Today in the roundup: The evolution of opera supertitles, new acquisitions on display at the DMA and eulogizing Van Cliburn.
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The 140 items in the DMA’s first exhibition of the Russian-Jewish modern master are not about color. That’s what everyone knows Chagall for – that, plus floating couples and rooftop fiddlers. No, this lovely show is Beyond Color. But is it?
Thursday night, the documentary A Cremona con Amore will play at the Dallas Museum of Art. It follows former DSO concertmaster Emmanuel Borok’s trip to Cremona, Italy, the birthplace of his 400-year-old violin. Here’s a taste.
It’s D Day. Or DMA Day. Actually, it’s MLK Day — and what better occasion for the Dallas Museum of Art to admit visitor for free? And then there’s that whole new membership deal, the real innovation.
Today in the roundup: The DMA’s officially free, reviewing WaterTower’s ‘Putting It Together’ and a look at the Modern’s newest acquisitions.
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Think of it as an early spring thaw. The Dallas Museum of Art will release three books just in the next few months through the Yale University Press — more than it’s done in a typical year.
Get a sneak peek at the Power Point presentation the DMA director will be showing the city council this afternoon.
Today in the roundup: Max Anderson on KERA, DTC’s new Come Early program and dissecting Dave Hickey.
The Dallas Museum of Art hired a big-name painting conservator this past year. And they’re building an entire department and public display around him. Literally building one. The plans are impressive. So we’re looking forward to that this next year.