Although it chronicles events of more than 50 years ago, the crowd-pleasing Matisse exhibit “Afterlife: The Story of Henri Matisse’s Ivy in Flower at the Dallas Museum of Art is relevant to the art world today.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
Today in the roundup: Controversy over public art in Fort Worth, helping the blind enjoy the theater and a double dose of Tuna.
Today in the roundup: Shakespeare Dallas branches out, an activist photographer and how to cast a Broadway show.
Today in the roundup: Opinions of Oliver!, making movies straight for the Web and baby art critics.
If you haven’t made it out to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art to check out “The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision,” you’ve got between now and Sunday to change all of that. But Thursday night is the date you want to circle on your calendar.
Today in the roundup: The rise of the amateur performer, the many Billy Elliots and J. Peterman comes to town.
He’s danced with New York City Ballet and Twyla Tharp, and his choreography has won national acclaim. But his own company closed down in 2006. Now Bruce Wood, North Texas’ leading contemporary choreographer, is starting over – in Dallas’ Arts District.
An exhibition now at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth explores the foundation of Cubism – a style considered revolutionary in the early 20th Century. And a walk through the exhibition shows that it took two artists working as a team to turn the art world upside down.
Today in the roundup: Cliburn CEO quits, questions over City Performance Hall and big thumbs up for the Kessler.
We choose winners on Friday for this week’s Big Deals – tickets to see Billy Elliot at the Performing Arts Center AND tickets to a screening of Happiness Is…presented by Lone Star Film Society and the Fort Worth Modern.