Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

The MAC’s Annual Membership Show opens August 6


August 6 – September 3

Annual MAC Membership Exhibition

The McKinney Ave. Contemporary presents MELTDOWN! (psychic, nuclear, emotional, cultural, technological or otherwise).  Opening Reception Saturday, August 6 5:30pm-7:30pm. http://www.the-mac.org/
 

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The MAC’s Annual Membership Show opens August 6


August 6 – September 3

Annual MAC Membership Exhibition

The McKinney Ave. Contemporary presents MELTDOWN! (psychic, nuclear, emotional, cultural, technological or otherwise).  Opening Reception Saturday, August 6 5:30pm-7:30pm. http://www.the-mac.org/
 

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A Creative Art STUDIO First Friday Denton Aug. 5

Join us for First Friday Denton on August 5th at A Creative Art STUDIO. We are located just off the historic square of Denton, Texas and will have music, art and refreshments. Grab a friend and come see the beautiful art at our Gallery and listen to the Sounds of Rachel Yeatts, singer/songwriter. Rachel will be performing from 7-9 pm. Meet some of our artists as they share their techniques while doing artist demonstrations and participate in ever so popular community art project. 
A Creative Art STUDIO
“Putting art in the heart of Denton”
227 W Oak, Suite 101
Denton, Texas 
940 442-1251 
http://www.acreativeartstudio.com
Date: August 5 Time: 7-9 pm

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A Creative Art STUDIO First Friday Denton Aug. 5

Join us for First Friday Denton on August 5th at A Creative Art STUDIO. We are located just off the historic square of Denton, Texas and will have music, art and refreshments. Grab a friend and come see the beautiful art at our Gallery and listen to the Sounds of Rachel Yeatts, singer/songwriter. Rachel will be performing from 7-9 pm. Meet some of our artists as they share their techniques while doing artist demonstrations and participate in ever so popular community art project. 
A Creative Art STUDIO
“Putting art in the heart of Denton”
227 W Oak, Suite 101
Denton, Texas 
940 442-1251 
http://www.acreativeartstudio.com
Date: August 5 Time: 7-9 pm

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August at Arlington Museum of Art

Points of View: Main Gallery

August 3- September 30, 2011

Coming in August to the Main Gallery at the Arlington Museum of Art : Points of View. Curated by Lee Bowman, this exhibition will  feature the work of 5 exceptional artists giving us a peak into  their own  unique perspective on the world. This exhibit will be featured at the AMA until  September 30th .  Don’t miss this show!  Reception Friday, August 12, 6:30 – 9:00 pm 

 Sonali Khatti- Mixed Media 

Sonali Khatti maintains a studio in Dallas, Texas and is an active painter and member of the in Richardson, Texas. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and holds a post graduate diploma in Asian Art from the University of London where she focused on the arts of India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

She has traveled extensively in Europe visiting Asian textile collections in museums, as well as visiting rural villages in the Kutch, India, production epicenter of handcrafted textiles in India. She did an apprenticeship at the Bhandani Workshop, where she studied traditional tie-dye techniques and an apprenticeship with Toofan Rafai, master of natural dyes where she learned the traditional arts of natural dyeing, painting and block printing.

See Sonali’s website at www.sonalikhatti.com

   Dan Darr – Acrylic

 Dan Darr is an artist from Arlington, Texas who works in a wide range of media, styles and techniques. His artwork has won major awards in juried shows, and his murals can be found in homes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Dan was born in Dallas, TX but grew up in Fort Worth, TX. He graduated first from Paschal High School in 1988, and then from Texas A&M University in 1993, with a degree in Environmental Design. He worked as an intern architect, and now teaches Art at Arlington’s Martin High School. For the most part, Dan paints, but a look around his studio will reveal works done in scratchboard, collage, fabric, even multimedia sculptures illuminated by Christmas lights. Dan’s style may range from very abstract to realistic, depending on what the piece calls for. His work also stretches from conceptual to literal. Within this variety, some subject matter and themes keep emerging-especially that of music.

