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Arts Center

  1. The Texas Visual Arts Association

    February 2, 8:00 AM - February 26, 4:00 PM @ 1527 N. Galloway Ave.

    Texas Visual Arts Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the encouragement and enrichment of visual artists in all media, including video and performing arts. TVAA has many venues, providing members and non-members opportunities to exhibit their work and attend workshops and demonstrations. The TVAA DOWNTOWN GALLERY, located on the mezzanine of The Plaza of the Americas. Its recent New Members show has attracted younger members and visitors. The annual HIGH SCHOOL ART COMPETITION, is open to all 10th, 11th and 12th grade Texas high school students, offers awards and scholarships, provides hands-on experience in completion and installation of a professional art exhibit. The Annual TVAA CITATION EXHIBIT is a juried show. The SIGNATURE SHOW is held bi-annually in some of the well-known commercial galleries in Dallas. As a non-profit organization, TVAA is funded by membership fees, show entry fees and donations from corporations and individuals in the community, enabling

  2. Light Up the Sky

    February 26, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Mesquite Arts Center

    The comedy revolves around a group of New York theatre-folk who attend the opening of their new play in Boston. The lead actress, the backer, and several others, are in seventh heaven at the prospect of a tremendous success which they hope for in the work of a young unknown writer. Gathered in a hotel room, these people go through their paces with tremendous gusto and many exhibitions of temperament. The opening of the play, which is a very earnest and experimental work, is such as to lead the cast, director and backer to believe it a flop. Instantly they turn against themselves, the production, the author and savagely proceed in what looks like an attempt to destroy themselves and all their former hopes. It turns out, however, that in spite of the curious reception by the first night audience, the play has made a deep impression, and when news spreads that the reviews are on the whole favorable, the tables are turned. But the playwright who has suffered both from the enthusiasm and p

  3. Light Up the Sky

    February 27, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Mesquite Arts Center

    The comedy revolves around a group of New York theatre-folk who attend the opening of their new play in Boston. The lead actress, the backer, and several others, are in seventh heaven at the prospect of a tremendous success which they hope for in the work of a young unknown writer. Gathered in a hotel room, these people go through their paces with tremendous gusto and many exhibitions of temperament. The opening of the play, which is a very earnest and experimental work, is such as to lead the cast, director and backer to believe it a flop. Instantly they turn against themselves, the production, the author and savagely proceed in what looks like an attempt to destroy themselves and all their former hopes. It turns out, however, that in spite of the curious reception by the first night audience, the play has made a deep impression, and when news spreads that the reviews are on the whole favorable, the tables are turned. But the playwright who has suffered both from the enthusiasm and p

  4. Light Up the Sky

    February 28, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Mesquite Arts Center

    The comedy revolves around a group of New York theatre-folk who attend the opening of their new play in Boston. The lead actress, the backer, and several others, are in seventh heaven at the prospect of a tremendous success which they hope for in the work of a young unknown writer. Gathered in a hotel room, these people go through their paces with tremendous gusto and many exhibitions of temperament. The opening of the play, which is a very earnest and experimental work, is such as to lead the cast, director and backer to believe it a flop. Instantly they turn against themselves, the production, the author and savagely proceed in what looks like an attempt to destroy themselves and all their former hopes. It turns out, however, that in spite of the curious reception by the first night audience, the play has made a deep impression, and when news spreads that the reviews are on the whole favorable, the tables are turned. But the playwright who has suffered both from the enthusiasm and p

Library Events

  1. Toddler Storytime

    February 26, 10:30 AM @ Mesquite Main and North Branch Library

    Every Thursday, January 22 - April 23. For ages 2 - 3 years old.

  2. Come Build with Legos at the Main Library

    February 28, 3:00 PM @ Mesquite Main Library

    Come build something awesome with Legos!