Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s The Guitarist, Elledanceworks Co-Director Michele Hanlon’s The Guitarist/Outside-In depicts the journey of an eccentric individual attempting to find her way in the world, and control the chair that she is attached to.
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Museum of Art'
OK, SO NOW WHAT? All the enthusiasm over the Arts District’s open house on Sunday has died down to a simmer — final attendance guesstimate from the AT&T PAC folks is 45,000; earlier guesttimate was 25,000 at least. So now we can look forward to the acid tests of the two new halls: the Dallas […]
A pair of new exhibitions, All the World’s a Stage and Performance/Art, serve as welcome-to-the-neighborhood parties for the museum’s new Arts District neighbors.
If you were at the Dallas Museum of Art‘s Late Night event on Friday, you might have thought it odd when a dozen or so high school students “spontaneously” broke into dance. Don’t worry though: the kids are alright. What you witnessed was a group of Booker T. Washington students performing a flashmob dance. Any […]
Guest blogger Lydia Regalado is an arts educator, crafter and blogger who writes about people who gather to make things. DIY is not new to the Dallas Museum of Art. Over the past few years, public programs, including workshops and artists’ demonstrations, have been held at the DMA. It was only a matter of time before […]
GET ‘EM WHILE THEY’RE YOUNG: Fine arts groups everywhere are trying their best to attract a younger audience. It’s the only way to ensure a future. The Dallas Opera has a slew of events this month that aim to various degrees to educate its audience. And the Dallas Museum of Art recently unveiled a mobile […]
That was Art&Seek’s Stephen Becker regaling the masses with the topic “Through a Cinematic Lens: Exploring the DMA Collections” on Wednesday afternoon in the Dallas Museum of Art’s weekly Gallery Talk. Mr. Becker, whose real name is Benevolent Supervisor, used to be one of the main movie guys at the Dallas Morning News, but still keeps […]
SIMPLY THE BEST: WFAA.com recently asked its users to vote in its Best Of list, taking the pulse on everything from auto repair shops to yoga studios. There were a couple of arts-related categories in there, so for what it’s worth, I’m passing along the results. In the “best museum” category, the Nasher Sculpture Center […]
The last two days have been (relatively) cool, but Wednesday the temps get back into the upper 90s. Time to head back inside. As long as you are seeking AC, why not seek it at the DMA? Every Wednesday in July is free, and guess what – tomorrow’s the last Wednesday of the month. Need […]
If you could hear a painting, what would it sound like? The Dallas Museum of Art and UT Dallas have created a new interactive program to answer that question.