Today in the roundup: DMA hires a curator, the ghost of Frank Zappa visits UNT and a very special DIFF screening you should know about.
Archive: 'Arts Education'
Guest blogger Brad Ford Smith helps you plan your weekend at the fair.
Congratulations again to Ian Aberle for winning March’s Art&Seek Flickr Photo of the Month for his photo, “Missa de Functorum.”
The two winners of this week’s Big Deal will each receive a pair of general admission (standing) tickets to see Karla Bonoff with special guest Sara Hickman at the Kessler Theater on April 21.
D’JAM Jazz Appreciation Month continues and guest blogger Arlington Jones of Sammons Jazz fills us in on a couple events he’s attended.
Today in the roundup: The local premiere of August: Osage County, future art stars at TCU and the three levels of the local arts scene.
Think for a moment about singing without words, using the voice as an instrument. Then go hear how it’s done at UNT Friday night. Guest blogger John Murphy, chair of Jazz Studies at UNT, interviews Professor Jennifer Barnes, who leads UNT’s jazz singers AND performs with Vertical Voices Live.
Fort Worth artist and curator Christopher Blay spent the better part of a day watching Theaster Gates – at a panel discussion, a reception, and one of the more unusual “lectures” we’ve heard of recently.
A herd of brightly-colored dancing horses shocked students Thursday at the University of North Texas. But the event may have been a surprise, but it wasn’t spontaneous. Instead, it took a famous artist, hundreds of students and months of planning to pull off.
Great day out at ArtsPark at North Park Saturday. If you missed it, check out this video from Bart Weiss, head honcho at Dallas Video Festival and Video Association of Dallas. And if you were there – check to see if Bart caught you.