Sunday, April 24, 2011

Resurrection Art

Also, while we were at FlowFest, local artist Julia Schloss transformed a tree stump behind the Bath House into a beautiful butterfly. We took pictures which we'll post up as soon as we get them off the camera later but in the mean time check out her site here:

Resurrection Art

Friday, April 22, 2011

Small World

So, while doing a little Google searching to see how Emily's sites are doing in the rankings I tried a search for "artist Emily Young" and discovered there is a renowned British Sculptor by the same name who has done amazing work over the years that we didn't know about. She may have been the inspiration for a song written by Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett and has had her work displayed in public and private collections throughout the world.

Find out more about this amazing artist here:


Sunday, April 17, 2011

Try It Local spreads Groupon-like deals across the country -

Try It Local spreads Groupon-like deals across the country

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FLOWFEST: Fun for children & the kid within - April 23 Sat

FLOWFEST: Fun for children & the kid within - April 23 Sun - White R
Posted by: "Moonlady News" moonladynews
Sat Apr 16, 2011 7:40 am (PDT)

We love children at Earth Rhythms! So we made a special place for them
at FlowFest happening on April 23 Saturday at the Bath House Cultural
Center (directions below). Just $5! Drop by the Bath House entrance to
pay, which enters you in a bike raffle.

Sponsored by ~ Robert Muller Center for Living Ethics
Director ~ Dorayne Breedlove

11:30 - 12:00 ~ Nina Marcussen ~ We Sing a Song ~

12:10 - 12:40 ~ Vicki Johnson ~ Teaching Stories

12:50 -1:20 ~ Bethany Webb ~ Yoga for Kids

1:30 - 2:00 ~ Susan or Brandon Pollard ~ Honeybee Demo w/ Hive

2:10 - 2:40 ~ Dorayne Breedlove ~ Storytelling/Drumming/Art

2:50 - 3:15 ~ Monica Blossom ~ Flowetry for Kids

The atmosphere of levity, creativity, and playful cultural
progressiveness entices folks to "come play!" at nearly a dozen
vortexes where teachers and performers share their passion to help you
feel in the flow of life.

Dance Flow Yoga Vortex has, well, just that!
Wee One Vortex features storytelling, yoga and art for kids.
Sultan's Dreams Vortex sizzles with belly dance and global movement.
Rhythm & Word Vortex explodes with drums and rhythmic poetic language.
Seasonal Flow Vortex swirls with the joy of a Maypole and pentacle
Meditative Movement explores martial arts of tai chi chuan, akido and
Penak Silat.
Meditative Chill Vortex is a serene scene with qi gong, feng shui,
soundscapes and harmony.
Links and info on our fantastic presenters are here:

Now THAT is some fun! And yet there's more!

Inside the Bath House:
Enjoy mellow music by Victor Andrada.
Cafe Lago boxed sandwich lunches from 11 am to 2 pm.
Vendor Vortex of cool stuff and services on the Back Porch.
In the theater: a fantastic panel discussion on creative flow and
shows of variety entertainment.
MoveStudio movement counselors will answer your questions about the
various modalities offered.
Inside the art gallery, the Conscious Movement Vortex has dance, yoga,
Feldenkrais and TaKeTiNa rhythm.

Outside around the grounds:
Fill your container with beautiful oxygenated Rain Fresh water.
Take a ride on the fantastic new EllipiGO bicycle, unlike anything
you've seen!
Storytelling Hut where you can sit and listen to tales from the Dallas
Storytelling Guild.
Mystic Garden beneath the trees with sufi poetry, Dances for Universal
Peace, and food sharing.
Moonlady Hut - drop by for a chat with the Moonlady, explore
opportunities with Earth Rhythms, and learn about her exciting new
community website project.
The stump of an ancient tree cut down by the park department turned
into an interactive art altar with a butterfly resurrection theme by
artist Julia Schloss.

Don't miss the musical opening ceremony with Harmonic Alchemy at 11 am
or the movement closing ceremony with Amy Moonlady Martin at 3:30 pm.

Be in the flow of life!

April 23rd Saturday ~ 11 am to 4 pm

Bath House Cultural Center at White Rock Lake
521 E Lawther Dr. Dallas, Texas 75218
turn on Northcliff off Buckner 1/4 mi south of E. Northwest Hwy

$5 -includes bicycle raffle ticket (out of date, check back for current info)

"When you're free to flow as water, you're free to communicate
naturally. Information is exchanged, and knowledge advances in a way
that benefits everyone." ~ Wayne Dyer

Made possible by:
Office of Cultural Affairs
Earth Rhythms Legacy Underwriters
FlowFest event sponsors: MoveStudio and Richardson Bike Mart
and many supporting sponsors:

Saturday, April 16, 2011

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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Art Auction Flyer

Go RSVP here:

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CafePress Shop 15% off T-shirts! Use code APRIL 15 and order by Sunday!

Art Auction at Harmony House This Saturday Evening!

