The Deep Ellum Texas Village is a little slice of Deep Ellum within the Arts Festival, located right in front of the Main Stage at Malcolm X and Main Street!
Check out the Deep Ellum t-shirts and merchandise hand printed by Deep Ellum artists. The Food Court will showcase a selection of Deep Ellum restaurants. Get your picture taken at the Photo Van or in front of the Deep Ellum Texas neon sign.
LOCAL HUB BICYCLE CO. - APRIL 2ND
Join us on a social ride before the festival gets started on Saturday. We will leave from the shop at 9:30am and head to a location close by for a break before rolling back to Deep Ellum to join in the art festival activities. Slow social pace and all bikes welcome.
SALTT - APRIL 8TH
There's still time to sign up for Saltt'sKegs & Code challenge! FREE admission. Come mingle with entrepreneurs and coders from across the metroplex. There's limited space, so reserve your spot today. Beer, food, booze, and tech. Get it. April 8th from 6:00pm to midnight. RSVP at kegsandcode.com.
CITY SURF FITNESS - APRIL 9TH
Join us Saturday, April 9th at Sandbar Cantina for our second annual City Surf Beach Volleyball Tournament. Games will be from 12:00 to 4:00pm. Email email@example.com to register your 4 person COED team for just $150. All proceeds go to the "Serve and Surf Foundation."
Umbrella Gallery presents "This Could Be Your Color", a solo papermaking exhibition by Josh Monroe. Through a process of creating prints that are part papermaking and part woodcut pressings, Monroe creates imagery that is at once alien and familiar, landscape and abstract image. Opening reception April 9th from 3:00 to 6:00pm.
KIRK HOPPER FINE ART - APRIL 16TH
Erin Stafford's solo exhibition entitled Misbehaving will engage with concepts relating to ideas of fetishes, absurdity, and visual pleasure. Her ability to fluidly combine pomp majesty with quintessential kitsch creates a visual language that evokes sensations of creature comforts within a domestic setting. From April 16th to May 21st.
ART FOR DUMPSTERS - APRIL 2ND
Don't miss the Art Festival's Saturday "Art for Dumpsters" competition, where five local artists will live-paint five recycling dumpsters in front of the Main Stage as they vie for nearly $15,000 in total prize money. Painting stops at 5:00pm and the Award Ceremony will be at 7:00pm.