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Latest update Tuesday, 30-Apr-2013 23:13:15 PDT
DallasArtsRevue is out of the calendar business, although we promote members' shows, talks and events on the Member page.
Yeah, I'll miss the calendar, too.
Can anybody recommend an easily searched online Dallas art calendar — or was this the only one?
J R Compton
Editor & Publisher
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Some Art Talks are listed with their exhibitions; others under Events.
Many area art galleries are listed in Art Space Information or the Museums and Art Centers or the Schools & Classes pages.
DallasArtsRevue Resources include geographic, phone and link information for area Art Spaces, Museums Schools and Visual Art Groups and HOW TOs including How To Photograph Art, Start Showing Your Work, and How to Design and Distribute an Invitational Post Card.
TV & Radio & Online
Public Radio shows on KERA-FM 90.1 that sometimes include art coverage: Fresh Air with Terry Gross :: Studio 360 :: Think with Krys Boyd :: A Way with Words :: This American Life :: Podcasts for many KERA-FM shows
Quin Mathews and Sharon Benge's Art Matters (podcast) on WRR at 5:30 p.m. Sundays and repeated at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays
Quin Mathews' two-and-a-half-minute video tour of the Valley House Gallery Sculpture Garden
If you teach art in North Central Texas, you, your classes and/or your school should be listed on our very popular Schools and Classes page. Email Anna with: School Name full address with zip phone number email website types of classes for whom (adults, children, grad, post grad, anybody) & open times
Please send us your news, information, photographs and gossip per the pink box below.
member Mirtha Aertker is featured on Texas Clay's online gallery and interviewed by Robin Gary.
member Denise Brown video on
Haley-Henman's Dr. John Marcucci, left, and Nicholas Troilo
Haley-Henman announces its new exhibition space with Nicholas Troilo at Gallery 422, 422 Singleton Boulevard, 75212.
Contemp admits to "stupid
mistake" selling top-name DFW artist prints for as low as $25 in move
to undervalue area artists' work.
See our Index of Artists' Obituaries for area artists' stories, including the ones that used to be on this page.
More, older news is on the News page which should probably be called the Olds Page.
Years go by when we don't add anything to DallasArtsRevue's I Want page, then suddenly we add several.
A 90-minute walking tour of Dallas' vaulted Arts District begins at 10 am on the First and Third Saturdays, meeting at Harwood and Flora (entrance to Dallas Museum of Art).
Public ArtWalk Dallas is a 3.3-mile free, self-guided tour of public art in downtown Dallas.
Many art venues have so much going on we'd never catch up, so we just link them.
African American Museum - FREE 11-5 Tuesday through Friday, 10-5 Saturday, 3536 Grand Ave in Fair Park, 214 565-9026
Crow Collection of Asian Art - a rich family's private collection expanded and grown up into an amazing Asian collection that changes all the time and is in one of Dallas' premiere art exhibition spaces. Worth dawdling through anytime.
The Dallas Museum of Art - FREE 11-5 on the First Tuesday of each month and 5-9 pm Thursday nights (Special ticket prices may apply to exhibitions). 1717 North Harwood downtown
Goss-Michael Foundation - British Contemporary Art, 2500 Cedar Springs, 214 696-0555
Meadows Museum - odd duck of a very Conservative collection located on the campus of Southern Methodist University, not far from the future site of W's Presidential Museum of Horrors. FREE after 5 on Thursdays, 5900 Bishop Boulevard at SMU, 214 768-2516
The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art - is one of Dallas' unique treasures, and it's always FREE. 3109 Carlisle Street, 214 855-7802
Nasher Sculpture Center - FREE 10-2 on the First Saturday of each month, 2001 Flora Street, downtown
Except for the charming Madi, all of Dallas' best museums are in Fort Worth.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art (current exhibitions) - Has been my favorite Fort Worth museum since the Early 60s. Great place, lots of different shows, with a hard speciality in area art and artists — and photography. Usually free.
Kimbell Art Museum - one of America's pre-eminent art museums in one of America's pre-eminent architectural spaces.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth - Modern and Contemporary art
More information about area art centers and museums on our Museums & Art Centers page.