Today in the roundup: $1,500 for local artists, Pantagleize’s political play and Jerry Schults on remaking the Ridglea.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Since it was founded, Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum has had a policy of acquiring works of “definitive excellence.” That goal is as lofty as it is elusive. A new exhibit celebrates the Kimbell’s 40th anniversary – and the spotlight is on the vision of the museum’s founders.
Today in the roundup: The Titanic docks in Fort Worth, previewing Dallas Opera’s season opener and Louis Kahn’s last project.
Today in the roundup: The end of the Arts Center of North Texas, checking in on a new local dance company and a look at The Addams Family.
During an appearance today on Think, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said a fix could be coming soon.
Today in the roundup: The Kimbell’s new app, more fallout of Nasher v. Museum Tower and more live movie scores.
The DMA and Art&Seek kick off State of the Arts new season tonight at the DMA. Join host Jeff Whittington and his guests Mark Banta, Veletta Forsythe Lill and Maria Muñoz-Blanco for what’s next in the Arts District.
How can the City of Dallas work with a national non-profit developer to create affordable space where artists would live and work? And what might that look like?
The Museum Tower took out a full-page ad in The Dallas Morning News’ business section. It’s not your typical real-estate ad. UPDATE: The Nasher says they’re pleased the Tower’s owners have publicly acknowledged the tower has “design issues.”
Artists rarely get a bigger canvas than this. The Dallas VideoFest marks its 25th anniversary Wednesday with videos – abstract, oddball, haunting — displayed on the Omni Hotel, visible for miles. Jerome Weeks rode along the search for the best viewing spot.