Monday, February 18, 2019

Gallery review: The Art & Characters of Frontier Texas!

By DAVID BEARDEN makemarks@gmail.com If you live in Texas, you can’t escape it. Sure, you can surround yourself with posh Dallas pretension, or let the hipster...

GLCT presents Saturday Night Fever – the Musical

The Greater Lewisville Community Theatre begins its 2016-2017 season with Saturday Night Fever, the Musical opening September 9 and running through October 2 with...

Review: ‘The Beauty Queen of Leenane’ rocks a great script, strong performances

The Greater Lewisville Community Theatre’s performance of the darkly humorous "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" had the audience laughing from start to finish. This black...

Visual Art League presents Fresh Ideas 2016 Annual Juried Show

On Friday, July 29th from 7- 9 p.m., the Visual Art League of Lewisville will hold an opening reception for their Fresh Ideas 2016  Annual...

Pastel artist Janice Hamilton featured at VAL monthly meeting

The Visual Art League of Lewisville presents well-known pastel artist Janice Hamilton at its monthly “Art Talks” member’s meeting 7 to 9 p.m. April...

An Afternoon with the Poet Laureate on April 29

In celebration of National Poetry Month, MCL Grand will hold an afternoon with the Poet Laureate featuring readings of poetry by several local poets...

Review: ‘PROOF’ a fascinating yet macabre snippet of Texas history

“PROOF” is a visual story in which readers do not have time to connect with the characters but are intrigued by their vignettes regardless....

City to hold ‘Imagine Art Here!’ public art workshop

The City of Lewisville is planning for public artworks in the city. As part of that process, the City will hold the “Imagine Art...

Sam Ivie: Monochromatic exhibit opens today at MCL Grand

Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater presents the Sam Ivie: Monochromatic exhibit, opening today and running through Saturday, April 21, in the North Corridor Gallery...

Art show review: Strictly Texas

By DAVID BEARDEN makemarks@gmail.com Texas is too big for its own britches: sprawling farmland, countless small cities dripping with nostalgia and charm, shiny steel and glass...