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Spectacular Samurai
The Crow Collection of Asian Art in downtown Dallas is about to reopen its ground-floor galleries, which had some work done to properly showcase a spectacular new acquisition that serves ...
An Artistic Education
Famous for glittering parties, charitable causes and envelope-pushing exhibitions, the Goss-Michael Foundation is taking an even more expansive — yet local and accessible — approach for its 2014-2015 season. No doubt Dallasites ...
A DSO First
For the first time in its history, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will simulcast a concert live and for free. On September 13, the DSO's AT&T Gala will stream ...
DMA Digitized
The Dallas Museum of Art is now one step closer to achieving its goal of digitizing its entire collection of more than 22,000 works. The museum launched a redesigned ...
Actor Spotlight
In Bruce Graham’s exploration of late-life loneliness, Stella & Lou, it takes a zesty woman to shake up one man’s staid existence. That man is portrayed by John S ...
The Power of Theater
Dallas Theater Center's modern take on Les Miserables has garnered a lot of fans since it started back in June, including those who haven't even seen it. One ...
Emerging Gallerist
In her role as director of exhibitions at the Dallas Contemporary, Erin Cluley has worked with today’s most renowned artists — including K8 Hardy, Richard Phillips, Rob Pruitt, Jennifer Rubell ...
Your Show of Shows
In the (relative) calm before the fall season kicks in, there are still some notable exhibits worth exploring during summer’s last month. August must-sees include a sunny show of ...
SMU Coup
The Meadows Museum at SMU recently acquired three noteworthy works to solidify its position as a leader in the study and presentation of Spanish art. A boon like that deserves ...
Summer Reading List
Yup, the dog days have arrived. And while we’re just as excited as everyone else about books like Emma Straub’s The Vacationers that are topping every “hot summer ...
Contemporary Art News
The Dallas Museum of Art's collection of contemporary art will get a little deeper in November 2015 when it becomes the exclusive American host of a new exhibition of ...
Theater on the Edge
Uptown Players looks primed for another season of provocative Dallas theater: Its 2015 slate features multiple Tony Award winners, including Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Hedwig, which won four 2014 ...
Arts Booster
Performance space is always at a premium for smaller arts groups in Dallas-Fort Worth, and the AT&T Performing Arts Center is about to make life a little easier for ...
Funny Man
David Sedaris returns to Dallas this fall for his sixth consecutive appearance with the Dallas Museum of Art’s Arts & Letters Live series. Sedaris will hit the stage at the ...
More Plaudits for the Nasher
The Nasher Sculpture Center received a lot of media attention for its high-profile Nasher Xchange public art program, and now that publicity work is getting plaudits of its own, as ...
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