Posts Tagged ‘Arlington Museum of Art’
Maybe this guy will show up to the Mexico vs. Argentina game at AT&T Stadium, Tuesday.

Night & Day

Fort Worth Weekly
Wed 2 - Having avoided the sophomore slump with their album This Is All Yours from last year, the British group alt-J has proved themselves a band of many moods, ranging from aloof and refined to snarling and primitive. You can...

Artisan Center Theater puts on Guys and Dolls thru Aug 29.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 29 - Known for his prolific art career depicting Parisian nightlife stripped of its glamor, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec has no shortage of respect, but he’s not often considered within the greater arc of art history the way...

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s “Ambassa-deurs,” at AMA.

To Lose a Truck

Fort Worth Weekly
As the art historian John Rewald once noted, the term “Post-Impressionism” was more of a convenience than a precise descriptive term. The artists in this movement were unified only by their desire to move beyond the Impress...


Bruce Wood Panel Discussion at Arlington Museum of Art

“Everyone asks me what kind of dancing we do,” wrote the late Fort Worth choreographer Bruce Wood in a program for one of his company’s many performances. “If you asked a ballet dancer, they’d say it was modern dance....

Bruce Wood (right) rehearses dancers in this photo at AMA.

In a Dancer’s Memory

The sudden death of Bruce Wood last spring left a huge hole in the dance world and North Texas’ performing arts landscape. The choreographer, who had studied under the legendary George Balanchine and enjoyed the status of pri...

Ansel Adams’ “The Tetons - Snake River” is part of the new show at AMA.

Ansel in Arlington

Back in the 1990s, the Arlington Museum of Art was home to exhibitions as bold and innovative as any in North Texas, but after the departure of director Joan Davidow, the place became something of an afterthought compared to th...

“Ring Around the Rosey” is one of several Johnsons on exhibit now at The Arlington Museum of Art.

Harlem Renaissance

One of the largest collections of African-American art ever shown in North Texas will hang at The Arlington Museum of Art now through late August. Featuring works on loan from a private collector by such legends at Jacob Lawren...

Palabrazos Festival is Coming

Jimmy Fowler
In the spirit of “it’s never too early to think about the weekend”: Fort Worth spoken word artist Tammy Gomez is producing the 2010 Palabrazos Festival this Friday August 27 and Saturday August 28 at 7pm. The third annual...