About those Museum Tower appointments by the mayor, last night’s episode of Breaking Bad, a getting-his-name-out-there Dallas filmmaker and hands-on art museums: All this and more this Monday morning.
TCU’s School of Music has been scattered around seven different buildings. If the money’s raised, it’ll get a city-block-long facility with an 800-seat performance hall and an opera studio.
No plans for a Grand Tour of Europe this summer? Let Luke Shepard take you to some of the continent’s architectural highlights in this expertly photographed video.
We do a quick Q&A with Peter Vogel, a legal expert on the whole phenomenon of using fake profiles to advance your cause through online comments.
It’s the big tangle, the big barrier — the snarl of freeways, levees, industrial sites and a possible tollway, all between downtown Dallas and the Trinity River. Now a design challenge is showcasing proposals for how to change all that into something scenic, livable and, of course, open for development.
Taking sides in the Nasher/Museum Tower debate, a new Dallas-based reality show and how museums are bringing more of their collections out of storage.
Forcing a solution on Nasher v. Museum Tower, plus words with a current Nasher artist and thoughts on the changing face of piano competitions.
We’ve got updates on a couple of proposed arts-related buildings, plus local music bits and an arts media merger.
In search of the great American symphony, the best songs about Texas and high praise for the Winspear.
Comparatively speaking, of course. But there’s real proof. The NEA has just released the first of its Arts Data Profile Series with a nifty interactive map.