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It may be August, but if you think the colleges have gone quiet when it comes to performing arts, UNT is going to prove you wrong.
WED ? 27 UNT’s Fem Flicks series starts up again for the spring with Liz Mermin’s 2004 documentary The Beauty Academy of Kabul. The film tells the story of six American women (three of them of Afghan descent) who tr...
Military schools have studied the science of war for hundreds if not thousands of years. Serious scholarship on how to stop wars or avoid them is a lot harder to come by – but a group of women peace activists and North Te...
Other artists use brushes or pens, but California-based Lia Cook uses an electronic Jacquard loom to create her fiber works that depict girls’ faces. These are on display through the next few days at UNT Art Gallery.
WED • 11 Swing your razor wide, Sweeney. Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s revenge opera Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street brings all of its blood-soaked murders and gorgeous songs to Casa Mañana this...
WED ? 7 With the art world now in the midst of rediscovering James Ensor, now’s a great time to learn about this remarkable early-20th-century Belgian painter. Kimbell curator Bart Devolder gives a lecture entitled James ...
Last week may have been the Denton Arts & Jazz Fest, but this week UNT is offering even more interesting events for our readers up north or for downtowners who might want to head over there.
A few dozen violins painted by local celebrities make up Painted Violins, on display at Bass Hall weekends thru March 18 and at Sid Richardson Museum thru Saturday.
Jazz and smart rock are more closely aligned than normally thought, according to Denton quintet oso closo’s tuneage.
When Adrian Hulet, the singer, pianist, and songwriter for the arty soul outfit oso closo, moved from Grapevine to Denton in 2001 to attend the University of North Texas, he thought he had exorcised his live-band demons forever...
UNT’s end-of-semester art show is a retrospective of Rob Erdle’s paintings.