Second Thought’s 10th season, The Story comes to town and David Lowery’s got a challenge for you.
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Museum of Art'
A grizzly comedy at Circle Theatre, David Lowery on film editing and the DMA's temporary conservation space.
‘Xanadu’ wows ‘em at WaterTower, the benefits of the DMA’s conservation studio and the women directing area stages.
A laptop symphony is coming to Fort Worth, the DMA digs further into its archives and words with Fly playwright Rajiv Joseph.
The Dallas Museum of Art is hosting one of the biggest displays of North Texas art in its history. And it’s asked local arts groups to program some prime real estate. In opening its doors, the DMA is introducing a wide audience to local talent.
The DMA’s new ePublication, Stolen Shakes’ new season and the link between creativity and eccentricity.
How Richardson landed the Alamo Drafthouse, a call to classical musicians and the DMA’s new experimental project space.
The official, solemn, city-sanctioned, day-of, Dealey Plaza tribute to JFK won’t come until November, of course, but Dallas-area arts groups have already been marking the 50th anniversary of his death – but, so far, not with tributes so much as remembrances of a time past.
In a groundbreaking exhibition called DallasSites, the Dallas Museum of Art honors 50 years of contemporary art in Dallas. Correspondent Joan Davidow walks us through the historic presentation.
What "Hotel Texas" says about early '60s North Texas, plus Undermain's new season and a benefit student art show