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Archive: 'Arts Education'
Two history professors get behind the amazing masterworks in the Meadows Museum’s landmark show, Treasures of the House of Alba, to talk about a family that, after some 600 years, remains among Spain’s wealthiest — and certainly the owner of one of Europe’s great art collections.
Using a Google-owned database of more than 100,000 notable individuals, UTD prof Maximilian Schich tracks how Western culture spread around the world in a animated, digital video.
JFK: 5 Decades of Progress will explore the president’s legacy from civil rights to the space race.
A new outfit is offering residences to female Dallas artists. The plan? Offering them a boost not just through studio space but smarter business practices.
Win tickets and attend any event at this year’s American Liszt Society Annual Festival at UNT.
Are you making plans to go check out the renovations at the Amon Carter Museum? Well, before you do be sure to sign up for this Big Deal first.
It’s a ramshackle compound with a pre-fab shed and an enclosed yard littered with half-done artworks and a couch. But there’s a lot of arts activity going on in the Ash Studios.
He’ll be there for three weeks in fall 2015 and three weeks in spring 2016, working with students and researching his new play on Russian arts impresario Sergei Diaghilev.
Former Dallas playwright and Pulitzer Prize-winner Doug Wright could not attend Monday evening’s memorial celebration of Theatre Three co-founder Jac Alder. So amid the evening of songs and memories, this eulogy from him was read.