 See Dan’s website at  www.DanDarr.com

 Starr Perry- Experimental Mixed Media Painting

Starr Perry is a full time artist and owner of Abstract Zebra, a Fort Worth design studio that experiments with intriguing mixed media combinations of heavy body acrylics and cutting edge software techniques to produce art works with dazzling color, texture and drama.

 See Starr’s website at www.abstractzebra.com

>  Douglas Winters III- Oils

Douglas Winters paints from his home studio located in Dallas, Texas. The main inspiration for his work comes from his passionate connection with nature. Born in Austin, Texas, Douglas was introduced at an early age to his two great loves, art and nature, by supportive family members. Douglas’ grandmother, an artist and professional art teacher, and Douglas’ uncle a renowned artist and teacher, currently living and teaching in China have been very influential in Douglas’ artistic development. Douglas’ father introduced him to the natural world as a child and throughout his life they have enjoyed time together in the great outdoors.

See Douglas’s website at www.douglaswintersonline.com

  David Maxwell- Watercolor  

 David Maxwell studied at TCU and at the University of North Texas where he received a degree in industrial arts and spent most of his working career in Texas and New Mexico. But it was not until his retirement that his life-long interest in art was directed to a serious focus on watercolor painting. Courses in painting at the University of Houston provided a foundation and led to study with several well-known watercolor artists over a period of years. He has received several awards in national juried competitions, most notably the Nell Storer Memorial Award from the American Watercolor Society in 2008.

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August at Arlington Museum of Art

Points of View: Main Gallery

August 3- September 30, 2011

Coming in August to the Main Gallery at the Arlington Museum of Art : Points of View. Curated by Lee Bowman, this exhibition will  feature the work of 5 exceptional artists giving us a peak into  their own  unique perspective on the world. This exhibit will be featured at the AMA until  September 30th .  Don’t miss this show!  Reception Friday, August 12, 6:30 – 9:00 pm 

 Sonali Khatti- Mixed Media 

Sonali Khatti maintains a studio in Dallas, Texas and is an active painter and member of the in Richardson, Texas. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and holds a post graduate diploma in Asian Art from the University of London where she focused on the arts of India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

She has traveled extensively in Europe visiting Asian textile collections in museums, as well as visiting rural villages in the Kutch, India, production epicenter of handcrafted textiles in India. She did an apprenticeship at the Bhandani Workshop, where she studied traditional tie-dye techniques and an apprenticeship with Toofan Rafai, master of natural dyes where she learned the traditional arts of natural dyeing, painting and block printing.

See Sonali’s website at www.sonalikhatti.com

   Dan Darr – Acrylic

 Dan Darr is an artist from Arlington, Texas who works in a wide range of media, styles and techniques. His artwork has won major awards in juried shows, and his murals can be found in homes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Dan was born in Dallas, TX but grew up in Fort Worth, TX. He graduated first from Paschal High School in 1988, and then from Texas A&M University in 1993, with a degree in Environmental Design. He worked as an intern architect, and now teaches Art at Arlington’s Martin High School. For the most part, Dan paints, but a look around his studio will reveal works done in scratchboard, collage, fabric, even multimedia sculptures illuminated by Christmas lights. Dan’s style may range from very abstract to realistic, depending on what the piece calls for. His work also stretches from conceptual to literal. Within this variety, some subject matter and themes keep emerging-especially that of music.

 See Dan’s website at  www.DanDarr.com

 Starr Perry- Experimental Mixed Media Painting

Starr Perry is a full time artist and owner of Abstract Zebra, a Fort Worth design studio that experiments with intriguing mixed media combinations of heavy body acrylics and cutting edge software techniques to produce art works with dazzling color, texture and drama.

 See Starr’s website at www.abstractzebra.com

>  Douglas Winters III- Oils

Douglas Winters paints from his home studio located in Dallas, Texas. The main inspiration for his work comes from his passionate connection with nature. Born in Austin, Texas, Douglas was introduced at an early age to his two great loves, art and nature, by supportive family members. Douglas’ grandmother, an artist and professional art teacher, and Douglas’ uncle a renowned artist and teacher, currently living and teaching in China have been very influential in Douglas’ artistic development. Douglas’ father introduced him to the natural world as a child and throughout his life they have enjoyed time together in the great outdoors.

