Culture Calendar

Welcome to the Culture Calendar, a resource to connect arts patrons with Dallas’ vibrant arts community! The Center strives to be a catalyst for the artistic growth of Dallas and to showcase creative excellence in every corner of the city. The Culture Calendar is the perfect tool to find venues, performances, and arts exhibitions in neighborhoods all across the city.

We work closely with the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture (OAC) to support and promote the work of organizations and venues it funds. Hosting the Culture Calendar is one way the Center lives out its commitment to strengthening and growing a thriving arts community.

North Texas Ballet Folklórico Competition at AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas, Texas on February 8, 2023
Feb 28

Japan, Form and Function: The Montgomery Collection

Now - Apr 14, 2024

A landmark exhibition featuring numerous works never before seen in the U.S., Japan, Form & Function: The Montgomery Collection, will open Saturday, April 15, 2023, at the Crow Museum of Asian Art in the downtown Dallas Arts District (2010 Flora St.,...
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Feb 28

Tiffany Chung: Rise Into the Atmosphere

Now - Aug 03, 2025

The sixth iteration of the Museum’s Concourse mural series will feature an installation by Houston-based artist Tiffany Chung, who is internationally known for her diverse conceptual work and research-driven process dealing with sociopolitical iss...

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Tiffany Chung: Rise Into the Atmosphere
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Feb 28

T. rex: The Ultimate Predator

Now - Sep 22, 2024

A new exhibition explores the latest research and discoveries about tyrannosaurs with a spotlight on the most impressive member of the family— T. rex. Learn about the iconic dinosaur through life-size models, fossil casts and interactive stations. Sp...
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Feb 28

Encuentros: Latinx + Latin American Acquisitions

Now - Oct 11, 2025

"Encuentros: Latinx + Latin American Acquisitions" draws together recently acquired works by Latinx and Latin American artists working in a variety of materials, mediums and styles. The show taps into emerging themes within the DMA’s collection, such...
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Encuentros: Latinx + Latin American Acquisitions
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Feb 28

Backs in Fashion: Mangbetu Women's Egbe

Now - Aug 03, 2025

"Backs in Fashion: Mangbetu Women's Egbe" explores the art of the egbe, a back apron garment created by upper-class Mangbetu women. This exhibition investigates the artistic process, the essential function and cultural role that egbe garments played...
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Feb 28

Trey Burns: Prairie Piece

Now - Apr 21, 2024

Dallas-based multi-media artist Trey Burns, posits relationships between North Texan history, politics, and ecology through a network of sculpture, writing, and video.
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Trey Burns: Prairie Piece
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Feb 28

Sarah Sze

Now - Aug 18, 2024

For her solo exhibition at Nasher Sculpture Center, artist Sarah Sze invites viewers into a collection of new, site-specific works across three intrepid gallery spaces. Always attuned to the built environment, Sze’s new installations will integrat...

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Sarah Sze
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Feb 28

He Said/She Said: Contemporary Women Artists Interject

Now - Jul 21, 2024

Join women artists from the 1970s to today in questioning the myth of the sole male genius. The women artists featured in He Said/She Said: Contemporary Women Artists Interject strategically appropriate the contributions of male artists to create...

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Feb 28

Love Island: Japanese Weddings of the Edo Period

Now - Oct 06, 2024

This installation features a selection of elegant and luxurious bridal objects on loan from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, including a black and gold lacquer toilette set that once belonged to a member of the Tokugawa ruling clan, an incense guess...
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Love Island: Japanese Weddings of the Edo Period
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