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Walls and Boards

From stand-up comedy to vintage Neil Simon, from revivals of classics to a bevy of world premieres, this summer’s theater stages will come to...

Chaos and Cosmos

In 1975, at a Greek restaurant in the provincial English countryside, Bob Pridden, the longtime soundman for The Who, held a loaded pistol to...

Pass the Peas, Please

Jeremy Joel has ambitious plans for Fort Worth. As we sat chatting at a West Magnolia Avenue bar, the self-described “outsider folk artist” focused...

Dreaming Big

Established art galleries are often tasked with turning a profit while serving the greater arts community. Since opening in early 2016, Fort Works Art...

The Circle Should Remain Broken

Dallas Morning News architecture critic Mark Lamster and the paper’s former art critic, Rick Brettell, discussed North Texas museums and galleries before a public...

Subtle Surreal, Expansive Abstract

Healthy dollops of praise should be lavished on Artspace 111 for providing an enjoyable and efficient primer on the virtues of pure abstraction and...

R.I.P., Kevin Roche

Kevin Roche, the renowned architect who designed the J.M. Moudy Visual Arts and Communications Building on TCU’s campus, died last week. He was 96. The...

Dresden Dreams

It’s not often that a single art exhibition reveals so much about a relatively obscure place during a consequential time in world history and...

Home2 Suites, Home

With the opening of Dickies Arena in November, the city and developers are clamoring for available plots for central-city hotel rooms to accommodate visitors...

Cowboy Style

Photorealist precision paired with nuanced strength. Those are the evocative hallmarks of the 23 drawings by Marshall Harris in I Wanna Be a Cowboy,...