A different kind of opera is coming to Fort Worth. It is performed entirely in English, and tells the story of an American who was the longest held prisoner of the Vietnam War.
The Dallas Arts District has named a new executive director. The four-year-old nonprofit arts group announced Monday that Catherine Cuellar would take the spot.
There are several venues in North Texas that offer writing workshops, competitions and performance opportunities for aspiring poets and those who enjoy listening to poetry.
“Peter Pan” is in Fort Worth for just a few more days. The legendary Cathy Rigby, who stars as the boy from Neverland, gave CBS 11 News reporter Elizabeth Dinh some flying lessons.
Look Cinemas features every movie watching experience under one roof — from classic auditoriums with concessions to full dining.
The Dallas Museum of Art has been given a $17 million gift to expand its collection of European art before 1700, with a focus on the renaissance and baroque periods.
Dallas designer Nikki Duong Koenig of Cykochik Custom Handbags is taking her passion for art and style to the next level, in hopes of turning her passion into a full-time gig.
The DFW theatre scene is a rolling train of talent. Some of the best actors, directors and theater houses have come together to give the North Texas a strong variety in its productions.
An exhibit of personal items from the life and work of Pope John Paul II has opened in West Texas amid the fascination with new Pope Francis.
Some scientists believe early exposure to art can help children in all aspects of later learning. But if you’re no Vincent van Gogh in the art department, there’s help.
Art is what DFW does best. We’re home to some of the top art festivals in the world, and sping art festivals are an entertaining and inspiring part of the community’s culture.
From a studio in the backyard of her University Park home, Lucrecia Waggoner has been quietly making a name for herself in the world of art, through dynamic ceramic pieces.