From Mozart to “Thriller”, Experience UNT’s Halloween Spooktacular!
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From Mozart to “Thriller”, Experience UNT’s Halloween Spooktacular!

The University of North Texas Concert Orchestra, viagra 60mg dressed in costumes and joined by…

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Dallas Opera Opening Night SOLD OUT!
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Dallas Opera Opening Night SOLD OUT!

The Dallas Opera is thrilled to report that the first performance of the 2012-2013 Season,…

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Artadia Awards 2012 Houston Announced
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Artadia Awards 2012 Houston Announced

Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue announced the winners of the Artadia Awards 2012…

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The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art-Texas Chapter Presents David Schwarz, FAIA
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The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art-Texas Chapter Presents David Schwarz, FAIA

David Schwarz, price the noted architect from Washington D.C., see will discuss the viability of classical…

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Around the World with Musiqa
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Around the World with Musiqa

The contemporary classical group Musiqa will present its annual educational concerts for elementary school students, Around…

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The Boundary of Life Is Quietly Crossed
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The Boundary of Life Is Quietly Crossed

Visionary Texas-based sculptural artist and UH Mitchell Center Artist in Residence, here Dario Robleto, remedy…

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New Del Shores Film Unspools Soon
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New Del Shores Film Unspools Soon

Blues For Willadean, there a new film from award-winning writer/director/producer Del Shores (Sordid Lives, Queer…

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Free Friday at The Nasher
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Free Friday at The Nasher

For the next iteration of the ongoing Sightings series of installations and architectural interventions by…

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Hope Stone, Inc. Announces HopeWerks 2012-2013 Season
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Hope Stone, Inc. Announces HopeWerks 2012-2013 Season

Emerging choreographers provided with three-month space grant to create and perform HOUSTON, TEXAS – October…

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Fresh Arts Says Goodbye to KC Scharnberg
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Fresh Arts Says Goodbye to KC Scharnberg

Another shake-up hits the Houston arts scene. Today we heard the news that our beloved…

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Add More Pink To Your Life
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Add More Pink To Your Life

The original run of Dallas Children’s Theater’s PINKALICIOUS THE MUSICAL is completely sold out! As…

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Jazzing Up Shakespeare
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Jazzing Up Shakespeare

The poetry of William Shakespeare’s timeless A Midsummer Night’s Dream is swinging to a new…

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Exhibit Highlights Jewish Life in Eastern Europe
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Exhibit Highlights Jewish Life in Eastern Europe

A new photographic exhibit opens Friday, October 19 at ArtSpace111 in Fort Worth. An exhibit…

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A Farewell to Maestro William Weibel
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A Farewell to Maestro William Weibel

Opera in the Heights sadly announced the passing of William Weibel, online Artistic Director from…

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SPA – Beyond the Stage
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SPA – Beyond the Stage

Society for the Performing Arts is pleased to present a Dance Master Class with Companhia…

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The Book of Mormon to Hit Dallas
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The Book of Mormon to Hit Dallas

The National Tour of THE BOOK OF MORMON, order winner of nine Tony Awards including…

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Kimbell Hosts Visiting Artist
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Kimbell Hosts Visiting Artist

Adam Silverman, no rx a Los Angeles–based artist, will present a gallery talk in the…

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The Bauhaus Connection with Texas
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The Bauhaus Connection with Texas

PDNB Gallery profiled The German Bauhaus in 2009 with an exhibition of furniture, decorative arts…

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Editor’s Remarks:  October 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: October 2012

Last month, A + C Houston celebrated its first birthday, but October marks a year…

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Editor’s Remarks:  September 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: September 2012

Over a year ago, A + C publisher Ken Villalovos bombed south down I-45 with…

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SaintCecelia
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SaintCecelia

A few weeks ago I got a message from a friend about Cecelia Johnson asking…

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Beyond the (Arts) Writer: Geoff Smith
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Beyond the (Arts) Writer: Geoff Smith

I first met A+C writer Geoff Smith at Caroline Collective a few years ago. He was…

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The New Season of Houston Arts Emerges!
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The New Season of Houston Arts Emerges!

