We're not going to bury the lead here: #BobRoss' hair was actually straight.
"They teach you there's a boundary line to music. But, man, there's no boundary line to art." -Charlie "Bird" Parker #birthday
"I am proud that we have a home in the Arts District; a state of the art historic building that was once the hub of African American activities and is now owned by DBDT, housing our academy, administration and rehearsal space for both companies.” -Ann Williams
"When Gavin Delahunty called in every chip he had to secure global loans for the extraordinary "Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots" at the Dallas Museum of Art last spring, the exhibition was like a bolt of lightning in Dallas."
A drawer, a closet, a corner, any place can become a creative space.
To kick off the project’s digital stage, the team first recreated the scene with hi-resolution photographs, then overlaid them with vector-based images.
"The play harnesses the idea of a 'multiverse,' where we're surrounded by other dimensions and there is an infinite number of parallel universes in which we all exist but have made different choices."
“I’ve never heard a male artist discuss whether or not they should have children.”
"This is Lethal Weapon, just one of the works by Kathryn Andrews in the exhibit Kathryn Andrews: Run for President at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas on view September 10 to January 8. Andrews likes elements of surprise, shrouding her sometimes-shocking subject matter within shiny cylinders that provide the viewer with only a glimpse of what’s inside, and Lethal Weapon is no exception."
TBT | "Nicosia has dared to go where few avant-garde sensibilities have gone before: behind the closed doors—and into the hearts and minds—of middle-class Middle America."
Happy 100th birthday, National Park Service! #NPS100
"Multiply these multiverses and you'll get a whiff of the complexity behind Constellations, Nick Payne's 2015 Broadway two-person show, which makes its regional debut Aug. 24 as Dallas Theater Center's season opener with actors Alex Organ and Allison Pistorius in the Wyly Theatre."
"NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, one of the agencies on the forefront of space travel, is daring to dream. Last year, the jet propulsion Laboratory (JPL) designed a set of posters known as The Exoplanet Travel Bureau Poster Series, with taglines such as “Relax on Kepler-16b: The land of two suns—where your shadow always has company.”
Now, they have expanded the series to 14 posters and made them freely available to anyone."
One Arts Plaza in Dallas Arts District is pleased to announce your complimentary ride to dine at #OneArts is now arriving. The new #OneArtsCart will now take you and your guests from any Dallas Arts District venue before or after you dine at Jorges TexMex Cafe, Yolk, Tei-An or Proof + Pantry. With daily service Mon-Sun just dial 855-ONE-ARTS to request the cart during operating hours. For more information visit www.oneartsplaza.com.
Prelude, which remains free to the public, will, as the organizers note, have "a more compact footprint transforming parts of the AT&T Performing Arts Center campus and the Meyerson Symphony Center with light, video and sound-based immersive arts installations."
'Eye of the Collector' closes September 5th at the Perot Museum. #Beatles
“The fossils described in our paper reveal new details about the last sauropods in North America, which helps us better understand who Alamosaurus was related to and how this species made it to southern North America by 67 to 66 million years ago – just in time to go extinct at the end of the Cretaceous!”
Welcome Back, Dallas ISD students, faculty, and staff. #AlrightAlrightAlright
Welcome back to school, and welcome back to the arts.
"Before performances at the Winspear Opera House in Dallas, which opened in 2009, the 318 acrylic light rods that make up its chandelier ascend into the ceiling in a way that suggests a slow-motion meteor shower, to a recording of 'The Light,' by Philip Glass."
There ain't no party like a Nicolas Party!
Get your DAD Member Arts Card today with exclusive benefits to AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Theater Center, Nasher Sculpture Center, TITAS Presents, and much more.
Gotta catch 'em all, or at least a few, at Pokémon GO Night at the DMA tonight.
Making plans for #Brunch this weekend? Join Echelon DFW for A Brunch to Believe In - Echelon's Charity Day at Yolk at One Arts Plaza in Dallas Arts District. On Saturday, August 20th from 7am - 3pm, 10% of the entire days sales will benefit this organizations efforts as they serve the needs of the community. Don't want to wait in line for a table? Use the Nowait app to add yourself to the wait list too! #CharityBrunch #EatYolk #OneArtsDining
Want to know what colors are on the 3-meter (11-foot) Star Trek starship Enterprise studio model? #fascinating