A Bill Gates-like billionaire downloads his life into a computer system. Robots re-enact the lives of their human creators, long dead. The Dallas Opera will present Tod Machover’s Death and the Powers: in 2014. Watch VIDEOS of Machover and learn about the other North Texas grants.
Take the family (or three friends) to see this concert, courtesy of The Big Deal.
He lives outside Austin, but we sure do like Bob Schneider here in Dallas. And two Big Deal winners will each get a pair of tickets to see his show at the Granada.
Museum Tower says Nasher cancelled a meeting today about the proposed retractable louvers; in an update, the Nasher says the Tower team was “working publicity stunts.”
If you haven’t signed up for this week’s three Big Deals, here’s your chance to check them out.
When the president you hired to take over from the interim president leaves after six months and then the once-again interim prez resigns after a year — and your piano contest is only six months away … what do you do? Get another interim.
The Ross Akard Gallery — which helped start the Fairmont Hotel’s Artist in Residency program — is no more. The Gallery at the Fairmont is now in the same space. But will the Artist in Residence program continue?
Did you contribute to Art&Seek’s Graffiti Wall at Art Con 8?
The star of PBS is stopping in Dallas – and bringing his TV friends – to put on this musical with a message kids will love.
There’s a media tour of the Perot Museum today, so you’ll be seeing lots of what’s inside the building, but we talk with architect Thom Mayne about, well, what’s up with the outside? Especially, that glassed-in escalator?