Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Artscape Reception Features Key Announcements for Popular Spring Art Event

An elegant Artscape kickoff reception was held on March 13 at a private Highland Park residence.  Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Artscape Chair Kaki Hopkins (pictured below) gave some exciting updates about this year’s Artscape taking place April 28-29 where 96 professional artists from around the country will showcase their artwork in the garden. A distinguished jury of art professionals selected these artists from a competitive group of a record-breaking number of applicants.

Artscape Chair Kaki Hopkins with Mark Wolf

Other Artscape happenings include Galleries at the DeGolyer with local top galleries showcasing and selling their paintings and sculpture (donating 20% of their sales to the Arboretum); a University Zone with regional universities showing and selling their art; Dallas County Community College District providing art demonstrations; continual live musical entertainment on stage with radio and TV personalities serving as emcees; returning and new food concessions and wine and beer flights and packaged food for sale.

“It’s the perfect place to spend the weekend strolling through the gardens and shopping for artwork from these artists who are among the best in their fields of painting, drawing, sculpture, woodwork, jewelry making, textiles and more,” said Hopkins.

Admission is free for paid garden guests. Visit for more details.

*Photos courtesy of Dallas Arboretum/Steve Foxall. Pictured in top photo: Bob and Barbara Bigham with Wendy and Michael Jenkins.


The mission of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is to build and maintain a public venue that promotes the art, enjoyment and knowledge of horticulture, while providing opportunities for education and research. We are committed to excellence, good management and fiscal responsibility. Find out more on the organization’s website. publishes every week.
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