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.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
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.
Happy Monday! Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to opening night of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird” at Casa Mañana.
The final roundup of the week gets tagged in Dallas (twice), examines the trend of one-painting shows at art museums, notes the changes in Sunday’s (gay pride) Festival in Lee Park and manages a quick go-round of reviews. So the roundup needs a weekend of rest.
Capturing one of Louis Kahn’s last film interviews, and remembering Patsy Swank: filmmaker Mark Birnbaum shares some thoughts on “The Kimbell: Year One,” which airs on KERA TV Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Randal Deen took his motorcycle to Fort Worth to scout out a landmark in the history of western swing – and got the shot that won this week’s Flickr photo contest.
The middle of the week Roundup features the DFW Theatre Critics Forum Awards, a new dance blogger, Dallas Opera hitting the phone lines and more on microphilanthropy!
Picture envy, lots of reviews from the weekend and a new seasons for Dallas Summer Musicals. Happy Monday.
UPDATE: Added a couple more Gypsy reviews on Monday a.m.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re going to cheese-and-wine our way through gallery openings from Fort Worth to Dallas.
It’s ‘The Ordination’ – and something of a coup for the Kimbell. Part of a set of masterpieces painted by Nicolas Poussin in the 1630s, it was bought from the Duke of Rutland, who needed money to work on his family estate, a little place called Belvoir Castle.