But they’re called ‘black box operas’ — for the kind of small venues they get staged in. Enough of a trend that maybe the opera world is splitting in two?
Archive: 'Arts Funding or Budgets'
KERA Reporter BJ Austin files this report from today’s City Council meeting.
The Wall Street Journal is impressed by the Perot Museum’s design and its hyperactive exhibitions. But this is the Journal, so there’s the money, too.
Today in the roundup: Reviews of shows at the Modern and PDNB, plus two big gifts to SMU.
Her work was exhibited in New York and Paris, she was taught by John Singer Sargent. Ever hear of Martha Simkins?
The arts fund-raising group gave its annual grants last night. See who got what.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Theatre Arlington’s ‘Allergist’s Wife,’ TACA announces 2013 grants and why there’s always coughing at classical concerts.
He was scheduled to speak at the Dallas Trade Mart that day. He never made it. Now there’s an art project, a community initiative that hopes to have individual Dallasites completing that speech – with their own photos.
It’s D Day. Or DMA Day. Actually, it’s MLK Day — and what better occasion for the Dallas Museum of Art to admit visitor for free? And then there’s that whole new membership deal, the real innovation.
For the first time, SMU’s Meadows Prize is awarded to two solo female performers: violist Nadia Sirota and political performance/video artist Tania Bruguera.