Deep Ellum Texas Newsletter for November 16, 2016
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Deep Ellum Wine Walk

Kettle Art Gallery
Thursday, November 17, 2016

Time flies when you're having fun!

Two years ago, Deep Ellum rolled out the red carpet for the neighborhood's first wine walk, and history was made. Since then, we've welcomed thousands upon thousands of friends for the best of times each month at the city's finest shops. This month, we are honored to present a very special celebration of our 2nd birthday, with a glass that is designed by the community!
Dear Neighbor
2644 Elm Street
November 17 - December 15, 2016

In the spirit of connecting and bring the people of Dallas together during a time when it's needed more than ever, an interactive art installation will be launched in Deep Ellum with the singular goal of helping unite our community. We'll invite people to write a note to a neighbor that expresses their gratitude, hopes, dreams or something they love about their community and hang it in our gallery for others to see.

Participants will be encouraged to take photos of their note and share it with #MakeItCommunity.

The gallery will be open to the public from Thursday, November 17th through December 15th. It's free of charge thanks to funding provided by Community Coffee. 
The Lay of the Land: Installation by Frances Bagley
Kirk Hopper Fine Art
Saturday, November 19, 2016

Kirk Hopper Fine Art is pleased to feature a new site-specific artwork by artist Frances Bagley, entitled "Lay of the Land." The exhibit will feature one of Bagley's most impressive works to date and will continue until December 22, 2016. In this installation, Bagley extends her use of visual metaphors and objects in conjunction with considered space to examine a disposition of oblique circumstances in relation to the human condition. 

Mirror: As If It Were The Moon

Deep Vellum Books
November 19, 20, and 21, 2016

House Party Theatre presents the world premiere of "Mirror: As if it were the Moon" by local playwright Stephen Gardner and directed by Sarah Lacy Hamilton.


Local Hub Bicycle Company
Sunday, November 20, 2016

Cranksgiving is part bike ride, part food drive, part scavenger hunt, and a whole lot of fun. Local Hub Bicycle Company and Kwest are excited to partner to make this year's Cranksgiving event even more adventurous. The event is free, but you need to bring a bike, fully charged phone, helmet, lock, bag, navigation skills, and about $15-$20 to purchase food items that will get donated to The Stewpot for Thanksgiving dinners! Registration starts at 9:00am and the ride starts at 11:00am. 

Book Discussion with Frank Garrett

Deep Vellum Books
Saturday, November 26, 2016

We're hosting local translator Frank Garrett and his new release "Witness: Inside Jehovah's Witness Inside Catholic Poland Inside a Gay Life" by Robert Rient. Join us to celebrate the launch of this book in English, hear Frank's experiences in the translation process, and snag a signed copy of the book!

Deep Ellum in the news

Westdale Properties develops the property on the corner of Main and Malcolm X.
Dot's Hop House & Cocktail Courtyard opens its doors on Commerce Street.
Check out the bands playing in the Dallas Observer Music Awards. 
Phantogram's performance at The Bomb Factory gets reviewed.
Kemet Kitchen opens in the former Mama Faye's space on Commerce Street.
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