Today in the roundup: A video preview of ‘Bengal Tiger,’ Reviewing Second Thought’s ‘Behanding in Spokane’ and a new hire at the Crow Collection. Plus: pirates!
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Sarah Hennigan chats with Laurie Barnes, the curator of the latest exhibition at the Crow Collection.
Today in the roundup: Assessing Norah Jones’ side project, local music bits plus the Crow Collection’s current show.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re playing it by the book.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art is taking over the the sculpture garden that currently surrounds the Trammell tower. It will replace the current statuary with new Asian art acquisitions and re-landscape the area as a Japanese garden.
As part of its celebration of the Mexican Bicentennial, The Trammell Crow Collection of Asian Art is staging an exhibition called “Black Current: Mexican Responses to Japanese Art, 17th to 19th Centuries.” KERA’s Rob Tranchin reports that the show also has a lot to say about politics, religion and international trade.
The best day the AT&T Performing Arts Center has had was its first day — when it held an open house and 45,000 people showed up for tours and freebies. Now the Dallas Arts District organization is aiming to replicate some of that excitement — for a whole month.
Guest blogger Lydia Regalado is an arts educator, crafter and blogger who writes about people who gather to make things. High temperatures, conservative spending habits and the need to stay cool is prompting a Stay-cation Summer! This summer I am staying close to home, exploring parts of my city, some of them for the first time. [...]
ERYKAH REMEMBERS MICHAEL: We can probably expect a summer filled with Michael Jackson covers. So kudos to Erykah Badu and the Roots for taking the path less traveled in their cover of “I Wanna Be Where You Are” from 1972′s Got to Be There. The song was recorded when Badu was in New York to [...]
Roger Shimomura joins us this week to discuss a retrospective of his work at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.