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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ARTifacts: November 2011
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ARTifacts: November 2011

Dr. Maxwell L. Anderson has been appointed the new director of Dallas Museum of Art.…

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Editor’s Remarks:  November 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: November 2011

The origins of Thanksgiving predate the Pilgrims by at least 2,000 years. After the harvest…

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Editor’s Remarks:  September 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: September 2011

Sunday marks a day in U.S. history that will forever be part of the American…

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