You’ve probably noticed by now that we’ve been noting some artiFACTS in our Weekly Dose…

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Beyond the (Arts) Writer: Abby Koenig, Joe Wozny and Ned Dodington
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Beyond the (Arts) Writer: Abby Koenig, Joe Wozny and Ned Dodington

Don’t think for a second that these three A+C writers couldn’t stand to have a…

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Review: ‘Chant (Song) by Claude Lévêque at the Dallas Contemporary
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Review: ‘Chant (Song) by Claude Lévêque at the Dallas Contemporary

CHANT (SONG) Dallas Contemporary Reviewed by Drew Davis On view through August 19, 2012. “Chant…

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Beyond the (Arts) Writer: Nancy Wozny
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Beyond the (Arts) Writer: Nancy Wozny

A+C has a pretty eclectic and busy bunch of writers. They’re musicians and curators, architects…

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Editor’s Remarks:  July/August 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: July/August 2012

“What are you doing this summer?”, I asked choreographer Jane Weiner of Hope Stone. “Oh…

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The CAAD Art Bus Tour Starts June 30th!
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Mary Tomas Studio Gallery and Circuit 12 Contemporary Present “Lightning Strikes Twice”!!!
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Mary Tomas Studio Gallery and Circuit 12 Contemporary Present “Lightning Strikes Twice”!!!

MARY TOMÁS STUDIO GALLERY AND CIRCUIT 12 CONTEMPORARY PRESENT “LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE” UNIQUE DUAL EXHIBITION…

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ArtSlam 2012 is Almost Here!
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ArtSlam 2012 is Almost Here!

Steve Paul Productions and Mighty Fine Arts are pleased to present an  art, pharmacy photography,…

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Coming Soon: A Weekly Dose of Vitamin A+C
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Coming Soon: A Weekly Dose of Vitamin A+C

Hi, hospital Houston! Welcome to the first official day of SUMMER! With summer typically comes…

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The Concerts in the Garden This Weekend Include….
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The Concerts in the Garden This Weekend Include….

  Described as “Fort Worth’s best seasonal outing!” (Star-Telegram), there the annual Concerts in the…

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Check Out The Upcoming Panel Discussions at The MAC!
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Check Out The Upcoming Panel Discussions at The MAC!

The MAC is very excited to announce “Spin Off”, a series of panel discussions produced…

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Don’t Miss Out on the Bruce Wood Dance Project on June 21-24 At the Montgomery Arts Theater In The Dallas Arts District!
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Don’t Miss Out on the Bruce Wood Dance Project on June 21-24 At the Montgomery Arts Theater In The Dallas Arts District!

THE BRUCE WOOD DANCE PROJECT (BWDP) marks return of nationally acclaimed choreographer and native Texan,…

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The First Annual Oak Cliff Film Festival is This Weekend!
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The First Annual Oak Cliff Film Festival is This Weekend!

The inaugural Oak Cliff Film Festival, illness taking place at the historic Texas Theatre, the…

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Don’t Forget that East Dallas Gallery Day Is This Saturday June 16th from 12-9 PM!
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Don’t Forget that East Dallas Gallery Day Is This Saturday June 16th from 12-9 PM!

East Dallas Gallery Day is a unified effort by 9 established galleries located in the…

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See What’s Going on At Fair Park on July 4th!
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See What’s Going on At Fair Park on July 4th!

Billed as the City of Dallas’ official Independence Day celebration, troche MetroPCS Fair Park Fourth…

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‘Metonymic Transfiguration’ Opens June 17 at Tyler Museum of Art!
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‘Metonymic Transfiguration’ Opens June 17 at Tyler Museum of Art!

Metonymic Transfiguration: The Apotheosis of the Body in Recent Works of Jack Barnett opens at the…

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Come Out And See ‘BASQUIAT’ at AT&T PAC’s Annette Strauss Square at 8:30pm on June 16th!
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Come Out And See ‘BASQUIAT’ at AT&T PAC’s Annette Strauss Square at 8:30pm on June 16th!

Join the DFS & the AT&T Performing Arts Center every third Saturday for Film screenings…

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Editor’s Remarks: June 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: June 2012

James Turrell’s Twilight Epiphany makes light a subject, but underneath is a lesson in change,…

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