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Nasher Sculpture Center presents 'til Midnight

Nasher Sculpture Center presents ’til Midnight

’til Midnight at the Nasher presents live outdoor concerts featuring the best in regional music talent paired with film screenings in the Nasher Garden.

Welcome to Dallas! with Turon Travel expert, Nicholas Christopher

DALLAS, FOUNDED AND NAMED BY JOHN NEELY BRYAN IN 1841, BEGAN AS A PERMANENT SETTLEMENT NEAR THE TRINITY RIVER AND ROSE TO HISTORICAL PROMINENCE AS THE GATEWAY CITY FOR THE OIL AND COTTON INDUSTRIES. 910 more words

on richard serra, context and museum-going in 2017

This is a cross-post of a piece of mine recently published in Arts+Culture Texas that tackles an excellent example of the tension between curator and audience.  1,031 more words

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Nasher Sculpture Center presents Ultra-Seeing

Nasher Sculpture Center presents Ultra-Seeing

The Nasher Sculpture Center will be presenting monthly screenings of experimental cinema from the perspective of synesthesia, visual music, and visualization of music. 

Dallas

Discovering Dallas at Modest Cost

Labeled as the most mythical city of Texas, Dallas offers a wide range of attractions for tourists to enjoy and explore. As for shopping, arts and entertainment, the city has something in store for everyone. 389 more words

Travel

Five Interesting Attractions to Explore in Dallas

As an all-American city in the state of Texas, Dallas was once described by Lonely Planet as the most mythical Texan city. So those planning to explore some amazing traditional aspects of the American culture, Dallas could be a perfect respite for all your travel needs. 373 more words

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Kathryn Andrews

In Fall 2014, “Donald Trump For President” was less than a whisper on the wind. When, around that time, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, invited Kathryn Andrews to mount an exhibition for November of the following year, she hit upon the idea of using the US presidential election as a thematic narrative to structure a mini-survey of her sculptures, wall works and installations from the past five years. 1,922 more words

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