Today in the roundup: Ranking the country’s most literate cities, plus the reviews are in for The Lieutenant of Inishmore.
Archive: 'Arts Education'
A journalist and tireless networker, Bonnie Leslie had a behind-the-scenes influence with arts organizations from the Dallas Symphony to the Undermain Theatre.
Well, maybe a rising, falling, then rising star. Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works, the designer of the Arts Magnet expansion, has gotten noticed by the LATimes — because of a new museum that will open in Denver later this year.
Alexander Calder’s mobiles are currently on display at the Nasher Sculpture Center. And that reminded guest blogger Gail Sachson of the time the famed artist came to Dallas in 1976 to help Braniff celebrate the Bicentennial. (And she’s got the pictures to prove it.)
Your home movies and videos are important and should be preserved. Guest blogger Bart Weiss tells you why – and how.
Today in the roundup: Better directions in the Arts District, a new high school theater award and a chat with Erik Parker.
It’s a basic cycle of life here: Dozens of young North Texas theater artists leave for LA or New York every year. But Cedric Neal is a member of the Dallas Theater Center’s acting company, and his last two years here have been little short of meteoric.
Today in the roundup: The Dallas Theater Center’s youngest stars, local music notes and Annette Lawrence needs your help.
SMU’s Meadows Prize is only two years old but it’s made a name for itself for its requirements and the unconventional artists chosen as winners. Jerome Weeks talks to Jose Bowen, dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, about the prize and the winners, a choreographer-designer and a hip-hop playwright.
If you’re a student filmmaker, you’ve got a chance to work on your craft and maybe earn your school (and yourself) a little money in the process.