Love Field is getting some public art, and we all get a peek. There are two Sams at the Undermain, it’s the 40th anniversary of Afterimage Gallery and Hollywood’s Anonymous film is some serious propaganda — all in the roundup today.
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The star of stage and screen will be feted Nov. 18.
Today in the roundup: A new multiplex replaces an old one, Kansas City’s new PAC follows Dallas’ lead and an arts power couple calls it quits.
Today in the roundup: Words with an emerging FW filmmaker, the arts funding imbalance and a singer that won’t be pigeonholed.
Mark Weinstein is starting his first full season running the AT&T Performing Arts Center, which itself hasn’t even been open for two full years. So he’s asking all of us impatient North Texans to let him have just a little more time to turn it into Lincoln Center.
It’s only fitting. The author of Disgrace and Life and Times of Michael K got his Ph.D there.
Henri Matisse Nu do Dos — or “Back I-IV” — is a landmark work of modernist art. So much so, Fort Worth’s Burnett Foundation decided it ought to sell its set. Problem is, they haven’t sold as a group.
Today in the roundup: Cultivating the next generation of arts philanthropists, talking with TeCo and the value of early music education.
Caroline Rose Hunt and Frank Risch will be recognized for their contributions to the arts in Dallas.
The current production of To Kill a Mockingbird at Casa Manana is the first collaboration between the Fort Worth company and the Dallas Theater Center — in 53 years. How’s that for a novel with a message of tolerance? But there are other forms Mockingbird will be appearing here.