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The exhibition features costumes, photos, videos and memorabilia from the first 40 years of the groundbreaking dance company. It highlights the many accomplishments of African Americans and other minorities who dared to overcome social barriers and prejudice to pursue their passion, paving the way for future generations of world class dancers. Organized by Dance Theatre of Harlem, California African American Museum and The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington D.C.
2/22 – 3/29
Students 6-10 can join the party in this six session mask making class as they learn about the history and culture behind Mardi Gras. They will create amazing masks from acrylic felt decorated with metallic paint, glitter glue, rhinestones and more transformed by their imaginations and fantastic creations. Instructor: Linda Disosway is a mixed media artist and educator who teaches and exhibits throughout Dallas, Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. 2-4 p.m. l Art Lab l $75; … …