It quickly became a new photographic icon for Fort Worth: the Modern Art Museum shimmering on its pond. It’s also been something of a turning point in the career of Japanese architect Tadao Ando. He returned to Fort Worth for 24 hours recently and we had a chance to chat.
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Robert Carroll, who was injured while serving in Vietnam, and Prof. Charles Overstreet, an expert in PTSD who served in Iraq, will join the author and the composer of “Glory Denied” Monday night. Please join us and share your perspective.
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!
Look over this week’s Big Deals here.
Critics are completely in the dark in Fort Worth, the state’s big literary festival loses a director and if you want to pull off an arts festival, go big: That’s what you’ve got in this morning’s roundup.
This Big Deal offers tickets to next year’s production of Glory Denied. It’s an incentive to join us Monday for “Glory Denied: Coming Home from Modern Conflict.”
Today in the roundup: Reviewing DTC’s ‘Chad Deity,’ plus words with Olga Kern and the Amon Carter’s Andrew Walker.
Tired of the fun-sized candy bars? Try a sugar skull at one of these Dia de los Muertos celebrations around town.
In honor of Veterans’ Day, The Fort Worth Opera, Art&Seek and Tarrant County College lead a discussion about homecoming experiences and art, prompted by the book and opera “Glory Denied.”
Trick-or-treating offers a chance to reconnect with your neighbors and find out about fun things happening nearby.