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.
Thao Nguyen brings her banjo to the waterfront in this On the Road video version of “Holy Roller”
The Night Beds croon along Lady Bird Lake in this latest installment of Art&SEek/KXT’s On the Road series.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet the crown prince of Dallas fiddlers.
Tonight, the Texas Guitar Quartet performs on the Texas Wesleyan University campus as part of the Guitar Fort Worth Classical Series. Here’s a little taste of what you can expect.
What do ordinary object sound like? That’s the question artist Shannon Novak is asking with his new show at The MAC.
Today in the roundup: The DSO wraps its tour, Fort Worth’s “most democratic institution” and words with Jim Gaffigan.
The winner of nine Tony Awards kicks off the upcoming season in August.
Today in the roundup: Dispatches from the DSO, plans for Main St. Fort Worth Arts Fest, plus the local museums that popped up in The New York Times’ special museum section.
We put the question to Scott Cantrell, the Dallas Morning News’ music critic, who’s been trekking around Austria and Germany covering the Dallas Symphony.