A centennial and a bicentennial the same year: Mexico has something to celebrate these days. And North Texas museums, galleries and concert halls are pitching in, with a wave of openings timed around Sept. 16, Mexico’s Independence Day.
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Museum of Art'
Today in the roundup: A look at conservation work at the DMA, local music notes and remembering a former Cliburn director.
Today in the roundup: African Masks at the DMA, local theater reviews and old skool back to school.
The DMA announces a new blog: Uncrated.
Mask exhibit opens Sunday at the Dallas Museum of Art, but you can see the masks in action tonight at Late Night at the DMA.
The Undermain Theatre sends word of its 27th season today, which will include plays by David Rabe and August Strindberg, among others.
Today in the roundup: Rock stars old and new come to town, ranking the country’s museums and chilling out your dog with music.
Today in the roundup: the DMA gets smart, local theater news and the Kimbell is looking to raise a little cash.
The Belgian artist Luc Tuymans is considered one of the most influential painters of the past 20 years. At the DMA, in his first major museum retrospective in the United States, nearly 80 of his puzzling and spare paintings are on display. Matthew Bourbon reviews.
Today in the roundup: We’ll be hearing a lot more locally from Jake Heggie, The Times pays a visit and Mexico turns 200.