Last season, B. MOORE DANCE debuted four world premieres under the direction and choreography of founder and artistic director Bridget L. Moore.
Don’t worry, Uptown Players is still in Uptown—at least part of the time.
to celebrate that Texas art pride, every two years the Texas Cultural Trust puts on the ultimate star-gazing party, a.k.a. the Texas Medal of Arts Awards.
The solo exhibition Michelle Mackey: Beyond Measure (Nov. 19, 2022-Feb. 11, 2023), at Holly Johnson Gallery in Dallas, is in many ways a homecoming for the artist.
McKay’s goal for each concert is to create a program that has an arc and trajectory to it, making an experience that feels organic in the way it unfolds.
By all measurements, Dallas Black Dance Theatre had a stellar 2021 and first part of 2022.
Back in pre-pandemic 2020, B. Moore Dance company founder Bridget Moore signed on as choreographer for the Second Thought Theatre’s production of Lynn Nottage’s play Mlima's Tale.
Anne Windfohr Marion’s life story has the makings of a Lone Star legacy. Recognized as an oil heiress, rancher, horse breeder, and business executive, her philanthropy included support for the arts as well.
Meadows Museum in Dallas secured Vermeer’s Woman in Blue Reading a Letter for its new exhibition, Dalí/Vermeer: A Dialogue, on display Oct. 16, 2022 through Jan. 15, 2023.
Speaking With Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography, on display at the Amon Carter through Jan. 22, 2023.
Like so many artists, Matthew Bourbon holds an array of roles in the field.
For a decade, The Dallas Opera has periodically invaded the Cowboys’ home turf—literally.