Street artist Shepard Fairey got a lot of media attention while he was here this past week, painting wall murals around town. But he was also signing books, selling clothing and spinning tracks at a dance party. Welcome to the Dallas Contemporary’s New Model Art Museum: part-nightclub, part-style magazine, part idea factory.
Archive for February, 2012
Afternoon Delight is offering a twofer today — because no single video can convey the visual splendors of last month’s Ghent Light Festival in Belgium.
Come on out to the Ann and Nate Levine Academy and see the Mama Doni Band. The two concerts, one younger kids, and one for 2nd – 8th grade families, are all about “Wacky Jewish Indie-rock for kids.”
KERA FM celebrates Black History Month with special programming. Here’s a list of dates, times and program descriptions.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera boosts Tristan and Isolde, local music bits and the smartest graffiti artist ever.
Fourteen masters of Modern art are profiled in this video series.
Enter for your chance to win an all-festival pass to Denton’s all-documentary film fest.
Today in the roundup: Meet Maxwell Anderson and Kevin Jacobs, plus the troubled state of architecture.
Hey all! This is where you can leave your comments and suggestions for music to be played on future shows.
This time, Paul speaks George Neal of Hares on the Mountain about the band’s debut recording, It Will Only Hurt Forever.