In the Art&Seek spotlight, we’re ringing in the New Year. It’s time to say good bye to 2011 and what better way to do that than with a little music?
Archive for December, 2011
In looking at this year’s top films, what pops out is that this was a year in which risk – both on the part of the filmmaker and the audience – was rewarded.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate one of the state’s most versatile and prolific jazz musicians.
Our little indie hearts are bursting after watching Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt cover “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?”
Guest blogger Tina Aguilar talks to the gallery owner about what he’s learned from running the space and what he looks for in the photographers he represents.
The Stewpot provides a safe a and nurturing environment for at-risk and homeless individuals in Dallas. The organization includes a wide range of social services and resources for the homeless. One such offering is the Open Arts Program where interested participants are provided with free art supplies, use of the Stewpot studios, and daily art classes.
Check your favorites – and discover a few new ones – with David Okamoto’s top 10 best Texas music artists for 2011.
This week, KERA’s Art&Seek has featured people in North Texas arts worth keeping an eye on in 2012. We wrap up the series with a look at Tiger Darrow’s continued musical exploration.
Today in the roundup: Showcasing the Kessler, Tre Garrett on his first year at Jubilee and praising the iPad.
This week, Art&Seek’s Stephen Becker and Dallas Morning News movie critic Chris Vognar discuss The Artist, the silent movie that has everyone talking. And we discuss the year in movies.