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Dallas Opera Perspectives at the Meadows Museum

by Suzanne Calvin

Count me in! Coming to the Meadows Museum, a conversation not to be missed between Dallas Opera General Director and CEO Keith Cerny and the company’s esteemed new music director, Emmanuel Villaume. Details to follow: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, September 6, 2013 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014 Or Megan Meister 214.443.1071 suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org megan.meister@dallasopera.org THE DALLAS OPERA […]

October at TDO: “Just the facts, ma’am.”

by Suzanne Calvin

Coming back from a wind-swept, sea salt, sun-addled holiday weekend, we thought many of you could use a little help in sorting through the upcoming events in October. Get out your Day Planner (digital or otherwise) and have at it! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014 Or Megan Meister 214.443.1071 […]

Unbridled Enthusiasm

by Suzanne Calvin

There are a number of things I love in this world: kind-hearted children, pets that purr, well-designed furniture, glorious music enjoyed with the windows rolled down, walking anywhere, hundred-year-old linens, and the Meadows Museum–to name a few. But one of the things I’ve come to appreciate more and more is the man or woman who looks at […]

Frances Bagley Honored

by tdoadmin

It couldn’t happen to a nicer and more talented lady.  No, you won’t find her in this photograph but you will find her in the concept behind this photograph. The Meadows Museum, according to D magazine Arts Editor Peter Simek, has awarded its annual Moss/Chumley Artist Award to the deserving Frances Bagley (who with her husband, […]

The Kimbell: Year One

by Suzanne Calvin

The fact is, we are incredibly lucky, here in North Texas, to have proximity and access to an amazing number of extraordinary art museums and collections. This ain’t booster talk; when you stop to think of the DMA, the Meadows Museum, the Crow Collection, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Amon Carter Museum, the Fort Worth […]

"A Night in Old Spain" at the Meadows Museum

by tdoadmin

Dallas Opera lovers were hosted to “A Night in Old Spain at the Meadows Museum” Thursday, June 19th. Our gracious hostess, arts and humanities lecturer Barbara Benac, traced the Spanish roots of “The Marriage of Figaro,” set in Seville, in a fascinating presentation that blended portraits and paintings from the extensive Meadows Museum collection with […]

“A Night in Old Spain” at the Meadows Museum

by Suzanne Calvin

Dallas Opera lovers were hosted to “A Night in Old Spain at the Meadows Museum” Thursday, June 19th. Our gracious hostess, arts and humanities lecturer Barbara Benac, traced the Spanish roots of “The Marriage of Figaro,” set in Seville, in a fascinating presentation that blended portraits and paintings from the extensive Meadows Museum collection with […]