In Year 2, the fest doubles down on music and invites a Dallas filmmakers on the rise to pitch in with the programming.
Who would make sense to cover the David Bowie classic? How about Chris Hadfield, commander of the International Space Station. The lack of gravity adds a certain something.
Art&Seek talks with Richardson based artist Marilyn Vicente about the space where she creates her art. You can see more of Marilyn’s work at Underground 5 this weekend.
On Saturday, the Homegrown Music and Arts Festival kicked off it’s 4th year in downtown Dallas.
Today in the roundup: The buildings that define Dallas, opera’s ticket-selling problem and an NPR dance contest.
Main Street Garden is the place to check out great acts and local art this weekend.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll hear how the civil rights struggle took an operatic turn.
Fela! is a thunderous wall of sound-and-dance. In staging the life, music and defiant politics of the Nigerian firebrand, choreographer-director Bill T. Jones has gone for hip-shaking, sexual energy – not so much for coherent story. But the world tour at the Winspear is top-notch.
Today in the roundup: Fort Worth’s new drive-in theater, kids take on Mamet in Plano and getting to know a Cliburn competitor.
Today in the roundup: A competitor switcharoo at the Cliburn, the DMA’s Pop-Up Art Spot and new place for local movie musings.