A Dragon Dance, Carnival Games and Boba — Vietnamese Student Association Hosts the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Senior theater student Melanie Peterman stage manages the last play of the semester, “Lysistrata.”
Midnight Market is back! And with it, comes an array of food and entertainment from diverse cultures.
Jeremiah Onifadé delves into his latest artworks, as well as his upcoming 2021 exhibition plans at the local gallery, Site 131, encouraging students to keep their “childhood artistic spirit close to their hearts.”
SMU students formed relationships and explored diversity through cultural conversation at Tea Connections last Thursday.
Head of VIP Relations at Dallas Art Fair, Sarah Blagden, speaks to the creation of Culture Place, a digital contemporary marketplace launched by the fair earlier last month.
Food, fun and Fear Factor at EASA Night Market 2019.
SMU’s India Student Association celebrated Diwali with dancing, live entertainment and music.
The Fashion Opera celebrated 100 years of African-American culture at their Uptown Harlem event June 23 in Irving with custom eveningwear created by their in-house designer Antonio Wingfield. The elaborate … Read More
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