Today in the roundup: The UNT Orchestra plays Cowboys Stadium, the DSO pulls a switcheroo and local theater notes.
Archive: 'Arts Education'
Today in the roundup: Di Wu talks touring, thoughts on Theatre Three’s “Unmade Bed” and following up on Ask a Curator Day.
The Dallas Architecture Forum and the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has established a scholarship in honor of the former Dallas Morning News architecture critic who passed away earlier this year.
The annual prize is presented by the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture to a writer-scholar in the humanities who has demonstrated great promise — and is intended to encourage and assist them for their future accomplishment. A cash award of $50,000 provides the encouragement.
Jerome’s story this week about music education in DISD got us thinking: Why don’t most schools offer guitar or piano classes?
Today in the roundup: A look back at the Cliburn, a look forward at the movies in Fort Worth and Ask a Curator Day.
The National Performance Network has helped jump-start the careers of artists like the Blue Man Group, Liz Lerman and Blondell Cummings. Now the group’s coming to Dallas for it’s annual conference…and bringing opportunities for North Texas artists and performers. Guest blogger Vicki Meek fills you in:
Today in the roundup: A local bestselling author talks tricks of the trade, honoring Horton Foote and broadening your theater background.
DISD has been climbing out of the arts-education hole it dug back in the ’80s and ’90s. But it’s been able to do it with outside, non-profit money — from groups like the Wallace Foundation. We look at how Little Kids Rock is bringing the power of rock — for free — to young headbangers and songwriters in DISD.
A centennial and a bicentennial the same year: Mexico has something to celebrate these days. And North Texas museums, galleries and concert halls are pitching in, with a wave of openings timed around Sept. 16, Mexico’s Independence Day.