Funding ideas for the park in Dallas, and the arts in Fort Worth, swishing through theater history, and a few gallery hits. Happy Friday.
Archive: 'Art&Seek on Think TV'
Three new sculptures were installed there this morning — as place markers for new multi-use buildings going up between Central and McKinney Avenue. One is even a black marble ‘water table’ by well-known Dallas stone sculptor Brad Goldberg.
We take a backstage look at how a world-premiere dance work, based on classic spirituals, takes shape. Complexions’ co-founder Dwight Rhoden talks about ‘Testament’ which debuts at the Winspear next week.
The Fort Worth Symphony will perform Oscar-winning composer Tan Dun’s Water Concerto, so Think TV talks with splashy master percussionist David Cossin.
At a gala luncheon today, arts patrons and performers celebrated Theatre 3’s 50th anniversary — and honored its long-time leader, Jac Alder.
Next Thursday, Theatre 3 holds a 50th anniversary luncheon. For the occasion, we invited executive producer director Jac Alder to lend some wisdom about surviving – and succeeding — in the area theater scene for half-a-century. We ask why he and his late wife Norma Young ever started a theater and how Theatre 3 become one of our very few arts organizations to own its facility.
Coming up is a HUGE week for contemporary art in North Texas: The Dallas Contemporary opens three shows, the Nasher Sculpture Center opens a new one, the Goss-Michael Foundation, etc. – and they’re all tied to the Dallas Art Fair. Art&Seek on Think TV talks with the Contemporary’s Peter Doroshenko on his shows, the function of art fairs and what a collective of young French artists is up to in South Texas.
Politics, politics, politics…with a little window dressing. Thank goodness it’s Friday!
With North Texas’ Horton Foote Festival in full swing, Hallie Foote, Horton’s actress-daughter, talks about how she portrays family members onstage, how her father’s writing changed and how she’s getting the family house in Wharton landmarked.
Wrapping up the 35 Conferette in Denton, getting started at SXSW in Austin, and happy birthday to Horton Foote.