The hope is not just research and data. The hope is that the new National Center for Arts Research can actually change the way the arts do business in America.
Archive: 'Arts Education'
This week in the Junior: Grab some inspiration with the kids at these Black History Month events.
Today in the roundup: A locally trained dancer makes the big time, how museums deal with donors and meeting the Amon Carter’s new hire.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re headed to UNT for the TMEA Honor Choirs Festival.
Today in the roundup: Behind the scenes of the Kimbell’s ‘Bernini,’ the Association of Art Museum Directors adjusts its acquisition rules and a mini ‘Les Mis.’
Today in the roundup: UNT students on the ‘Today’ show, Allen High School’s sudden band director change and more on the Contemporary’s print sale.
It’s D Day. Or DMA Day. Actually, it’s MLK Day — and what better occasion for the Dallas Museum of Art to admit visitor for free? And then there’s that whole new membership deal, the real innovation.
The free admission stuff is easy. Just walk in the door. But take a tour of what’s also free starting Monday: an entire system of carrots and sticks that’ll let the DMA learn about you and your behavior around, you know, art.
Looking for a little inspiration? Check out these picks.
For the first time, SMU’s Meadows Prize is awarded to two solo female performers: violist Nadia Sirota and political performance/video artist Tania Bruguera.