BIG BARRE PRESENTED BY AT&T PERFORMING ARTS CENTER & TITAS PRESENTS
Ballet barres fill Sammons Park for Big Barre, an annual outdoor ballet class for everyone. All levels of dancers are welcome to experience this fun outdoor ballet class in the beautiful Dallas Arts District.
Click here for more information about Big Barre with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet on October 27.
RELIANT LIGHTS YOUR HOLIDAYS
Reliant lights up the holidays at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, so bring your entire family for an evening of holiday magic. We’ll illuminate the Center’s campus with dazzling LED lights to celebrate the arrival of the holiday season. This FREE festival includes kids’ arts and crafts, a gigantic fireworks show, a holiday concert and Santa!
Check back soon for information about this year’s Reliant Lights Your Holidays.
PI DAY FESTIVAL
Presented in partnership with talkSTEM, the annual Pi Day Festival showcases the many ways in which math impacts our world – in art, in nature, in science and more. Enjoy fun math-related activities from a variety of exhibitors in Sammons Park. The Pi Day Festival is always celebrated on March 14.
Check back soon for information about the 2019 Pi Day Festival.
DALLAS YOGA AND FITNESS FESTIVAL
Benefiting the AT&T Performing Arts Center’s education and community engagement programs, this annual festival celebrates being active in all forms with more than 40 fitness classes spread across the Center’s campus.
Check back soon for more information about the 2019 Dallas Yoga and Fitness Festival on April 6.
Take a self-guided tour of the Dallas Arts District and discover real-world applications of mathematics along the way. You will notice things you may have passed by many times, appreciate the unexpected connections between art, architecture, math, science, engineering and technology and flex those problem-solving muscles. Click here for more info.
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is proud to support STEAM education by partnering with the nonprofit talkSTEM. walkSTEM@Dallas Arts District was designed by Dr. Glen Whitney, walkSTEM Adviser and Founder of the National Museum of Mathematics in New York.