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Review: Dallas Museum of Art shows the softer side of Inca designs

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Courtesy of the Dallas Museum of Art

When Maxwell L. Anderson, the director of the Dallas Museum of Art, opened the institution’s most recent exhibit, “Inca: Conquests of the Andes/Los Incas y la... Read more

Theater review: ‘Man of La Mancha’

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Michael C. Foster

With his booming voice and commanding presence, Martin Antonio Guerra is a terrific choice to play the title character in the musical Man of La Mancha. Read more

In the galleries: ‘I Am, You Are’ at ART7

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Courtesy ART7 Crockett Community Gallery

The Art Council of Fort Worth’s gallery ART7 held a call for artists’ submissions from a five-state area — Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico — for a series of exhibitions. This is the third of five to be presented, this one with the theme “I Am... Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: May 22-28, 2015

Hayes Carll

Lost Highway Records

From polka to tap dance, free outdoor concerts to a major golf tournament, it’s a busy week in North Texas. Read more

Arts writers’ picks: A flora of Texas app and more

1The plant app: The Botanical Research Institute of Texas and High Country Apps have released a plant identification app. Flora of Texas: Fort Worth Prairie Region should answer the perennial gardening query “ What... Read more

Theater review: ‘The Boys Next Door’

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Neighbors are like relatives. You don’t get to choose them. Read more

North Texas theaters pack summer season with musicals

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Photo by Terry Shapiro

It looks like we are in for an all-singing, all-dancing summer. Read more

Fort Worth Opera Festival recap

Dog Days dress rehearsal

Star-Telegram

In recent seasons, the Fort Worth Opera has had a remarkable series of successes. Think of 2012, when Lysistrata and The Marriage of Figaro were a potent double-barreled combination of the new and the old. Or 2014, when Read more

Review: Barry Douglas with the Fort Worth Symphony

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Courtesy photo

Miguel Harth-Bedoya chose to end the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s season this weekend with a program including one of the most famous of all piano concertos, especially in Fort Worth: Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor. Read more

Three for three: Nasher Sculpture Center microgrants

1 Nasher microgrants: The Nasher Sculpture Center recently awarded $1,000 microgrants to local artists in support of their work. The spring round (more will be awarded in the fall) are: Fort Worth-based artist Christopher Blay, for his video production of Read more

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