Today in the roundup: Dance Planet 17′s local headliner, final thoughts on the DSO in Europe and a rare book discovered at the Amon Carter.
Archive: 'Local Events'
Funding ideas for the park in Dallas, and the arts in Fort Worth, swishing through theater history, and a few gallery hits. Happy Friday.
The programmers of the Dallas International Film Festival tell us about this year’s event, and we review a Romanian film that’s got us sharply divided.
Members of the Dallas theater company were among a group who met with artists all over Cuba on a recent trip. What did they learn? Thoughts from guest bloggers Lisa Taylor and David Lozano.
In April, Dallas residents are invited to put down their smartphones, turn off their televisions and return to a form of entertainment that predates those gadgets – reading.
For this special Thursday roundup just for you, we’ve got big money at the DMA, a little money raising hackles with Klyde Warren Park and a flying reporter, among other things.
Today in the roundup: An architecture critic slams the Perot, plus reviews of ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘The Odd Couple.’
This fall, the Nasher will put up artworks around Dallas to mark its 10th anniversary. But a brand-new festival called MAP (Make Art with Purpose), will be doing the public-art-all-over-town thing as well. The budget’s smaller but the ambitions are big: Changing the way people think.
Rain, rain, go away … but if it doesn’t you can still enjoy one of these egg hunts.
Today in the roundup: A couple of season announcements, Nick Cave heads to NYC and Tina Parker returns to the stage.