President Kennedy was on his way to deliver a speech when he was shot to death in Dealey Plaza. Two Brits in Dallas want regular Dallasites to deliver his Unspoken Speech – on video. The project has changed their own attitudes about Dallas.
Archive: 'Arts Funding or Budgets'
We do a quick Q&A with Peter Vogel, a legal expert on the whole phenomenon of using fake profiles to advance your cause through online comments.
Affordable housing for artists in the Dallas Arts District is one step closer to becoming a reality. That’s because Flora Lofts, a proposed housing development, has received tax credit approval from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.
The DSO left two weeks blank when it announced its new schedule in January, two weeks at the City Performance Hall. Those concerts are DSO CEO Jonathan Martin’s first steps in broadening the orchestra’s appeal with something fresher, more casual and more adventuresome.
Comparatively speaking, of course. But there’s real proof. The NEA has just released the first of its Arts Data Profile Series with a nifty interactive map.
Coming out of the recession, a majority of arts leaders (who replied to the poll) are upbeat about things like future audience and revenues. Except dance leaders.
The Fairmont’s resident artist shows off his work, a bunch of trash wins another artist $1,000 and Fort Worth Opera is awarded a major grant.
The 2011 AIDS benefit, A Gathering, was probably the largest, single, cross-cultural collaboration ever staged locally. Now the creators want to do it again – at the Winspear, in October. They just have to create a new show. The second in our series of reports.
Tony Award-winning producer Jeffery Sellers (Rent, In the Heights) is making his directing debut with the Dallas Theater Center production of the new musical, Fly, a new version of Peter Pan. He talks with Krys Boyd on THINK about musicals, the help of friends and what it’s been like working in Dallas.
… so fill it out already. The Artspace project ain't gonna happen unless enough area artists indicate there's a real need here.