A new Grey Matters gallery show plus a DMA retrospective makes us wonder: Why did <em>this</em> particular group of Dallas-area artists catch the national spotlight? Guest blogger and author Brendan McNally fills us in.
Archive: 'Local Events'
Today in the roundup: Is Dallas Black Dance Theatre being forced out of the Arts District? Plus a preview of FIT and a look back at Fort Worth’s OMNI Theater.
And the 12 players moving on to the next round are…
Sarah Polley proves in her new documentary that she can weave a tale. Plus, we get a preview of the 2nd Oak Cliff Film Festival.
Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou writes about a show that “uses black as the primal element that obscures, rather than reveals, information.”
When President Kennedy and the First Lady spent the night of Nov. 21, 1963, in Fort Worth, they were surrounded by art on loan from the city’s prominent collectors. Those pieces have been reassembled in the exhibition “Hotel Texas” at the Dallas Museum of Art. And one of the artists whose work was in the room only just heard about its inclusion.
Today in the roundup: Jubilee Theatre revisits the Harlem Renaissance, plus a local benefit album for Moore, Okla. and words with Ira Glass.
It’s an all-music roundup today, with items on a Dallas hip-hop doc, the Cliburn and Jaap’s home base.
Say hello to summer with one of these family friendly events.
Happy birthday to us – and thanks for your support.