Today in the roundup: Reviewing Texas Ballet Theater’s ‘Nutcracker,’ an art opportunity at the Arboretum and a performance tip for musicians.
Archive: 'Public Art'
Project X theater company was a small part of a larger Design District project by developer-philanthropist Claude Albritton III, the man behind the McKinney Avenue Contemporary. But with those plans evolving and even coming under public criticism, the question is: What about X?
It quickly became a new photographic icon for Fort Worth: the Modern Art Museum shimmering on its pond. It’s also been something of a turning point in the career of Japanese architect Tadao Ando. He returned to Fort Worth for 24 hours recently and we had a chance to chat.
Oral Fixation kicked off its storytelling season last night with a “best of” presentation. Lyndsay Knecht was there and suggests you get fixated.
Frank Dufour and Thomas Riccio kick off the series, talking about their exhibition “Not So Indifferent.” Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou fills us in.
ArtCon 8 is coming. Here’s when and where.
Six new videos from Pecha Kucha at City Performance Hall last Wednesday. Check em out.
Artists rarely get a bigger canvas than this. The Dallas VideoFest marks its 25th anniversary Wednesday with videos – abstract, oddball, haunting — displayed on the Omni Hotel, visible for miles. Jerome Weeks rode along the search for the best viewing spot.
Today in the roundup: The best in local arts, Fort Worth’s singer/poet and a slew of visual arts news.
Join Art&Seek and PK Dallas for a great night that just got even better with additional new speakers: author Matt Bondurant, artist Bernardo Diaz, Dallas Black Dance Theatre founder Ann Williams – and middle school mariachi!