Leap of Faith: Amphibian’s New Play Festival
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Leap of Faith: Amphibian’s New Play Festival

Kathleen Culebro is surprised by how many new plays submitted to her theater company are…

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<em>Tea Ceremony: </em>Tom Sachs at the Nasher
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Tea Ceremony: Tom Sachs at the Nasher

Tea Ceremony is the newest body of work by the American artist Tom Sachs, who…

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<em>Acts Of Aggression</em> at Pollock Gallery, Southern Methodist University
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Acts Of Aggression at Pollock Gallery, Southern Methodist University

A timely and thoughtful exhibition featuring the work of eleven Guatemalan artists across an array…

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Age of Aquarius Dawns on Dallas: <em>Hair</em> at DTC
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Age of Aquarius Dawns on Dallas: Hair at DTC

Kevin Moriarty was turned on to Hair by the nuns at his Catholic elementary school.

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Haunting the Haunted: Misty Keasler at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
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Haunting the Haunted: Misty Keasler at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

An interest in what isn’t shown in a photograph is a relatively recent preoccupation among…

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Fairy Tales & Fairies: Dark Circles Contemporary Dance’s Elevator Project Debut
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Fairy Tales & Fairies: Dark Circles Contemporary Dance’s Elevator Project Debut

In Heinrich Hoffmann’s 1845 children’s book Struwwelpeter, a little boy is warned by his mother…

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Vocal Heroics: Clifton Forbis Returns To Dallas Opera
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Soaring Music and Real Characters: <em>Fun Home</em> at AT&T
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Soaring Music and Real Characters: Fun Home at AT&T

Designing Women: Dallas Gallerists Shape the Design District’s Contemporary Art Scene
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Designing Women: Dallas Gallerists Shape the Design District’s Contemporary Art Scene

The art scene in Dallas has long been influenced by avant-garde women: From the The…

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Van Cliburn Winner Yekwon Sunwoo Returns to Texas
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Van Cliburn Winner Yekwon Sunwoo Returns to Texas

The first time Yekwon Sunwoo vied in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, the judges…

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Glimpsed Through Liquid: Graham Caldwell at Circuit12 Contemporary
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Glimpsed Through Liquid: Graham Caldwell at Circuit12 Contemporary

Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell’s exhibition Glimpsed Through Liquid, his first at Circuit12 Contemporary in Dallas’…

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A New Era: Jeffrey Schmidt at Theatre Three
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A New Era: Jeffrey Schmidt at Theatre Three

When Jeffrey Schmidt began planning his first season as artistic director of Theatre Three, he…

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Texas Studio: Diana Antohe
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Texas Studio: Diana Antohe

It would be facile to attach the “immigrant artist” label to Romanian-born, Texas-raised artist Diana…

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Sounds Modern Celebrates 10 Years of Connecting Art and Music
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Sounds Modern Celebrates 10 Years of Connecting Art and Music

It would be beating a long-dead horse to proffer any remark on the dearth of…

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Kimbell Hopes Casanova Arouses Art Lovers’ Ardor
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Kimbell Hopes Casanova Arouses Art Lovers’ Ardor

Audiences rarely flock to exhibitions about 18th century European art with the enthusiasm shown for…

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Visions of America: Three Centuries of Prints at the Dallas Museum of Art
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Visions of America: Three Centuries of Prints at the Dallas Museum of Art

A captivating exhibition of over 150 prints drawn from the National Gallery of Art in…

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The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology
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The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology

An exhibition surrounding Polaroid photography has landed at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth,…

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Roni Horn: Nasher Sculpture Center
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Roni Horn: Nasher Sculpture Center

For the first time at Dallas’ iconic Nasher Sculpture Center, curators have allowed for a…

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In the Garden: Zimbabwean Sculpture at the Dallas Arboretum
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In the Garden: Zimbabwean Sculpture at the Dallas Arboretum

Placed strategically throughout the lushly-landscaped grounds of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is a…

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Dallas Children’s Theater <em>Mufaro</em> Returns Home after National Tour
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Dallas Children’s Theater Mufaro Returns Home after National Tour

At first, the schoolchildren who are filing into Dallas City Performance Hall with wide eyes…

