Recycle your art supplies at ArtCon this year, and volunteer to help Art&Seek with its ConArtist gallery.
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Want to help Art&Seek set up for Art Conspiracy, or take a shift at our Con Artist Gallery at the event on Oct. 23? E-mail us. We’d love to hear from you….
If you like the idea of arts and culture coverage on KERA and here at Art&Seek, Thursday’s your big opportunity to let us know.
To get you in that Halloween mood, the Dallas Children’s Theater offers four tickets to see “The Curse of Castle Mongrew”. (Recommended for ages 12 and older)
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Brad Goldberg’s artistry is hard to define easily. He’s basically a stone sculptor and landscape designer but he’s also created wind-powered fountains and the interior of a church, complete with baptismal font. Perhaps the best way to sum up Goldberg’s approach is “Stone Age High-Tech.” We talk to Goldberg about why he’s drawn to egg shapes and urns, what led to his interest in green technology and why anyone would struggle with a material as resistant as rock.
Celebrate Art&Seek’s second birthday — and be one of the first (the few! the proud! the fashion-forward!) to own the new Art&Seek T-shirt.
We’re coming up on Art&Seek’s second birthday, and to celebrate, we’ve made some significant improvements to artandseek.org. We’ve got a new look, a new microsite, a YouTube channel, improved search function, and more.
Our handy-dandy cameras shall always grace our sides, so welcome to the first installment of Found Objects. This ongoing series will highlight (via video or photographs) some of the more interesting works of art we find while moving about in our daily lives. This past weekend, I was driving around Lakewood looking for a new [...]