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Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
Today in the roundup: Avenue Q’s local puppetmakers, Dallas gets renewed and the DMA’s striking new work.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Pantagleize’s Woyzeck, local art collectors among the world’s most active and a study looks at the cultural building boom.
The DMN reported talks between the Nasher and the Museum Tower had “all but broken down.” And a lawsuit was coming. Nope, says the head of the pension fund that backed the tower. And the negotiator says the talks are fine.
An attorney for the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System — funders of the Museum Tower — blames “public criticism for the failure of the talks and threatening the $200 million building’s viability.”
Today in the roundup: A Museum Tower/Nasher update, Joel Ferrell’s very busy schedule and business tips for artists.
Denver Post reports that the former DSO music director takes a new position with Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
The Dallas Museum of Art just got 300 grand to launch a ‘Laboratory for Museum Innovation.’ Cue the eery sound effects.
Last year saw the welcome return of Bruce Wood to choreographing and running a dance troupe. This year, his Dance Project’s second season has three premieres — including a rather personal one about brothers, fathers and sons.
The Dallas budget contains A First for the City — which may well lead to a first for the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Light the fireworks. But then there’s that 15 percent cut.