A major touring exhibition of the Hudson River School — the group of pioneering, 19th-century American landscape painters — is the highlight of the Amon Carter’s 50th anniversary year. Which also happens to be the first year for its new director, Andrew Walker.
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Today in the roundup: Meet the new Cliburn chief, Happy belated B Day to Georgia O’Keeffe and prepping dinosaur bones.
Andrew Walker — currently the assistant director for curatorial affairs and curator of American art at the Saint Louis Art Museum — has been appointed director-designate, beginning January 31. He’ll officially take over from retiring director Ron Tyler on, well, April Fool’s Day.
The Amon Carter does Alfred Steiglitz proud, we’re proud of the crazy, cheapo, sci-fi films shot in Texas in the ’60s, Curtis King of the Black Academy of Arts and Letters ain’t too proud to beg and Fluxus proudly returns to Fort Worth before heading off into space.
Today in the roundup: Wrapping up VideoFest, an early listen to the Old 97′s new album and local museum news.
Today in the roundup: The best of Forth Worth, Shrek shines and theater and photography talk.
Dr. Ron Tyler will retire from his post as director of the Amon Carter Museum in April.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re taking in art morning, noon and night.
Today in the roundup: Alternative arts spaces, leading local arts funding and visualizing heat.
Just so we’re all clear on this: The Amon Carter Museum is officially changing its name to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.