Bath House Cultural Center
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“The 2nd annual Lake-a-Palooza! Music and Arts Festival is a free event produced by the Friends of the Bath House. The festival includes 4 stages...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Dallas and North Texas-area artists. Artists in the show include: Cate Baker, Sue Benner, Christopher Bingha, David Blow, Bernard Bortnick, Du...Read More
“STONE SOUP is designed as a roving dinner, that spotlights spaces cultivating the Arts in our community, funding micro-grants for creative projects in North Texas....Read More
A group exhibition featuring works by Andres Aceves, Mirtha Aertker, Pablo Azar, Rita Barnard, Jessica Bell, Kimberly Bradshaw Meadows, Kristina Carbrey, Sara Cardona, Kim Carothers, Andrea...Read More
The exhibition A Celebration of Color is curated by Susan Lecky and includes works by twenty local and regional artists “whose works vibrantly illustrate the radiance,...Read More
A show featuring works celebrating the Day of the Dead.
A show of works by artist Freddie McCoo. In his paintings, McCoo uses symbols and texts that have to be decoded by the viewer.
A show featuring works by Ruda Anderson, Maureen Brouillette, Jenny DeLaughter, Viola Delgado, Cecelia Feld, Nancy Ferro, Susan Lecky, Mylan Nguyen, Silvia Thornton, Cecilia Thurman, Edith...Read More
A show of paintings by Dallas-based artist S. Chuck McCarter. The pieces in the exhibition combine scenes from the artist’s experiences with images from his imagination.
A show of paintings by artists Fannie Brito, Teri Muse, and Diane Walker-Gladney. The pieces in the exhibition explore “the power granted by the art of...Read More
“Emily Loving and Marilyn Waligore construct photographs using imagery culled from the experience of spaces and objects that they encounter in their urban wanderings. Both...Read More
A screening/performance of newly imagined soundtracks for three iconic silent films.
An exhibition celebrating the work of sixteen local and regional women printmakers.
Fitting for Valentine’s Day: an exhibition about the heart. Featuring works by Thomas Alonso, Robin Bachtler Cushman, Mauricio Stephan Barragan, Sal Barron, Dan Birlew, Lindsay Brennan,...Read More
An exhibition of aluminum prints that hint at themes of ecological conservation, deserted landscapes, and post-apocalyptical worlds.
An exhibition of works by artists who draw inspiration from the life and art of Frida Kahlo.
“One of the longest-running Día de los Muertos events in the region, this exhibition of altars and contemporary art draws inspiration from the ancient Mexican...Read More
The Smaller Exotics of Texas (or, How the Barren Ground Caribou Would Never Occupy the Same Space as the Javelina)
An exhibition of works that express various ways of interacting with the Texas landscape. The exhibition is curated by Diane Durant & Adam Neese.
A group exhibition focusing on constructions of identity amid an imagined post-apocalyptic cultural landscape, including works by artist Dwayne Carter, Mona Kasra, Randall Garrett, Michael...Read More
The 21st installment of the Bath House Cultural Center’s popular annual exhibition featuring diverse creations by nearly 40 artists–all inspired by the heart (el corazón)....Read More
Dallas-area artists Dan Richard Barber, Philip Goodman, Essie P. Graham, and Sharon O’Callaghan Shero use alternative photography and image manipulation methods in exploring ideas and...Read More
This thematic, group show based on ideas of lightness and gravity defiance features small photographic prints by Lori Bandi, Tatyana Bessmertnaya, Chris Burt, Gabrielle Castañeda-Pruitt,...Read More
The second installment of the annual Curate+Collaborate Exhibition Series pairs up Dallas mixed media artists Rita Barnard and Jacque Forsher as the co-curators. Artists who...Read More
Eight young, medium-bending visual artists from North Central Texas, including Kim Alexander, Ashley Bryan, Bernardo Cantu, Sam England, Tim Harding, Sedrick Huckaby, Diane Sikes and...Read More
In conjunction with the University of Texas at Dallas, the Bath House Cultural Center presents Art of the Everyday, a two-part exhibition curated by Marilyn...Read More
The Bath House Cultural Center offers up a group show featuring 8 female printmakers, including Cecelia Feld (shown).