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Posts Tagged ‘museum’

Night and Day

KRISTIAN LIN
THU ? 27 The Lone Star Film Festival continues its monthly series of screenings of best-received films from last November. Tonight the fest is showing A Quiet Little Marriage, a serious marital drama involving many actors from ...


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It’s a little weird that none of the marquee events at the Cowboys of Color Museum Weekend is actually being held at the museum itself. Then again, most of them are taking place at the nearby Will Rogers Memorial Center, ...



Ace Folds a Hand

Jeff Prince
Ragged children play in a San Antonio alleyway dotted with clothes hung out to dry and a strutting rooster. An artist captured the scene in 1932, an impressionistic look at life in one of the state’s hardscrabble pockets ...


MoMA Movies at the Modern

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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth takes a two-week break from screening current independent films to make room for Still Moving: Classic Films from MoMA.



Autos for Art’s Sake

DAN MCGRAW
Several weeks ago, the Frisbee players and sun-worshippers and dog-walkers who normally take advantage of the big lawn just west of the Kimbell Art Museum found their routines interrupted by two drilling rigs that, over three o...


Benchmarks

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The Chinese regard eight as a lucky number, which is one reason the Beijing Olympics are beginning on the date 8/8/08.



Mixed Subjects

These North Texan filmmakers work in Austin, but their hearts remain here.
Kristian Lin
Transcribing an interview with Jeff Fraley and Harry Lynch proves to be hard work.


The Beauty Is

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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...



The Circle Remains Unbroken

The legacy of Fort Worth’s early Modernist painters is all around us.
Art
Moldy pie! Yum!


Out of the Woodwork

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Since the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth moved into its current home, one of its most popular pieces has been Martin Puryear’s “Ladder for Booker T. Washington,” the sculpture of a small, crooked wooden ladde...