The Art of Business seeks to help artists to do just that.
If you are interested in learning more about Art of Business or would like to attend, please fill out our questionnaire below.
"Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered." (Proverbs 11:25)
"To whom much is given, much is required." (Luke 12:48)
Deploy is designed for artists to share their creativity with people who may have little or no exposure to arts and culture.
In its first year, participating artists will be “deployed” to serve at Baylor Hospital, Children’s Medical Center and West Dallas Community School. The goal is to bring light and love into underserved areas and to help fan the flames of growth, healing and transformation.
For now, the artistic disciplines involved will include singer/songwriters, photographers, visual artists and writers. Please fill out a survey below to let us know how you’d like to help.
Bulladora Music Experience debuts June 3-5th at Reverchon Park in the heart of Dallas, and promises a festival experience like none you’ve encountered in Dallas before. Organized by a group of Dallasites aiming to unite and propel their city’s thriving cultural scene, Bulladora is bringing in internationally renowned musicians (Washed Out, Yeasayer, JR JR, and more), while also partnering with the local creatives that make this city great. As a boutique festival focused on quality and details, Bulladora is arranging a variety of sense-stimulating activities to accompany its carefully curated lineup. This includes installations from local artists – we need a variety of compelling pieces that attendees can interact with around the park.
Bulladora Music Experience is founded on two basic principles: progressive thinking and having as much fun as humanly possible. As such, we’re looking for provocative, experimental, eccentric, and lighthearted works of art that stir curiosity and wonder. Bulladora has a unique back story that involves a quirky little creature we call the Pugasus You’re welcome to reference the Tale of the Pugasus and use her as an inspirational muse.
Who: Creators and Artists! Entries from all levels of experience are accepted and selection is based on artistic excellence.
Artist Application Deadline: April 4th, 2016
Where: Reverchon Park
Installation dates: May 31 - June 2, 2016.
Festival Dates: June 3-5, 2016
Learn more: http://bulladora.com
The ninth annual DFW Writers Conference, sponsored by DFW Writers Workshop, has grown to be the premier writers conference in the southwest. The goal is to provide writers with excellent education, networking,and industry exposure at the best value.
This conference is a great opportunity for writers to network with professionals from the publishing industry and to learn more about both the craft and the business of writing.
DFWCon will have 12 visiting literary agents from around the country, eager to meet writers and hear pitches as well as over classes, panels and interactive workshops. As always, attendees will be entitled to a one-on-one pitch session with a literary agent or an editor from a publishing house.
This year Keynote speakers are Christopher Golden, Thomas Kunkel and Tara McKelvey (read below for more information).
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 5:00 PM
Location: Fort Worth Convention Center
Meals: On both Saturday and Sunday, enjoy a networking lunch along with morning and afternoon snacks thanks to the exceptional catering of Wolfgang Puck.
Parking: Free parking and public transportation
Please use code ARTHOUSE2016 for $35.00 off registration fee.
ABOUT KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Golden is the award-winning, bestselling author of such novels as The Myth Hunters, Wildwood Road, The Boys Are Back in Town, The Ferryman, Strangewood, Of Saints and Shadows, and (with Tim Lebbon) The Map of Moments. He has also written books for teens and young adults, including Poison Ink, Soulless, and the thriller series Body of Evidence.
Kunkel is the president of St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin. He has served as president of American Journalism Review and as dean of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. He is the author or editor of Genius in Disguise, Enormous Prayers, Letters from the Editor and Man in Profile: Joseph Mitchell of the New Yorker.
McKelvey, a fellow at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center, is a correspondent for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. She is also a frequent contributor to The New York Times Book Review and the author of Monstering: Inside America’s Policy of Secret Interrogations and Torture in the Terror War. She is now a White House reporter for the BBC.
noun : a reaction or response to a particular process or activity.
Anyone who has explored the creative process understands the value of feedback. Exposing our “works in progress” to the critique of our peers takes courage but also a commitment to producing the best art we can create. Feedback can take our creative endeavors from average to excellent. Art House Dallas wants to provide an encouraging environment within a small group setting to explore your strengths and potential areas of growth as an artist. Groups will always be limited to 6-8 and Art House will facilitate these groups based on writing focus.
Our next FEEDBACK for Writers group will take place on Monday, July 31. Registration details are provided below. Please plan on reading submitted works before coming to FEEDBACK. In order to be prepared, work from each writer in your assigned group will be sent to you beforehand.
Date: Monday, July 31
Time: 6:30p - 8:30p
Location: Union Coffee
REQUIRED: Registering for this event assumes your commitment to read four writings of five pages or less prior to the event (no more than 20 pages total). They will be emailed to you before FEEDBACK. Once registered, please send a copy of your piece to info@ arthousedallas.com by July 20 - if your writing exceeds 5 pages you may send a paragraph summary instead.
Critique Procedure & Guidelines
We will provide questions that each critique should be based on. A member of the group will read the work aloud while others evaluate as they follow along.
