Grand Vie Spring Summer 2019

18 Jump Right in, While the seasons transition and the weather follows suit, it’s only natural to be drawn to the ever-changing arts scene. From museum galleries to performance stages and hip, local venues in between, it’s a lovely time to delight in some of the blooming exhibitions and events around North Texas. DALLAS Meadows Museum Goya’s Visions in Ink: The Centerpiece of the Meadows Drawings Collection April 30 to November 3 This exhibition highlights the Meadows’ recent acquisition of Goya’s exceptional ink drawing, Visions . The piece will feature alongside other prints to illuminate the fascinating provenance and historical context of the artist’s innovative and deeply personal works. Dallas Museum of Art Dior: From Paris to the World May 19 to September 1 Surveying more than 70 years of the House of Dior’s legacy, this exhibition features a dynamic selection of more than 100 haute couture dresses, as well as accessories, photographs, original sketches, runway videos and other archival gems. Music Hall at Fair Park Hello, Dolly! July 17 to 28 Paying tribute to the original work of legendary director and choreographer Gower Champion, catch Broadway legend Betty Buckley in the Tony Award-winning production of Hello, Dolly! presented by Dallas Summer Musicals. Nasher Sculpture Center Sheila Hicks May 11 to August 18 Throughout her decades-long career, Sheila Hicks has been pushing textiles into monumental scale. For this exhibition, the artist will create site-specific installations of colorfast, pigmented fiber in the Nasher garden and lower-level gallery. Kimbell Art Museum Monet: The Late Years June 16 to September 15 Through 52 paintings from major public and private collections — including more than 20 examples of the artist’s beloved water lilies — this exhibition traces the evolution of Monet’s practice from 1913 up to his death in 1926. Amon Carter Museum of American Art With the Help of Friends February 2 to June 2 With the Help of Friends celebrates 15 dynamic photographs ranging from the 1930s to the present day. These photographs tell vivid stories about life and how we think about our world. the Art is Fine BY NIKI FANARA FORT WORTH HOUSES OF ART