Upcoming Programs

The Smart Project

Visual Art Workshop | Saturdays, September 16 – November 19

Through their creative curriculum, The Smart Project strives to teach creative skills and character traits that will equip students with developmental skills that are beneficial for future careers in arts and technology.

Students will be exposed to enrichment activities and academic learning. The teaching Artists will observe and access strategies to retain student engagement during developmental projects. Students will be regularly urged to participate and reflect during creative exploratory learning.

To learn more and register for fall classes, click here.


Into the Jungle Exhibition

September 17 – October 8 | Free and open to the general public during regular business hours

The Dallas premiere of the exhibition Into the Jungle births a new legacy for Dallas Future Fashion Designers. The exhibition brings to life the world of the tropical jungle – from the bold and brassy big cats to the beautiful blushing bird of paradise.

All forms of jungle life can be seen through the eyes of designers Taylor Sharper, J Romero, and Monsieur Alexander. Within the South Dallas Cultural Center Arthello Beck Gallery will live the Jungle Oasis. Guests will be immersed Into the Jungle as they journey through the exhibit.

To learn more, click here.


kNOwBOX Dance Film Festival 2022

October 13 – October 15 | Time varies

In its 4th year as an independent film festival, the mission of the NBFF is to curate dance films that explore an innovative approach to collaboration, mixed media, and interdisciplinary filmmaking. These films are selected based on their ability to challenge the possibilities of what dance can look like in video form. The NBFF values experimental, multicultural, multi-genre, and technological dance films. The NB team believes experiencing art–and more specifically experiencing art via dance and film–creates opportunities for understanding other perspectives. 

The kNOwBOX dance (NB) organization is dedicated to creating a more equitable and inclusive dance field for all by fostering trans-geographical networking, highlighting diverse and underrepresented voices (e.g. black, indigenous, people of color, and women), creating opportunities for artists, and engaging audiences both on and offline via their programming. 

To learn more and rsvp tickets, click here.


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