Frank Dufour and Thomas Riccio kick off the series, talking about their exhibition “Not So Indifferent.” Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou fills us in.
Archive: 'Arts Education'
Today in the roundup: A former first lady gets us reading, new operas in Fort Worth and how capitalism can save visual art (which you may not know needs saving).
The next “Conversations with Keith” opera event is slated for Tuesday. If you’re interested in modern opera, pull up a chair and join the discussion.
Six new videos from Pecha Kucha at City Performance Hall last Wednesday. Check em out.
Share some quality time with the kids this week by taking in a mother-daughter painting class or gazing up at the man-in-the-moon.
Speedy little buggers – all because of the big donations they’ve been hauling in and a quick construction schedule. Online ticket sales will start Oct. 2.
A chocolatier, a puppeteer, choreographer Bruce Wood, novelist Matt Bondurant (Lawless), the guy behind the move for affordable housing for area artists – and more. And they’re all speaking and performing at the new City Performance Hall Wednesday evening.
Tod Machover’s MIT students created Guitar Hero. He’s made musical instruments that respond to heart beats. He’s composed an opera for robots. He’s talking Tuesday night at Hamon Hall at the Winspear.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Kitchen Dog’s ‘Becky Shaw,’ the Undermain’s new blog and a big donation for the Perot Museum.
Closing out the work week with a bang, a big bang of arts openings in the next week, plus UTD seems to be collecting museum directors, while a famous graffiti artist may go to jail, and not for spraying murals on walls.