A natural fit between hall and honoree: Lamar Hunt founded the American Football League, Major League Soccer, co-founded World Championship Tennis – the list goes on. So now you can learn how well you run against a T-Rex in the Lamar Hunt Family Sports Hall.
Signage Works is a MAP project. And for the next week or two, Art&Seek will play host to the students who created it. Check back every day to see a new sign and learn about the artist.
The Kimbell’s new exhibition,The Age of Picasso and Matisse, is a mini-encyclopedia of early modern art: Cubists, futurists, Dadaists, Surrealists. It’s a compact explosion, the record of the artistic genius that rippled through 1900 to 1950. And we have a slideshow to prove it.
It’s a ‘new’ Goya because the painting has been in private hands, unseen by the public, since the ’50s. But it’s an ‘old’ Goya because the artist painted it only months before he died in 1828.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: The Dallas Cowboys welcome a new addition: sculpture, what’s the state of the arts in North Texas?, baseball is fading in Plano, and more.
Only three solo concerts are scheduled for the first half of 2014, but then, two of the performers are Itzhak Perlman and Andre Watts, so you know, they’re not exactly starting at the bottom of the list.
There’s lots to say about Jim Hodges’ stunning exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art. Guest blogger Gail Sachson focuses on the camoflage. PLUS: The DMA;s Hodges video.
Five stories that have North Texas talking: Dallas VideoFest 26 kicks off tonight, a metro-wide art project tries to make art with purpose, the beloved kolache goes under the microscope, and more.
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.
Only $9,000 left to raise – out of $95,000 for a documentary on the world-premiere collaboration between Police drummer-composer Stewart Copeland, the Dallas Symphony, conducted by Jaap van Zweden and the percussion ensemble D’Drum. But there’s only 2 days left.