Expanded Cinema happens Friday night at the Omni. This week, we introduce you to the artists whose work will be projected on the sides of the 23-story hotel.
The Prada Marfa building brouhaha continues to simmer. The artists who created the shack-sized structure have fired back, saying it’s art, not advertising.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: A filmmaker looks at Dallas from high above, how have artists responded to Oswald’s lone gunman legacy, it looks like Wendy Davis will run, and more.
There’s been much talk, and there’ll be more, about the legacy of President Kennedy. But in marking November 22, 1963, we have to talk about the legacy of Lee Harvey Oswald as well – the impact the assassination had on American culture: movies, books, the musical Assassins at Theatre 3.
KERA’s Jeff Whittington sang last night, and guest blogger Gail Sachson says he made at least one new fan.
Brian Jones – of the famous Dallas art-duo, Chuck & George – opens his first solo show Friday. Just in time for the State Fair’s Big Reveal of New Big Tex, his show features an entire series of paintings of Big Tex Classic in flames. And the series is animated.
Santiago Calatrava – he of the ‘signature bridges’ Dallas is building across the Trinity – is gaining a poor reputation among some of his clients.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: Classical music groups love the Dallas City Performance Hall, a bedtime story from Ted Cruz, should Big Tex be burned down every year?.First, welcome to The High Five — it's a regular feature on keranews.org and we're expanding it to Art&Seek starting today.
Fort Worth Opera will give With Blood, With Ink – an opera about a brilliant, tragic 17th-century feminist-nun – its first fully-professional premiere next season. But next week, you can see a preview of it.
Some changes here at Art&Seek. Good stuff!