Bring the kids to the the American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum this Saturday for a special event marking the accomplishments of the pioneers of Black Aviation.
Archive for January, 2012
A skatepark in Brazil becomes the backdrop for one high-tech light show.
TACA will spend $300,000 to fund new work of its grant recipients in the next three years.
Today in the roundup: TACA hits $1 million again, Don Hertzfeldt coming to town and Alan Lomax goes online.
Stephen, Jerome and Anne all made it to opening night of Giant Friday night at the Dallas Theater Center. On Monday, the first thing we all did was chat about it. But this time, we’re chatting via e-mail, so we can share some of our conversation with you.
The real takeaway from this cover of “Everything Counts” is that you really aren’t spending enough time with your kids.
Guest blogger Tina Aguilar speaks with the Dallas artist about his new exhibition on display at SMU’s Mildred Hawn Gallery.
Here’s your chance to see the dance documentary before it opens.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing DTC’s Giant, Shepard Fairey comes to town and more words with Michelle Rawlings.
Music from Valencia, the homeland of architect Santiago Calatrava, celebrated his Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge across the Trinity River Sunday night. Performing was the Lone Star Wind Orchestra.