The Olympics begin Friday in London. But did you know about the London within London?
Archive for July, 2012
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.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Amphibian’s ‘Understudy,’ a tour of ‘Lucian Freud: Portraits,’ and the importance of ushers.
Hello! Hope you are keeping cool somewhere. I have some cool music to help.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember an accordion player who squeezed a lot of music into one lifetime.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re off to Fort Worth for the Ninth Annual Modern Dance Festival at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Vicki Meek, the manager of the South Dallas Cultural Center – and an occasional Art&Seek guest blogger, has been tapped to chair the board of the National Performance Network.
This animated short proves that some animals are smarter than others.
There have been “fake books” before this – compilations of all the songs a jazz musician needed to know for a paying gig. But now Plano music historian Ted Gioia has written the stories behind those 252 classic jazz numbers.
A change in management at Fort Worth’s Jubilee and the rest of the roundup today is active, talented teens, teens, teens.