… a guy who’s done well for himself by handling the sound for one of Hollywood’s biggest names.
Archive: 'Arts Education'
The Undermain is the first theater to use the City Performance Hall. It’ll be a chance for the company to show it can hold its own with the big boys in the Arts District.
The Dallas Museum of Art hired a big-name painting conservator this past year. And they’re building an entire department and public display around him. Literally building one. The plans are impressive. So we’re looking forward to that this next year.
Today in the roundup: The Meadows Museum acquires work, Ben Fountain’s roll continues and Stage West looks at expansion.
The money is a gift from the Kleinheinz Family Endowment for the Arts and Education out of Fort Worth.
The free admission policy is great, wonderful, noble, all the media outlets agree. But it basically just gets people in the door. It’s what happens next the media mostly ignored – and it’s what DMA director Maxwell Anderson hopes will change the museum industry.
Art&Seek Jr. checks out TEDxKids@SMU – a conference all about sparking ideas and curiosity in students.
Guest Blogger Gail Sachson writes about her first trip to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, which opens Saturday.
There’s a media tour of the Perot Museum today, so you’ll be seeing lots of what’s inside the building, but we talk with architect Thom Mayne about, well, what’s up with the outside? Especially, that glassed-in escalator?
One of this year’s Art Conspiracy beneficiaries is making a name for itself as a place where students from all across Dallas can receive and advanced education in the arts.