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Bath House Cultural Center • 521 E. Lawther Dr. Dallas, TX 75218 • White Rock Lake
Día de los Muertos: Memories Written in Verse 

Featuring Andean music by Jacco Velarde

The Bath House Cultural Center presents the 32nd Annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) art exhibition.  This year, the exhibition has a literary theme and features Day of the Dead altars and visual art in a variety of media that include or are accompanied by poems.  

The exhibition features local, national, and international artists, including Karen Aguilar, Chandra and Ronald Armstead, Rita Barnard, Katherine Baronet, Kim Bene, Elizabeth Bentley, Amy Boltrushek, Molly Boyd, Kim Carothers, Vicki Charlotta, Melissa  Chavez, Verona Chen, Patricia Curry, Andrea Davis, Mary Catherine Davis, Dan Dudley, Pamela Flores, Jacque Forsher, Michael Galgan, Dolores Godinez and Friends, Linda Goodwin, Rebecca Guy, Ericka Hagan, Juan J. Hernandez, Chad Hines, Amy Jenkins, Duane Johnson, Shelley Kommers, Keith Krempl, Ana Larranaga, Cindy Lemmon, Héctor Loera, Linda López, Barbara Mabli, Jackie MacLelland, Jas Mardis , Cyndi McDonnell, Michael McKenzie, Patricia McMillan, Nancy Merrill, Michael Miller, Jan Partin, Naldo Plata, Christopher Rahmeh, Ethel Betsaida Ramos Torres, Gail Roberts, Karen Robinson, Maria Ruenes, Mónica Santaella Valdivia, Helen Seebold, Maria Valentina Sheets, Heather Shoulders, Tanya Tewell, Wendy Tigchelaar, Jessica Trevizo, Mary Ann Turner, Lisa Vollrath, Lizeth Wallace, Utopia Weiner, Lori Morrell Whitaker, M.E. Wilcox, and Sandra Yeo.   

Curated by Enrique Fernández Cervantes


You Can Be the Art! 
muertos dress up

Make the Día de los Muertos reception even more festive by wearing your favorite Day of the Dead costume and makeup.  

An art gallery filled with marvelous Day of Dead artwork is one of the best Instagram spots!  And, even if you don’t take selfies, you will still have much fun dressed up in Día de los Muertos attire.  

White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour
studio tour

October 13 and 14, 2018 

Studio Tour Hours: 10 AM to 5 PM.  

Visit artists and see where art comes alive in neighborhoods near White Rock Lake during the 26th annual White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour.

Over fifty artists and four art centers (including the Bath House Cultural Center) are featured in this free, self-guided art tour. Visit art studios and see work in all its stages. Talk to artists about ideas, processes, and materials.  

Explore the places where art happens! 

This popular art event is located in neighborhoods that surround White Rock Lake. The area is east of downtown Dallas and is known for its natural beauty, native forests and historic city lake. Visit artists in their studios and learn first-hand why the area is a haven for visual artists.  

For a map of the studios and artists information, visit  

Printed maps are also available at the Bath House and other artist studios. 

See Our Two New Mural Paintings
Sunday, October 14, 2018 (5-7 PM) 

After you view the artwork from our Día de los Muertos exhibition, head downstairs to the lake level to admire our two new mural paintings that celebrate the musical arts.  The artwork was created  by participants of the Bath House’s 2018 Muralism Class, led by instructor Genaro Hernández.  Meet Mr. Hernández and the artists and then stick around for a wonderful view of the sunset at White Rock Lake. 

Contaminate: Oil

Through November 18, 2018 

Meet the artist: Sunday, October 14 1 (5-7 PM) 

The White Rock Lake Museum presents Contaminate: Oil, an exhibition of prints created with traditional and digital photographic techniques by Tiffany Milow that perfectly marries the power of art and the history of the lake as our Dallas water supply with the powerful message of “What are we doing with our water?”  This collection presents a stunning visual display with a provocative message about what we are failing to think about water. 


Manager – Marty Van Kleeck – (214) 670-8722 

Performing Art Programs  Stewart W. Mikkelsen, Performing Arts / Technical Coordinator

Visual Art Programs – Enrique Fernández Cervantes, Visual Arts Coordinator / Curator

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