Saturday, April 16 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
208 S. Mesquite St. Arlington, TX 76106

Harmony House

More Info
Presenting local artists items for auction.
10% donated to Safe Haven Women's Shelter of Arlington

Musical Performace by: Kyle MacConnell

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Spring Art Mart

The Friends of the Bath House

The Annual Spring Art Mart

April 15-17 2011
Opening Reception: Friday 7-9 pm
Saturday: 12-7pm & Sunday 11-6 pm
(Silent Auction bidding ends at 5 pm)

Art lovers once again get a great opportunity to support local artists
and acquire some wonderful art in the process and the Bath House
Cultural Center's Annual Spring Art Mart April 15- 17, 2011. The Art
Mart has always been the place to find that special piece of art for
yourself a family and friends: paintings, sculpture, photography,
jewelry, pottery, ceramics, cards, and other unique creations.

The Bath house Cultural Center Spring Art Mart benefits the Cultural
Centers year-round visual and performing arts programs. the purchases
benefit everyone; The lucky owner will take home a one-of-a-kind
artwork, while local artists and art lovers will be able to continue
to enjoy the arts at the neighborhood cultural arts center on White
Rock Lake.

Click here to see the list of participating artists
Bath House Cultural Center
(214) 670-8749

521 E. Lawther, Dallas, TX 75218
access Northcliff Dr. off of Buckner Blvd. between E Northwest Hwy &
Garland Rd

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12:00 noon to 6:00 PM.
Open until 10:00 PM on performance nights

Friday, April 8, 2011

Traffic Alert

Here's a heads up for those coming out to the Craft Fair at Downtown Arlington Farmer's Market tomorrow morning. Traffic on 360 will be a mess around Division so you might want to exit well ahead of that and cut on across to Collins to continue North or South (depending on which direction you are coming from. Until you get to Abrams or Division then head west. The address is 215 E Front Street Arlington, TX 76001.
Traffic Message has been issued by the Arlington Police Department (Texas).

Friday April 8, 2011 11:10 AM CDT

Motorists on SH 360 at Division are encouraged to take alternate routes this weekend; Lane closures, detours planned.
North and southbound State Highway 360 in Arlington at State Highway 180 will have lane closures and detours starting Friday, April 8, at 8 p.m., through Monday, April 11, 5 a.m., weather permitting.

Motorists on north and southbound SH 360 will be reduced to one lane and detoured from the highway at SH 180 for the construction of the railroad bridge spanning SH 360. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes.

During construction, northbound motorists will exit at Abram Street. After exiting, traffic will be directed east along Abram Street to Great Southwest Parkway where motorists will cross the Union Pacific Railroad. Detoured motorists will travel westbound on SH 180/Division Street to return to SH 360.
Southbound traffic will exit at SH 180/Division Street. After exiting, traffic will be directed west along SH 180/Division Street to Stadium Drive where motorists will cross the Union Pacific Railroad. Detoured motorists will travel eastbound on Abram Street to return to SH 360.

The construction is part of the $56 million project that is reconstructing the Division Street bridge and the railroad bridge. Included in the construction is the addition of shoulders on SH 360, improved ramp access at Division Street and new continuous frontage roads under the rail lines. Completion of the project is scheduled for summer 2012.

For up-to-date project information, current road closures and to sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to:

For full details, go to

Contact Information:
Tiara Ellis Richard
Police Media/Office of Communication

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Upcoming Events

This Saturday, bright and early in the morning Primal Aspects and about 25 of our artsy and crafty friends from Etsy817 will be vending at the Downtown Arlington Farmer's Market. There will be lots of handmade crafts and beautiful art made by folks who live right here at home. Come see some great gifts, meets some really fun people and enjoy the beautiful weather with us!

The following Saturday, April 16th...

We will be at an Art Auction at Health and Harmony House:

Time Saturday, April 16 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location 208 S. Mesquite St. Arlington, TX 76106
Created By Harmony House
More Info Presenting local artists items for auction.
10% donated to Safe Haven Women's Shelter of Arlington

Musical Performace by: Kyle MacConnell

Later this month, Saturday April 23rd...

We will be vending again at Flowfest:

FlowFest Southwest is a springtime gathering designed to inspire every-BODY to move, play, integrate, breathe, and learn through PLEASURE. a myriad of experiential movement modalities, from Yoga and Circus Arts to Tai Chi to Ecstatic Dance, are offered to make joyful, embodied living accessible and inviting to folks of all ages & walks of life. FlowFest is a beautiful & inspiring tapestry woven of live art, music, movement, dance, drumming, and integrally conscious living.

the setting is urban lakeside at beautiful White Rock Lake in Dallas with activities offered outdoors as well as inside the Cultural Bath House where an intimate theatre and gallery setting are abuzz. the atmosphere of levity, creativity, and playful cultural progressiveness entices folks to 'come play', be inspired, and express their own creative originality!

this is an eco-conscious/friendly & awareness-raising event. for information, call Monica Blossom @ 214-597-6800 or email with 'FlowFest' in the subject field.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

New Pyrography For Pirates!

These new ones are headed to an event soon with some vendor friends of ours. More details as soon as we get them...

Yes, I know, that's not the spelling of "rifle" I am used to seeing either but we looked it up and it's legit...See: