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Phyllida Barlow: Tryst If the Nasher Sculpture Center has taught Dallas one thing (and surely the number is vastly larger), it's that sculpture transforms its environment, and vice versa. Fill a white walled room with golden balloons and entering ...
1 day ago
This Is the First Time the Rude Mechs Have Been to Dallas Just a quick hop down 35, the state's most interesting theater troupe call Austin home. There, for the past two decades, they've been devising new work that has earned raves from critics fo...
6 days ago
Your long weekend is on its way. On your way home this afternoon, you'll want to pop into the corner store grab a 12 pack of Shiner Prickly Pear, stick them in your fridge, and then save them for Monday. Because there's a lot to do around Dallas u...
7 days ago
truly, madly In a conversation with gallerist Brian Gibb, he shared that one of his biggest professional regrets was a missed chance for The Public Trust to be the first exhibitor of a now big-name artist. It's one of the reasons he pounced on col...
8 days ago
It seems that for most classical music institutions the answer to the audience problem is to pander. To program music that's familiar, safe. "Give them more Beethoven," could very well be the marketing strategy. And it might work for a time. Then,...
9 days ago
If hometown performer Annie Clark has proven anything to Dallas in her flight to fame, it's that she's a veritable rock god. Sunday night in performance with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, she proved without misstep that she doesn't just shred wit...