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Archive: 'State of the Arts'

State of the Arts: Janeil Engelstad, Christopher Blay and Stephen Lapthisophon

What’s new with North Texas artists right now? That’s the topic at this season’s first State of the Arts – Thursday, Oct. 10 at the Dallas Museum of Art. Presented by the DMA and Art&Seek, the conversation will be led by KERA’s Jeff Whittington – with artists Janeil Engelstad, Christopher Blay and Stephen Lapthisophone.

Monday Morning Roundup

Happy Monday – time to check in with Creative Time, wish a legend Happy Birthday, and pick your cultural favorites in Dallas.

State of the Arts: Print This Sculpture; Display That Data

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Prepare for a mind-blowing State of the Arts with panelists who are pushing the boundaries of art and technology. Come join us Thursday night.

The Buildings Are Finished. What's Next for Arts District?

The DMA and Art&Seek kick off State of the Arts new season tonight at the DMA. Join host Jeff Whittington and his guests Mark Banta, Veletta Forsythe Lill and Maria Muñoz-Blanco for what’s next in the Arts District.

Mayor Proclaims the Creative Arts Center "For the Citizen Artist"

Guest blogger Gail Sachson is on hand when Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings visits the Creative Arts Center.

The Takeaway of José Bowen's New Book, 'Teaching Naked'

Guest blogger Gail Sachson dissects some of the lessons in the Meadows School dean’s new book.

When Spots on Glass are Good: Win an Art&Seek T-shirt

Glass2012 is organizing a series of events highlighting the medium over the next several months. Spot some glass and you may win an Art&Seek t-shirt.

VIDEO: State of the Arts with Beowulf Boritt and Nic Nicosia

In the series finale, we invited scenic designer Beowulf Boritt and conceptual artist Nic Nicosia to discuss their evolving fields and the role of staging in both the visual and performing arts. Plus info about some panel discussions you might want to know about at CentralTrak and Dallas Art Fair.