Happy artists, a happy new WordSpace season (with Laurie Anderson and John Waters) and some sarabanding with a Dallas-based dancer-choreographer in New York: Can you tell it’s Thursday?
Archive: 'Arts Education'
You're back in the office, so we're giving you a <em>venti</em> sized cup o' Roundup this morning to get those eyes open.
With the Trinity Lutheran Church coming down, Dallas’ Office of Cultural Affairs works to save glass artworks there, made by Dallas sculptor Octavio Medellin — and have them moved to the City Performance Hall.
There’s a big name in former DSO concertmaster Emanuel Borok – now an SMU distinguished artist-in-residence – but it’s also interesting to see how the other appointments are sprinkled among the different arts and divisions.
TCU’s School of Music has been scattered around seven different buildings. If the money’s raised, it’ll get a city-block-long facility with an 800-seat performance hall and an opera studio.
Dallas Summer Musicals’ 2013-14 season, an early listen to new Polyphonic Spree music and a UNT student’s arts medicine research.
Los Angeles sculptor Liz Larner has been tapped to design a piece for the school’s new Arts and Technology Building.
Take an in-depth look at a movie classic showing at the Kimbell and a new film from a Dallas director. Plus, the Fairmount is again looking for artists.
A lot of non-profits preach music education for kids, but a local jazz legend is keeping his simple. Every year, Freddie Jones hands out about a dozen trumpets to young people with a little talent and a lot of drive. But once the instrument changes hands, the work’s just starting.
Catch great art at the movie theater.