Today in the roundup: The Amon Carter Museum turns 50, the return of Wanda Jackson and a Lyric Stage premiere heads to Off-Broadway.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
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.
Have you seen the artwork at Cowboys Stadium? Here’s Gene Jones talking about how she and her family went about designing the stadium and incorporating museum-quality art into it. Want to know more? Come join us for State of the Arts at the DMA tonight.
Peter Doroshenko, the new artistic director of the Dallas Contemporary, hasn’t wasted any time shaping the organization’s near-future. He took over in October and has now announced the Contemporary’s ambitious new year of shows — with a very strong international flavor but also a couple big shout-outs to the homeys.
Today in the roundup: The reviews are in for Young Frankenstein, Michael Jackson lives again in Fort Worth and local artists to watch in 2011.