It’s all visual arts in the roundup today with a trip behind the scenes at the DMA and a look at a local art magazine.
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Former DTC artistic director Adrian Hall, Rep. Kay Granger of Fort Worth, Maxwell Anderson of the DMA – it was practically a parade of North Texans getting happy ovations from the assembled theater artists at the TCG national conference.
The DMA’s innovative step into audience data-gathering — through free memberships — has gotten a chunk of change from the Meadows Foundation.
‘Made in Oak Cliff’ is a five-man show about the funky, seminal ’70s North Texas arts scene – and it was prompted by a larger DMA retrospective.
Today in the roundup: Reliving the (mostly rain-free!) Summer Cut, plus the DMA’s new acquisition and Jaap wows ‘em in Chicago.
A new Grey Matters gallery show plus a DMA retrospective makes us wonder: Why did <em>this</em> particular group of Dallas-area artists catch the national spotlight? Guest blogger and author Brendan McNally fills us in.
When President Kennedy and the First Lady spent the night of Nov. 21, 1963, in Fort Worth, they were surrounded by art on loan from the city’s prominent collectors. Those pieces have been reassembled in the exhibition “Hotel Texas” at the Dallas Museum of Art. And one of the artists whose work was in the room only just heard about its inclusion.
After taking in the DMA’s exhibition and a recent episode of Think, you might find yourself thinking differently about social media.
Today in the roundup: A competitor switcharoo at the Cliburn, the DMA’s Pop-Up Art Spot and new place for local movie musings.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera has a big announcement, the DMA hands out some awards and Amphibian Stage Productions stages a controversial piece.