The Dallas Festival of Ideas will roll out across the Dallas Arts District, with talks and performances taking place at various locations. The festival’s check-in and information center will be located at the Dallas City Performance Hall, the hub of the festival. The Friday night signature event will also take place here along with the culminating session on the Saturday afternoon. An array of cultural groups and collaborating partners will set up booths in the lobby of the City Performance Hall to share information with those who want to get involved and take the next step in our conversation.
The Dallas City Performance Hall is located at 2520 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201
There are many sponsorship opportunities available for the Dallas Festival of Ideas. For more information, please contact Emily Hargrove at 214.981.8820 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and to pre-register please contact Joshua Kalin at 214.871.2440, or send an email to email@example.com
About the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture
For over thirty years, the Dallas Institute has conducted original programs that enrich and strengthen the cultural heart of our great city. Our house on Routh Street is home for those who enjoy reading, thinking, exploring, and discussing timeless ideas that make us most fully human. The Institute has been described by our members as a “sanctuary,” as an “oasis,” as a “place for reflection,” as “food for the soul.” Our members are the lifeblood of the Institute. It is for them that we create classes, groups, programs, and events that bring the wisdom and imagination of the humanities into their lives. If you are already a member, we thank you. If you aren’t, please think about becoming a member, and join us on a common journey toward the discovery of truth, beauty, and all else that is good and noble.
What is the mission of the Dallas Institute?
The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is a nonprofit educational organization whose purpose is to enrich and deepen the practical life of the city with the wisdom and imagination of the humanities. The Dallas Institute accomplishes its purpose through programs for school teachers and principals, general courses of study, public and professional seminars, publications, conferences, and civic involvement.
visit us at www.dallasinstitute.org call us at (214) 871-2440
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