Arts & Letters Live Gift Packages

Wondering what to get the book lovers on your holiday or birthday gift list? For a limited time only (December 5 to December 31), purchase discounted Arts & Letters Live ticket packages and give them the gift of experiencing acclaimed authors and performers on stage. Or, treat yourself!

DMA Members can buy a package of one ticket to three events for $80 ($10 off!); Public ticket package is $110 ($10 off!). Limited ticket exchanges will be possible for a program of equal value (subject to availability). 

Not a member? Save $40+ now by becoming a DMA Member – you'll receive $10 off membership and secure member gift package pricing. Enjoy free parking, discounts in the DMA Cafe and DMA Store, and more. Call (214) 922-1247 to get the discount on your membership and complete your package order. 

 For history buffs

          Simon Tolkien & Amor Towles (February 10)

          Chris Cleave & Jennifer Ryan (March 6)

          Holger Hoock & Nathaniel Philbrick (May 15)




 For those with wanderlust

          Geoff Dyer (January 18)

          Levison Wood (January 22)

          Terry Tempest Williams (July 18)



 For the starstruck

          Texas Bound I (February 6)

          Jessi Klein (February 25)

          Stephen Tobolowsky (April 18)



 For creative thinkers

          Dave Evans (February 1)

          Tom Vanderbilt (April 25)

          Chuck Klosterman (June 20)



 For bibliophiles

          Emma Donoghue (January 24)

          Adam Haslett (March 24)

          Jonathan Safran Foer (June 13)



See the full Arts & Letters Live 26th season schedule.

Ralph Earl, Captain John Pratt, 1792, oil on canvas, gift of the Pauline Allen Gill Foundation, 1990.146.1; Alexandre Hogue, Open Space, Big Bend, 1984, pastel on paper, The Barrett Collection, 2007.15.40 (© Olivia Hogue Mariño & Amalia Mariño); Nic Nicosia, Act #9, 1995, oil on gelatin silver print, Jackson, Walker, Winstead, Cantwell & Miller Photography Fund and Texas Artists Fund, 1998.7 (© 1995 Nic Nicosia, Dallas, Texas); Piet Mondrian, Place de la Concorde, 1938-1943, oil on canvas, Dallas Museum of Art, Foundation for the Arts Collection, gift of the James H. and Lillian Clark Foundation, 1982.22.FA; James Abbott Mcneill Whistler, Reading by Lamplight, 1858, etching, drypoint, anonymous gift, 1990.120.