Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Amon Carter Exhibit is an
Ode to Polaroid Imaging Tech

Posted by Mallory Houser

Polaroid SX-70 Assemblage with razor blade at the Amon Carter Museum. [Photo: Courtesy of Amon Carter Musuem]

“The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology” is making its U.S. debut at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art,

International Art Market Picks
Arlington For First Expansion

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park, the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, Six Flags Over Texas, and many other attractions. Now, the city can add another notch to its event belt: the first-ever expansion of the

Course Teaches Med Students Compassion Through Art

Posted by Lance Murray

A new course at the UT Southwestern Medical Center is using art in preparing medical students to treat patients like individual people. 

The course, which ended May 18, has the students —many wearing their white UT Southwestern lab coats — …

Deep Ellum Music, Art Venue Readies for Summer Opening

Posted by Lance Murray

Work is beginning on a new music and art venue in Deep Ellum that will have two stages, a bar, and a food truck park.

Deep Ellum Art Co. is scheduled to open this summer, according to a report in …

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon Aims to Boost Female Participation

Posted by Julia Batlle

DFW female artists and art lovers are invited to the first Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, to be held Friday at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows Museum. 

The Cedars Union, the Meadows Museum, and the Dallas Public Library have partnered …

Local Female Artists Needed for Upcoming Fair Park Exhibition

Posted by Julia Batlle

The Texas Women’s Caucus for Art is calling on local female artists to submit their work to be displayed at the Women’s Museum Building at Fair Park during Dallas Arts Week, starting on April 5. 

A local curator will be …

Dallas Library Gets $5K Grant for STEAM Programming

Posted by Lance Murray

The Dallas Public Library will continue to hold science, technology, engineering, arts, and math programs at five of its branches thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Association for Library Service to Children.

The library system was one of 12 …

New Murals in the Works for Downtown Plano

Posted by Heather Noel

The Plano Art Association and Historic Downtown Plano Association are teaming up for three new mural projects in the city.

Two of the murals will be on 15th Street in downtown Plano and a third location that will be determined.…

On Tap: Sports Injury Prevention Event, DIY Electronics Club, & DMA’s Off the Wall

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Editor’s Picks of events for Jan. 5 – 12.

THURSDAY, JAN. 5

BUILDING A SERVERLESS ARCHITECTURE — 6 p.m. at TheLab.ms Education Center, 1915 N. Central Expressway, Suite 370, in Plano. Linux Academy instructor Johnny Jelinek will go over the …

Allen ISD STEAM Center Project Expands Plan

Posted by Heather Noel

Allen ISD students will have even more space to explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math in the district’s new facility than originally planned.

On Monday, the district’s board of trustees voted to permit the purchase of almost 10 acres …