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?
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
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Today in the roundup: David Byrne’s local art stop, Dallas Chamber Symphony’s silent-film score and the Dallas Holocaust Museum’s new leader.
Guest blogger Barbara Vance continues her conversation with Dallas Chamber Symphony Conductor Richard McKay. Learn a bit more about McKay and how he launched this new group.
There’s always some of the Dallas Museum of Art’s vast contemporary collection on view, but it’s more than a year since contemporary art has taken over the Barrel Vault – the spacious arched main gallery of the museum. KERA Joan Davidow applauds the unlikely, yet rewarding groupings of art from post World War II to the present.
Today in the roundup: The DMA’s education grant, the first round of SXSW bands and it’s hunting season at Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
Time to check out this week’s Big Deals if you haven’t already.
The Dallas Chamber Symphony commissioned new music for the silent comedy “Sailor-Made Man.” Guest blogger Barbara Vance chats with conductor Richard McKay, and tells you what star Harold Lloyd and Superman have in common.
Doh! It’s Macbeth, filtered through the lens of The Simpsons.
Nasher-Museum Tower negotiations seem stalled; art museums blog away; and how a Grammy-winning violinist stays fresh. Your last round-up before the weekend!