Taxidermy’s the theme at this year’s Art Conspiracy seed event.
Archive: 'Arts Funding or Budgets'
Iron Man 3 looks to be another billion-selling, comic-book film. So we thought we’d roll out the PBS superheroes to save the network from cutbacks (again). Carl Sagan! Bill Nye! Bob Ross! Our own thoughtful, superhero action blockbuster! Yeah, that’ll work.
You can help get affordable housing for artists built here in North Texas. You’ve got until July 1 to fill out the survey, but hey, you’re online now, aren’t you?
A full serving in this roundup: Fort Worth Opera and Lyric Stage deliver music and laughs, a Texas banker extols the arts, while Pearl Cup will caffeinate them.
This is the first city council election since the completion of the Arts District — in District 14. So who will replace Angela Hunt (who’s not running because of term limits)? Will he or she be another point person for the arts? And what about arts funding?
60 grand to support the Nasher’s 10th anniversary, sculptures-about-town exhibition. Their first ever NEA. Cool.
Outside recognition appears at last.
As passengers head to the new gates at Love Field, they’ll be greeted by another addition to the airport. Seven new pieces of public art are now on display. And that artwork serves many functions at the airport.
It’s Downtown Artsy, the video spoof created by the Dallas Museum of Art for its Arts Ball. DMA director Maxwell Anderson plays Lord Grantham – in this case, a traitor to his class for letting all the Cockney servants attend the museum for free.
Klyde Warren Park in Dallas has received a $2 million gift from the Moody Foundation. The plaza at the intersection of Woodall Rodgers and N. Olive St. will be named Moody Plaza.