See Douglas’s website at www.douglaswintersonline.com

  David Maxwell- Watercolor  

 David Maxwell studied at TCU and at the University of North Texas where he received a degree in industrial arts and spent most of his working career in Texas and New Mexico. But it was not until his retirement that his life-long interest in art was directed to a serious focus on watercolor painting. Courses in painting at the University of Houston provided a foundation and led to study with several well-known watercolor artists over a period of years. He has received several awards in national juried competitions, most notably the Nell Storer Memorial Award from the American Watercolor Society in 2008.

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Reception for ‘water’ and Lavinia Aug. 5 at thegallery8680

Frisco Gallery 8680 Art Exhibition, August 5, 2011

On the evening of August 5, 2011, Robyn Parker Feehan, founder and creative director of Frisco’s Gallery 8680 on Main Street, will host the Gallery’s 7th showing since it opened June 2009.  In honor of Texas in August, Ms. Feehan calls this showing, ‘water’. 

Opening festivities begin with a reception and hors d’oeuvres at 7:30 PM and meandering goes on until 9:30 PM. Additional daily showings are available through September 11th by appointment, Monday through Saturday from 11:30 AM — 3:30 PM.  Thirty artists will display works that feature photographic images, oils and acrylics and most of them will be on hand to mix and mingle with patrons.

As a special tribute to art created in Madagascar, thegallery8680 will hang several works of Lavinia a London artist excelling in the use of pastels to capture the vibrant colors of Madagascar’s tropical setting. Although she will not be here in person, Ms. Hobbs has graciously made her paintings available to us for this showing.

thegallery8680
@
 8680main street frisco,tx.75034
p 214-585-8175
e thegallery8680@gmail.com

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Reception for ‘water’ and Lavinia Aug. 5 at thegallery8680

Frisco Gallery 8680 Art Exhibition, August 5, 2011

On the evening of August 5, 2011, Robyn Parker Feehan, founder and creative director of Frisco’s Gallery 8680 on Main Street, will host the Gallery’s 7th showing since it opened June 2009.  In honor of Texas in August, Ms. Feehan calls this showing, ‘water’. 

Opening festivities begin with a reception and hors d’oeuvres at 7:30 PM and meandering goes on until 9:30 PM. Additional daily showings are available through September 11th by appointment, Monday through Saturday from 11:30 AM — 3:30 PM.  Thirty artists will display works that feature photographic images, oils and acrylics and most of them will be on hand to mix and mingle with patrons.

As a special tribute to art created in Madagascar, thegallery8680 will hang several works of Lavinia a London artist excelling in the use of pastels to capture the vibrant colors of Madagascar’s tropical setting. Although she will not be here in person, Ms. Hobbs has graciously made her paintings available to us for this showing.

thegallery8680
@
 8680main street frisco,tx.75034
p 214-585-8175
e thegallery8680@gmail.com

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What Would Andy Do? Exhibition

On August 6, 2011, 8:00pm, Luminarte Design Gallery, 1727 E.Levee St., Dallas, Tx 75207, is celebrating Andy Warhol’s 83rd Birthday by exhibiting national and international artists whose works reflect Warhol’s Pop Art sensibilities but from a fresh 21st Century perspective. This will be a multi-media exhibition featuring original art and art videos. www.luminarte.com. More information please contact Jim Lively at j.lively@sbcglobal.net

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What Would Andy Do? Exhibition

On August 6, 2011, 8:00pm, Luminarte Design Gallery, 1727 E.Levee St., Dallas, Tx 75207, is celebrating Andy Warhol’s 83rd Birthday by exhibiting national and international artists whose works reflect Warhol’s Pop Art sensibilities but from a fresh 21st Century perspective. This will be a multi-media exhibition featuring original art and art videos. www.luminarte.com. More information please contact Jim Lively at j.lively@sbcglobal.net

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Dallas Art Openings : July 27 – July 29

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.


Some Good Galleries! Enjoy!

