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Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s New Vision

When the doors of Bass Performance Hall open for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s first concert of their 2022-23 season this September, it will also mark the beginning of a new era for the 110-year-old organization.

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Imagining the Invisible: Oscar Muñoz’s retrospective at the Blanton

Curated by Vanessa Davidson, the exhibition will open in February at the Blanton Museum in Austin, following its debut in Phoenix. It is the first U.S. retrospective from Colombian artist Oscan Muñoz (b. 1951).

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Their Stories: Spring 2022 Season at Ballet Austin

Ballet Austin’s spring season at the Long Center for the Performing Arts is composed of a mix of comedic, contemporary and canonical ballets that range from Artistic Director Stephen Mills’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (February 11-13), to Her Stories (April 1-3) with unique works by three female choreographers, to the traditional Swan Lake (May 6-8).

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Powerful and complex: Jill Magid reflects on Labor and Value at The Modern

Works stemming from the massive public artwork, including sculptures and a film, are displayed in the exhibit FOCUS: Jill Magid at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which runs through March 20.

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Historical Echoes: Mel Chin at UTA

Two of the central artworks in Mel Chin’s latest exhibition, Inescapable Histories, on view at the University of Texas at Arlington through March 30, are diptych paintings of a circular shape, resembling a solar body.

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A Spark in the Dark: Chemistry on Stage

Flash forward deep into the pandemic and the height of streaming theater while lying on a couch, I thought a lot about live, in-person stage chemistry.

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Moody Center for the Arts Celebrates Five Years of Ideas, Dialogue and Innovation

If conversation can truly rise to an art form, Rice University’s Moody Center for the Arts has proven a most creative ground for such an idea-exchanging medium.

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Casting Light on Houston Ballet’s 2022 Lineup

The second part of Houston Ballet’s 2021-2022 season features productions that reflect the wide-ranging talents and skills of the company’s dancers.

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Double Vision: Dallas Opera Returns to Grandeur and Grows its Digital Audience

Opera’s grandeur will at last come back to the Winspear Opera House on Feb. 18, when TDO revives its production of Giacomo Puccini’s Madame Butterfly (through Feb. 26).

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Texas Legend Octavio Medellín Honored at the DMA

More than twenty years after his death, his legacy will be honored in the retrospective, Octavio Medellín: Spirit and Form, on view at the Dallas Museum of Art, Feb. 2, 2022- Jan. 15, 2023.

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