‘Connections’, West Dallas art exhibit closes Sunday

This is going to be one of those weekends when everything happens at once. But if you can avoid it, do not miss the “Connections” art exhibit, curated by Haley-Henman gallery, in the pink building at 301 Singleton.

Each of six rooms on the building’s ground floor was transformed by local artists to celebrate the history, culture and traditions of West Dallas.

One room is dedicated to the Caddo tribe that lived here hundreds of years ago. Another is dedicated to the legend and reality of Bonnie & Clyde. It is a thoughtful, intriguing exhibit all about this little corner of the city.

The exhibit is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Oct. 21-23.

It was created to advance the opening of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in March, when a three-day celebration, Bridge-o-Rama, is planned.

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