The DMA welcomes Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties inside its doors this March. The exhibit is the first of its kind, showcasing America fine art from the end of World War l through the beginning of the Great Depression. Youth and Beauty, organized by the Brooklyn Museum, will feature more than 130 works by more than 65 artists.
Local artist and TCU faculty member Harmony Padgett uses wood panels to create active abstractions — a carpenter who can create beautiful work.
For the boyfriend or husband who still doesn’t know where to reserve their romantic evening, these five restaurants cover a wide range of Valentine’s Day options.
This year’s Out of The Loop Fringe Festival, presented by WaterTower Theatre, promises to be the biggest in the fest’s history with more performances to please theater and art lovers. The Festival returns for it’s 12th year and will run March 1-11 with tickets at $65 ($55 for WaterTower Theatre members).
The new season of the Dallas Opera is underway and it’s filled with classic dramas, new series and foreign favorites.
Local artist Lane Banks derives inspiration from an area you wouldn’t normally associate with abstract art: geometric, mathematical structure.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is highlighting emerging contemporary artists, now with the work of Brian Donnelly.
The museum celebrates women who exemplify courage, resilience and independence. Currently, the museum is celebrating Sandra Day O’Connor.
Dallas Contemporary focuses on engaging the public, so it makes sense that Rob Pruitt will be showcasing an original exhibition at the space.
The month of November brings a lineup of great performances from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra .
The Lone Star International Film Festival will be held November 9-13 in Sundance Square, and will include a wide variety of features.
During a time when excess funds are scarce, artist Patricia Rodriguez addresses our problems by reintroducing an idea from the past.