14 Mar 2014

Meet Ed Sholty, Volunteer Extraordinaire

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Ed Sholty has often said “We want your talent, time and treasure for the Bath House.” As he says, so he does. Ed’s contributions range from writing about and promoting the BHCC in many articles and editions of our Playbill, coordinating FBHCC participation in ArtsPARK for two years, helping host artists’ receptions, to moving furniture, […]

14 Mar 2014

“Couples: Half & Half” Exhibition – Together Yet Separate

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This exhibition, up through April 19, highlights the artistic accomplishments of sixteen couples from the DFW region who have achieved significant recognition in the visual arts scene of North Texas. Although some of these artists have collaborated with each other as a couple in a number of projects, each of them has gained acclaim and […]

30 Jan 2014

Artist-Curator’s Passion Celebrated in 20th Anniversary El Corazón Exhibition

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Sometimes you follow your heart and end up in the right place. When visual artist José Vargas was invited to curate the first El Corazón Exhibition in Deep Ellum in 1993, he had had little curatorial experience. But as he explains, “Somehow, organizing exhibitions felt like a natural thing for me to do.” That successful […]

29 Jan 2014

20th Anniversary Celebration of El Corazón Exhibition!

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More than fifty local and regional artists participated in this commemorative exhibition. The anniversary show featured new works of art created specifically for the occasion as well as a collection of artwork that adorned the Bath House gallery walls in previous Corazón exhibitions. Exhibition Curator Jose Vargas was inspired by a picture of a heart […]

16 Dec 2013

Installation Behind Bath House Cultural Center Shed New Light on Public Art

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IT WORKED! In response to an invitation from the Bath House Cultural Center, MAP (Make Art with a Purpose) asked Wanda Dye to design and construct a light installation from recycled and repurposed materials to be placed at the edge of White Rock Lake for protecting resident geese from attack by coyotes. The installation was […]

30 Jul 2013

Friends Make “A Place to Perform” Come Clean” at Bath House Cultural Center

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The most beloved piece of public art at White Rock Lake, “A Place to Perform,” by Dallas artist Linnea Glatt, was treated to a good cleaning and sealing by the Park & Recreation Department and the Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center last week. The City of Dallas has no funds in the operating […]

11 Jun 2013

Spring and Summer, Arts & Culture Rock the Bath House

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By Ed Sholty, board member, Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center We like to say that “Art happens everyday at the Bath House.” And this spring and summer, several exhibitions are installed and plays presented for your enjoyment at the Bath House Cultural Center (BHCC): “Fifteen Minutes to Curtain!” complements the 15th Annual Festival […]

11 Jun 2013

Thriving Minds Summer Camp: Planting Seeds for Art to Grow at the Bath House Cultural Center

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Usually we don’t see art in the making. But under the right conditions art happens, and we get to see a personal expression of creativity. Creating a fertile, safe environment for art and learning to happen for budding artists grades 3-8, is the everyday business of the Thriving Minds Program, a partnership between the City of Dallas […]