Retrospective “Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg” will be at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth June 10 through September 16, ,2018 and spans Japanese artist's earliest work to the big displays made with his assistants.
Portions of six new operas will get a showing as part of the annual festival, and this year's crop of composers and librettists includes Nell Shaw Cohen, with "Mabel's Call," and Rachel Peters, with "Companionship," at Bass Hall in downtown Fort Worth.
The opera features tango dancers, in addition to a cast and chorus. “It is a really good icebreaker for opera. It’s a cabaret, it’s a tango ballet, it’s a poetic recitation,” said director-choreographer John de los Santos.
The book chronicles the unlikely journey of opera singer Ryan Speedo Green from solitary confinement to stardom and the family, teachers and complex realities of race in America that impacted him along the way. It's an expansion of a profile piece Bergner wrote for the New York Times Magazine.
Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival is back for its 33rd year, and it welcomes new food vendors, lots of promising new artists and a lot more, all in in downtown Fort Worth, between the Tarrant County Courthouse and the Fort Worth Convention Center.
Check out the tasty fun of the Tacos + Tequila event opening night at the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival. Nine vendors including local taco favorites Salsa Limón and Taco Heads dished out more tacos than we could count.