The 12 Days of Christmas at Dallas Arboretum – A holiday must see

by Gabi De la Rosa on December 3, 2015

With the holidays coming up, the kids will be out of school and family will be visiting from out of town. What to do? If you’d like a world class experience that can be enjoyed...

Sculptor Jason Mehl Showcases Nature-Inspired Exhibit at Oak Cliff Studio

by Elaine Krackau on November 5, 2015

Jason Mehl is a Dallas-based sculptor currently in the middle of an exhibit of new works, “Intuitive Geometry,” at his studio in Oak Cliff which runs through December 5th. From climbing mountains in South Korea...

International Art Show Pops Up in Austin

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 21, 2015

What’s more exciting than an international art show with groundbreaking light-based installations? A simultaneous art show on the grounds of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, of course. This weekend, the world’s most innovative...

Texas Book Festival: Meet the Authors

by Elaine Krackau on October 5, 2015

Every October, the Live Music Capital of the World transforms into the Book Mecca of the State. This year's Texas Book Festival, taking place October 17 & 18, marks the 20th anniversary of the literary event...

A Love Story for the Ages

by Julie Tereshchuk on August 12, 2015

San Antonio native Patricia Vonne—featured in TLM’s summer print magazine with an article about her latest album release—also won the Audience Award for Best Music Video at the 2015 Cine Las Americas International Film Festival...

Landscapes of Texas – The Frank Reaugh Exhibit

by Julie Tereshchuk on August 5, 2015

Frank Reaugh arrived in Texas by covered wagon in 1876 and went on to create a series of iconic paintings while riding with trail drivers at the height of Texas' cattle roundups. His work ranged...

Austin’s Natural Oasis: The Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum

by Julie Tereshchuk on June 17, 2015

Looking for a family friendly, off-the-beaten-path experience this summer in Austin? Then head over to the intriguing Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum, which represents so much that is quintessentially Austin: superb art casually set in...

What We’re Reading: Oh! You Pretty Things

by Marika Flatt on June 8, 2015

Oh! You Pretty Things by Shanna Mahin (Dutton) is a fun read set in Los Angeles about life on the fringe of celebrity and the people who push you down on their way up. Much like Mahin...

“Icons in Transformation” Art Show

by By Val Valdez on May 18, 2015

Art has a way of getting things out of the system. A purging of emotions, such as love, grief and anger and joy. It frees the soul. That was the approach Russian-born artist Ludmilia Pawlowska...