[M.I.A Thursday] April 9-11, 2010

April 9

Flush Faces: Bands that are THE SHIT!

Presented by: yeahdef.com

Rubber Gloves

411 East Sycamore Street Denton, TX

(Doors @ 9 $10 OR $5 dollars if you bring a canned food item for donation to North Texas Food Bank)


April 10-11

Oak Cliff Art Crawl


Event will include an unveiling of the Seventh Street mural project, “The Perfect Block” Art Installation at Seventh and Tyler, the Urban Bazaar in Bishop Arts, music at the new Kessler Theatre, an outdoor art gallery at Nova, presentations at the Turner House, Bolsa’s outdoor market, and more! The event is free, but you can pre-purchase a special button for ten bucks HERE that will give you discounts and drink specials at local bars, restaurants, and retailers.

Saturday, April 10 – 6PM – midnight

Modern ’til Midnight: Andy Warhol: The Last Decade Featuring live music by WARPAINT!

Museum of Modern Art Ft. Worth: 3200 Darnell Street Fort Worth, TX

$15; Free for Modern members KXT Members $10

Have a night of 80’s themed fun at the MOMA! There will be live performances outside on the reflecting pond by locals Seryn and The Orbans, and of course, the band everyone is talking about, Warpaint. You can also see a special screening of I Shot Andy Warhol, a film tracing the madness of radical-feminist genius Valerie Solanas, and her life leading to the moment she shot pop-art icon Andy Warhol in 1968. Experience the special exhibition Andy Warhol: The Last Decade by taking part in special activities throughout the evening including conceptual projects, interactive events, spotlight tours, and art explorations in the galleries. Cash bars will be available from 6 p.m. until last call at 11:30 p.m. Grub at Café Modern the outdoor Modern Grill from 6 to 11 p.m.

Now – April 18

Dallas International Film Festival

The DALLAS Film Society partnered in 2006 to create the AFI DALLAS International Film Festival. The DALLAS International Film Festival is one of the fastest growing film festivals in the world. Named by Movie Maker Magazine as one of the “25 Festivals Worth the Entry Fee,” the Festival has gained the reputation as the Filmmaker’s Festival for its stellar hospitality and dedication to the art.

Check out the festivals website for a complete list of the 200 films and other events. Full festival passes and individual event tickets are available.

Participating Theatres:

Angelika Film Center: 5321 East Mockingbird Lane

Studio Movie Grill: 11170 North Central Expressway

Dallas Museum of Art Horchow Auditorium: 1717 N. Harwood St.

Landmark’s Magnolia Theatre: 3699 McKinney Ave.

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