Win tickets to party with Band of Heathens at their CD Release Party at Bass Hall.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
Tired of the fun-sized candy bars? Try a sugar skull at one of these Dia de los Muertos celebrations around town.
This Big Deal offers five full days of feature films, docs, classics and shorts.
In this Big Deal and when Dracula says “Children of the night. What music they make.” those children will sound a whole lot sweeter accompanied by Philip Glass and his ensemble.
More fun than a barrel of monkeys!
Get swept up in the melodies, costumes, staging and dance of ‘Romeo & Juliet’ from Texas Ballet Theater.
Signage Works is a MAP project. And for the next week or two, Art&Seek will play host to the students who created it. Check back every day to see a new sign and learn about the artist.
The Kimbell’s new exhibition,The Age of Picasso and Matisse, is a mini-encyclopedia of early modern art: Cubists, futurists, Dadaists, Surrealists. It’s a compact explosion, the record of the artistic genius that rippled through 1900 to 1950. And we have a slideshow to prove it.
An exhibition of modern art masterpieces from the Art Institute of Chicago opened over the weekend. Nearly every important artist of the first half of the 20th century is included in “The Age of Picasso and Matisse.” But one painting dominates the show.
Stephen Wade has tracked down the human and musical connections behind some of the great field recordings of the Library of Congress: field hollers, chants, cowboy waltzes. Now, the master musician-folklorist brings his award-winning book, The Beautiful Music All Around Us, to life on stage.