Posts Tagged ‘events’
The Kimbell’s Japanese art is a backdrop for suits in Samurai.

A Shogun’s Armor

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When the makers of Star Wars were inventing the design of Darth Vader’s helmet, they borrowed liberally from the kabuto, the helmet that samurai wore, often adorned with ornaments to identify the warrior’s place of origin a...


Benjamin Britten’s music is showcased at Broadway Baptist Church.

Great Britten

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Last November marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Britten, whose music made him a consensus choice for the greatest British composer since Henry Purcell more than 200 years before. At a time when mainstream cl...



Roger Corman's 1994 Fantastic Four screens at The Grotto Wednesday.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 29 Oley Sassone’s 1994 film of The Fantastic Four was never intended to be seen and was made on the cheap to fulfill a contractual requirement that would ensure that Roger Corman’s production company retained the ri...


Daniel Binelli is one of the featured musicians at the Latin American Music Festival.

Latin American Musical Celebration

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Two major musical events start Thursday: TCU’s ninth annual Latin American Music Festival and the official inauguration of the 298-seat performance hall in the Renzo Piano Pavilion of the Kimbell Art Museum. Pianist Olga Kern...



Nostalghia screens at 6:30pm Wednesday at TCU's KinoMonda.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 15 Other film series might start off the new year with something to ease us back into the regular routine. Not KinoMonda. TCU’s foreign film series plunges us into the deep end with Nostalghia, a 1983 movie by the aus...


A scene from Balthus: Through the Looking Glass at the Kimbell.

Girls on Canvas

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One thing that great art does is make us uncomfortable. In this, Balthus’ paintings succeed like nothing else. The French-born, Polish-descended Swiss artist has enjoyed a major posthumous rediscovery this past year through a...



The Kimbell’s new Renzo Piano Pavilion is still making waves six weeks after it opened.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 8 The Kimbell’s new Renzo Piano Pavilion is still making waves six weeks after it opened, and the folks at Fort Worth Center for Architecture hope to capitalize on that with their Design Talk this week. The lecture ...


The Westminster Choir performs at Arborlawn, Sun.

Bones in the Foundation

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If you want to hear something unearthly, you need to drop by Arborlawn United Methodist Church this Sunday for a performance by the Westminster Choir. That’s where the ensemble will perform The Legend of the Walled-In Woman, ...



George Takei narrates FWSO’s Sci-Fi Spectacular.

Fort Worth Space Orchestra

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In this era of audience segmentation, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is targeting the geeks with its Sci-Fi Spectacular. Guest conductor Jack Everly will conduct music from science-fiction films and TV shows, and Star Trek star ...


Lico Reyes’ 26th annual Christmas party for the poor at Arlington's Alama Ballroom.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 25 If ever you’re going to remember the less fortunate among us, today’s the day, and Arlington’s Alamo Ballroom is the place. That’s where Lico Reyes’ 26th annual Christmas party for the poor will take place,...