Today in the roundup: The year at the Dallas Opera, lists of local albums and why Dallas should be watching museums in Europe.
Archive: 'Architecture/Urban Planning'
Project X theater company was a small part of a larger Design District project by developer-philanthropist Claude Albritton III, the man behind the McKinney Avenue Contemporary. But with those plans evolving and even coming under public criticism, the question is: What about X?
The designer of the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science is named the 2013 AIA Gold Medal Award recipient.
Today in the roundup: The New York Times eyes Dallas, a Broadway actor home for the holidays and 10 reasons to love the Modern.
Today in the roundup: Thinking practically in the Nasher v. Museum Tower debate, Fair Park’s year-round plans and details on Larry Hagman memorials.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation put the Nasher on its list of ‘at-risk’ landscapes. Now its president has talked with Peter Walker, the renowned landscape architect who designed the Nasher’s garden.
Today in the roundup: Previewing the Perot, remembering Larry Hagman and reviewing the Rockettes.
Today in the roundup: Martin McDonagh at Kitchen Dog, comings and goings in the arts and Ross Perot on the future of the museum with his family name.
Today in the roundup: A plea to Museum Tower, a roundup of visual arts notes and Seth Meyers’ plea to Texas.
There’s a media tour of the Perot Museum today, so you’ll be seeing lots of what’s inside the building, but we talk with architect Thom Mayne about, well, what’s up with the outside? Especially, that glassed-in escalator?