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Dallas Theater Leader Jac Alder Has Died

The co-founder of Theatre 3, the company’s executive producing director who acted, designed and directed, the man who first brought the work of such playwrights as Harold Pinter and Edward Albee to North Texas, was 80.

From Texas To Paris Back To Texas: Soluna’s Homecoming For A Ft. Worth Artist

The DSO’s Soluna Festival finishes Sunday with fireworks and Sousa marches – all for free in Klyde Warren Park. But there’ll also be 15 videos about immigrants and refugees – compiled by an artist who’s back in North Texas after 25 years.

Art&Seek Jr: 8 Awesome Summer Camps

Check out the Junior’s list of cool summer camps.

SMU Makes It Official: It’ll “Ignite Arts Dallas”

Those things, like the Meadows Prize, that former arts dean Jose Bowen used to get SMU to engage with the wider Dallas arts community? Those things have been given a name, Ignite Arts Dallas, some funding and a director — meaning they’re not going away.

Nasher’s First Micro-Grants Announced – And Other Money News

It’s grant week! Today, the Office of Cultural Affairs starts a new round of applications for its special support grants, the Community Foundation of North Texas announced its ‘tool box’ grants earlier this week and now it’s the Nasher’s turn – with its inaugural microgrants.

Third annual Dallas Arts Week kicks off Friday

Show some love for arts in Dallas by picking an event to attend in the next week. There are hundreds to choose from.

The Big Deal: Artscape, A Juried Art Show And Sale At The Dallas Arboretum

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Don’t miss your chance to see and buy works from nationally recognized artists at the Dallas Arboretum’s Artscape.

The Big Screen: The One-Day Film

This week, we talk to a Dallas teacher who coached ELEVEN student teams through this year’s 24 Hour Video Race.

‘Wading Home': Katrina Opera Debuts At City Performance Hall

Wading Home debuts Thursday, an opera based on a novel about a father and son torn apart and brought together by the devastation wrought by Katrina. For at least one person in the show, the story has a special relevance.

Diavolo Dance Theatre Returns to Dallas To Defy Gravity Some More

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It’s not like you have to defy gravity to get here, but Diavolo’s director Jacque Heim loves Texas, so maybe that’s why his dancers will be head-over-heels — and spending a lot of time in the air at the City Performance Hall

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