“The West Texas and Big Bend Photo Project” by Terry Cockerman at the Belmont Hotel – July 27 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
https://www.google.com/calendar/render?eid=cXE1MmlodjUwMDY1amY1OTRjam00bzkzNHNfMjAxMTA3MjdUMjMwMDAwWiBiZWxtb250ZGFsbGFzQG0&ctz=America/Chicago&pli=1&gsessionid=s3fLHyvlFvCiYcfpq9W4Wg&sf=true&output=xml
901 Fort Worth Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75208


“A Video Of Ludwig Schwartz” at R02 Art Uptown in the West Village – July 28 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.the-mac.org/
3699 McKinney Ave. #310, Dallas, Tx 75204


“Wonder Years” by The Sour Grapes and Carlos Donjuan, Ricardo Oviedo, Artura Donjuan, Miguel Donjuan, Eddie Castro, Isaias Torres, and Emily Donjuan at the Rising Gallery – July 29 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://risinggallery.blogspot.com/
800 Jackson St, Dallas, TX 75202

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Dallas Art Openings : July 27 – July 29

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.


Some Good Galleries! Enjoy!

“The West Texas and Big Bend Photo Project” by Terry Cockerman at the Belmont Hotel – July 27 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
https://www.google.com/calendar/render?eid=cXE1MmlodjUwMDY1amY1OTRjam00bzkzNHNfMjAxMTA3MjdUMjMwMDAwWiBiZWxtb250ZGFsbGFzQG0&ctz=America/Chicago&pli=1&gsessionid=s3fLHyvlFvCiYcfpq9W4Wg&sf=true&output=xml
901 Fort Worth Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75208


“A Video Of Ludwig Schwartz” at R02 Art Uptown in the West Village – July 28 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.the-mac.org/
3699 McKinney Ave. #310, Dallas, Tx 75204


“Wonder Years” by The Sour Grapes and Carlos Donjuan, Ricardo Oviedo, Artura Donjuan, Miguel Donjuan, Eddie Castro, Isaias Torres, and Emily Donjuan at the Rising Gallery – July 29 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://risinggallery.blogspot.com/
800 Jackson St, Dallas, TX 75202

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VAL Fresh Ideas winners

The winners of the  Visual Art League of Lewisville Fresh Ideas Competition are as follows:

First Place

Artist: Jenny Hong DeLaughter Title: Monday Morning

Second Place

Artist: Reba Browning Title: Dancing Spirits

Third Place:

Artist: David Mask Title: Ascension

Honorable Mention 

Artist: Valerie J. Corwin Title: Reflection

Honorable Mention

Artist: Glenn Spelis Title: Triumph

This show will run through August 13th at the Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theatre, 100 North Charles St.  Hours are  1-5 P.M. Tuesday through Saturday. The exhibit is open to the public and there is no charge.

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VAL Fresh Ideas winners

The winners of the  Visual Art League of Lewisville Fresh Ideas Competition are as follows:

First Place

Artist: Jenny Hong DeLaughter Title: Monday Morning

Second Place

Artist: Reba Browning Title: Dancing Spirits

Third Place:

Artist: David Mask Title: Ascension

Honorable Mention 

Artist: Valerie J. Corwin Title: Reflection

Honorable Mention

Artist: Glenn Spelis Title: Triumph

This show will run through August 13th at the Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theatre, 100 North Charles St.  Hours are  1-5 P.M. Tuesday through Saturday. The exhibit is open to the public and there is no charge.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/val-fresh-ideas-winners/

“Abstract August” Keller Public Art Show

 

The month of August will feature the “Abstract” talents of Quincy Conwell, Mary Lou Osborne, Roy Vance, Lesli Marshall, Sandie Cole and Pamela Black. Come by and enjoy the exhibit at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, August 1 to 30. The exhibition is free and suitable for all ages. A “Meet the Artists” reception will be held on Thursday, August 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the lobby of Keller Town Hall. For information about the exhibit or the Keller Public Arts Program, contact the City Manager’s Office at 817-743-4000 or publicarts@cityofkeller.com
 

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“Abstract August” Keller Public Art Show

 

