Bad timing? Mark Lamster’s moving from New York to Dallas – just when the downtown/Arts District building boom seems to have leveled off. So what in the world’s the new architecture critic going to write about?
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They also saw Bon Apetit!, an operatic spoof of Julia Child. But attendance for the free-admission triple feature was actually down a bit from the Dallas Opera’s debut last year at Cowboys Stadium.
They’re like highly-detailed totem poles made of heads of jaguars and reptile-gods. The two stands held the ceremonial bowl where the copal incense was burned – in Chiapas around 700 A. D. These babies are rare in the U.S.
Five Dallas arts leaders joined Mayor Rawlings onstage to talk about getting more artists here and keeping the ones we already have. The conversation, Rawlings admitted, was just a start.
In a chat Monday afternoon, Cuellar outlined some of her early thoughts on how she sees her role in the district.
She outdrew da Vinci. Will she do the same kind of numbers here?
Funding ideas for the park in Dallas, and the arts in Fort Worth, swishing through theater history, and a few gallery hits. Happy Friday.
For this special Thursday roundup just for you, we’ve got big money at the DMA, a little money raising hackles with Klyde Warren Park and a flying reporter, among other things.
This fall, the Nasher will put up artworks around Dallas to mark its 10th anniversary. But a brand-new festival called MAP (Make Art with Purpose), will be doing the public-art-all-over-town thing as well. The budget’s smaller but the ambitions are big: Changing the way people think.
Today in the roundup: Dispatches from the DSO, plans for Main St. Fort Worth Arts Fest, plus the local museums that popped up in The New York Times’ special museum section.