The Friday Night Salon


Larry Allums Publicity PhotoModerated by Dr. Larry Allums [Bio]

Since its origins in 16th century Italy, the salon has been a staple of conversation and the discussion of ideas in the West. Never before has it flourished as it is flourishing today in the U.S. Salons are common features of all sorts of cultural institutions, from museums to opera companies. The Dallas Institute’s Friday Night Salon has been convening monthly since 1997, marked by a distinctive practice: its members represent a broad cross-section of our city—different ages, vocations, and cultural tastes—and they engage in conversation about topics they themselves choose. At its best, the Institute’s Friday Salon is the ultimate exercise in democratic deliberation—a rare opportunity for civil discourse in community.

Alternating months on the second Friday, 6:30 to 8:00 pm with reception at 6:00 pm.
Per session: Members $25; Nonmembers $35; Member Teachers $15

Registration: March 10 | May 12

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