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Arts News You Can Use: First Woman CEO at DSO, Holiday Movies & More

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  • Every Thursday since 2016, Art&Seek has explored the personal journeys of a unique North Texas creative, and an amazing archive of our local artistic community has formed since then. Join the Art&Seek team in giving thanks to all of the artists who have participated and let us into their studios, performance spaces, homes, and given our listeners a peek into their creative world.
Kim Noltemy, new CEO of the DSO. Photo: Michael Blanchard

Kim Noltemy, new CEO of the DSO.
Photo: Michael Blanchard

 

  • The Dallas Symphony Orchestra named Kim Noltemy as their new president and CEO. She’ll be the first woman in that position. In this week’s State of the Arts discussion, Art&Seek’s Jerome Weeks speaks with Noltemy about her hopes and ambitions for the future of the Dallas Symphony.

  • After a week at home surrounded by family, you’re probably ready to get out and get lost in an amazing story. Well, you’re in luck. “The Big Screen” team has prepared a preview of the best films coming out this holiday season. Click here to hear about which films have made the cut.

What Else You’ve Got To Know

Tanju Tuzer in ‘The Corsaire’ with the Harkness Ballet, 1974. Photo: Tuzer Ballet

Tanju Tuzer in ‘The Corsaire’ with the Harkness Ballet, 1974. Photo: Tuzer Ballet

What We’re Reading

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What We’re Listening To

Gray Zeitz at his 1915 Chandler & Price printing press. Photo: Noah Adams/NPR

Gray Zeitz at his 1915 Chandler & Price printing press.
Photo: Noah Adams/NPR

When Making Books Was As Much Of An Art As Writing Them (NPR)

What We’re Looking At

A dive into the psyche of Charles Manson (Star-Telegram)

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