Today in the roundup: Val Kilmer talks ‘Citizen Twain,’ previewing the Fort Worth Opera Fest and the USA Film Fest schedule is released.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou talks with the Croatian cello sensations, who play the AT&T Performing Arts Center tonight.
It’s Downtown Artsy, the video spoof created by the Dallas Museum of Art for its Arts Ball. DMA director Maxwell Anderson plays Lord Grantham – in this case, a traitor to his class for letting all the Cockney servants attend the museum for free.
Klyde Warren Park in Dallas has received a $2 million gift from the Moody Foundation. The plaza at the intersection of Woodall Rodgers and N. Olive St. will be named Moody Plaza.
Bad timing? Mark Lamster’s moving from New York to Dallas – just when the downtown/Arts District building boom seems to have leveled off. So what in the world’s the new architecture critic going to write about?
Today in the roundup: The DIFF winners, a big weekend for The Dallas Opera and the classical sister act coming to town.
They also saw Bon Apetit!, an operatic spoof of Julia Child. But attendance for the free-admission triple feature was actually down a bit from the Dallas Opera’s debut last year at Cowboys Stadium.
Guest blogger Brad Ford Smith, a Dallas artist and art conservator, takes a stroll through the Dallas Art Fair.
Yes, Seinfeld at the Winspear. Right. June 8. No, and he’s not singing Turandot.
Today in the roundup: David Lowery to direct Robert Redford, the Perot Museum earns an environmental distinction and the DMA offers an incentive.