Putting pencil or paint to paper for most of his 87 years, former attorney Arthur Blanchard gets his first Dallas gallery show.
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The project to create seven videos from the speech that JFK never delivered wraps up — with a haunting a capella performance of his words. They echo through the Dallas Market Center, where the president was headed, but never made it, fifty years ago.
Tired of the fun-sized candy bars? Try a sugar skull at one of these Dia de los Muertos celebrations around town.
Guest blogger Olin Chism says Emmanuel Villaume led a brisk and disciplined performance of the Bizet opera. Plus a round-up of other reviews.
Check out the Juniors picks for community fun just in time for Halloween!
See photos from this years Index Music Fest.
One of the biggest art shows of the fall might be taking place in your neighborhood. That’s because 10 public artworks commissioned by the Nasher Sculpture Center will be open to the public beginning Saturday. It’s part of an effort for the Nasher to have an impact beyond its downtown space.
Why build a town and dedicate it to the arts and music? “I needed a place where I could go for a beer.” KERA’s Anne Bothwell catches up with Brooks Gremmels for this week’s Friday Conversation.
Aurora is back, filling the Arts District tonight with nearly 90 video artists, digital images, performers and musicians. The essence of the artists-night-out is what the French call son et lumiere, sound-and-light shows — big, bright projections.
Looking to hook up with the Great Pumpkin? No problem. Check out the Junior’s list of perfect patches.