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You Can Adventure Through A "Fiber Fairytale" At This Dallas Art Exhibit

Brought to you by an entirely female group of artists
You Can Adventure Through A "Fiber Fairytale" At This Dallas Art Exhibit

Have you ever wanted to step into a rainbow made out of yarn?

Well the Sweet Tooth Hotel in Dallas has made that possible with their exhibit simply titled "Intangible, A Fiber Fairytale."

The exhibit takes you through 11 different colorful installations that are beyond your imagination.

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2 million  feet of yarn used

A female team made up of some of the best fiber artists in the country gathered to create the memorizing experience.

The team included Niki Dionne, Twinkie Chan, Alli K, Sally Ackerman, London Kaye, Jackie Lawrence, Hannah Busekrus, Molly Margaret Sydnor, Austin Finley, Yasmina Johnston, and Joanna Lin. 

To add to the fun, the exhibit is adding just a hint of spooky to be festive with this Halloween season.

The lights will be dimmed and visitors are encouraged to wear their best costume and bring a friend! 

Festive cocktails are also offered, including Boo Berry Fizz (with or without alcohol) and the Hocus Pocus Martini.

Following safety precautions, all visitors will have their temperature checked at the door and are required to wear a face mask and practice social distancing.

Sweet Tooth Hotel 

Price: $20/adult,  $15/child

When: Monday-Saturday 12 pm-8 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.

Address: 2316 Victory Park Ln, Dallas, TX 

Why You Need To Go: Unique and mesmerizing art experience 

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