Can the hotel-motel tax be used to support Dallas arts? How big a draw is culture for luring companies here? Dallas’ four mayoral candidates answered questions Wednesday at the Nasher Arts Forum.
KERA announced that it is canceling Think TV and eliminating six positions at the station, due to uncertainties about the economy, federal funding.
One Big Deal winner and three friends will be off to see the wizard at Casa Mañana!
It’s ’80s dress up night at the Granada and we’re inviting two winners and their dates to put on those ripped day-glo t-shirts and headbands and go see the Psychedelic Furs.
We already know (usually) which songs will be hits. But which singer’s interpretation of a song hits us more? The NYTimes reports it’s all about setting patterns and subtly breaking them.
The Dallas Opera has announced the nominees for its Maria Callas Debut Artist of the Year Award. Winners have included Cecilia Bartoli and Ben Heppner. Opera subscribers? You’ve got til May 3 to vote.
We strolled along Dragon Street for the Dallas Art Dealers Association’s annual Spring Gallery Walk. A perfect spring day for it, so we captured a few images.
Hong Kong real-estate mogul Adrian Chen says the Chinese are yearning for a different retail experience. So he’s creating a line of “K11″ malls” featuring local artists in gallery-like settings amid high-end shops.
At a gala luncheon today, arts patrons and performers celebrated Theatre 3’s 50th anniversary — and honored its long-time leader, Jac Alder.
“XXI: Conflicts in a New Century” features work by today’s best war photographers. The show’s co-curator Charles Dee Mitchell shares thoughts about the history of documenting conflict.