Posts Tagged ‘week’s’

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Artspace 111
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Abstract artists rule the roost at Artspace 111 this holiday season. Paul Booker’s paintings and sculpture reside here with Tudor Mitroi’s sculptural panels and Charlotte Smith’s installations composed of stacks of paint ...


Closer to Reality?

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City Hall is already looking different under the leadership of Fort Worth’s new mayor. Betsy Price ran this week’s city council meetings in the same manner she handles herself — she was pleasant, efficient, and confident....



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Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
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This year, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Teen Artist Project had six local artists mentor 15 talented teenage artists from the area to help them create new works.


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Tarleton State's Langdon Center
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The landscapes around Big Bend National Park are what fire the inspiration of Pat Chaney.



Union, FWSO Come to Agreement

LEONARD EUREKA
Reflecting the downward financial spiral in arts groups nationally, members of the local American Federation of Musicians union has just ratified a new two-year contract with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra that cuts players...


Life, Death, and Truth at Carswell

John Q. Reader
To the editor: Thanks to Betty Brink and Fort Worth Weekly for their persistence in covering the plight of female inmates at Carswell Federal Medical Center  (“Carswell Loses in Court,” June 23, 2010). I’ve been invo...



Nutcracker Season

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Texas Ballet Theater begins its popular Nutcracker series at Bass Performance Hall on Friday and will continue on weekends through December 24. The company just completed a two-week run of the holiday classic at the new Winspea...


James Gill’s “Marilyn Study”

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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...



Hell in the Carpathians

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A few weeks back, The New York Times ran a piece in their Sunday magazine about the suddenly hot Romanian film industry.


Hidden Gold

And the Oscar goes to ... that guy. An analysis of the awards’ not-so-major categories.
Kristian Lin
The Oscar nominations came out this week, and for once the talk about who got the nods might actually be overshadowed by speculation about whether the writers’ strike will derail the show.