11 days ago | Arts & Culture News
The first American centennial was the U.S. centennial of 1876 in Philadelphia for which 200 new buildings were constructed, none of which exist today. Centennials in several states followed, and the track record is much the same: Buildings go up, ...
27 days ago | Visual Art
The new exhibit at the Meadows Museum is small, but it packs a punch. Picasso/Rivera: Still Life and the Precedence of Form comprises eight works by four Cubist masters — Juan Gris, Maria Blanchard, Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera — and reveals how...
2 months ago | First Look
The new East Coast-inspired seafood restaurant Hudson House is not a one-trick pony. It brings more than just East Coast fare to Lovers Lane. From their $90 Royal Seafood Tower, featuring specialty oysters, shrimp cocktail, tuna tartare, crac...
3 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Some Dallasites may be surprised to find that there is a sculpture garden and art gallery north of LBJ Freeway that has been presenting the work of contemporary artists to a faithful following for more than 60 years. In 1953, Donald and Peggy Voge...
5 months ago | Opera
The Dallas Opera is ending its 60th season on a high note with a masterful production of the bel canto opera Norma. The company's first ever presentation of Vincenzo Bellini’s 1831 masterpiece fills out what company director Keith Cerny has called...
6 months ago | Arts & Culture News
The Fort Worth Opera is set to open their 2017 season with a daring lineup that includes the regional premiere of a bizarre courtroom drama and a straight-from-the-headlines mariachi opera about the effects of immigration on families. It seems to ...