The month of August will feature the “Abstract” talents of Quincy Conwell, Mary Lou Osborne, Roy Vance, Lesli Marshall, Sandie Cole and Pamela Black. Come by and enjoy the exhibit at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, August 1 to 30. The exhibition is free and suitable for all ages. A “Meet the Artists” reception will be held on Thursday, August 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the lobby of Keller Town Hall. For information about the exhibit or the Keller Public Arts Program, contact the City Manager’s Office at 817-743-4000 or publicarts@cityofkeller.com
 

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The Architecture of Community July 28 & City Shaping Aug. 16

THE ARCHITECTURE OF COMMUNITY
Thursday, 1 to 5 pm
28 July 2011
Dallas Center for Architecture 
Presented by CNU North Texas in association with the Dallas Architecture Forum, USGBC, ULI and the DCFA
Registration is $75 at www.cnuntx.org 
How often do citizens, city officials, and other decision-makers find confusion instead of clarity when discussing urban design?  How can we attempt to help guide neighborhoods, towns, and cities and overcome the failures of the past, address current issues, and anticipate the needs of the future when we lack of a common language on urban design? Dhiru Thadani and Anne Ricker will each give prepared remarksfollowed by a panel discussion on creating a sense of community through the built environment.  

CITY SHAPING: A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE EMERGENCE OF URBAN DESIGN CENTERS
Tuesday, 6:30 to 8 pm
16  August  2011
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
Presented by the Dallas CityDesign Studio and the Dallas Architecture Forum 
No admission charge for this community outreach program 
Reservations requested, see information below
The CityDesign Center, in partnership with Dallas Architecture Forum and with the support of the Dallas Museum of Art, will present a moderated panel discussion on city shaping and the emergence of urban design studios. The panel will feature well known architects and urban designers Simon Pastucha of LA Urban Design Studio, Lyle Bicknell of Seattle CityDesign Studio, Brent Brown of Dallas CityDesign Studio,  and Larry Beasley, the Retired Director of Planning for Vancouver and Dallas CityDesign Special Advisor. 
Reservations are requested.  To reserve your place for this important event,
please Email Chalonda Jackson at chalonda.jackson@dallascityhall.com

DFW  ARCHITECTURE  CALENDAR 
“ARCHITECTURE FOR THE ARTS”  DFW  2012
ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAURA WILSON  
The Dallas Architecture Forum is pleased to announce its 2012 calendar that celebrates some of North Texas’ most architecturally significant cultural buildings.  “Architecture for the Arts” features twelve of Dallas and Fort Worth’s most important museums and performing arts buildings.  Renowned photographer Laura Wilson was commissioned to photograph these buildings for the calendar, producing what will become iconic images.

The calendar is published on archival quality paper suitable for framing.  Each month is presented on a separate sheet within the folio so that the twelve individual images can be framed, or maintained as a folio in your library with your cherished books of architecture and art.  North Texas is fortunate to have major cultural buildings designed by some of the world’s most outstanding architects of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that are presented in the calendar.  The featured buildings are: 

MODERN ART MUSEUM OF FORT WORTH  by Tadao Ando 
MORTON H. MEYERSON SYMPHONY CENTER by I. M. Pei 
DEE AND CHARLES WYLY THEATRE by Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Prince-Ramos FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY by Ricardo and Victor Legorreta 
KIMBELL ART MUSEUM by Louis I. Kahn
KALITA HUMPHREYS THEATER by Frank Lloyd Wright
DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART by Edward Larrabee Barnes with garden by Dan Kiley
NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER by Renzo Piano with garden by Peter Walker 
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS  with expansion by Brad Cloepfil 
AMON CARTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART by Philip Johnson
MARGOT AND BILL WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE  by Norman Foster 
PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE by Thom Mayne with landscape by Coy Talley 

This calendar will be the perfect holiday present for those on your gift list, and also will make an ideal gift to give to your clients. More information on purchasing the calendar will be provided in upcoming issues of @ the Forum.

FALL  2011 FORUM LECTURE SEASON  
The Dallas Architecture Forum will present outstanding speakers in our Fall 2011 Lecture Season.  Mark your calendar now for the following lectures.  Full information on these speakers, along with our Spring 2012 Lectures, our 2011-2012 Panel Season, Symposia and Special Events to be announced later this summer.   

