Photos big and tiny at the Amon Carter, reporters at SXSW, and there’s a new critic in town.
Afternoon Delight is a daily diversion for when you’re just back from lunch, but not quite ready to get down to work. Check back weekdays at 1 p.m. for another one. In Dallas, we’ve gone through a fair amount of talk about how hip / attractive / garish or outright cheesy it is, sticking LED […]
For the past seven years, Texas lawmakers have funded STEM academies – public schools stressing science, technology, engineering and math. This fall, Plano ISD launches a variation on that theme, KERA’s Bill Zeeble reports on the new STEAM Academy.
They’ve commissioned artworks for 10 public sites around Dallas — with artists from LA, New York, the Netherlands — and Texas. Plus, a video introducing the artists.
There are still hurdle to clear before the development becomes reality. But if you’d like to daydream, here’s what you should imagine.
The pension board of the Dallas police and fire department met this morning to discuss how to handle offers coming in for the property. KERA’s BJ Austin reports.
Today in the roundup: More on SMU’s arts research center, props for the Perot and opera’s contribution to pop culture.
Today in the roundup: Previews of a couple of touring theater shows coming to town, plus the 13 Texas buildings to see in 2013.
Ken Price’s sculptures look like radioactive alien life forms. Wild, whimsical yet wickedly precise. The show is the first full-career retrospective at the Nasher – and it ran into that little sunlight problem they’ve been having.
The Wall Street Journal is impressed by the Perot Museum’s design and its hyperactive exhibitions. But this is the Journal, so there’s the money, too.