Arlington on Tap, the popular mix of TED-type talks blended with happy hours at Downtown Arlington bars and bistros, welcomes AMA 2019 Artist-in-Residence Amy Schultz. Amy will discuss her exhibition, MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition. Free admission; food/beverage purchase are on you. Arlington on Tap is hosted by O.K. Carter and presented by Downtown Arlington Management Corp.
The Arlington Museum of Art invites you to a talk with our 2019 Artist-in-Residence, Amy J. Schultz. Amy will discuss and take your questions about the ongoing evolution of MUMENTOUS as a multi-faceted concept and artistic endeavor. Light refreshments will be served. Free admission, RSVP required.
Join us for the reception of Home and Heritage: Recognizing Diversity! Come enjoy wine, cheese and a chance to meet some fo the artists.
AMA's 2019 Artist-in-Residence Amy Schultz joins five acclaimed North Texas authors for this open-house style event. Stop by Urban Alchemy Coffee + Wine Bar anytime from 3-5pm, enjoy great wine + coffee, and chat with the authors/artists about their latest and upcoming projects. They'll have books for sale, offer book-signing opportunities, and a chance to win a fun raffle prize that any bibliophile would treasure. Free admission.
We are celebrating 2 famous composers with the first name of Sergei! Sergei Rachmaninoff not only composed the greatest and most beautiful piano concertos, but also songs, which are not often performed. Our tenor Don O’Neal LeBlanc will perform his most loved songs by Rachmaninoff, and soprano Judith Rodriguez will sing the beautiful Rachmaninoff “Vocalise” and more. Sergio Cepeda will sing a Russian folk song and preview his November program. All will be accompanied by pianist Dr. Heejung Kang, violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth, and cellist Dr. Sara Birnbaum Hood. The instrumental trio will also perform “Romeo and Juliet Suite” by Sergei Prokofiev, music in chamber music form from his most famous score for ballet. We have also found some colorful music that describes the seasons. Post-concert party as usual with complimentary wine and soft drinks, fruit/cheese/desserts buffet, and pianist Erik Barnes will take your musical requests. Table seating for 2 or up to 9. $33-15. Tickets and info at timelessconcerts.com. Concert 8:00 pm, (doors open no earlier than 7:30.)
Join us for a free lecture by Carlos Donjuan. Donjuan is a Senior Lecturer in the Art Department at UTA. He is also a co-founder of the Dallas Artist Collective ‘Sour Grapes’ which has created many public indoor and outdoor murals.
This talk will discuss public mural art and its process, backgrounds in graffiti and the social communication impulses that these forms of artworks use as public communicative outreach like so many of Keith Haring’s works.