The Crow Collection has expanded its mission to include wellness classes and lectures (yoga, t’ai chi, meditation), while Rachel Nash is a rare gallery owner: She also offers art therapy.
The Met Opera’s general manager Peter Gelb has said simulcasts are simply not drawing younger audiences the way they hoped, while the Dallas Opera’s Keith Cerny says theirs certainly are. Who’s right? They both may be.
Language is political, George Orwell told us. Actually, says Slavs and Tatars, the new show at the DMA, even individual letters are political. It’s the alphabet as a weapon.
The SMU grad and the former Dallasite won an Oscar for best animated short in 2012. Since then, their Shreveport-based Moonbot Studios has won Webby awards and daytime Emmys. And they’ve got even bigger plans …
Theatre Three’s By the Way, Meet Vera Stark may be set in Hollywood in the 1920s, but its lead actors know its issues of race and typecasting in their own careers.
Covering the French Revolution to the dawn of modernism, with more than 120 artworks by 70 artists, including drawings by Degas, Picasso and Delacroix, the Dallas Museum of Art’s Mind’s Eye certainly offers an eyeful. But does it hold together?
One of the preeminent noble families in Europe, the House of Alba will be sharing more than 130 artworks — including paintings by Goya, Titian and Rubens — with SMU, marking the Meadows Museum’s 50th anniversary.
The Bass couple haven’t shown their artworks much in public. That’ll change next spring.
Ian Derrer will take the place of artistic director Jonathan Pell, who started at the DO 30 years ago in the same position as artistic administrator. Pell announced his retirement in April; Derrer starts immediately.
The current city arts plan is 12 years old, and a number of its goals have been met – like establishing a percent-for-arts ordinance. So Fort Worth has set out to find new some ones.