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PaperCity Dallas January February 2022

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R etail: NorthPark Center partners with the Crow M u s e u m o f Asian Art of the University of Texas at Dallas to celebrate Lunar New Year 2022, The Year of the Tiger. In its fourth year, the wildly popular program features a solo exhibition by Korean- born artist Sangmi Yoo, as well as performances, inspired landscaping, and retailer specials in honor of the new year, from January 18 through March 15 on Level One between Neiman Marcus and Dillard's … Also at NorthPark, stay tuned for the opening of Dallas' first Maria Tash store, scheduled for this spring. Tash has been a revolutionary in fine jewelry in what many might call the art form of piercing … If you're looking for drool-worthy footwear, pop by the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek on Thursday, February 3, when Rosewood PlaceMakers and locals Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means of bespoke cowboy boot brand Miron Crosby and their cousins, Jode and Ryan Vaughan with Rios Boots, will teach the techniques of designing The Mansion Boot and the process for creating your own custom boots, at a luncheon workshop. Expect a discussion of the creative process, including boot inspiration, materials, and manufacturing techniques. RSVP to Social: After the flurry of charity soirées in November and December, we all deserve a bit of a rest. February, however, is another story. One date to keep on your radar: North Texas Food Bank's annual Harvest event on Saturday, February 19, celebrating 40 years of serving hungry neighbors. The evening is a seated dinner at the Omni Dallas, chaired by Kathryn Hall, one of NTFB's founders, and her husband, Craig Hall. Claire Babinaeaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America and one of Time Magazine's most influential people of 2020, will be keynote speaker … Feeling sporty? The Dallas Open is February 6 – 13 at the Styslinger/ Altec Tennis Complex at Southern Methodist University. Former World No. 3 Grigor Dimitrov and American stars John Isner (a hometown hero married to the oh-so fabulous jewelry designer Madison McKinley) and Reilly Opelka will highlight the event, which marks the return of ATP Tour level tennis to Dallas for the first time in more than 30 years. The tournament, previously held as the New York Open, is one of the longest- running American tournaments on the ATP Tour. Its rich history features some of the top names in tennis, including legends John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Andy Roddick, and Michael Chang. Art: The Nasher Sculpture Center announces a partnership with the George W. Bush Presidential Center in association with PHI Studio, Emerson Collective, Legendary Entertainment, and Fondazione Prada to bring five- time Academy Award-winning writer and director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's virtual-reality exhibition "Carne y Arena (Virtually present, Physically invisible)" to Dallas. The immersive experience is on view at Fair Park January 21 through April 18. Billy Fong OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. John Isner highlights the Dallas Open 28

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