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.
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“Elsewhere, Texas” is a small show, mostly just color photos of 23 projects around the state from the past decade. But in his review, Jerome Weeks says ‘small’ is part of the point. These are not big-ego, big-ticket projects. But they point to what may be our future.
It’s festival time in North Texas, and there is most definitely something for everyone. May is always chock full of festivals ranging from Cinco de Mayo celebrations to the African Cultural Festival.
In the Houston Chronicle’s quick safari through everything that’s gone up and is going down in the Arts District, arts writer Molly Glentzer says the area doesn’t yet have a smidgen of the lively street scene it’s gonna need.
Thursday night, The Crow Collection of Asian Art kicked off a new series, First Thursdays: The Silk Road Lounge. The series started off by featuring the music of Space City Gamelan, a musical ensemble based in Houston. A gamelan is a musical ensemble of Indonesian origin and features instruments ranging from xylophones, drums, flutes, metallophones […]
It would seem like a no-brainer that if the Dallas Art Fair is coming back to town with its 50-plus national galleries and drawing in more than 5,000 art-loving visitors, then it might be a good idea to set up an art fair across the street.
Guest blogger Brad Ford Smith is a Dallas artist and arts conservationist. On Friday at 11 a.m. the doors will open for the second annual Dallas Art Fair. But as I write this, it’s 10p.m. on a Wednesday night, so I thought I would share some thoughts about last year’s Dallas Art Fair … Simply […]
Big noisy fun but that’s all: DTC artistic director Kevin Moriarty opens the company’s new home with A Midsummer Night’s Dream that pumps up the volume and the dancefloor energy. It’s got balloons, graffiti art and squirt guns. Forget about anything heartfelt, though.
– it’s now online as one of Gary Cogill’s WFAA videos, all 20 breathless minutes of it (” “magnificent!” is pretty much how the prose starts). Mighty cool visuals, though. A first look at that rooftop logo, for instance, with a big aerial reverse zoom that makes Cogill look like a tiny bridegroom figure topping […]
Innovative architect Rem Koolhaas met with the media last week — and then sat down with us to answer questions about the Wyly Theatre, Dallas architecture (“very bland”), the courage of Dallas donors and the horizontal vs. the vertical in the Arts District.