CATCH IT WHILE YOU CAN: The Nasher Sculpture Center is trying something new with its current exhibition, “Boolean Valley.” It’s the first time the museum has displayed a temporary work. “Boolean Valley” is the work of architect Nader Tehrani and ceramist Adam Silverman. The duo discusses the tricky process of melding their respective disciplines with dallasnews.com.
THEATER BITS: Kids brought up on Harry Potter got a taste of one of its inspirations in Dallas Children’s Theater’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. (dfw.com) … Casa Manana/Performing Arts Fort Worth and Lyric Stage have announced their 2010-11 seasons. (theaterjones.com) … Lawson Taitte isn’t thrilled by Eric Bogosian’s subUrbia, but he is intrigued by the cast Upstart Productions has assembled. (dallasnews.com)
A NEW ARTS SPACE: SMU is about to open a new space to display art. The Free Museum of Dallas will take up residence in School of Visual Arts Chairman Michael Corris’ office and focus on contemporary art. Glasstire.com has details on the space’s first exhibition, “Brick by Brick: Kristen Cochran and Peter Doig in Conversation.”