From the sound of rainwater on a can to hundreds of audio clips from Western movies, the Cotton & Oil exhibition, ‘And then I whirled to the sound of,’ uses sounds to make you think and feel.
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The Met Opera’s general manager Peter Gelb has said simulcasts are simply not drawing younger audiences the way they hoped, while the Dallas Opera’s Keith Cerny says theirs certainly are. Who’s right? They both may be.
… an environmental historian. Which is something of a first for the $50,000 award from the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.
Check out the Junior’s picks this week for kids with special needs.
Covering the French Revolution to the dawn of modernism, with more than 120 artworks by 70 artists, including drawings by Degas, Picasso and Delacroix, the Dallas Museum of Art’s Mind’s Eye certainly offers an eyeful. But does it hold together?
Guest blogger Gail Sachson visits with the hotel’s latest artist in residence.
The current city arts plan is 12 years old, and a number of its goals have been met – like establishing a percent-for-arts ordinance. So Fort Worth has set out to find new some ones.
And the DMA has two of the top 10 vote-getters in the program that’ll put American art on billboards and subway platforms around the country.
Inside the New Cities Summit, the think-tankish talk-talk about our urban future that’s going on in Dallas, there’s a smaller conference about arts districts. And however big-idea they both might seem, they are, essentially, old-style trade shows. That’s a good thing.
KERA’s Rick Holter chats with Lily Cabatu Weiss, who’s retiring from Booker T.