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Posts Tagged 'Amon Carter Museum'
Today in the roundup: A big weekend for local clarinetists, rethinking what engagement in the arts means and the Amon Carter’s new interpretation manager.
The rare painting by the only American impressionist completes the Amon Carter’s “American expatriates in Europe” collection.
Next weekend is the actual 50th anniversary of the Amon Carter Museum. But this week, the museum put up a video look back at how the building, the collection and its mission have grown.
The Amon Carter has a major photo collection, so to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the museum wants people to submit photos of people enjoying the museum. Photos will be posted on the museum’s Facebook page and the grand prize is $100.
Today in the roundup: Native American Art at the DMA, assessing The Last Picture Show and delicate books at the Amon Carter.
A few digs at us from ‘The Simpsons,’ a broken leg, some closed stores, a double dose of Martha Graham and the new director at the Amon Carter all appear in this Monday roundup.
We have a death in the Fort Worth Circle of pioneering artists, young artists up at the DMA and a non-agreement agreement over Ansel Adams.
The Amon Carter Museum offers a rare opportunity; Christo is coming and ladies….shoes!
Today in the roundup: The Amon Carter Museum turns 50, the return of Wanda Jackson and a Lyric Stage premiere heads to Off-Broadway.