Today in the roundup: A hot Texas writer, an Oak Cliff photographer’s museum exhibition and how you can help a kid learn music.
Archive for June, 2012
Three North Texas theater companies will each produce works with the help of funding from a new grant program announced today.
Greeting Earthlings. It’s warming up out there, hope you are somewhere comfy and ready to kick back and groove to a nice selection of tuneage. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions for future shows.
They’ve known each other since 1980. They’re getting married in New York — no surprise.
The 10th annual fest is on this Sunday. Guest blogger Julissa Treviño provides the details.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a Dallas recording session that some believe involved a deal with the devil.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re visiting Prague via the Arlington Museum of Art.
It’s two ADs for the price of one today – a Herbie Hancock/Metallica mashup that’s surprisingly good and a Dutch choir covering Skrillex’s “Bangarang.”
The Dallas Museum of Art just got 300 grand to launch a ‘Laboratory for Museum Innovation.’ Cue the eery sound effects.
“The explosion in the number of art fairs is the most significant change in the market since the turn of the century” – The Art Newspaper.