Cool down and chill out with one of these after dark activities.
Archive: 'History or Science'
Study up for the ‘Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection’ at the Amon Carter Museum with this Big Deal.
Monday night, Theatre Three holds a celebration of its late co-founder Jac Alder, an indomitable arts leader. As an online memorial to him, here are exclusive video excerpts from his last stage performance — with the Bruce Wood Dance Company in 2013 — and a last public interview at the Nasher Sculpture Center in 2014.
A new narrative history of Dada finds the supposed ‘anti-art’ fringe movement helped shape much of modern culture – and even our thinking about it.
Many of our ideas of Native Indian art remain confined to baskets and blankets, but the Amon Carter exhibition, Indigenous Beauty, provides a stunning corrective in its range and quality of masterworks.
This week, we trace the history of movie exhibition in Dallas with a recent UT-Arlington graduate who wrote his master’s thesis on the topic.
His funny-nightmare artworks look like Francisco Goya Meets James Ensor. For its 50th anniversary, the Meadows Museum honors one of SMU’s most significant grads, painter John Alexander, with a show of his animal-people hybrids and their disaster-bound environments.
A nice 75th anniversary for the Dallas Summer Musicals – with a hit Broadway show in New York and another in Fair Park. So we sat down with DSM president Michael Jenkins.
Got a kid who loves animals? Check out this week’s Junior.
Celebrate the dry weekend ahead with one of these kid-friendly events.