Painting as Painting
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Painting as Painting

Dallas painter and post-medium practitioner Ludwig Schwarz loves a good glitch every now and then.…

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Review:  The Age of Impressionism
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Review: The Age of Impressionism

The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth…

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Review:  “Word Spirit”
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Review: “Word Spirit”

“Word Spirit” Crow Museum of Asian Art, Dallas February 25–May 5, 2012 There may be…

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Review:  Michael O’Keefe “Continuum”
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Review: Michael O’Keefe “Continuum”

Michael O’Keefe: Continuum Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Dallas February 25–March 31, 2012 Figurative…

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Review:  “The Lighthouse”
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Review: “The Lighthouse”

“The Lighthouse” Dallas Opera March 16-18, 2012 “Opera” is one of those terms, like “classical…

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Review:  Joseph Glasco
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Review: Joseph Glasco

Joseph Glasco: Paintings from the Estate Talley Dunn Gallery, seek Dallas March 2–April 14, 2012…

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All That Jazz
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All That Jazz

Celebrated Virtuoso at 19
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Celebrated Virtuoso at 19

Child protégées have a hard row to hoe. When a violinist is invited to play…

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Cinema Sensations
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Cinema Sensations

To a film-lover in Dallas, order spring means one thing: the return of the Dallas…

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On the Move
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On the Move

Dallas has a new jazz modern dance company ready to premiere work for your pleasure.…

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Editor’s Remarks:  April 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: April 2012

Speaking to one of my Texas neighbors the other day, medical the conversation somehow steered…

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ARTifacts:  April 2012
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ARTifacts: April 2012

Maxwell L. Anderson, the new director of the Dallas Museum of Art, has appointed Robert…

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Those Were the Days
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Those Were the Days

Few moments in American cultural history are as readily recognized as the “roaring” twenties —…

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Review:  “Dark Play or Stories For Boys”
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Review: “Dark Play or Stories For Boys”

“dark play or stories for boys” Out of the Loop Festival, Addison March 1–11, 2012…

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A Night of Opera at Cowboy Stadium
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A Night of Opera at Cowboy Stadium

The Dallas Opera, ampoule in partnership with Cowboys Stadium, has just announce that more than 25,000 tickets to…

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Exhibit Leaves an ‘Impression’
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Exhibit Leaves an ‘Impression’

Regardless of one’s opinion about Impressionism, online the Kimbell Art Museum latest special exhibition — emphasis…

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Exhibition Soars at Crow Museum
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Exhibition Soars at Crow Museum

There may be larger exhibitions at the Crow Collection of Asian Art but none will…

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A Solid First Step Forward
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A Solid First Step Forward

8&1 Dance Company premiered their presence and work on Friday, viagra March 23 at the…

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A Solid First Step Forward 8&1 Dance Company premiered their presence and work on Friday,…

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Artfully Stated
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Artfully Stated

William Powhida is a visual artist and former art critic who continues to blaze the way forward with…

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Clap-Your-Hands Musical Coming to FW
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Clap-Your-Hands Musical Coming to FW

Jubilee Theatre brings Langston Hughes’ gospel musical comedy Tambourines To Glory to the stage this…

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Houstonian Gets First Dallas Show
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Houstonian Gets First Dallas Show

Nick Barbee, vialis 40mg who currently teaches drawing and sculpture at Rice University and the University…

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Theater Fest Online
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Theater Fest Online

WaterTower Theatre’s Out of the Loop Festival is in full swing, and what an eclectic…

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Review:  Elliott Hundley
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Review: Elliott Hundley

Elliott Hundley Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas January 28–April 22, 2012   While ancient Greek texts…

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Review:  “Border”
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Review: “Border”

“Border” Photos Do Not Bend Gallery, vcialis 40mg Dallas February 18–May 5, viagra order 2012…

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Class Act: Diana Sheehan
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Class Act: Diana Sheehan

Reaching the midway point in life can be a wake up call for anyone; Sheehan…

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Dallas Debut for Quartet
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Dallas Debut for Quartet

The Jerusalem Quartet, sick hailed by as “one of the young, cialis yet great quartets of…

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The Pop World of Ruben Nieto
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The Pop World of Ruben Nieto

Ruben Nieto, UT Dallas doctoral candidate and artist in residence at Centraltrak, has re-imagined his…

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Watercolor Round-Up
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Watercolor Round-Up

Now on exhibit, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents more than 100 of…

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Music Out of the Box
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Music Out of the Box

In 2010, viagra 60mg the Nasher Sculpture Center added a chamber music series to its…

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Eclectic Mix at Loop Festival
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Eclectic Mix at Loop Festival

The Heavenly Muse Players (HMP), a new local theatrical troupe with members who hail from…

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Dissecting the Opera-tion
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Dissecting the Opera-tion

You would think that the worlds of opera and theater would be entwined; they have…

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Legends on Tour
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Legends on Tour

Chris Grant grew up in Denton, sick where, in the third grade, he made his…

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French Invade Fort Worth
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French Invade Fort Worth

On March 11, “The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark” opens at…

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From Russia With Love
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From Russia With Love

Irina Chmyreva and Evgeny Berezner do not rush to answers. After each question, there is…

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A Day at the Museum
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A Day at the Museum

Talking about art is good for kids’ minds: it helps them think critically, develop strong…

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Young Masters at DMA
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Young Masters at DMA

Peruse the concourse of the Dallas Museum of Art this month and 53 pieces of…

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A Collision of Thoughts
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A Collision of Thoughts

Born and bred in New York City, artist Glenn Ligon infuses the sumptuous surfaces of…

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Art Bus Heading to Stadium
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Art Bus Heading to Stadium

The CADD Art Bus Tours are a HUGE success! Since 2010, Contemporary Art Dealers of…

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Dallas Art Fair Announces Galleries
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Dallas Art Fair Announces Galleries

The fourth annual Dallas Art Fair will return April 12-15, 2012 to the Fashion Industry…

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