Today in the roundup: Assessing the arts in Fort Worth, plus the logic behind staging classic plays.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
A virtual survey of 60 artists, critics, gallery owners and others lead to the magazine’s bucket list of must-sees in Texas art museums — Caravaggio! Rembrandt! Donald Judd! — plus another list of Lone Star movers and shakers in the art scene. Now, on that list, Dallas has a revealing entry.
Today in the roundup: A look back at Fort Worth Music Fest, a spotlight on Freud and remembering Pete Gent.
The current production of To Kill a Mockingbird at Casa Manana is the first collaboration between the Fort Worth company and the Dallas Theater Center — in 53 years. How’s that for a novel with a message of tolerance? But there are other forms Mockingbird will be appearing here.
A 1931 portrait of Texas folklorist J. Frank Dobie took a hit from an off-balance child on the opening day of the exhibition, ‘Alexander Hogue – An American Visionary.’
Today in the roundup: Assessing Shakespeare Dallas’ Hamlet, the Rolling Stones in Fort Worth and words from the Amon Carter’s director.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re taking a grand tour of the Fort Worth Cultural District.
Today in the roundup: Designing sets at Dallas Children’s Theater, searching for missing Fort Worth artists and restoring the DMA’s history online.
You may have heard of Benjamin Espino. Since 2000, he’s been the managing director of Ft. Worth’s Jubilee Theatre. Now he’s at the LCC.
The former director of the Kimbell Art Museum, who committed suicide in March 2010, had works by such modern masters as Robert Motherwell and Al Souza.