Today in the roundup: A Nasher-Museum Tower update, Larry McMurtry’s done with fiction and why you’ll have to wait for Downton Abbey.
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Today in the roundup: A panel will discuss Museum Tower vs. Nasher Sculpture Center, local music bits and assessing Marvin Hamlisch.
Today in the roundup: Getting to know FWSO musicians, the end of the line for pianos and the Nasher’s experiential environment.
She’s just been a hotshot violinist for 30 years. But hers is the most conventional performance for Soundings’ new season. We’re talking quadrophonic sound, plus two.
Critic Christina Rees takes the oft-suggested solution to the Nasher Sculpture Center-Museum Tower controversy (just build a big mirror) to its entertaining end – as a kind of grand community barn-raising and public sculpture project. And we all get a nice suntan.
Today in the roundup: Weighing in on Museum Tower vs. Nasher, Cathy Ribgy on Peter Pan and the return of the Toadies.
The DMN reported talks between the Nasher and the Museum Tower had “all but broken down.” And a lawsuit was coming. Nope, says the head of the pension fund that backed the tower. And the negotiator says the talks are fine.
An attorney for the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System — funders of the Museum Tower — blames “public criticism for the failure of the talks and threatening the $200 million building’s viability.”
Today in the roundup: A Museum Tower/Nasher update, Joel Ferrell’s very busy schedule and business tips for artists.
On deck are six exhibitions, including three solo shows: “Sightings: Eva Rothschild,” “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective” and “Sightings: Nathan Mabry.”