The Dallas Museum of Art seemed to have known that Matthew Wong was on the cusp of fame before most of the world’s other leading art museums.
The 2022-23 season is a bit of a homecoming for Bruce Wood Dance.
The Vignette Art Fair gives women artists from all over Texas the opportunity to exhibit their work and make their voices known.
In 1980, two years after Teatro Dallas was founded by Cora Cardona and Jeff Hurst, only 9.9% of Dallas’s 904,078 residents ticked the newly added box for “Hispanic.”
After a performance season filled with joyful starts, heart-breaking cancellations and casting understudies for the understudies when positive COVID tests rolled in, Texas theater companies have endured much real life drama to make the leap back to live performances.
Almost overnight, orchestral concerts went through a revolution.
For more than 20 years Dallas-based artist Charlotte Smith has reveled in experimenting with paint, and occasionally other materials, creating a signature style grounded in process-driven abstraction.
The artist has held roles as Professor and Curator at the University of Texas at Arlington for twenty-five years, and the occasion of our conversation is his retirement.
Ten years is a huge milestone for an arts organization, and Avant Chamber Ballet is celebrating accordingly.
Spanish Golden Age painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo might be hailed as the leading religious painter of Seville during his lifetime, which spanned 1617–1682, but he wasn’t initially a favorite of former Louvre curator Guillaume Kientz.
Reference to these machines is a common thread across the majority of David-Jeremiah: Early Career Survey, on view at HMAAC through Sept. 10, 2022.
Among the many changes to the inside of the midcentury visual and performing arts center at 1300 Gendy Street in Fort Worth is that management finally tore out the carpet, a final blow to the carpet lobby’s dominance in the Cultural District.