Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou writes that UTA faculty member Justin Ginsberg experiments with glass in beautiful ways at Ro2 Art’s Downtown Projects space. The weekend is your last chance to check it out.
And we also learn that a major Dallas collection of samurai armor is touring there …
You can help get affordable housing for artists built here in North Texas. You’ve got until July 1 to fill out the survey, but hey, you’re online now, aren’t you?
One suspects Dallas-area developers aren’t really haunted by the ghosts of the buildings they’ve knocked down. But there’s one place in town that is: The Park and Rec’s Boneyard. And you can visit it this Friday.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s ‘Glory Denied,’ assessing the George W. Bush Presidential Center and a local critic goes national.
Naturally, we kick off our series, Inside the Bush Center, with a look mostly at the outside. George W. Bush did not have a great environmental record as president. His new Center at SMU is a different matter.
Today in the roundup: Meeting the new architecture critic, previewing the Untapped Festival and reviewing the current Dallas Contemporary shows.
Bad timing? Mark Lamster’s moving from New York to Dallas – just when the downtown/Arts District building boom seems to have leveled off. So what in the world’s the new architecture critic going to write about?
Today in the roundup: An architecture critic slams the Perot, plus reviews of ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘The Odd Couple.’
Today in the roundup: Following the DSO in Europe, a call for public art and your 2013 Pritzker Prize winner.