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What is left of me: Ambreen Butt at Dallas Contemporary
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What is left of me: Ambreen Butt at Dallas Contemporary

Ambreen Butt’s decorative installations are beautiful on the surface however, upon closer inspection, the works…

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The Statement: Islamic Art Gets Prime Real Estate at the DMA
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The Statement: Islamic Art Gets Prime Real Estate at the DMA

In most respects, the recent unveiling of a dedicated Islamic art gallery at the Dallas…

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Immersive Instigations: <em>Holy Bone</em> at Dead White Zombies
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Immersive Instigations: Holy Bone at Dead White Zombies

Thomas Riccio’s Dead White Zombies (DWZ) project is his most accessible but least challenging production…

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Making Dallas a Global Dance City: A New Season at TITAS Presents
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Making Dallas a Global Dance City: A New Season at TITAS Presents

Dallas dance-lovers are proud that a dance-centric presenter like TITAS Presents exists in their city—and…

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A community rallies to save a Japanese garden
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A community rallies to save a Japanese garden

Most major American cities have Japanese gardens. In Texas, you can find them in Fort…

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Wonder Girl: Texas Ballet Theater’s Carolyn Judson on <em>Alice in Wonderland</em>
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Wonder Girl: Texas Ballet Theater’s Carolyn Judson on Alice in Wonderland

Texas is having an Alice boom with Ballet Austin performing Septime Weber’s Alice on May…

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A First Look: The Museum of Street Culture’s Permanent Collection
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A First Look: The Museum of Street Culture’s Permanent Collection

Museums are ultimately defined by the distinctiveness of their collections. With a constantly growing diverse…

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Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture
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Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture

Despite an output that was relatively small, Louis Kahn is one of the most important…

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Funny (But Not Too Funny): Katherine Bernhardt at The Modern
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Funny (But Not Too Funny): Katherine Bernhardt at The Modern

Contemporary art lovers have until July 9 to see more than two dozen of Katherine…

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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 9th
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 9th

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

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Galerie Frank Elbaz and <em>Meandering Abstractly</em> in Dallas
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Galerie Frank Elbaz and Meandering Abstractly in Dallas

As a timely acknowledgment of how lively things are in the Dallas art scene, Parisian…

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The Great Outdoors: <em>Electra</em> at Dallas Theater Center
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The Great Outdoors: Electra at Dallas Theater Center

It’s the first day of rehearsals for Electra (April 4-May 2), and Dallas Theater Center…

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Small But Mighty: Fort Worth Opera Moves Forward With World Premiere
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Small But Mighty: Fort Worth Opera Moves Forward With World Premiere

Belt-tightening is all too familiar in the arts, but it doesn’t mean a group’s vision…

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Painting the Town: The Dallas Art Fair Grows in Its Ninth Year
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Painting the Town: The Dallas Art Fair Grows in Its Ninth Year

Chris Byrne and his co-founder, John Sughrue didn’t expect the Dallas Art Fair to grow…

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Haunted Melodies: <em>Turn of the Screw</em> at The Dallas Opera
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Haunted Melodies: Turn of the Screw at The Dallas Opera

Benjamin Britten’s opera Turn of the Screw, which first premiered in 1954, is not simply…

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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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Opera That Soars: <em>Madame Butterfly</em> at The Dallas Opera
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Opera That Soars: Madame Butterfly at The Dallas Opera

The Dallas Opera’s 2017 centerpiece production of the Puccini classic Madame Butterfly opened Friday night…

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New Dimensions: Richard Serra Prints at Nasher Sculpture Center
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New Dimensions: Richard Serra Prints at Nasher Sculpture Center

Richard Serra’s work in print-making may be unknown to the casual art-goer, the artist’s name…

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From Mexico (via Paris) with Love: A Franco-Mexican Collaboration Comes to Dallas
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From Mexico (via Paris) with Love: A Franco-Mexican Collaboration Comes to Dallas

Six months after Agustín Arteaga joined the Dallas Museum of Art as its new director,…

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Primed for Growth:  Is Dallas the Country’s Next Hub for New Plays?
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Primed for Growth: Is Dallas the Country’s Next Hub for New Plays?

What is theater that doesn’t reflect contemporary realities? What kind of life can theatrical storytelling…

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