The 27th edition of El Corazón (The Heart), curated by Jose Garza and overseen by Enrique Fernandez Cervantes, presented a splendid collection of art spanning across all media. These images are but a microcosm of all the work on exhibit at El Corazón 2022! We’ve waited so long, and this show was most satisfying! Come […]
Due to inclement weather, the Bath House staff has decided to close the building on Thursday and, possibly, Friday. Losing two days for installing the El Corazón exhibition means that the show will not be ready for an opening on February 5, as planned, nor do we want to encourage our patrons to drive to […]
Reception: Saturday, December 4, 2021 (5-8 PM) Featuring music by Stephen Houpt and Solvay Linde. The Ageless Passion exhibition is a project that was created by the exhibition curator, Susan Lecky, to highlight the extraordinary talent, commitment, vision, and excellence of artists from the North Texas region who are over the age of 65. The exhibition […]
This year, on Sunday, October 17, we extended the opening from Noon to 6 pm, and we greeted many of our friends who came out to see the much-loved show and recent renovations. The “Día de los Muertos: The Everlasting Bond” exhibit will run through November 6. Come on by and see these creative and […]
Recent Artwork by Kelly B. Morris Curated by Jose Vargas September 4-October 2, 2021 Meet the Artist: Saturday, September 4, 2021 (6-8 PM) – Featuring a live jazz performance by Percussion Things It has been said that some environments can affect the work of artists in certain ways. That seems to be true for artist Kelly B. Morris. In […]
The Bath House Cultural Center will begin a gradual reopening of its gallery programs with its annual El Corazón exhibition scheduled for February. Just like in previous installments of the El Corazón exhibition, the curator of the show, Jose Vargas, has selected a wonderfully eclectic variety of art pieces in different media that are inspired […]
José started putting on “El Corazón” art show annually in 1993, giving hundreds of local artists the chance to showcase their work over the past 25 years. To learn more about El Corazon’s long-time curator, read his very cool review in the Oak Cliff Advocate here.