This is a journey into solstice
The annual Winter SolstiCelebration has gotten so big, it’s now spread across two days. In its 19th year, the event uses music, dance, ceremony and more to observe the Winter Solstice. And don’t forget the Yule Fest. Canned food and winterwear donations are encouraged.
DEETS: Cathedral of Hope, 5910 Cedar Springs Road. 7 p.m. Through Saturday. $15. EarthRhythms.org.
Techie buzz art
Out Dallas-based artist R. Mateo Diago puts his vision on display in the new exhibit every then … and now in which he intergrates the iPhone’s capabilities into helping create his art. We might be able to take rad photos with apps like Instagram, but Diago uses it as a statement of people’s compulsion. Cool, right?
DEETS: Ro2 Art Downtown, 110 N. Akard St. Opening reception at 7 p.m. Through Jan. 28. Ro2Art.com
On writing ‘Well’
Author Gregory G. Allen returns to Dallas from New York to sign his new book Well With My Soul about two brothers, one gay, coming to terms with each other. It even garnered a Lambda Literary nomination. Welcome home, sir.
DEETS: Krimson & Klover, 3111 Cole Ave., Ste 101. 5–7 p.m. GGAllen.net.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition December 16, 2011.