Your contribution provides critical funding to aid in supporting the Bath House Cultural Center’s performing and visual arts programs together with enhancing the the user experience through improvements of the landmark building. Benefits Click here to see notecards and artwork selections. Choose your membership level and click on the corresponding icon below to be directed […]
The Bath House’ Theme for This Year is A TRIBUTE TO ARTISTS. In 2016, the Bath House Cultural Center will be commemorating 35 years of creating and presenting visual and performing art programs. This year also marks the 30th Anniversary of the center’s annual Día de los Muertos exhibition. To celebrate these significant milestones, we […]
One of our most esteemed members of the theatre, Ronnie Claire Edwards is remembered in this lovely tribute.
The third Dallas Arts Week, April 9-17, 2016, will be a city-wide celebration of Dallas arts, designed to build awareness and appreciation for the cultural renaissance occurring in our city. https://www.facebook.com/DallasArtsWeek/ The Dallas Art Fair will also partner with Dallas Arts Week, which includes an exhibition by Irving Penn at the DMA, Karl Holmqvist at the Power Station, and shows […]
With recent elections and positions finalized, the Board of Directors for the Friends of the Bath House assembled for a group photo before their February 2016 meeting. Photographed on the veranda of the Bath House at sunset. President Mimi Jernigan Treasurer Ann Gaspari First Vice President and Gala Chair Teresa Bond Secretary Chris Winter Communications Chair […]
We’re excited to announce that our second annual fundraiser is underway! On April 16, from 7 til 10pm, we are putting together a party filled with entertainment, catered hors d’oeuvres, fun activities (pucker up!) an expanded and juried fine art silent auction, and fine wine! Come back here (often!) for more details or catch the […]
Contributed by Ed Sholty Most of us did lots of coloring as kids. You know, taking preprinted pages of ornamental designs and applying color to them. (Personally, I didn’t do much of it. Mom was an elementary school art teacher. Her thing was creativity. Coloring books were anathema in the Sholty household.) So, when I […]