Texas Commission for the Arts grants deadlines

Texas Commission on the Arts | 920 Colorado, 5th Floor, Austin, TX 78701 TCA has a few upcoming application deadlines. As always, the TCA staff is happy to discuss your goals and eligibility to determine which programs are right for you—you can schedule a virtual appointment with a staff member. You may also request that a TCA staff member review … Continue reading Texas Commission for the Arts grants deadlines

Meadows Museum Annual Survey

Will you please help us by sharing your thoughts about how the Meadows Museum, and museums broadly, can better support and engage you in 2021? Please take our survey.Why this survey?We at the Meadows care deeply about making the art we share with you, our community, and visitors, meaningful.But we need your help. In these … Continue reading Meadows Museum Annual Survey

Holiday Gift Guide at the Nasher

MAKE IT MERRY Introducing your artful guide for holiday cheer. Festive Finds Find unique gift ideas - whether you're shopping for the quirky art student or elegant fashionista. Save 25%* during Black Friday weekend / November 27–30. Use code FRIDAY25.Shop Now Holly Jolly Members Give the joy of art to someone you love. Make an … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide at the Nasher

Crow Museum Re-Opening

We are reopening Friday, September 18! We look forward to welcoming you back safely to the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas. Please find our updated safety protocols to ensure a safe and welcoming visit. Crow Museum of Asian Art, 2010 Flora St., Dallas, TX 75201Hours of OperationThe Museum … Continue reading Crow Museum Re-Opening

A Letter from the Friends of the Bath House

August 18, 2020 The Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center represent a community of 6,000 people who support the Arts in Dallas and the Bath House Cultural Center.   The Bath House Cultural Center (BHCC) is being devastated by budget cuts. The Manager, Marty Van Kleeck, was compelled to take retirement and funding for … Continue reading A Letter from the Friends of the Bath House

Garland Grants

GCAC 2020-21 Grant Program The Garland Cultural Arts Commission, Inc. is pleased to announce the 2020-21 Grant Program for local arts groups, historic preservation organizations and other artistic entities.Applications are now available at the Granville Arts Center Box Office, located at 300 N. Fifth Street in Downtown Garland. Applications will be available between 10 a.m. … Continue reading Garland Grants

Solving the Holiday Gift Dilemma: Get the TCA Plate that Supports the Arts

Perhaps you're gearing up for some holiday-related gift-giving in the next few months? Perhaps some of the people you're shopping for are hard to find gifts for? Trust us, we understand! If your loved ones live in Texas, we've got a win-win solution for you. Get them Texas Commission on the Arts - TCA's State … Continue reading Solving the Holiday Gift Dilemma: Get the TCA Plate that Supports the Arts

Grant Deadlines, Strategic Planning & Grant Writing Webinars, TCA’s Next Budget, and More!

Note: items selected from TCA's December 2018 newsletter -- subscribe for yourself at http://www.arts.texas.gov/about-us/tca-newsletter/ Texas Commission on the Arts http://www.arts.texas.gov Upcoming TCA Application Deadlines: TCA has several upcoming application deadlines. As always, the TCA staff is happy to discuss your goals and eligibility to determine which programs are right for you. You may also request … Continue reading Grant Deadlines, Strategic Planning & Grant Writing Webinars, TCA’s Next Budget, and More!

The Draft Dallas Cultural Plan – Feedback & Activation Workshops

The Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs along with the Lord Cultural Resources team including BC Workshop, HR&A Advisors, and Idyllic Interactive is pleased to present the Draft Dallas Cultural Plan. A high point in this yearlong cultural planning effort, which included in-depth regional, national and international research, engagement across every zip code and district in … Continue reading The Draft Dallas Cultural Plan – Feedback & Activation Workshops

The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum Relocates to the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards and Exchange District

Fort Worth, TX...The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum will open the doors of its new home located at the Cobden Building, 2029 North Main Street in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards and Exchange District on Thursday, August 30, 2018, at 12 Noon! The museum houses pieces of memorabilia, artifacts and historical documents celebrating men and … Continue reading The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum Relocates to the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards and Exchange District