We talk to Heather MacDonald, co-curator of ‘The Mourners: Medieval Tomb Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy,’ a mouthful of a title that doesn’t convey how intimate, personal and gorgeous this once-in-a-lifetime touring exhibition is.
Archive for September, 2010
Artist Brad Ford Smith’s personal blog, and Art This Week, locally produced video on contemporary art. Others we should be looking at? Do tell.
We made it, thanks to you!
Justin Timberlake is one of the stars of David Fincher’s The Social Network, which opens on Friday. But you might recall that at one point he had quite the prolific music career. He reminds us of the annoying fact that there’s really nothing he can’t do with this trip through hip-hop history on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
There’s still time to sign up to win season tickets to Dallas Black Dance Theatre or a family four-pack to Dallas Children’s Theater.
Arthur Penn, the director of the most important film ever shot in North Texas, died on Tuesday. As it turns out, the director who ushered in a new era of violence on screen couldn’t have been a nicer guy.
Today in the roundup: Annette Strauss Square opens, good deals in the Arts District and local music bits.
One of the trickier mandates for the AT&T Performing Arts Center was preserving Annette Strauss Square. The open-air amphitheater already existed and had to be moved for the Winspear. Today, officials will dedicate the 2,400-lawn seating venue — which has been carefully slotted between the Winspear and the Meyerson.
If you like the idea of arts and culture coverage on KERA and here at Art&Seek, Thursday’s your big opportunity to let us know.
Congratulations to the lucky winner of one of this week’s giveaways! And for more giveaways, volunteer opportunities, performances and more – join us – and over 100 arts groups – at North Park Saturday.