If you’re in dire need of some wedding fashion, the bridal collection by Australian designer Sophia Tolli will be shown in its entirety at Mockingbird Bridal Boutique from Sept. 4-10. At this exclusive, by-appointment-only event, brides will be able to view and try on the Sophia Tolli collection. Call 214.823.6873 to make an appointment.
Through Sept. 27, the Bath House Cultural Center is hosting a free art exhibit called “Split Seconds,” presented as part of the center’s Curate+Collaborate Exhibition Series. Marilyn Waligore and Emily Loving are the co-curators of this exhibition, and their exhibit aims to “rethink the emphasis on a single moment in time.”
Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther.
This Sunday, Sept. 7, the documentary “The Price of Honor” is screening at the Lakewood Theater at 6 p.m. The film tells the story of Amina and Sarah Said, two teenage sisters who were murdered by their father Yaser Said in a so-called “honor killing” in Irving in 2008. Lakewood Theater, 1825 Abrams. Tickets are $12.
Also through Sept. 27, The White Rock Lake Museum in the Bath House Cultural Center presents Refreshing Journey, an exhibition of drawings inspired by White Rock Lake from Dallas artist Jenny Hong DeLaughter. The exhibition depicts scenes from life at the lake — images of family gatherings, landscapes, wildlife, and other special moments. Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther.
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