Poet Katie Peterson is the third winner of the $10,000 Rilke Prize from UNT. She should feel at home visiting Denton: She loves country music.
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Charles Santos of TITAS tells guest blogger Danielle Gergiou what to expect from this weekend’s performances and audtion.
First staged last year at UNT, The Lady Revealed is about both the ‘Dark Lady’ of Shakespeare’s sonnets – the bewitching mistress whom Shakespeare worshiped and attacked – and the contentious Oxford don who believed he’d uncovered her identity. Now Theatre 3 will present it for free – with Theatre 3′s Jac Alder playing the don.
Jawole Willa Jo Zollar founded the groundbreaking performance ensemble in 1984 — and now she’ll be spending a month in Dallas, restaging a recent dance work with SMU students and developing a new one.
All four paintings were in private hands and include one of the martyr, St. Ursula, which was sold at Sotheby’s last year for more than $3 million.
It may be unprecedented – two museums opening shows, both on the same living Texas artist, the one focusing on his paintings, the other on his sculptures. Not surprisingly, Dallas artist David Bates says he feels like he’s died and gone to heaven.
Last year, Rep. Paul Ryan’s House budget committee concluded NEA grants were a “wealth transfer” from the poor to the rich because the arts primarily benefit the rich. A new SMU study concludes this isn’t so.
See a gallery of images from UNT on the Square and a reception for famed artist Kiki Smith and her tapestries.
Find out how you can get a sneak peek of the upcoming movie, ‘The Monuments Men.’
The Jazz Education Network is holdings its national conference in downtown Dallas. Expect 3,000 teachers, musicians and students. Bart Marantz will be one of them. He’s director of jazz studies at the Arts Magnet, and we talk with him about what’s changed in music training since Norah and Erykah graduated.