Category Archives: Arts & Culture

Culture Buzz: Frame4Frame Festival Returns to Arlington Sept. 20-23, 2018

The newest Culture Buzz segment on MyArlingtonTV previews the third annual Frame4Frame Festival, set for Thursday, Sept. 20, through Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 in The American Dream City. This year’s festival kicks off on Thursday, September 20, with a free concert at the primary stage in J. Gilligan’s Bar & Grill. There will also…

UTA’s Dan Cavanagh Living His American Dream as Pianist, Composer & Educator

As the recently named Chair of The University of Texas at Arlington’s Music Department, Dan Cavanagh is living his American Dream as an educator, professional musician and composer.“As a musician, as a professor, as someone who believes in higher education, this has been a fantastic place to be,” Cavanagh said. As…

Dream Builders: Theatre Arlington Partners with AISD for Camp Be a Star

Dream Builders is a show on MyArlingtonTV that highlights the ways our community is helping kids dream big, nurture their creativity, polish their skills and develop the tools they need to achieve their American Dream as young adults. The latest Dream Builders episode focuses on Camp Be a Star at Theatre Arlington in Downtown, a…

Theatre Arlington to Open 46th Season with ‘The Sweetest Swing in Baseball’

Tickets are on sale now for upcoming productions at Theatre Arlington, which is celebrating 46 years of live theater this season. Theatre Arlington, which is one of the largest community theatres in the country, will open its season with The Sweetest Swing in Baseball, directed by Melanie Mason. Other scheduled shows…

Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s 10th Anniversary Celebration Continues with Fan Favorites

Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s 10th anniversary concert season had a great start with its summer concerts, with an estimate of more than 85,000 people on its lawn for free music and movie nights. But they aren’t finished yet!The Levitt starts the second part of its birthday celebration on Aug. 31 with…

Sculptor Art Fairchild Puts Big Dreams on Display in Arlington, North Texas

Arlington resident Art Fairchild continues to dream big as a unique sculptor utilizing wood, metal, stone and glass to create dynamic and visually captivating works of art across The American Dream City and the North Texas region.“I’ve always been intrigued with having ideas that seem simple in form, but require…

Levitt Pavilion Arlington Announces Fundraising Concert Featuring Barenaked Ladies

After 30 years together, Barenaked Ladies can predict how they will be introduced whether it’s live or on TV or radio: They’re not naked, and they’re not ladies. With their senses of humor fully intact, the Toronto-based Barenaked Ladies will bring their harmony-rich hybrid of folk and pop/rock mixed with…

Culture Buzz: Levitt Pavilion Arlington Kicks Off 10th Year of Free Music

The newest Culture Buzz segment on MyArlingtonTV previews Levitt Pavilion Arlington’s 2018 concert series, which kicks off this Friday with a performance by award-winning Texas troubadour, Ray Wylie Hubbard.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…

Museum’s Exhibit to Feature Costumes from Pirates of Caribbean, Phantom of the Opera

Discover the glamour, luxury and artistry of cinematic couture at the Arlington Museum of Art’s upcpming exhibition. The Cut! Costume and the Cinema exhibit, which starts Saturday, May 19 and runs through Sunday, August 12, allows visitors to step onto the movie set with 43 costumes from 27 period films. Covering five…

Culture Buzz: Arlington’s Art on the Greene Arts Festival Showcases Local Artists

The newest Culture Buzz segment on MyArlingtonTV previews the 7th Annual Art on the Greene Arts Festival, scheduled for May 11-13, 2018 at Richard Greene Linear Park in Arlington’s Entertainment District. For three days, Richard Greene Linear Park will host more than 100 regional and local artists. Art lovers and collectors can purchase work in ceramic,…