FWOpera is set on programming contemporary works by North or South American composers – each season. The new project starts with a remarkable three world premieres in three seasons. And wait til you hear the one about the dog.
Archive: 'History or Science'
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about what happened when some imported Pistols went off in a Texas dance hall.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to spend more time with the kids, here are some ideas for fun adventures to help you get started.
Enjoy a little nature – and stay warm – at the Texas Discovery Gardens butterfly house. Big Deal winners each receive four tickets!
The Dallas Museum of Art hired a big-name painting conservator this past year. And they’re building an entire department and public display around him. Literally building one. The plans are impressive. So we’re looking forward to that this next year.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll hear how the “Queen of the Accordion” took charge of her Houston realm.
For 2013, we’re looking forward to a whole series of things from the North Texas arts community, and we begin with Lyric Stage presenting a ‘lost’ musical by the great Frank Loesser — the genius behind Guys and Dolls. Quite the opportunity.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a small record label that had a big impact on Texas music.
One of the big brains at TEDEducation explain color’s relationship to light in fairly digestible way.
The odds that we’ll actually get any snow are always low. But if we do, at least now you’ll know what you’re seeing.