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Summer nights sizzle with cool jazz under the stars.
On March 26, 2011, local audiences are invited to the Dallas Museum of Art for a day of original listening, thinking, and speaking – all aimed toward an intelligent, thoughtful exploration of four subjects of vital importance to the future of the city and the nation. The Festival of Ideas, presented by The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, will run from 10AM to 4PM.
The State of the Arts kicks off its second season at the Dallas Museum of Art. Each night introduces a pair of community art leaders to the stage. From artists to music directors representing organizations like the Dallas Film Society and the Art Council for the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, the second season of the State of the Arts will leave you feeling proud to be living in a city that is booming with art and culture.
It's his second year back for the DMA's Arts & Letters Live Series and we are thrilled!
David Sedaris will be telling personal stories and sharing life's observations with us at SMU's McFarlin Memorial Auditorium in April 2010. Tickets are still available to see the ever so witty and hilarious author.
The Monuments Men is art history but with a John Wayne twist. It's the greatest adventure story you have probably never heard about.
Wikipedia "Robert Edsel" and see two words that will make anyone's left eyebrow perk up: Art Detective.
ILiveinDallas had the opportunity to interview Mr. Edsel on his work exploring these heroic figures and discusses his upcoming lecture at the DMA.
Artist Guillermo Kuitca will join Noah Simblist, Associate Professor of Art at SMU, and Charles Wylie, the Lupe Murchison Curator of Contemporary Art, for a discussion of his work.
Mr. Kuitca is the designer of the Winspear Opera House permanent stage curtain that was done in collaboration with the center’s architects, Foster & Partners.
Celebrate the final weekend of Summer Spotlight, Willie Doherty & Private Universes and the premiere of All the World’s a Stage with free admission and special programs and tours. The DMA is free all weekend. Take advantage of the tours, lectures and films, as well as access to three exhibits. Although, I expect a lot of people will be doing the same.
Among the exhibit of All the World's a Stage will be a group of pastel ballet dancers by Edgar Degas. Growing up in pink tights and a black leotard I became very familiar with Degas' ballet dancers. Years of plies and arabesques at the bar, and staring at the Degas posters that lined the wall in cheap frames from Michael's- I got to know them well.
Join the Dallas Arts District this Saturday, August 08, 2009 for a walking tour of the Dallas Arts District, the largest urban arts district in the United States. Listen to experienced docents share the area's history and architecture while strolling by the Crow Collection of Asian Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Meyerson Symphony Center, historic Belo Mansion and Cathedral Shrine of the Vrigin of Guadalupe. Get a close up view of the Winspear Opera House and Wyly Theatre under construction and set to open in fall 2009.
Do something memorable on Friday, August 21st! Learn how to dance to the beat of Indian classical and Western hip-hop, get a custom henna design, or share some of your latest poetry during open mic.
Want to just chill out and watch a movie? You can do that, too. Under the stars and in a garden! The Nasher Center is showing The Princess Bride. And in the DMA auditorium catch the Hitchcock classic movie, Rear Window.
There will be food, drinks, lectures and tours. The last late night summer block parties in the Dallas Arts District is going to be a night to remember.
M. Ward is making a stop in Dallas before heading down to Austin for the annual SXSW Music Festival. The concert will be at the DMA Horchow Auditorium (capacity around 300) on Sunday, March 15th @ 7pm. Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10am. (Presale tix were released today.) General admission is $19.95. Purchase tickets through Ticketmaster.