OK, so there’s no major scientific principle being demonstrated other than how wicked cool a laser can be in slo-mo. With bottle rockets.
She outdrew da Vinci. Will she do the same kind of numbers here?
Our very own favorite funky-wonderful gallery gets featured in a national mag.
Funding ideas for the park in Dallas, and the arts in Fort Worth, swishing through theater history, and a few gallery hits. Happy Friday.
As Nick Cave makes waves in NYC, we look back on the artist’s time in North Texas.
Some people don’t really commit to the lip-synching. But still, this is pretty impressive for a dancing mash-up: 49 kids, most of a high school facility – and just one take.
Members of the Dallas theater company were among a group who met with artists all over Cuba on a recent trip. What did they learn? Thoughts from guest bloggers Lisa Taylor and David Lozano.
In April, Dallas residents are invited to put down their smartphones, turn off their televisions and return to a form of entertainment that predates those gadgets – reading.
For this special Thursday roundup just for you, we’ve got big money at the DMA, a little money raising hackles with Klyde Warren Park and a flying reporter, among other things.
This time, Paul talks with Nicholas Altobelli about Without a Home, his new Salim Nourallah-produced album.