Some glossy travel coverage in enRoute, Air Canada’s magazine. Museums, fashion and fancy architecture. That’s us in a shiny new nutshell.
Artists Andrea Stinga and Federico Gonzalez run though their favorite architects alphabetically with nods to each’s most well-known work.
Her father built the heart or the Amon Carter Museum’s collection, but it was Ruth Carter Stevenson who built the museum — and then proceeded to expand its reach to national levels. She was 89.
Want to know what to see and who to watch in 2013? Why yes, yes you do.
The designer of the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science is named the 2013 AIA Gold Medal Award recipient.
Today in the roundup: Talking DTC’s ‘Christmas Carol,’ Frank Lloyd Wright comes to Arlington and a free drink for authors.
Today in the roundup: The New York Times eyes Dallas, a Broadway actor home for the holidays and 10 reasons to love the Modern.
Guest Blogger Gail Sachson writes about her first trip to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, which opens Saturday.
When plans for announced for the Wyly Theatre, one of its biggest selling points was its versatility. This time-lapse video shows just how versatile it can be.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation put the Nasher on its list of ‘at-risk’ landscapes. Now its president has talked with Peter Walker, the renowned landscape architect who designed the Nasher’s garden.