The art duo Chuck & George have playfully grotesque works in three concurrent shows — including an installation at Conduit Gallery that’s their most ambitious, ingenious work, a little house of mirrors, all of them filled with Chuck & George
PBS’ Blank on Blank series animates a 2009 interview with the author, in which he talks about the ups and downs of being a kid.
Today in the roundup: The sights and sounds of ‘Sister Act,’ a new novel from the long-dead Pearl S. Buck and a UNT professor’s new photo app.
The multi-Grammy Award-winning conductor of the Detroit Symphony has written that he’s avoided music competitions throughout his long career. We went backstage at Bass Hall to ask him what changed his mind.
We’ve been talking about Ain’t Them Bodies Saints for months, and now we’ve got a trailer. Plus, hanging with the Cliburn piano tuners and a foreign author weighs in on Texas readers.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Priscilla, Queen of the Desert,’ the future of central libraries and the Oak Cliff Five reunites.
JFK will be memorialized in all kinds of artworks and exhibitions this year in Dallas – but some seem to have been overlooked. Jake Heggie lands a big fish and we also lasso some theater bits for you — all in today’s roundup.
David Sedaris comes to town tonight for Arts & Letters Live. And as luck would have it, today’s also the day his new book, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, hits bookshelves. Here’s a short animated teaser.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s ‘Glory Denied,’ assessing the George W. Bush Presidential Center and a local critic goes national.
Emilia Bassano was the daughter of Italian Jews in Elizabethan London and an outspoken defender of women in print. But was she Shakespeare’s lover? A UNT professor wrote a play about her — and found that Emilia has kinfolk hereabouts.