It was a chilly night on Friday, October 28, not to mention the Rangers were playing their last game in the World Series, but there was something exceptional happening in the quiet streets of downtown. For those of us that braved the chilly temperatures for Dallas sites, we were washed over with the beautiful colors, sounds, and lights that cluttered Flora Street. Aurora was one of the last events in the Dallas Arts District, Art In October exhibition. This was Aurora’s second year taking over Flora Street during their now annual event in Dallas.
It’s Halloween weekend! Many people are planning their outfits to attend house parties, but if you want a change of college scenery, you should check out Aurora. Aurora is in its second year of taking over the infamous Dallas Arts District. This particular exhibit gets you outside and looking at emerging and established artists that have created site-specific installations of light, sound, performance and projection art. This mind-blowing event starts at 7:30PM on Friday, October 28 and ends at midnight. Come experience this free event that will challenge your notion of art in unexpected spaces. Take the DART red line down to the downtown, and while down in the Arts District, don’t forget to check out the food trucks. This event will be a fun and thought -provoking experience for students on a tight, college budget during this Halloween weekend.