Category Archives: Arts & Culture

Artistic Dreams and Creativity Flourishing at UT Arlington’s Glass Art Program

The Glass Art Program at The University of Texas at Arlington is not only providing students a place to explore artistic dreams and creativity, it’s also becoming a well-recognized component of Arlington’s flourishing arts and culture community. According to UT Arlington’s website, the glass facilities provide students a world class state…

Culture Buzz: Concours d’Elegance of Texas in Arlington’s Entertainment District

The newest Culture Buzz segment on MyArlingtonTV previews the 7th Annual Concours d’Elegance of Texas, one of the state’s largest vintage motoring and luxury lifestyle events located at Richard Greene Linear Park and Arlington’s Entertainment District. During the special three-day weekend celebration, scheduled from April 20 through April 22, participants can from flying down…

AISD Students Paint Football Helmets to be Displayed During NFL Draft in Arlington

Arlington ISD junior high art students are anxiously awaiting news about which school’s decorated football helmet will be selected this week to be displayed in the Dallas Cowboys’ war room on the opening night of the NFL Draft. The Dallas Cowboys have posted photos of all 10 helmets on Facebook to…

Culture Buzz: UTA Theatre Department Presents Heal the Divide On Campus

The newest Culture Buzz segment on MyArlingtonTV visits The University of Texas at Arlington for the Maverick Theatre Company’s HEAL THE DIVIDE ON CAMPUS, written and performed by students on April 4, 2018 in the Architecture Courtyard. The pieces focused on topics that directly concern and impact or speak to the millennial generation, such as…

Concours d’Elegance of Texas Rolls Into Arlington April 20-22

Organizers for the 7th Annual Concours d’Elegance of Texas, one of the state’s largest vintage motoring and luxury lifestyle events, is revving up for an outstanding 2018 program in Arlington’s Entertainment District. During the special three-day weekend celebration, scheduled from April 20 through April 22, participants can from flying down a…

Culture Buzz: 2018 AISD Youth Art Month at Arlington Museum of Art

The latest Culture Buzz episode on MyArlingtonTV takes a journey to the Arlington Museum of Art in Downtown for Arlington ISD Youth Art Month. Each spring, the Arlington Museum of Art collaborates with AISD to give students the opportunity to display their artwork. Linh Nguyen, the interim Fine Arts Director for Arlington ISD schools,…

Ray Wylie Hubbard to Kick Off Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s 10th Year of Free Music

Award-winning Texas troubadour, Ray Wylie Hubbard, kicks off the Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s 2018 concert season on May 18.2018 will be a year of celebration for Levitt Pavilion Arlington as it begins its 10th year of free music. The concert season will be packed with some of the Levitt’s most popular…

Arlington’s Judith Rodriguez Dazzling Area Audiences as a Lyric Soprano

Judith Rodriguez is living her dream right here in Arlington as a lyric soprano with Timeless Concerts and a Spanish music specialist performing all across the DFW Metroplex. Rodriguez has appeared in concerts and shows on many stages throughout Europe, Mexico and Texas. The lyric soprano discovered her passion for Zarzuela, a Spanish…

Culture Buzz: Dali Exhibit Open Through Jan. 21 at Arlington Museum of Art

 The newest Culture Buzz segment on MyArlingtonTV visits the Arlington Museum of Art for the Salvador Dali: Visions of Eternity exhibit, which is open to the public in Downtown through Sunday, January 21, 2018. This exhibition features Dali’s full series of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, for which each of the lithographs presented required as many as…