Remember that story we did on the inaugural report from SMU’s National Center for Arts Research? The report’s finally up, and it’s full of brightly colored nuggets ‘o data.
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Project Discovery deserves it – for more than 25 years of busing schoolchildren to full-scale, professional theater productions, a costly but rewarding program that gives kids a taste of real theater-going.
It might sound like jibberish, but NaNoWriMo is actually a nickname adopted by National Novel Writing Month. Reporter Duoaly Xaykaothao catches up with a few North Texans who are among the 300,000 people nationwide trying to write a novel in November.
SMU launched its National Center for Arts Research earlier this year. Now NCAR is previewing its first major study on the condition of American cultural groups – and what they can do to improve their outlook.
The DSO’s YouTube Channel is now The Maestro’s Choice — with the orchestra’s smart and silky videos featuring Jaap van Zweden as host and educator. It’s November, so you know what the latest one’s about.
KERA’s Stella Chavez reports on David Marquis, who taught for 30 years and turned his experiences into a trilogy of plays, I Am A Teacher. He’s been performing them for years for educational groups and audiences, but this weekend is the first time all three will get done at once.
Fort Worth Opera will give With Blood, With Ink – an opera about a brilliant, tragic 17th-century feminist-nun – its first fully-professional premiere next season. But next week, you can see a preview of it.
The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County is celebrating its 50th birthday this year. But to mark the occasion, the organization is giving gifts to a couple of patrons who have helped build the city’s arts community.
They’re all from the 17th and 18th centuries, and several are rarities: a painting from a lost altarpiece, a previously unknown pair of paintings on copper, an unpublished drawing.
The All-Star Orchestra assembled leading principal players from across the US — to create an 8-part PBS series on classical music. DSO associate concertmaster Emanuelle Boisvert was there. The show starts this Sunday, but you can watch the trailer here and now.