The seventh annual celebration of Dallas arts and culture features 
the Mayor’s final Creative Conversation, Dallas Art Fair, SOLUNA and more


Mayor Mike Rawlings will kick off the third Dallas Arts Month with a news conference at noon on March 27, 2019, at Dallas City Hall. The month-long celebration brings artists, arts organizations and residents together to experience Dallas’ flourishing arts scene.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
12pm (or immediately following Council break)

Dallas City Hall, 1st Floor Lobby

Mayor Mike Rawlings
Councilwoman Sandy Greyson, Chair of Quality of Life, Arts and Culture Committee
Community Artists Program (CAP) artists, Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico and Len Barnett & Percussion Things

The City of Dallas, Office of Cultural Affairs is also celebrating its 30th anniversary in April. A full list of events can be found on  Dallas residents and visitors can participate in hundreds of arts and cultural offerings throughout the city including festivals, plays, concerts, exhibitions and literary events. There are several community events, which are free and open to the public, and special ticketed events. The Mayor’s seventh Creative Conversation will discuss art, politics and social change, and will be held on April 8th at the Moody Performance Hall. For its fifth year, the Dallas Symphony’s Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family SOLUNA International Music and Arts Festival will take place in April, coinciding with Dallas Arts Month and the Dallas Art Fair.

About Dallas Arts Month
Dallas Arts Month, first launched by Mayor Mike Rawlings as Dallas Arts Week, is a city-wide celebration of Dallas arts held in the month of April. Arts Month is designed to build awareness and appreciation for the work of Dallas artists and organizations and foster creative learning and activity throughout the city. Residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in events and programming offered by art and cultural institutions from all disciplines. For more information, please visit

Patricia Blasquez