Today in the roundup: Food trucks are on their way to the Arts District, the Betty Buckley Awards nominees and how to produce a record.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Can the hotel-motel tax be used to support Dallas arts? How big a draw is culture for luring companies here? Dallas’ four mayoral candidates answered questions Wednesday at the Nasher Arts Forum.
Hong Kong real-estate mogul Adrian Chen says the Chinese are yearning for a different retail experience. So he’s creating a line of “K11″ malls” featuring local artists in gallery-like settings amid high-end shops.
Today in the roundup: The 2011-12 Lexus Broadway Series, talking about Creative Time and DIFF award winners.
Pecha Kucha is back. Check out the date, time and early line-up and get your tix now.
As part of Heritage Auction’s speaker series, Art&Seek’s Jerome Weeks answered questions about Dallas arts and arts audiences. The stimulating conversation covered demographics and real-estate churn and how they affect arts groups, the arrival of the international managerial class, how the problem isn’t attracting artists here, it’s keeping them, and the real reason our arts groups seek New York approval.
Box seats at the Dallas Opera, admission at the Modern in Fort Worth, jazz at AT&T PAC – and that’s just the beginning for one very lucky winner. Be sure to stop by Art&Seek’s table at ARts Park at North Park this weekend for more giveaways.
Today in the roundup: An expert sizes up the Arts District, a local contribution to a major jazz anthology and a Fort Worth native thinks globally.
SMU and Creative Time sponsor a day-long symposium looking at art, architecture and social engagement. It’s free, but you have to sign up.
Politics, politics, politics…with a little window dressing. Thank goodness it’s Friday!