STEPHEN EHRLICH 
21 September 2011
Presented in conjunction with the AIA Dallas Built Design Awards

THOMAS CAMPANELLA
29 September 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

PEI  ZHU 
6 October 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

WANG SHU 
13 October 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

QINGYUN  MA
20 October 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

JULIE SNOW 
16 November 2011 
Presented in conjunction with the KROB competition

The 21 September and 16 November lectures will be at the Horchow Auditorium of the DMA, and the four lectures in the Chinese Series will be held at the Magnolia Theatre, West Village.   Dallas Architecture Forum members receive free admission to all regular Forum lectures as a benefit of membership, and AIA members can earn one hour of CE credit for each lecture.  Please mark your calendar and plan to attend!

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK 
The Dallas Architecture Forum is now on Twitter and Facebook.  Be the first to learn of new events, or changes to and reminders about upcoming Lectures, Panels and other Forum activities. To follow us on Facebook visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dallas-Architecture-Forum/139899379388425?ref=ts.  For Twitter, our account is DallasArchForum. 

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The Architecture of Community July 28 & City Shaping Aug. 16

THE ARCHITECTURE OF COMMUNITY
Thursday, 1 to 5 pm
28 July 2011
Dallas Center for Architecture 
Presented by CNU North Texas in association with the Dallas Architecture Forum, USGBC, ULI and the DCFA
Registration is $75 at www.cnuntx.org 
How often do citizens, city officials, and other decision-makers find confusion instead of clarity when discussing urban design?  How can we attempt to help guide neighborhoods, towns, and cities and overcome the failures of the past, address current issues, and anticipate the needs of the future when we lack of a common language on urban design? Dhiru Thadani and Anne Ricker will each give prepared remarksfollowed by a panel discussion on creating a sense of community through the built environment.  

CITY SHAPING: A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE EMERGENCE OF URBAN DESIGN CENTERS
Tuesday, 6:30 to 8 pm
16  August  2011
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
Presented by the Dallas CityDesign Studio and the Dallas Architecture Forum 
No admission charge for this community outreach program 
Reservations requested, see information below
The CityDesign Center, in partnership with Dallas Architecture Forum and with the support of the Dallas Museum of Art, will present a moderated panel discussion on city shaping and the emergence of urban design studios. The panel will feature well known architects and urban designers Simon Pastucha of LA Urban Design Studio, Lyle Bicknell of Seattle CityDesign Studio, Brent Brown of Dallas CityDesign Studio,  and Larry Beasley, the Retired Director of Planning for Vancouver and Dallas CityDesign Special Advisor. 
Reservations are requested.  To reserve your place for this important event,
please Email Chalonda Jackson at chalonda.jackson@dallascityhall.com

DFW  ARCHITECTURE  CALENDAR 
“ARCHITECTURE FOR THE ARTS”  DFW  2012
ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAURA WILSON  
The Dallas Architecture Forum is pleased to announce its 2012 calendar that celebrates some of North Texas’ most architecturally significant cultural buildings.  “Architecture for the Arts” features twelve of Dallas and Fort Worth’s most important museums and performing arts buildings.  Renowned photographer Laura Wilson was commissioned to photograph these buildings for the calendar, producing what will become iconic images.

The calendar is published on archival quality paper suitable for framing.  Each month is presented on a separate sheet within the folio so that the twelve individual images can be framed, or maintained as a folio in your library with your cherished books of architecture and art.  North Texas is fortunate to have major cultural buildings designed by some of the world’s most outstanding architects of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that are presented in the calendar.  The featured buildings are: 

MODERN ART MUSEUM OF FORT WORTH  by Tadao Ando 
MORTON H. MEYERSON SYMPHONY CENTER by I. M. Pei 
DEE AND CHARLES WYLY THEATRE by Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Prince-Ramos FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY by Ricardo and Victor Legorreta 
KIMBELL ART MUSEUM by Louis I. Kahn
KALITA HUMPHREYS THEATER by Frank Lloyd Wright
DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART by Edward Larrabee Barnes with garden by Dan Kiley
NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER by Renzo Piano with garden by Peter Walker 
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS  with expansion by Brad Cloepfil 
AMON CARTER MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART by Philip Johnson
MARGOT AND BILL WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE  by Norman Foster 
PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE by Thom Mayne with landscape by Coy Talley 

This calendar will be the perfect holiday present for those on your gift list, and also will make an ideal gift to give to your clients. More information on purchasing the calendar will be provided in upcoming issues of @ the Forum.