Manuscripts should be five pages or less, double-spaced, 12-point font, one-inch margins, header or footer with author name and page numbers. Bring enough copies for each person to have his/her own copy.
Members add handwritten editorial comments on the manuscript and ask questions, point out difficulties, as well as offer suggestions. They may write a summary comment at the end and sign their name.
Questions? Please email us at email@example.com
Art House Dallas & All Saints | Dallas Present:
An Evening with The Brilliance
The Brilliance is made up of duo David Gungor and John Arndt. Through their innovative music with classical roots, the two bring the listener a beautiful example of “new liturgy”. Their songs call listeners to make meaning by situating their life in the deepest mystery of the universe: the Incarnation. Toting rich lyrics and deep theological approaches, The Brilliance hopes to shape and broaden the imagination of all those who stop to listen.
Date: Thursday, October 1, 2015
Time: 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Location: All Saints Dallas - 2733 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219
About Art House Dallas
Following in the footsteps of Art House America, Art House Dallas is continuing the mission of equipping individuals to live imaginative and meaningful lives. Since the offical launch in October of 2010, Art House Dallas hosts multiple events every month to equip the creative community both personally and professionally. In 2016, Art House Dallas will open a new facility in Dallas to serve as an incubator for imagination as well as provide a physical location for artists to connect and create together. For more info, please visit: www.arthousedallas.com
About All Saints Dallas
All Saints Dallas is a Christ centered, Bible teaching, Spirit filled liturgical church. They believe God reveals his love and draws us to worship Him through the Scriptures, the Sacraments and the Spirit, the three streams of a life giving church. Upholding the Biblical and historic essentials of the Christian faith, all of the teaching, preaching and worship seek to offer a vibrant, living relationship with Christ. They rely on the Holy Spirit to lead, guide and empower our worship and work, believing that He operates today as He has throughout history. All Saints Dallas holds weekend services as well as events through the week. For more information, please visit www.allsaintschurchdallas.org
What is Art House Exchange?
Connecting you to others for encouragement and inspiration is fundamental to every Art House event. The Exchange is Art House Dallas' semi-monthly pub gathering, providing active creators an opportunity for collaboration and discussion. It can be difficult to find a sounding board for ideas, or even just a group of engaged, like-minded people. We hope Art House Exchange will be the social and spiritual nourishment you need.
The evening includes facilitated yet casual discussion in groups of 6-8 for 45 minutes, and then opens up for a time for general conversation and networking.
No donation is necessary to attend this Art House Exchange.
Date: Thursday, August 31, 2017
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: The British Beverage Co.
If you think you can join us, please take a moment to RSVP below for the Exchange. Feel free to invite your friends — we would love them be a part of our community as we explore what it looks like to live artful and faithful lives.
Every writer hangs words in their just position so as to give space to the world seen within. Only the right words will do and serve that world well. For the Love of Words is an evening intended specifically for writers, to gather together for the sake of community, discussion and, of course, words. At this gathering, we will feature two local authors as well as a time for dialogue to meet those around you. We hope you will come make friends, discuss current writing projects, favorite books read, and discover collaborative opportunities!
Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Place: Toasted Coffee + Kitchen (upstairs loft) | 5420 Ross Ave #180, Dallas, TX 75206
Cost: Complimentary. Drinks and appetizers will also be served.
ABOUT MUSIC & COPYRIGHTS
Students from Texas A&M University School of Law will present, “Music and Copyrights, The Legal Aspects of the Music Business” on June 6 at 10:00 a.m. This presentation will address copyright, licensing, and infringement issues facing artists in the music industry. The students will focus on the copyrightability and ownership of songs, royalties obtained from songs through licensing, and basic infringement issues facing artists. The important time to learn about these legal issues is before they are a problem that could potentially cause an artist to suffer through costly litigation or serious monetary injury. This presentation will also be followed by a panel discussion from attorneys in the entertainment industry including: Andrea Perez of Kessler Collins, P.C and Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts; and Melissa Eckhause of Texas A&M School of Law and the Art Institute of Fort Worth.
Date: Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 10:00am - 11:30am
Place: British Beverage Co.
Cost: FREE, Registration Required, Breakfast & Drinks Not Included
Event Partners: Texas A&M, Open Classical & TALA
ABOUT LITTLE BOY
In our ongoing effort to support creativity that encourages our culture, we are pleased to announce that we will be helping to sponsor a “theater takeover” for the release of the film, LITTLE BOY. We want to invite you to take part on April 23rd, 2015, at 7:00 PM at the AMC Northpark Cinema.
LITTLE BOY is a powerful, moving, family-friendly film about a little boy who is willing to do whatever it takes to bring his dad home from World War II. Written and directed by Alejandro Monteverde, LITTLE BOY highlights themes of faith, hope, service and love in the face of adversity. Alejandro and Metanoia Films also produced the film BELLA in 2006.
Though based in Los Angeles, they are dear friends of Art House Dallas, and we are thrilled to take part in their latest release.