Deep Ellum Newsletter

July 15, 2021

Celebrate Independent Venue Week at Art Co.!

Deep Ellum Art Co.
3200 Commerce Street
Thursday, July 15 through Sunday, July 18, 2021

It is Independent Venue Week is taking place across the nation and Deep Ellum Art Co. has plenty going on to help you celebrate! Check out their upcoming events this weekend and get your tickets today!

July 15: Tippy Balady
July 17: Pancakes & Booze
July 18: Astro James
PhotoGraffiti: A Photography Exhibit Curated by Andrew Sherman

Deep Ellum Night Market

Flea Style
3009 Commerce Street
Thursday, July 15, 2021

Join Flea Style tonight to shop 12+ local small businesses in their parking lot! Plus enjoy free drinks and music while you shop!

Deep Ellum Wine Walk: Summer in the City!

2650 Main Street
Thursday, July 15, 2021

Oh, those summer nights, perfect for exploring Deep Ellum with your crew!

Sip & Shop through awesome neighborhood venues this July, as the Wine Walk continues their exciting Summer Shopping Series in Dallas’ premiere entertainment district, full of amazing restaurants, legendary music venues, dazzling street art, and so much more.

Reserve your limited edition glass now with the presale offer at this ticket link, and it’ll be waiting for you when you arrive at the event. It’s so easy breezy!

This month’s featured glass is by local, teaching artist Justin Clumpner. Stay tuned for a sneak peek at his gorgeous design.

Kettle Art Proudly Presents 'Life Goes On'

Kettle Art
2650 Main Street
Opening Reception on Thursday, July 22, 2021

Kettle Art proudly presents ‘Life Goes On,’ a solo exhibition by artist Mahsa Moein.

Mahsa is a Dallas-based arts educator, who was born in the magnificent, breathtaking, poetic land of Iran. Her art incorporates bold, dynamic colors layered in lyrical still life and landscape compositions. Inspiration is derived from her native landscape, with its majestic mountain ranges, vast oceans, sweeping deserts, and tall cypress trees that reach higher than the sky itself, and by the colorful, handmade rugs found in historic, covered bazaars filled with the scents of rose water and saffron.

“I have brought my love of art, my colors, shapes, and contrasts, and even my brush strokes, from my home. My inspiration appears on my canvas untamed, creating subconscious connections between the beauties and complexities of my country. My work speaks of the inherent poetry, politics, dance, and sounds, striking against the limits that society has put in place for women.”

Get Around Deep Ellum Like a Pro

Did you know Deep Ellum has over 1000 new parking spaces? Get around the neighborhood like a pro this summer by following the Deep Ellum guide! Learn more at the Deep Ellum Foundation website. 

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