Play It Again, George
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Play It Again, George

That time is now. In a Valentine’s night concert, the Dallas Wind Symphony pays tribute…

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Clowning Around
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Clowning Around

After years of devoting their lives to the art form known as clown, Dick Monday…

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The Man with the Baton
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The Man with the Baton

Maestro Jaap van Zweden talks shop   Not every North Texas superstar is an athlete.…

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Dramalog:  News from the Stage Feb 2012
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Dramalog: News from the Stage Feb 2012

Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman star in the classic film “Casablanca” to be shown at…

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Oak Cliff Cultural Center Gets New Face
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Oak Cliff Cultural Center Gets New Face

A Dallas native and alumnus of the Booker T. Washington HSPVA, seek the 27-year-old entrepreneur…

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SURVEYING THE SCENE
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SURVEYING THE SCENE

A statewide preview of some interesting new shows   GLENN LIGON: AMERICA Modern Art Museum…

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POPAGANDA:  Shepard Fairey
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POPAGANDA: Shepard Fairey

Punk rock skateboarder turned infamous street artist, Shepard Fairey moves beyond guerrilla-style art to forge…

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News:  CADD’s “Eat Your Art Out”
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News: CADD’s “Eat Your Art Out”

On January 28, the Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas (CADD) produced “Eat Your Art Out,”…

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News:  Turner House, Home of the Arts
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News: Turner House, Home of the Arts

The Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts has announced the kickoff of its Centennial Celebration:…

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News:  Rockwell and the Scouts
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News: Rockwell and the Scouts

The National Scouting Museum in Irving has a new exhibit featuring the art works of…

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News:  TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art
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News: TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art

Cindy and Howard Rachofsky, hosts for the annual TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art,…

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ARTifacts: February 2012
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ARTifacts: February 2012

Beginning February 5, a set of four recently restored 15th-century tapestries, known as the pastrana…

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Photography Books: Snap Shots of Life
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Photography Books: Snap Shots of Life

“Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs” TASCHEN, June 2011 In 1966, during a brief stint as…

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Perspectives in Design Southwest
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Perspectives in Design Southwest

PERSPECTIVES IN DESIGN SOUTHWEST Panache Partners LLC, decease 2010 Everyone dreams about hitting it big…

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The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm
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The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm

THE FAIRY TALES OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM Noel Daniel, TASCHEN, 2011 Art and architecture (and…

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Works of Note: December 2011
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Works of Note: December 2011

AURORA 2011 Dallas Arts District October 28, 2011 With the public art festival Aurora, Dallas…

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New Theater Group Looks Towards New Works
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New Theater Group Looks Towards New Works

The second season for Nouveau 47 Theatre could be a telling one. The group, stomach…

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The Play’s The Thing
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The Play’s The Thing

When playwright Teresa Wash wrote a one-act skit for her Atlanta church in the 1990s…

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Dallas Theater Center Takes On a ‘Giant’ Project
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Dallas Theater Center Takes On a ‘Giant’ Project

In more than two decades, online Michael John LaChiusa has been one of our most…

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Dramalog: News from the Stage
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Dramalog: News from the Stage

Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Jaap Van Zweden has received a top honor. Musical America gave him…

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Colorful World of Artist Rex Ray
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Colorful World of Artist Rex Ray

You could call him a punk rock post-modernist artist. Rex Ray is a visual musician,…

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Public Art at the Texas Discovery Garden
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Public Art at the Texas Discovery Garden

“Look Up! Look Up!” The young girl commanded her parents as she entered the Texas…

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Life in Black & White
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Life in Black & White

Fine art photographer Jay Rusovich is fiercely — and refreshingly — old school. He shoots…

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Curious About George?
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Curious About George?

Margret and Hans Rey tried to remain calm as the official came through the train…

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KAWS & Effect
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KAWS & Effect

The silken concrete walls at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth would seem like…

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The Gift of Reading
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The Gift of Reading

Some of these books are admittedly too big to stuff into a stocking, but each…

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ARTifacts: December 2011
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ARTifacts: December 2011

To mark its 50th anniversary, sick the Amon Carter Museum of American Art has acquired…

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United In Song
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United In Song

It’s late on a cool November afternoon and chaos reigns in the basement of the…

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Editor’s Remarks:  December 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: December 2011

Holy cow, the Incredible Shrinking Middle Class is a horror that even Hollywood wouldn’t touch.…

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Above Board at Undermain
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Above Board at Undermain

Don’t let her worn jeans tucked into high top cowboy boots fool you. Behind the…

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Works of Note: November 2011
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Works of Note: November 2011

MARK BRADFORD Dallas Museum of Art October 16, 2011–January 15, 2012 Born, raised and trained…

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Life Outside the Meyerson
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Life Outside the Meyerson

Sundays can get hectic for many musicians of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Not only do…

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Staying in Tune at Dallas Opera
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Staying in Tune at Dallas Opera

The Dallas Opera hit a sour note months ago when it abruptly announced the cancellation…

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Let’s Dance
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Let’s Dance

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Southern Methodist University. As part of the centennial…

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The Puppet Lady
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The Puppet Lady

Kathy didn’t choose to go into puppetry. The puppets chose her. The founder and artistic…

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World Design
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World Design

The Latino Cultural Center presents the exhibition “Young Architects of Spain: A Window to the…

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Pamela Nelson in ConTEXT
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Pamela Nelson in ConTEXT

Shimmering mosaics in Ravenna, meticulously woven textiles in the Middle East and suggestive labels in…

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Amon Carter’s Modern Man
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Amon Carter’s Modern Man

During his lifetime, mind American modernist John Marin was the country’s most celebrated artist. His…

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Staring at the World
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Staring at the World

They say art is an expression of life and for artist Rolando Diaz, sick this…

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The Art of High Fashion
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The Art of High Fashion

If there’s one thing Jean Paul Gaultier hates, it’s convention. That’s why the famously dubbed…

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