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Ken Dixon “Order & Disorder: Common Denominator”

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Ken Dixon’s show at William Campbell, 3 Short Stories & 12 Options, takes its inspiration from Texas’ Hill Country, but the artist renders his...

Illuminating

As the audience files in before the start of Amphibian Stage Production's Gutenberg! The Musical!, the bellow of Broadway legend Ethel Merman charges out...

Gallery

J.T. Grant's chiaroscuro-heavy paintings are an unusual departure for William Campbell Contemporary Art, which tends to favor friendlier, more abstract works. Pieces like "Advocate's...

No Country for Old People

In most live theater productions, "audience participation" is limited to measured reactions from the house, including the requisite applause after musical numbers and during...

Gallery

Contemporary Mexican art is the theme at UNT Art Gallery. The current show there features video art, photography, sculpture, and painting about shared memories...

The Last Art Show

You may have heard this in other parts of the Weekly, but we couldn't let it pass without taking notice of the impending demise...

Horizons

Nature is hot. In September, the New Museum in New York City opened After Nature, a group show that gathered post-apocalyptic works in various...

Stirring

Who said that nothing's shocking anymore? Circle Theatre has prepared a spicy holiday recipe to delight and disorient audiences by taking eight attractive, enthusiastic...

Gallery

A bit of the Stockyards is on display at the UNT Art Gallery in Denton. The venue features early Texas art from the extensive...

Still Stormy?

Texas Ballet Theater may be down financially, but it isn't out artistically. Last weekend's performances of Mozart's Requiem and Stormy Weather at Bass Performance...