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Alexander Calder’s “Trois Oignons” is up for sale at the Modern’s From the Vault auction.

Out of the Basement

Fort Worth Weekly
The thing about being a modern art museum is that, if you hang on to your artworks long enough, they’re not modern anymore. That’s what the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is facing with some of its pieces, so it’s holdin...


Damon Gupton conducts FWSO’s tribute to the Oscars this weekend.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 20 - James Koskinas has been an actor, playwright, and filmmaker, but he’s best known for painting portraits heavily influenced by the Expressionist painter Emil Nolde. Tonight, Koskinas will be the subject of Arlington M...



Van Broughton Ramsey’s costume drawings are part of Sid Richardson Museum’s Lonesome Dove: The Art of Story.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 13 - Coriolanus presents a difficult problem, having as its hero a great military leader who stumbles when he tries to go into peacetime politics because of his contempt for the people. Tom Hiddleston tackles this difficult...


Mustang plays at the Modern, Fri-Sun.

Unbroken Horses

Fort Worth Weekly
Why did France submit an entry for the Best Foreign Film Oscar that was filmed in Turkey and performed entirely in Turkish? Writer-director Deniz Gamze Ergüven was born in Ankara but emigrated to France as a girl. Her debut fi...



Joshua Roman plays with FWSO, Fri-Sun.

Electronical Music

Fort Worth Weekly
For those of you who think Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is at its best playing contemporary music, this weekend is the time to hit Bass Hall. They’re playing two works by Mason Bates, the composer who turns 39 in a few weeks...


John Krasinski stars in 13 Hours, premiering Tue at AT&T Stadium.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 6 - The TCU women’s basketball team has gotten off to a nice start in the Big 12 this season, and a win against Oklahoma tonight would help the Lady Frogs crack the national rankings. It won’t be easy, though, with the ...



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What Are You Doin’ New Year’s?

Fort Worth Weekly
This year’s New Year’s Eve events don’t look as appealing as the ones last year, but they’re still well worth rounding up here in this space so you can decide where to spend the last hours of 2015. Music seems to be the...


Wonders

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Kristian Lin
Wed 30 - Dallas Theater Center’s world premiere of Samuel D. Hunter’s Clarkston (intended as a companion piece for a play called Lewiston premiering elsewhere in 2016) is drawing rave reviews from the area’s theater criti...



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Meeting of Masters

Fort Worth Weekly
Film students should head to the Modern this weekend for Kent Jones’ documentary. The nominal subject of Hitchcock/Truffaut is the series of 1962 interviews of Alfred Hitchcock by fledgling director and former film critic Fra...


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Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 23 - The 1947 film Miracle on 34th Street may be upholding the status quo, but it got a jump on anxiety about the commercialization of Christmas before almost anybody else did. Aside from feeling more modern than It’s a W...