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Cancer Brings A Trumpet Summit To Dallas This Week

A rare conclave is coming here nearly 20 top-flight trumpeters from Cuban jazz great Arturo Sandoval to principal trumpets from the likes of the New York Philharmonic. They’ll be playing concerts and holding master classes, all because the DSO’s Ray Anthony played the trumpet — and learned he had cancer.

UPDATE: Dallas Re-Instates Arts Grants – Applications START Friday

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OK, I confused two programs that both involve the city, the arts and the date Feb. 27. The Community Arts Program (CAP) is about performances and workshops. It’s NOT the new Special Support Grant — which wasn’t supposed to be announced until Feb. 27. That’s why the deadline for CAP is Feb. 27. OCA wanted it out of the way, so … there wouldn’t be any confusion.

Cultural Affairs Commission Votes To Remove White Rock Water Theater

The commission’s recommendation now goes to the Arts, Culture and Libraries of the Dallas City Council — which is likely to recommend the full council “de-accession” the art work

White Rock Water Theater Gets Negative Engineering Report

It’s not looking good for the controversial artwork. The metal poles designed to attract wildlife to the Bath House area are failing, engineers say. But theres a “win-win” proposal being floated.

Double Down On The Arts Prizes: UNT And SMU Both Announce Awards

A poet, a director who stages Shakespeare productions with 200 people in them and a high-tech, hip-hop performance collective: And they’re all coming here.

Dallas Art Project To Install Posters And Billboards Nationwide

The conversation on race is far from over. In fact, it’s growing. Dallas organization Make Art with Purpose is now expanding its project, “Dialogues on Race” from North Texas to nation-wide.

Dallas Not Even A Top 20 ‘Arts Vibrant’ City, Says New SMU Study

The study measures an area’s cultural vitality through such factors as arts employment, government support and non–profit dollars. And Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and even Austin do not rank high.

Cedar Fever? We Get A Tour of Where The MAC Is Headed Downtown

The MAC was in Uptown before Uptown existed. But now it’s headed south – to a sprawling, old complex in the Cedars. But will Kitchen Dog Theater move with it? Should it?

Review: Cara Mia’s ‘Zoot Suit’

Luis Valdez’ landmark Chicano drama finally comes to Texas, thanks to Cara Mia. Race riots, a bizarre, historic murder trial that railroaded 17 innocents — plus, hey, Latin music, dance and defiant flair. What’s not to like? Well … there’s the theater space.

Latest Arts Data Report from SMU: Getting Into The Details

It’s the second annual temperature-taking of American arts organizations by SMU’s National Center for Arts Research.

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