The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County is celebrating its 50th birthday this year. But to mark the occasion, the organization is giving gifts to a couple of patrons who have helped build the city’s arts community.
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Violence, corruption, poverty – they’re part of life for many in Mexico. And they’re complex issues that artists there are exploring. “Mexico: Inside Out: Themes in Art Since 1990,” a landmark exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, has gathered work from 23 artists living in the country to look everyday life there. And those artists provide a level of nuance and sophistication that go beyond the headlines.
Welcoming back the DSO, Peter Pan visits the PAC and pics from Dia de los Toadies.
A masterpiece returns to the DMA, the Toadies have big plans and a look at Will Power’s new play.
Eric Lee, Director of the Kimbell Art Museum, explains some of the design features of the new Piano Pavilion and talks about the excitement surrounding the buildings Nov. 27 opening.
Meeting FWSO’s conductor-in-residence, Tina Parker’s possible TV gig and previewing a big dance performance Saturday.
The Kimbell Art Museum is still a little over two months away from unveiling its new addition designed by architect Renzo Piano. But this week, the museum removed the fences hiding the project from the street to shoot architectural photos of the new space. And we snapped a few of our own.
Want to jam with Stewart Copeland of the Police? Want to meet James Magee, creator of The Hill? Overindulge in art in two cities? It’s almost the weekend…..anything’s possible.
It's not just a painting by John Singer Sargent, arguably America's finest portraitist of the late 19th-early 20th century. It's a seven-foot tall Sargent portrait of actor Edwin Booth, arguably the most important American actor of the age.
Stage West founder Jerry Russell was a talented actor, director — and even sandwich shop manager. A rare combination in a leading figure in North Texas arts.