Dora the cat went on a vacation to Colorado–for a year! She’s not talking about how she ended up there, but kids can use their imaginations and write a story about her adventures.
Archive for July, 2012
In the event that you have a couple of hours to kill, enjoy Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon synched up with The Wizard of Oz. Even if you don’t have the time, it’s fun to randomly click through to see where you land.
Kids get out of school in the summer. Teachers go back to class. The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture has a classics program that – surprise, surprise – has gained a reputation for re-inspiring teachers. Even government teachers.
A new exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art explores the art and culture from the ancient kingdoms of southern Mexico. And the show’s sweet spot can be found where art and history intersect.
Today in the roundup: DIFF wants to hear from you, DBDT is headed to the Olympics and the lost-and-found violin.
And it’ll cost only $200 million for the rest of us to see it.
Just in time for the Olympics’ opening ceremony, hip-hop playwright and SMU artist-in-residence Will Power has set Caliban’s words to a different rhythm.
Maybe the most underrated character on The Simpsons? You decide.
10-year-old Lily Forbes brought home the Gold–or the Pink–in DCT’s Pinkalicious Costume Design Contest.
You hear her voice every weekday. Shelley Kenneavy is a host on KERA FM, and, even more important to us, she produces and voices the Art&Seek radio calendar. Now Shelley’s doing something a little different. Check it out.