We Own the Night:  An Evening of Arts + Culture in Dallas
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We Own the Night: An Evening of Arts + Culture in Dallas

Arts+Culture Texas and Meddlesome Moth present: We Own the Night Dallas, TX: We’re excited to…

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Housing the Drama: An Update on Dallas Theater Spaces
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The A+C TX Top Ten:  December 2016
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The A+C TX Top Ten: December 2016

Our top ten picks for arts + culture events happening across Texas in December 2016.

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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th

The Dallas Art Fair in collaboration with Arts+Culture Texas magazine announces Student Sunday on April…

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Profiles in Leadership:
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Profiles in Leadership:

The Bitter Elf
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The Bitter Elf

Garret Storms Returns to The Santaland Diaries at WaterTower Theatre For some people, holiday time…

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UPFRONT > Roger Winter at Kirk Hopper Fine Art
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UPFRONT > Roger Winter at Kirk Hopper Fine Art

If you’re a Dallas trained artist, chances are if you haven’t worked with Roger Winter…

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UPFRONT > Danny Rolph’s Paradiso at Barbara Davis Gallery
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UPFRONT > Danny Rolph’s Paradiso at Barbara Davis Gallery

In his new exhibition Paradiso, Danny Rolph’s paintings are spatially indulgent and adhere to a vocabulary…

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UPFRONT > Cydonia Lands in Dallas
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UPFRONT > Cydonia Lands in Dallas

Hanh Ho, the young curator and gallerist behind Cydonia wants to put Dallas, but mostly…

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UPFRONT > Dario Robleto is everywhere in Houston
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UPFRONT > Dario Robleto is everywhere in Houston

We think it’s safe to say 2014 is the year of Dario Robleto. In addition…

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UPFRONT > Rice Gallery commissions Yusuke Asai
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UPFRONT > Rice Gallery commissions Yusuke Asai

The Rice University Art Gallery has commissioned Yusuke Asai to create a new installation in…

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UPFRONT > Asa Hursh takes the reins at Art Alliance Austin
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UPFRONT > Asa Hursh takes the reins at Art Alliance Austin

UPFRONT > Rick Lowe: MacArthur Genius
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UPFRONT > Rick Lowe: MacArthur Genius

Houston knows Rick Lowe well. The mastermind behind Project Row Houses, venues in Houston’s Third…

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Three Impressionist Shows to see in Texas this Fall
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Three Impressionist Shows to see in Texas this Fall

Profiles in Leadership: Dance Source Houston’s Stephanie Wong
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Profiles in Leadership: Dance Source Houston’s Stephanie Wong

This is the latest in a series of interviews as part of partnership between A…

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artifacts
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artifacts

Artifacts
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Artifacts

Dance Month at the Kaplan Theatre
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Dance Month at the Kaplan Theatre

Dance Month at the Kaplan Theatre is aptly named – it’s an entire month of…

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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts
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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts

Artifacts
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Artifacts

Floyd Newsum, After the Storm CNN, 2006. Oil and acrylic on paper, 82 x 52…

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Artifacts:  November 2013
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Artifacts: November 2013

Houston Ballet's Ian Casady and Jessica Collado in Stanton Welch's Sons deL'âme a new work…

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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts
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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts

IMAGE ABOVE: Houston Grand Opera performs Aida through November 9. Photo by Lynn Lane. Austin…

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Profiles in Leadership: Selven O’Keef Jarmon
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Profiles in Leadership: Selven O’Keef Jarmon

Profiles in Leadership are conversations about cultural influence, aesthetic visions and seizing opportunities. Recently, Sixto…

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Movement and Color
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Movement and Color

Modern dance has a history of its choreographers being in conversation with visual artists. Two…

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Two to Watch: Laura Edson & Sidra Bell Create New Works for The Houston Met’s 2|2
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Two to Watch: Laura Edson & Sidra Bell Create New Works for The Houston Met’s 2|2

Houston Metropolitan Dance Company’s artistic director, Marlana Doyle, clearly has a mission in bringing freelance…

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Artifacts:  October 2013
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Artifacts: October 2013

IMAGE: Simon Starling, Black Drop, 2012, 35mm film transferred to HD (27 minutes, 42 seconds),…

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“Every Art Lover’s Gateway Drug”
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“Every Art Lover’s Gateway Drug”

The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is marking its 65th anniversary with Outside the Lines, a…

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Eyes on Texas: Performing Arts
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Eyes on Texas: Performing Arts

IMAGE ABOVE:  Diavolo dancers performing Trajectoire.  Photo by Angela weiss.   AUSTIN The Agony and…

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The Darkness of Light
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The Darkness of Light

The audience for NobleMotion’s Collide experiences a tender moment in the Hobby Center for the…

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Summer Rites at Freneticore
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Summer Rites at Freneticore

In what other season would you see sparkling fringe, bright pink hoop skirts, and male…

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Artifacts:  September 2013
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Artifacts: September 2013

Houston artist Robert Pruitt and FotoFest International founders Wendy Watriss and Frederick Baldwin will be…

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TOP EMERGING ARTISTS IN DALLAS CROWNED RED BULL CURATES CHAMPS
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TOP EMERGING ARTISTS IN DALLAS CROWNED RED BULL CURATES CHAMPS

Jody Pham and SopaGrapes Win Canvas Cooler Project at Life in Deep Ellum On July…

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Abby + Nancy Skip Gatsby for House of Cards
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Abby + Nancy Skip Gatsby for House of Cards

Classic Riffs
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Classic Riffs

years in Fair Park, the Basically Beethoven Festival is moving to the new Dallas City…

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Midsummer Nights
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Midsummer Nights

If it’s summer in Dallas, discount then it’s time for Shakespeare in the Park, an…

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Heavy Metal Jazz
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Heavy Metal Jazz

Internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are back on the road…

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Summer Screens
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Summer Screens

French Toons The French animator Jean-François Laguionie stocks his latest animated film with characters who…

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Books for a Summer Day
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Books for a Summer Day

Architecture of Seduction As the 1960s became The Sixties, architect Horace Gifford executed a remarkable…

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Engineered to Please
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Engineered to Please

New media. It is the hottest trend in the art world. But what happens when…

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Another World
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Another World

The work of husband-and-wife team, price Jimmy and Dena Katz, is colorful – in every…

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