Second Thought’s 10th season, The Story comes to town and David Lowery’s got a challenge for you.
Archive: 'Visual Arts'
For its next commission, the Nasher Sculpture Center visits the mall developed by the museum’s namesake.
… and now he’s doing it at art fairs in places like Basel and London. Does it matter? Well, it’s about a shift in the economics of the art market.
Congratulations to Samarpita Sengupta of Dallas, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
You can’t see much of it now, behind the construction fence, but you’re not paranoid. There IS someone staring at you on Main Street. Looks like part of a giant from a Twilight Zone episode.
There’s a big name in former DSO concertmaster Emanuel Borok – now an SMU distinguished artist-in-residence – but it’s also interesting to see how the other appointments are sprinkled among the different arts and divisions.
Vicki Meek will explore Bishop College’s contribution to intellectual and cultural life in Dallas in her project, which will be housed at Paul Quinn College.
Downtown Dallas is home to the Crow Collection of Asian Art. But by the end of the decade, a second museum dedicated to the world’s largest continent could open just a few blocks away. That museum will focus on South Asia.
A grizzly comedy at Circle Theatre, David Lowery on film editing and the DMA's temporary conservation space.
Congratulations to Claudio Branch of Arlington, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!