Following the breathtaking opening of an international trifecta of exhibitions, the Dallas Contemporary will be hosting a series of educational events on-location and around the city. Explore art at the DC alongside curators, lecturers, and historians - free of charge.
DC Public Tours - Enoc Perez
Saturday February 24, 12 PM
Join the DC crew for an hour-long walkthrough of Enoc Perez's Liberty & Restraint with DC's Harper LaRoux. Explore modernist architecture and contemporary art through Perez's new body of work that engages Philip Johnson’s legacy in Texas.
Philip Johnson Biographical Lecture by Hilary Lewis
Tuesday March 6, 7 PM
As an accompaniment to Enoc Perez’s exhibition Liberty & Restraint, join Dallas Contemporary and Hilary Lewis, the Chief Curator and Creative Director of The Glass House, for a walk through Philip Johnson’s life and work as an art collector and architect. This event is in collaboration with The Dallas Architecture Forum.
Cathedral of Hope
5910 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, Texas 75235
A Look At Print in Fashion History with Annette Becker
Thursday March 8, 6 PM
Join us for a lecture inspired by Mary Katrantzou’s exhibition Mary, Queen of Prints. Annette Becker, Director of the Texas Fashion Collection, will discuss the role of prints in fashion design, innovations in technology, and fashion as fine art. Mary, Queen of Prints will be open for viewing by attendees after the lecture concludes.
The Beck House Tour - Free with required reservation
Saturday, March 10, 1 PM
As a part of Enoc Perez's Liberty & Restraint, The Beck House, a private residence designed by the late architect Philip Johnson, will open to the public for a home tour featuring an installation of Enoc Perez's work. Jeff Bogert, The Beck House Manager, will lead the tour.
For reservations or more info, please email: email@example.com
The Beck House address will be sent privately upon making your reservation.
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