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Sunday
Oct282012

ART MATTERS EXTRA: DMA Director Maxwell Anderson


Listen to more of Quin's conversation with Dallas Museum of Art Director Maxwell Anderson.  

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Art Matters Extra: DMA Director Max Anderson

Sunday
Oct282012

ART MATTERS EXTRA: Nasher Curator Jed Morse

Click below to listen to Quin's full interview with Nasher Sculpture Center Chief Curator Jed Morse. Learn more about the "Fountainhead," one of the newest pieces on display at the Nasher.

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Art Matters Extra: Nasher Chief Curator Jed Morse

Friday
Oct262012

Coming up this Sunday, October 28

We have a packed week on Art Matters:

First, listen to Quin's conversation with Dallas Museum of Art director Max Anderson about the DMA's new digital archive.  Find out how Art Matters will be a part of it.

Then Sharon interviews renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando for the tenth anniversary of the opening of his building, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.  Listen to how he feels about the building ten years later.

Lastly, two shows at the Nasher Sculpture Center push the boundaires of sculpture. we speak to Curator Dakin Hart on "Sculpture in So Many Words" and chief curator Jed Morse on the companion book/exhibit "Fountainhead," based on the iconic image of Marcel Duchamp.

Catch Art Matters Radio, this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. on WRR 101.  Click here to listen live.

Tuesday
Oct232012

PODCAST: ART MATTERS FOR OCTOBER 21, 2012

This week on Art Matters, Quin interviews local author Michael Ennis about his best selling book The Malice of Fortune. And in our second half Sharon visits with ballet star Jacques d'Amboise during his visit to TCU.

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Art Matters, October 21 2012

Sunday
Oct212012

ART MATTERS EXTRA: AUTHOR MICHAEL ENNIS

Click below to listen to Quin's full interview with author Michael Ennis.   Hear more about his new book, The Malice of Fortune.

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Art Matters Extra: Author Michael Ennis