Grab a blanket and sit under the stars as you and the kiddos enjoy one of these outdoor concerts this weekend.
Archive: 'Local Events'
Today in the roundup: Meet the Cliburn competitors, talking arts criticism and a new study champions modern music.
Today in the roundup: The 2013-14 Eisemann Center season, how the Cliburn matches players with hosts and Lone Star Film Fest’s big honoree.
Today in the roundup: Why Dallas’ super-rich give back, a Fort Worth artist’s major prize and a local actor lands his dream role.
In the Saturday Spotlight, it’s a night of art openings all over Dallas!
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou writes that “she’s blowing up” takes on a whole new connotation when referencing Paris-based installation artist Anne Ferrer.
Local arts advocacy group ArtLoveMagic holds its signature event, Underground, on Saturday. It’s a live art show, where visitors can watch artists at work. The event is part of the organization’s mission to help connect artists with the public.
Today in the roundup: Dallas is getting a maritime museum (yes, really). Plus, Fort Worth’s most versatile venue and a major endowment gift.
More than 200 North Texas artists were involved in staging and performing A Gathering in 2011. Now the producers of the one-night-only AIDS awareness benefit want to do it again. Jerome Weeks will be following their progress.
After a stellar performance at the Homegrown Music and Arts fest in Dallas, Quiet Company met up with the On The Road crew in the KXT lounge at Hotel Indigo to play “… And You Said It Was Pretty Here” off of their album A Dead Man On My Back: Shine Honesty Revisited.