On Wednesday, word came that Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra President and CEO Ann Koonsman is retiring after 30 years at the post. And now the FWSO announces that Amy Adkins has been picked to replace her.
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One of the longest-lasting arts leaders in North Texas, Ann Koonsman, president and CEO of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra since 1980, is retiring, effective July 31.
It’s the Kimbell and Impressionism – again. Next year, the Kimbell will be the only US stop for a sizable collection of late-19th century European paintings that are going on a world tour – 73 works by the likes of Degas, Monet, Renoir and Toulouse-Lautrec, all from Massachusetts’ Clark Art Institute.
Today in the roundup: The Amon Carter Museum turns 50, the return of Wanda Jackson and a Lyric Stage premiere heads to Off-Broadway.
It’s Friday. Let’s celebrate. Enter to win tickets to see B.J. Thomas or The Bellamy Brothers at Casa Manana.
Today in the roundup: A debut from the DSO, local music notes and a look at Ed Ruscha at the Modern.
Today in the roundup: A Fort Worth Opera Fest preview, connecting artists with beer and bringing Django back to life.
For three days in April — if you have the right pass — you’ll be able to see exhibitions at the Fashion Industry Gallery on Ross, the Nasher in the Arts District and both the Dallas Contemporary and the Goss-Michael in the Design District. It’s the third annual Dallas Art Fair.
Today in the roundup: The Nasher makes a list, Dallas’ new-old aquarium and Ed Ruscha’s first road trip.
Today in the roundup: Music to look out for in 2011, childlike poses at Conduit and understanding Lawrence Weiner.