That’s ‘public improvement district.’ And in this case, if it happens, that ‘district’ includes ‘cultural tourism.’
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Arts District'
The food trucks find a new home. This time, with plenty of tables and chairs. And no additional city fees.
Come give a mouse a cookie and look for the wild things this Friday as the Dallas Museum of Art hosts a variety of events as part of its Late Night at the Dallas Museum of Art event.
Earlier this week, we posted a few instructional videos courtesy of the Dallas Arts District and Dallas Theater Center about how to turn yourself into a zombie. And now, the last two videos in the series are here.
Caroline Rose Hunt and Frank Risch will be recognized for their contributions to the arts in Dallas.
Guest blogger Brad Ford Smith writes that the Dallas Art Fair’s mish-mash of galleries is part of its charm.
It’s a big weekend in local visual arts. The Dallas Art Fair starts this evening, and guest blogger Brad Ford Smith gives us a little preview of one artist at the fair whose work you might want to check out. And he reminds us about new shows at the Nasher, the Contemporary and the Belmont Hotel.
Today in the roundup: An expert sizes up the Arts District, a local contribution to a major jazz anthology and a Fort Worth native thinks globally.
One of the trickier mandates for the AT&T Performing Arts Center was preserving Annette Strauss Square. The open-air amphitheater already existed and had to be moved for the Winspear. Today, officials will dedicate the 2,400-lawn seating venue — which has been carefully slotted between the Winspear and the Meyerson.
The Catholic Foundation holds a juried competition – and offers $2,500 – for work to be displayed in its plaza in the arts district. Entries don’t require a religious theme.