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Gallery at UTA
The Gallery at UTA is all about printmaking right now. One of the two shows there highlights prints made by Wisconsin artist John Hitchcock that are informed by various political and social views.
Erik Tosten, founder of DallasArtCast.net, a web site devoted to podcasts on local art galleries, served as curator for Gallery 414′s current show and used his personal tastes to choose the nine artists on display here.
William Campbell Contemporary Art brings back old favorite Jake Gilson, who uses an acid called gun bluing to etch his abstract images onto steel plates.
For the world, 1997 brought the Spice Girls and the death of Princess Diana, but here in Fort Worth it gave birth to something happier: the Mimir Chamber Music Festival. Musicians from the Chicago Symphony and Cleveland Orchest...
We’ve already had a musical version of The Odyssey. Five and a half years ago, the Coen brothers’ O Brother, Where Art Thou? adapted Homer’s epic poem into a vastly enjoyable film set in Depression-era Mississippi, aided ...