Just me talking about costume-y kind of stuff
Do No Harm, Wyly Theatre Dallas
Broadway World Review of Do No Harm written by Zac Thriffiley. IMO this review is very thorough and Thriffiley perfectly captures how I felt when I saw the play. I didn't see it on opening night like he did, but the technical problems he mentioned were fixed by the time I saw it two days later. Luckily, after the show they held a talk back to give the audience a chance to hear from the creative team and ask the questions. Listening to them talk was even more enlightening and watching the rapport they all had with one another.
DO NO HARM
Streaming Tix Purchases Available APRIL 1, 2022
Dallas Art Beat review of the film version.
Soul Rep Theatre
on Soul Rep Theatre Company’s stage - BLACK art, BLACK narratives, BLACK joy, BLACK families, BLACK history, BLACK love, BLACK struggle, BLACK brilliance, and BLACK LIVES have ALWAYS MATTERED.
In 2014, the AT&T Performing Arts Center created the Elevator Project to provide small, emerging and historically marginalized arts organizations and artists with a performance platform in the Dallas Arts District. It has evolved into an exciting, curated season of work stretching across genres, with the projects chosen through a competitive process by a panel of arts professionals and advocates.
Presentations may range from single-night performances to a two-week run for a play. They may include music, theatre, dance, spoken word, cabaret, comedy, opera, and more. Most shows are performed in Hamon Hall in the Winspear Opera House or in the 6th Floor Studio Theatre in the Wyly Theatre.
Applicants must be Dallas-based and special consideration is given to groups or artists that do not have a performance space they call home. Successful projects may include new and experimental works, ethnically and/or culturally specific projects, and performances designed for unique spaces on the Center’s campus.
March 07th, 2022
Dallas Museum of Art
Naudline Pierre (b. 1989, Leominster, MA), lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She creates works that explore a mysterious alternate universe full of characters that often interact with each other in tender ways. Pierre holds an MFA from the New York Academy of Art and a BFA from Andrews University.
Pierre’s work has been included in exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; The Armory Show, New York; Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles; Perrotin, Seoul; Stephen Friedman Gallery, London and Nicodim Gallery, Bucharest among others. Pierre’s works are in the permanent collection of the Pérez Art Museum Miami; CC Foundation in Shanghai; Dallas Museum of Art; The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University; and The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City. Pierre was a 2019–2020 artist-in-residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. The works produced at the residency were on view at MoMA PS1 as part of the exhibition This Longing Vessel: Studio Museum Artist in Residence 2019–20 from December 10, 2020 through March 14, 2021. In 2021, her work will be featured in Prospect.5 New Orleans, and is the subject of a forthcoming solo exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Soundcloud interview with Dr. Roslyn Walker on Mudcloth
Octavio medellin, sculptor
DMA Soundcloud interview
Los Angeles-based artist Guadalupe Rosales is creating an immersive mural in the DMA’s Concourse that pays homage to lowrider culture and the community it fosters. Hear directly from the artist about her work, and see "Guadalupe Rosales: Drifting on a Memory" when it opens for free at the DMA on December 10.
Slip Zone: A new look at postwar abstraction in the americas and east asia
TAntric Buddhist Initiation Crowns
Fiddler on the Roof, Ursaline Academy
We went to see Fiddler on the Roof at Ursaline Academy, where MCC alum Whitney Coulter teaches costume and makeup classes. Whitney designed the costumes for the show. I got to meet her colleagues and her students. The talent there is amazing, such good singers and dancers.