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Dallas Announces The Arrival Of Arts Month

For the past several years, the City of Dallas has spent one week in April celebrating the arts and art makers in the city. But on Wednesday, Mayor Mike Rawlings held a press conference to announce a change:

Interested in all of the events happening at Dallas Arts Month? Art&Seek has got you covered. Check out our 2017 Dallas Arts Month home page. 

“Those of you that have been... | Read More

Threats To World Music In The Age Of Travel Bans

"The situation is an active threat to the ability of global music artists to tour the United States— something that is often already complicated—and arrives, paradoxically, at a time when audiences are more easily immersed in international sounds than ever before. It seems like an opportune moment to consider the meaning and relevance of what has been called “world music,” as a global... | Read More

Threats To World Music In The Age Of Travel Bans

"The situation is an active threat to the ability of global music artists to tour the United States— something that is often already complicated—and arrives, paradoxically, at a time when audiences are more easily immersed in international sounds than ever before. It seems like an opportune moment to consider the meaning and relevance of what has been called “world music,” as a global... | Read More

GAP at the Grand Art Show & Sale

The exhibition highlighting miniatures and small works will be on display April 3rd through May 6th at the Grand Gallery located in the Convention and Visitors building in Grapevine. There will be a large collection of sculpture, pottery, textiles, jewelry, photography and paintings that are all for sale by local artists!

Grapevine Visitor Information Center 705 S Main St,... | Read More

Making Waves Moving Minds Mini-Symposium March 29

Mini-Symposum March 29 6-8pm

Exhibit: February 9 – March 31, 2017 Making Waves/Moving Minds

Gallery 76102 UTA/Fort Worth Center p 817.272.0365 e gallery76102@uta.edu http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102 ... | Read More

Should Anything Offensive Be Off Limits For Comedy?

"Comedy requires passage into the ugly, uncomfortable areas of the human heart, particularly in a live forum. So, in the manner of jesters before medieval kings, comics need a temporary pass, a stay of execution, to do their work. Calling oneself a comedian is tantamount to issuing a personal-injury disclaimer. Like philosophical BDSM, the audience’s response gives signals to the performer... | Read More

Art Newspaper Looks at Potential Impact of French Election on Nation’s Art Market

The Art Newspaper looks at market health in France, and the possible impacts the coming election could have on its strength in the coming months.  “Within a complicated global context, Paris is doing better than expected, and is gaining strength against other components of the international art market,”says Nicolas Orlowski of Artcurial auction house. Read more at Art Newspaper... | Read More

Stephanie D’Alessandro Takes Over as Modern Art Curator at Met

Stephanie D’Alessandro has been named The Met’s new Leonard A. Lauder Curator of Modern Art.  D’Alessandro previously worked in a similar position at the Art Institute of Chicago.  She will take over for Rebecca Rabinow, who left for Houston’s Menil Collection.   Read more at Art News... | Read More

Shen Wei at Flowers Gallery, New York

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. Read More... | Read More

For Yinka Shonibare, Possession Is a Function of Economic and Social Class

February 17–March 19, at James Cohan, New York Read More... | Read More
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