Live Nation sends over word today about a Country Megaticket it’s offering this summer at Superpages.com Centre. It works like a season pass, where you pay one price and get tickets to five shows: May 29 – Brooks & Dunn with Jason Aldean June 10 – Country Throwdown Tour with Montgomery Gentry, Little Big Town, […]
Archive for February, 2010
Every day between Saturday and April 30 that you don’t spend at the Goss-Michael Foundation, you’ll be missing a work of art that will never be seen again. That’s probably a little more sensational than the situation warrants. But it is true. The Goss-Michael Foundation will open an exhibition of Michael Craig-Martin’s work on Saturday […]
It would seem like a no-brainer that if the Dallas Art Fair is coming back to town with its 50-plus national galleries and drawing in more than 5,000 art-loving visitors, then it might be a good idea to set up an art fair across the street.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson owns Ask Me About Art, offering lectures, tours and program planning. She is Vice-Chair of the Cultural Affairs Commission and a member of the Public Art Committee. Bring lots of quarters to the Dallas Art Fair. No, not for the art – that will cost you a whole lot more. The […]
The Texas singer who spent some formative years in the Fort Worth music scene, died shortly after helping T Bone Burnett complete the music for the film Crazy Heart. Now, the New York Times reports, friends, family and Bruton’s ex-wife are squabbling over his estate and his legacy.
Performance-artist-drag-queen Taylor Mac makes his Texas debut. Mac has performed all over the world — the Sydney Opera House, the Spoleto Festival — and his Undermain show is a medley that works astonishingly well in displaying a nimble, funny, gentle performer. And a tremendous talent.
St. Vincent – “Laughing With A Mouth Of Blood” st. vincent | MySpace Music Videos FUN AND YUCKS: St. Vincent has released the above video for the song “Laughing With a Mouth of Blood.” In the video, Annie Clark shows up to play a gig at a women’s book store run by a Fred Armisen […]
At this morning’s media preview for the Dallas Art Fair, I got to talking to Kevin Vogel of Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden. Valley House has a setup this year in the same spot as it did last year. The only difference is that there isn’t a gallery across the aisle like there was […]
Guest blogger Brad Ford Smith is a Dallas artist and arts conservationist. On Friday at 11 a.m. the doors will open for the second annual Dallas Art Fair. But as I write this, it’s 10p.m. on a Wednesday night, so I thought I would share some thoughts about last year’s Dallas Art Fair … Simply […]
Guest Blogger Tina Aguilar teaches Humanities and Cultural Studies at Brookhaven College School of the Arts. My conversation about the Lochwood Branch Library continues this week with North Texas sculptor Rex Kare, whose work is on display in the library. He joins the legion of North Texas public artists who offer their creative and cultural […]