In Dallas, city officials are putting together the budget for the new fiscal year. And one budget proposal has some in the arts community raising eyebrows. It’s a proposal to pay one-point-five million dollars a year for the next ten years to help the AT&T Performing Arts Center pay down its debt. Many small arts organizations and cultural groups oppose this plan and they rallied against it over the weekend. Art&Seek’s Hady Mawajdeh attended the rally and reports. Visit Art&Seek for more information on this rally and to view a video shot live at the event.