It’s fall in North Texas, and that means it’s festival time. Grab the kiddies and try one of these on for size.
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Kehinde Wiley’s become an art star with his flamboyant, revisionary portaits – painting African-Americans in hip-hop gear or designer gowns as if they were in works by Old Masters. The Modern has a major retrospective that showcases Wiley’s dazzling, sometimes deliberately kitschy artworks. Plus VIDEO.
The hottest ticket around is not for a concert or play but to a sold-out lecture – and, oh yeah, we got tickets!
Using a Google-owned database of more than 100,000 notable individuals, UTD prof Maximilian Schich tracks how Western culture spread around the world in a animated, digital video.
Check out war planes, Soviet-era equipment, classic cars and more in this salute to veterans of all ages.
It may have featured such Southern-fried cliches as wisecracking yokels in cornfields, but Hee Haw often featured top-grade country music — and became the second-longest running syndicated variety show in TV history. Now it’s been turned into Moonshine, the Broadway-bound musical at the Theater Center.
This week, we talk about an era when some of Hollywood’s biggest films were distributed through Dallas – and about a film series that revisits those classics.
A West Texas motel isn’t the usual setting for a Wagner opera, and the production has provoked strong opinions. KERA contributor Quin Mathews takes us to the controversy at the annual Wagner festival in Germany.
If you’ve got a kid that loves a good thrill, check out this week’s highlights from the Junior.
The Amon Carter show from last year has moved on to St. Louis and now New York — where it has been hailed by national and even international press.