Today in the roundup: Preserving Robert Johnson’s legacy, reviewing the Omni Hotel and a guide to Dallas park pavilions.
Today in the roundup: The Perot Museum rakes it in, channeling Billie Holiday in Fort Worth and Sting sees the future.
What other gallery has some 6,700 works by area artists for sale — displayed in 1,001 rooms? What’s more, the Omni acts like an agent for the painters and photographers.
Today in the roundup: An update on the Kimbell expansion, local music bits and a chance to put your reading skills to good use.
So says the National Endowment for the Arts. It’s part of the agency’s arts employment data breakdown — where in the country do artists work? And why?
The Dallas Arts District will transform into an outdoor art gallery Friday night. Local artists have created videos and light installations that will be projected onto buildings, trees and even the streets during a night modeled on similar events in Paris and Toronto.
And we’ll also hear … bells.
The web seems to have been built just so we can experience artworks in exciting visual and informative ways: pop-ups, timelines, 3D, 360-degree, simulations, maps. Museums and art departments are only just starting to use these capabilities, but here are two eye-catchers.
Art&Seek’s launching a calendar app for iPhone, iPad and Android on Friday. Here’s how to get it and how to celebrate.
Congratulations to Levent Kahveci, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
We’re T-minus four months and some change to the opening of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, (a.k.a. the Calatrava Bridge) which will connect downtown Dallas with West Dallas. And plans are coming together quickly for a weekend-long celebration marking the occasion.