We talk to Heather MacDonald, co-curator of ‘The Mourners: Medieval Tomb Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy,’ a mouthful of a title that doesn’t convey how intimate, personal and gorgeous this once-in-a-lifetime touring exhibition is.
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If you like the idea of arts and culture coverage on KERA and here at Art&Seek, Thursday’s your big opportunity to let us know.
Stream KXT or KERA on your iPhone, catch up on programs or Art&Seek reports you may have missed, even wake up to the sound of Sam Baker.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll honor a pioneering songwriter who got off to an electrifying start in the music business.
One day. 100 arts groups. One-stop shopping for all your cultural needs.
PBS’ anchor icon Jim Lehrer is coming to town, twice — once for the NasherSalon speaker series and now for a media ethics lecture at SMU.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a giant in American music who considered Texas his second home.
Is Shakespeare’s Henry IV a faithful retelling of true events, or did the playwright make it sexier for audience appeal? On Thursday, Think host Krys Boyd examined the literary tug-of-war between art and history with Kathryne McDorman, Associate Professor of British History at Texas Christian University, and Kevin Moriarty, Artistic Director of the Dallas Theater Center.
If you contribute through DonorBridge to a North Texas arts organization or other non-profit tomorrow, your gift will be matched.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a singer whose biggest hits were based on a most unlikely theme.