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Bonnie Pitman interview: outgoing DMA director spews fluff, may return to making art

Dallas Art News’ Michael Roman snatched 15-20 minutes to interview outgoing DMA director Bonnie Pitman on her successes, failures and the future of the museum in the 21st century. Relentlessly¬† positive, Pitman crams pages of text into the brief interview, but fails to drop many startling insights, except to hints that she may return to practicing art, which she studied in college.

also by Bill Davenport
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