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Contemporary History: Vincent Valdez’s ‘The City’ at the Blanton Museum of Art

Artist Vincent Valdez visited Austin in 2015 to see the exhibition Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties at the Blanton Museum of Art.... | Read More

The Standout: Hedda Sterne at Amon Carter Museum of American Art

“Hedda Sterne was a prolific and wildly adventurous artist...."... | Read More

WEB44 Artists in 3 Parts at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts

People who aren’t from Texas often hold misconceptions about the state. ... | Read More

Pausing on a Sunday in the Park with George at ZACH Theatre

“Order, design, tension, balance, harmony.”... | Read More

Oil, Bats, and Bulletproof Vests: Minerva Cuevas’s Pop Mural at the DMA

An armadillo and a pair of prairie dogs wearing bulletproof vests. ... | Read More

Awarded Anticipation: DMA 2018 Awards To Artists

Ten Texas artists, all of whom have set themselves apart through their work in sculpture, photography, time-based media, painting, and artist books, have been awarded the Clare Hart DeGolyer Memorial Fund Award, the Otis and Velma Davis Dozier Travel Grant, and the Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund Award, collectively known as the Dallas Museum of Art Awards to Artists, which has funded over 300... | Read More

UNT Connections: Lumedia Musicworks and Das Blümelein Project Brighten DFW’s Musicscape

Those familiar with the University of North Texas School of Music know that Denton is a hotbed of musical talent that expands not just into the Dallas-Fort Worth region, but to every part of the world. ... | Read More

Ian Derrer to Lead the Dallas Opera

“In case you haven’t gotten it by now: I love singing! I LOVE great singing!” ... | Read More

TX Studio: Margo Sawyer

It was a typical hot and muggy Texas day when I made the 45-minute drive from Austin to Elgin. I was on my way to visit artist Margo Sawyer for the second time,... | Read More

TX Studio: Margo Sawyer

It was a typical hot and muggy Texas day when I made the 45-minute drive from Austin to Elgin. I was on my way to visit artist Margo Sawyer for the second time,... | Read More
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