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Frank Dufour and Thomas Riccio kick off the series, talking about their exhibition “Not So Indifferent.” Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou fills us in.
FWOpera director Darren Woods and Dallas Opera director Keith Cerny will talk in public together for the first time, answering questions about new works, the measure of success and the future of opera. It’s almost Halloween: We’ll also ask for any horror stories.
Polyphonic Spree headline the opening night festivities for the Park on Oct. 27
The world premiere of The Dracula Cycle has been postponed. In its place? The Odd Couple.
Veletta Lill, Mike Rawlings and Ann Margolin stop by Think today to talk about the future of the arts district. Listen at noon.
The Phillips Collection may be a boutique operation in DC, but it pioneered modernism in America and collecting living American artists. One hundred artworks from Winslow Homer to Mark Rothko make up the largest touring show the Carter has hosted.
Sometimes, being No. 2 is a good thing. David Okamoto explains why itmay be ok for Austin and other cities to have a better reputation for music.
Many of the Baroque sculptor’s masterpieces will never tour – they’re marble fountains. But these clay models were his prep work. And before they come to the Kimbell, they’re showing at the Met in NYC.
Things get a little bit country down at Annette Strauss Square when Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder show up. This Big Deal winner will be there.