Dance events in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex are aggregated through "Go See DFW," compiled by the Dallas Morning News (if you get a subscription login, try another browser); also, public TV/radio station KERA presents its own "Art and Seek" calendar, though it no longer has a "dance" filter (try putting dance in the search box).
The North Texas Dance Council 's "Find Dance / Area Performances" link also lists event information, though upcoming events are only current for one month at a time. NTDC's Dance! North Texas quarterly publication also gives brief listings of events. Dance!... is found on the Council's website (current issue) and past issues are archived.
There are three major tools for finding material for your research projects. Here's a quick summary of those tools. See the FrogScholar & catalog tabs above for more.
|FrogScholar is a flexible, Google-like search tool available from the search box at library.tcu.edu, accessing everything that the catalog does, PLUS|
|most of TCU's databases, connecting you to books, journal and newspaper articles, videos and more. < use FrogScholar Dance search >|
|The TCU Library catalog is a precision tool for obtaining information on books, DVDs, journals and more, with direct access to some online|
|materials like ebooks and streaming videos. The catalog does NOT find articles within journals. The catalog is available from the library home page or library.tcu.edu/catalog.|
|Databases are specialized collections of online materials such as journal articles, book chapters, images/music/videos, maps, reports, statistics|
|and much more. Each database vendor (for example, Alexander Street Press) has its own search interface. Find the databases page from the purple tabs at library.tcu.edu. For the Dance community, there's a .|