The rise of trendy 7th Street in Fort Worth hits some snags, SMU Press is back (kind of), Liz Mikel is looking at Broadway and UNT arts folks will benefit from a wealthy man’s will — all in this roundup.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Today in the roundup: An update on the Ridglea, touring Fort Worth’s art spots and determining the popularity of pop stars.
Today in the roundup:An Arts of Collin County update, local music bits (including a new Sarah Jaffe song) and meeting your Art Doppelgänger.
It’s called the Smith Center, another multi-million-dollar, “world-class” performing arts complex, and the architect behind it is David M. Schwarz, whose retro red-brick-and-columns work should be very familiar to North Texans. In fact, the Smith Center seems to echo a particular Forth Worth complex.
Today in the roundup: Theatre Three visits Japan, a call to local artists and literally the most commonly misused word.
KERA re-airs the 1985 documentary Water Garden this Friday as part of the KERA Classics series, celebrating the station’s 50 years.
Joan Davidow took a look at last weekend’s temporary transformation of Ross Avenue. She liked what she saw and give special credit for it to one man.
Today in the roundup: New money to promote tourism (and maybe the arts) in Dallas, T Bone Burnett’s next major project and making art out of fire.
On Sunday, a portion of Ross Avenue leading into Downtown Dallas will be transformed into a pedestrian-friendly boulevard.
The issue isn’t the new City Performance Hall going up in the Arts District or even who’s going to manage it. The issue is — and has been for several years — the drastic cuts to managing the city’s cultural facilities. Here’s a possible solution. But it’ll require collective action.