It’s going to help underwrite the free admissions policy for three years and get the DMA’s entire collection online.
Archive: 'Visual Arts'
Carlos Donjuan’s painting ‘Dreamers’ was one chosen from thousands of entries – for the latest issue of ‘New American Paintings.’
Guest blogger Gail Sachson on Alfredo Jaar’s piece, part of Nasher Xchange.
The WAAS Gallery opens “American Painting Now” tomorrow night. Guest Blogger Erin Joyce, the show’s curator, shared a look at who she chose for the show and why.
Putting pencil or paint to paper for most of his 87 years, former attorney Arthur Blanchard gets his first Dallas gallery show.
Last year, the DMA returned ownership of six items to Italy, once evidence was found indicating they were looted. Tomorrow, the museum puts on display seven ancient Etruscan art objects – part of the ongoing collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Culture.
The project to create seven videos from the speech that JFK never delivered wraps up — with a haunting a capella performance of his words. They echo through the Dallas Market Center, where the president was headed, but never made it, fifty years ago.
Congratulations to Jesse Scoggins of Fort Worth, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
Congratulations to Robert Sigafoos of Dallas, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
Artists are often lone wolves – the painter in his studio, the sculptor immersed in her work. But that’s changing in North Texas. A surprising number of artists are banding together – and changing the contemporary art scene. KERA Contributor Joan Davidow takes us on an eye-opening journey into the world of art collectives.