Today in the roundup: We’re talking Oscars on Think, plus local music notes and a Dallas dancer says better late than never.
Today in the roundup: Affordable artist housing in the Arts District, Dallas Black Dance explores its roots and the 35 Denton schedule is up.
… I mean, what, the guy’s been running Theatre 3 for how long? About time he got a sweet new gig.
The 140 items in the DMA’s first exhibition of the Russian-Jewish modern master are not about color. That’s what everyone knows Chagall for – that, plus floating couples and rooftop fiddlers. No, this lovely show is Beyond Color. But is it?
The Orchestra of New Spain is a Dallas-based group that specializes in Spanish music from the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries. But this week, it will turn its attention to resurrecting another Spanish art form from that time period.
Earlier today, we posted guest blogger Danielle Georgiou’s interview with some of the artistic forces behind Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. The company performs Saturday at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Here’s a preview.
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou previews Saturday’s performance with the ballet’s artistic director and its young dancer from Plano.
New York Times photographer Andrea Mohin talks about her approach to capturing dance in a single image.
You and a guest can see the dancers when they are in town to perform on Saturday at the Winspear Opera House.
Today in the roundup: A locally trained dancer makes the big time, how museums deal with donors and meeting the Amon Carter’s new hire.