Today in the roundup: An update on the Kimbell expansion, local music bits and a chance to put your reading skills to good use.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Today in the roundup: Signs coming to the Arts District, fashion robots at the DMA and the intersection of religion and theater.
The Dallas Arts District will transform into an outdoor art gallery Friday night. Local artists have created videos and light installations that will be projected onto buildings, trees and even the streets during a night modeled on similar events in Paris and Toronto.
And we’ll also hear … bells.
Today in the roundup: An important art collection leaves Fort Worth, the debate over Arts District signage and Savion Glover describes his style.
Congratulations to Levent Kahveci, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
We’re T-minus four months and some change to the opening of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, (a.k.a. the Calatrava Bridge) which will connect downtown Dallas with West Dallas. And plans are coming together quickly for a weekend-long celebration marking the occasion.
Mark Weinstein is starting his first full season running the AT&T Performing Arts Center, which itself hasn’t even been open for two full years. So he’s asking all of us impatient North Texans to let him have just a little more time to turn it into Lincoln Center.
Dull Dallas art? Fun with Fluxus! A parade with a giant balloon cone bra — coming soon? And now, with extra Fort Worth! All in the Tuesday Roundup.
The Follies revival in New York is boasting about its 28-piece orchestra. Ha. Lyric Stage’s revival of Gypsy has 39 pieces. And you can hear them all, if you win one of five pairs of tickets to see this classic Broadway musical.
North Texas’ loveliest skyscraper wins an award, a new arts complex is planned in Tarrant County, the Balcony Club could use some money while banjo-picker Steve Martin gives away some. All this and more in the Wednesday Roundup.