Peter Doroshenko, the new artistic director of the Dallas Contemporary, hasn’t wasted any time shaping the organization’s near-future. He took over in October and has now announced the Contemporary’s ambitious new year of shows — with a very strong international flavor but also a couple big shout-outs to the homeys.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Today in the roundup: Writing about the pain of military life, music bits and kudos for the Winspear.
Today in the roundup: A new arts center in Lewisville, videos for the visual arts and in search of a one-armed drummer.
The American Institute of Architects has bestowed its prestigious Honor Award for Architecture on the Wyly Theatre. The theater is one of 10 structures so honored; others include the North Carolina Museum of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rooftop Garden.
Today in the roundup: The plans for Fort Worth’s Citizen Theater, words from AIA Dallas’ new president and pictures from a memorial.
Well, maybe a rising, falling, then rising star. Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works, the designer of the Arts Magnet expansion, has gotten noticed by the LATimes — because of a new museum that will open in Denver later this year.
Today in the roundup: The year in local music, a look inside the renovated Highland Park Village Theater and whither the Kimbell trees?
Today in the roundup: Better directions in the Arts District, a new high school theater award and a chat with Erik Parker.
Unsilent Night is a “participatory sound sculpture” — people walk through downtown playing recording tracks of bells and chimes. Consider it a hi-tech form of holiday caroling. Gary Brown brought the 19-year-old New York event to Dallas last year and he’s making it an annual tradition.
Today in the roundup: Assessing ultra-lux movie theaters, Cowboys Stadium in a coffee-table book and the creation of a Fort Worth holiday classic.