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Movement & Mobility: American Impressionism at Art Museum of South Texas

The new traveling exhibition alighting at the Art Museum of South Texas, Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens ( through Jan. 3, 2021) offers a new and new world perspective on Impressionism.

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Movement & Mobility: American Impressionism at Art Museum of South Texas

The new traveling exhibition alighting at the Art Museum of South Texas, Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens ( through Jan. 3, 2021) offers a new and new world perspective on Impressionism.

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Cabinet Cards and Everett Spruce: Two Must-See Shows at the Amon Carter

Nineteenth-century cabinet cards and a forgotten Texas artist are the two new exhibitions at the re-opened Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.

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Bridging Science and Art: Jennifer Steinkamp’s Eon

Jennifer Steinkamp’s new digital work Eon, recently unveiled as part of the University of Texas Landmarks Collection and commissioned for Welch Hall, the university’s recently renovated science building, invokes these complex ideas not in the form of ephemeral petals, but in massive LED screens.

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Bridging Science and Art: Jennifer Steinkamp’s Eon

Jennifer Steinkamp’s new digital work Eon, recently unveiled as part of the University of Texas Landmarks Collection and commissioned for Welch Hall, the university’s recently renovated science building, invokes these complex ideas not in the form of ephemeral petals, but in massive LED screens.

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It Happened in Texas: Anna Pavlova

For many years now, upon arriving in a new city one of the first things I do is find out not where the best places to eat or visit are, but to research whether Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes or Anna Pavlova’s company performed there.

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A Splash of Color and Light: ROCO Paints a New Landscape

I was especially thrilled to be the first person to receive a print copy of River Oaks Chamber Orchestra’s Season 16 brochure, fresh off the press.

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A Splash of Color and Light: ROCO Paints a New Landscape

I was especially thrilled to be the first person to receive a print copy of River Oaks Chamber Orchestra’s Season 16 brochure, fresh off the press.

The post A Splash of Color and Light: ROCO Paints a New Landscape first appeared on Arts & Culture Texas.

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Dallas Opera Goes Digital with the TDO Network

The Dallas Opera had just begun rehearsals for a landmark event: the company’s first production in more than 30 years of Giuseppe Verdi’s Don Carlo, a drama whose challenges tower nearly as high as its musical splendors.... | Read More

Dallas Opera Goes Digital with the TDO Network

The Dallas Opera had just begun rehearsals for a landmark event: the company’s first production in more than 30 years of Giuseppe Verdi’s Don Carlo, a drama whose challenges tower nearly as high as its musical splendors.... | Read More
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