Experience the unexpected at one of these family-friendly events.
The idea of sharing your most personal experiences with a room full of strangers can be scary, but it’s all a part of the storytelling process that Oral Fixation encourages. Watch video from Oral Fixation’s latest installment, “Lost In Translation.”
From the sound of rainwater on a can to hundreds of audio clips from Western movies, the Cotton & Oil exhibition, ‘And then I whirled to the sound of,’ uses sounds to make you think and feel.
The Leadership Arts Institute is taking applications for its class of 2015.
Eric Pulido of Midlake takes a moment to chat in Instanbul as the band’s tour wraps up.
UNT’s Mayborn Conference celebrates narrative non-fiction, has done for 10 years. So why not mark the occasion by auctioning signed first editions by the likes of Larry McMurtry, Mary Karr and Paul Theroux?
Komali Mexican Restaurant on Cole Avenue has joined forces with Alchemy Arts and Alan Simmons Art and Design for a fiesta of the senses. The artwork of Brad Jensen, Sean McCune, Michael Mentler, and Yelizaveta Nersesova is on display in the restaurant and bar area, and Komali celebrated the collaboration with “Food & Art,” an event that […]
… an environmental historian. Which is something of a first for the $50,000 award from the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.
Nancy Whitenack has taken Conduit Gallery from a scrappy storefront in Deep Ellum to a sleek space in the Dallas Design District – and kept it going for 30 years. She talks to KERA’s Anne Bothwell about nurturing artists, selling their work and teaching Dallas how to look at art.
Covering the French Revolution to the dawn of modernism, with more than 120 artworks by 70 artists, including drawings by Degas, Picasso and Delacroix, the Dallas Museum of Art’s Mind’s Eye certainly offers an eyeful. But does it hold together?