FALL  2011 FORUM LECTURE SEASON  
The Dallas Architecture Forum will present outstanding speakers in our Fall 2011 Lecture Season.  Mark your calendar now for the following lectures.  Full information on these speakers, along with our Spring 2012 Lectures, our 2011-2012 Panel Season, Symposia and Special Events to be announced later this summer.   

STEPHEN EHRLICH 
21 September 2011
Presented in conjunction with the AIA Dallas Built Design Awards

THOMAS CAMPANELLA
29 September 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

PEI  ZHU 
6 October 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

WANG SHU 
13 October 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

QINGYUN  MA
20 October 2011
Lecture series on Chinese architecture

JULIE SNOW 
16 November 2011 
Presented in conjunction with the KROB competition

The 21 September and 16 November lectures will be at the Horchow Auditorium of the DMA, and the four lectures in the Chinese Series will be held at the Magnolia Theatre, West Village.   Dallas Architecture Forum members receive free admission to all regular Forum lectures as a benefit of membership, and AIA members can earn one hour of CE credit for each lecture.  Please mark your calendar and plan to attend!

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Lois Weber Film Festival July 24-30

Lois Weber Film Festival
Highlighting the spectrum of movies directed by women


July 24-30
Uptown Theater – 120 East Main Street

Films directed by women will fill Grand Prairie’s historic Uptown Theater during the Lois Weber Film Festival. The festival will also examine the role of female directors in the past and present. Guest speakers and special events will highlight each day.

Students from the Grand Prairie Arts Council’s Summer in the Arts Program will also be involved through a film residency, art camp and music camp. Sponsored in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Screenings will include short films and feature-length motion pictures:
“Eleanor’s Catch” – Cleo Madison’s 1916 silent short 
“The Blot” – Lois Weber’s 1921 feature film
“Sisters of ’77” – Cynthia Salzman Mondell’s documentary about the first National Women’s Conference in Houston
“The Dixie Chicks: Shut Up And Sing” directed by Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck
“Twilight” directed by Catherine Hardwicke
“The Hurt Locker” directed by Kathryn Bigelow and the 2010 Oscar Best Picture winner
“Winters’ Bone” directed by Debra Granik, a 2011 Academy Awards Best Picture nominee
“The Kids Are All Right” directed by Lisa Cholodenko, a 2011 Academy Awards Best Picture nominee 

Click here for complete schedule of movies, guest speakers & events

Tickets:
1-day ticket – $6 / Full-week festival ticket package – $36
Price includes $1 Uptown Theater Restoration Fee 

Discounts:
Purchase at the box office & show your Grand Prairie library card
$2 off a one-day ticket / $16 off a festival ticket package
Library cards are available at each Grand Prairie Library, and free to residents & non-residents

BUY ONLINE NOW

by phone – 
972-237-8786 / at the door each day – Uptown Theater Box Office

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Lois Weber Film Festival July 24-30

Lois Weber Film Festival
Highlighting the spectrum of movies directed by women


July 24-30
Uptown Theater – 120 East Main Street

Films directed by women will fill Grand Prairie’s historic Uptown Theater during the Lois Weber Film Festival. The festival will also examine the role of female directors in the past and present. Guest speakers and special events will highlight each day.

