The new site looks clean and starched. Gone is any of the populist razzmatazz. This one says “class.” But it also offers some improved ticket-buying and calendar-searching.
Archive: 'Arts Funding or Budgets'
Today in the roundup: Assessing Tre Garrett’s first Jubilee show, Texans at the New York Fringe and nationwide trimming of arts funding.
Today in the roundup: Remembering Nancy Hamon, advice for the Dallas Opera and Symphony and shortening Shakespeare.
Today in the roundup:An Arts of Collin County update, local music bits (including a new Sarah Jaffe song) and meeting your Art Doppelgänger.
Pinter, Shepard and Len Jenkins — the author of the Undermain’s celelbrated Port Twilight — are on offer this season. Plus, a lower ticket price.
The Amon Carter has a major photo collection, so to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the museum wants people to submit photos of people enjoying the museum. Photos will be posted on the museum’s Facebook page and the grand prize is $100.
Today in the roundup: Amon Carter goes digital, how to write for Kelly Clarkson and talking about new art shows.
The Amon Carter Museum opened as a regional collection of Western-frontier art, but over the past 50 years, it re-invented itself as a leading museum of American art, including a major photography collection. So – what now? That’s why its new director, Andrew Walker, is trying to re-think, re-frame the museum.
Today in the roundup: Watching Bill T. Jones create, Kevin Todora reports from Venice and the Dallas Contemporary makes a hire.
Today in the roundup: A briefing on The Onion, Sundance comes calling to local filmmakers and a new library in Irving.