Posts Tagged ‘nasher sculpture center’

Dallas Filmmakers Shining Light on Food Insecurity

Posted by Heather Noel

Daniel Nanasi

Oak Cliff resident Daniel Nanasi had no idea about the food access issues in his own city, but a meetup group changed his perception forever.

Attending the Food Desert Solutions gatherings, Nanasi learned some sobering facts about food …

Dallas Arts Week Grows into Dallas Arts Month

Posted by Julia Falcon

When your artistic canvas’ content becomes too big to fit into a week, just stretch it into a month.

That’s what the city of Dallas has done, renaming what had been known as Dallas Arts Week into Dallas Arts Month, …

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 …

Building Community & Connections Through the Arts

Posted by Becky Young

When I look back on my tenure with TACA (The Arts Community Alliance), I reflect upon how much more accessible the arts have become in North Texas.

From the architectural masterpieces in the Dallas Arts District to public art at …

Editor’s Picks: Calendar for July 14-21

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

From a musical and cinematic event at the Nasher Sculpture Garden, to the Moon Day 2016 event, the “geeky, passionate individuals of Ignite DFW, and a Star Trek movie marathon, we’ve found some interesting events that give you the opportunity

Editor’s Picks: Calendar for July 7-14

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

From a Star Trek movie marathon and fun museum events with the kids to mingling with local entrepreneurs in North Texas’ startup scene, there’s a multitude of options to fill the holes in your schedule during the next week and

Volker Staack Discusses Shift in Corporate Research Spending

Posted by Amanda Hayes

STUDY FINDS R&D DOLLARS GOING ABROAD


The secret to successful corporate research and development spending may not be in how much money is spent, but where.

Volker Staack, a principal with PwC’s strategy consulting business, Strategy&, shared this insight at …

What’s Old Is New Again

Posted by Amanda Talbot

Nostalgia, distraction, therapy, unplugging—these are just a few of the reasons for the new craze of adult coloring books that’s hitting the book and craft stores. Amazon’s list of bestseller books for 2015 includes 14 coloring books. There are stacks …