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This Art Party Brings Power Players Together in the Shadow of One of Dallas’ Most Exciting New Developments

Spreading the Museum Love

BY // 04.12.18
photography Tamytha Cameron

What: Art Ball patron party

Where: HALL Arts Residences Interior Model

PC Moment: With Arts Month in full swing, longtime supporters of the Dallas Museum of Art kicked off its upcoming Art Ball (which takes place next Saturday, April 21) with a fashionable patron party.

The cocktail hour was a flurry of esteemed colleagues and museum benefactors chatting all things art in the new $250 million HALL Residences high-rise in the Dallas Arts District.

Guests enjoyed wine from HALL Arts developer Craig Hall and wife Kathryn Hall’s own Hall Vineyards, and sampled hors d’oeuvres including Musumé sushi and bites from Flora Street Cafe and the newly opened craft kitchen The Artisan.

“We are truly thankful for all the support we receive from our patrons year after year, and this event was to celebrate them,” 2018 Art Ball chair Rebecca Enloe Fletcher says. “These individuals and businesses help the Dallas Museum of Art remain one of the premiere museums in the nation.”

The Dallas Museum of Art houses close to 24,000 works that span across a time range of nearly 5,000 years. Proceeds from the Art Ball gala have supported free public access to the museum’s collections, exhibitions and educational programs.

Who: DMA board president Catherine Marcus Rose, DMA director Agustín ArteagaRebecca Enloe FletcherLynn McBee, Lea Anne LaughlinBrooke Hortenstine, Missy WyszynskiBrian Bolke and Faisal Halum, Lisa and Clay CooleyJuliette MoussaSally and Tom DunningLee and Ann Hobson, Laura and Walter ElcockCapera Ryan, Margaret Solomon, and Deborah and John Scott.

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