Posts Tagged ‘art’
Pop Art lives again at Milan Gallery. The downtown venue hosts a show of paintings by James Gill, a contemporary of Andy Warhol’s. The San Angelo-based Gill has been in seclusion for several decades, but now he’s pr...
Live, improvisational jazz isn’t scary, it needn’t be excessively mathematical or theoretical, and it doesn’t require a college degree to be enjoyed.
With Casa Mañana suddenly going in for the newfangled likes of Spamalot and Avenue Q this summer, it’s ironic that this week the most interesting things in town are two theater troupes opening old shows.
Local curator gets personal, while public art shines over Dark streets.
I always read with a little stack of Post-it Notes nearby.
In November 2003, when the Cliburn Foundation and the Modern Art Museum were just starting their new series expressly devoted to contemporary music, the programmers set aside one concert for songs by three young composers bring...
In keeping with the trend of presenting Latin American art as more than just Diego Rivera,
In art, perhaps, is the salvation of Cowtown.
Martha Peters may have one of the most enviable offices in Fort Worth.
Applications for the third annual Texas Biennial are now available at www.texasbiennial.com. A group art show composed of open submissions, the biennial, if you haven’t already guessed, is grossly biased toward Austin, th...
Julie Lazarus’ show at William Campbell Contemporary is unusual…
The Fort Worth Convention Center’s new parking facility isn’t groundbreaking but still great.
Designer garages are nothing new. At Princeton University, TEN Arquitectos’ Enrique Norten uses an elegant stainless-steel scrim to hide the parked vehicles.