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Amon Carter’s ‘Navigating The West’ Continues To Get Some Love

The Amon Carter show from last year has moved on to St. Louis and now New York — where it has been hailed by national and even international press.

New Residency Offers ‘Smooth Sailing’ For Women Artists

A new outfit is offering residences to female Dallas artists. The plan? Offering them a boost not just through studio space but smarter business practices.

The Big Deal: Nasher Sculpture Center Passes

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Enter for a chance to win passes to the Nasher Sculpture Center.

Flickr Photo Of The Week

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Congratulations to Bryan Varner of Midlothian, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest.

Renzo Piano To Design New Nasher Prize

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Makes sense, doesn’t it? He designed the Nasher Sculpture Center. Oh yes, and they’ve also gotten some big names to help bankroll the $100,000 award.

Aurora’s Artists Announced

In Europe, they call them son et lumiere shows, sound and light shows, and that’s what Aurora brings to the Dallas Arts District every two years — this time with 80 artists.

Exclusive Time-Lapse Requiem: ‘De-Installing’ The Giant Di Suvero Sculpture

The towering Proverb stood at the corner of Woodall Rodgers and Pearl for nearly 13 years. It came down Tuesday, and you can watch the massive undertaking as one of the tallest works by renowned sculptor Mark di Suvero is dismantled.

Flickr Photo Of The Week

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Congratulations to Laura Rivera of Arlington, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest.

An Icon At 50: NorthPark’s Artworks

NorthPark’s art collection is one of the things that makes the 50-year-old mall special. So we take a look at what’s there.

Massive di Suvero Sculpture Dismantled in Arts District

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The big red sculpture next to the Meyerson Symphony Center is coming down to make way for an office tower.

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