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Theater & Dance

A Powerhouse Extravaganza of Local Arts Talent Joins for One Night To Benefit HIV/AIDS Service Organizations

In A Gathering 2022, Charles Santos of TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND reminds us that the lights haven’t gone dark on the AIDS epidemic more than 40 years later.
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Visual Arts

At the Nasher, Reconsidering the Work of Legendary Sculptor Harry Bertoia

You’ve likely sat in one of his wire chairs or walked under his 3,000-pound mural at the downtown library. But the Nasher’s first-ever retrospective of Bertoia’s career goes far deeper in exploring how the artist sculpted space.
By Lauren Smart
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Arts District

Artist Vicki Meek’s Nasher Exhibit is a Profound Celebration of African Ancestry

In what used to be the museum gift shop, Meek creates a “healing space that celebrates Black life.”
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Arts & Entertainment

BNSF Railway Appoints New CEO and President

Plus, new appointments and promotions at Dallas Museum of Art, Salesmanship Club of Dallas, Landry Commercial, and more.
By Maria Hieber
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Arts & Entertainment

Financial Losses for Arts and Culture Sector Top $67 Million

The pandemic has struck a devastating blow to Dallas' cultural scene. It didn't have to be this way.
By Peter Simek

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Arts & Entertainment

Federal Relief or Not, the Reality at Dallas Cultural Venues Is Dire

We are at risk of losing many of our most important concert halls and performing venues. This is what it looks like on the ground.
By Abby Blasingame
Winspear Opera House Dallas
Arts & Entertainment

Dallas Opera’s Digital Network Is a Smash Hit, Tops 9 Million Facebook Views

After COVID-19 shuttered rehearsals, the Dallas Opera launched new online programming that has evolved into one of the most-watched company-run media channels in the world
By Peter Simek
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Arts & Entertainment

Can Local Collaborations Between Governments and Philanthropists Mimic New Deal Art Boom?

Nasher Sculpture Center Director Jeremy Strick has an idea and a challenge: recreate New Deal-style art commissions via local patronage.
By Peter Simek
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Arts & Entertainment

Dallas Opera Cuts Salaries, Furloughs Staff

The latest arts organization to take a big hit from the COVID-19 pandemic suggests how lasting an impact the crisis will have on Dallas
By Peter Simek