Students from the Grand Prairie Arts Council’s Summer in the Arts Program will also be involved through a film residency, art camp and music camp. Sponsored in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Screenings will include short films and feature-length motion pictures:
“Eleanor’s Catch” – Cleo Madison’s 1916 silent short 
“The Blot” – Lois Weber’s 1921 feature film
“Sisters of ’77” – Cynthia Salzman Mondell’s documentary about the first National Women’s Conference in Houston
“The Dixie Chicks: Shut Up And Sing” directed by Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck
“Twilight” directed by Catherine Hardwicke
“The Hurt Locker” directed by Kathryn Bigelow and the 2010 Oscar Best Picture winner
“Winters’ Bone” directed by Debra Granik, a 2011 Academy Awards Best Picture nominee
“The Kids Are All Right” directed by Lisa Cholodenko, a 2011 Academy Awards Best Picture nominee 

Click here for complete schedule of movies, guest speakers & events

Tickets:
1-day ticket – $6 / Full-week festival ticket package – $36
Price includes $1 Uptown Theater Restoration Fee 

Discounts:
Purchase at the box office & show your Grand Prairie library card
$2 off a one-day ticket / $16 off a festival ticket package
Library cards are available at each Grand Prairie Library, and free to residents & non-residents

BUY ONLINE NOW

by phone – 
972-237-8786 / at the door each day – Uptown Theater Box Office

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Art After 5 at Martin Lawrence Gallery July 27

Join Art After 5 at the martin Lawrence Gallery located in Saks Fifth Ave at the Galleria Mall.

They will have a great sampling of their diverse collection – from Rembrandt to Warhol and beyond… 

$5.00 donation requested (cash or check please)

For more info about Martin Lawrence Gallery please browse www.martinlawrence.com 
You can also find more info about this gallery athttp://artandseek.org. Click on Arts Groups (on the right) & then by name. 

For more info. about Art After 5 please browse www.artafter5.com .

Art After 5 is a non profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to raise funds & awareness for art education & art programs in the Dallas metroplex area. The 2010-2011 beneficiaries are: Dallas Contemporary, La Reunion Dallas & Dallas Summer Musicals

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Art After 5 at Martin Lawrence Gallery July 27

Join Art After 5 at the martin Lawrence Gallery located in Saks Fifth Ave at the Galleria Mall.

They will have a great sampling of their diverse collection – from Rembrandt to Warhol and beyond… 

$5.00 donation requested (cash or check please)

For more info about Martin Lawrence Gallery please browse www.martinlawrence.com 
You can also find more info about this gallery athttp://artandseek.org. Click on Arts Groups (on the right) & then by name. 

For more info. about Art After 5 please browse www.artafter5.com .

Art After 5 is a non profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to raise funds & awareness for art education & art programs in the Dallas metroplex area. The 2010-2011 beneficiaries are: Dallas Contemporary, La Reunion Dallas & Dallas Summer Musicals

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New sculpture in Mesquite

http://www.cityofmesquite.com/artsweb/

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New sculpture in Mesquite

http://www.cityofmesquite.com/artsweb/

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FREE for ALL Giveaway July 24 – ALL THINGS DRAW AND PAINT

Sunday, July 24, 2011 *Noon-5p FREE 4 ALL Giveaway* ALL THINGS DRAW AND PAINT
Surplus and gently used …oil, acrylic, watercolor, tempera, latex, primer, brushes, rollers, palettes, charcoal, chalk, pastels, pencils, ink pens and more …FREE! Found Objects Studio, Continental Gin Bldg., 3309 Elm Street #2W5, Dallas TX 75226. Call message center upon arrival (214-839-7689) for admission to the bldg. VET will escort you to the studio. Also visit artcycletx.blogsport.com

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FREE for ALL Giveaway July 24 – ALL THINGS DRAW AND PAINT

Sunday, July 24, 2011 *Noon-5p FREE 4 ALL Giveaway* ALL THINGS DRAW AND PAINT
Surplus and gently used …oil, acrylic, watercolor, tempera, latex, primer, brushes, rollers, palettes, charcoal, chalk, pastels, pencils, ink pens and more …FREE! Found Objects Studio, Continental Gin Bldg., 3309 Elm Street #2W5, Dallas TX 75226. Call message center upon arrival (214-839-7689) for admission to the bldg. VET will escort you to the studio. Also visit artcycletx.blogsport.com

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Siggers opening July 30 at Oliver Francis Gallery

Alan Siggers announcesa show/Installation called “The Object of my Construction” at the Oliver Francis Gallery, 209 Peak St. Dallas. Opening on Friday July 30th 6:00 – 9:00 runs for 2 weeks. 

http://oliverfrancisgallery.com/  Facebook page

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Siggers opening July 30 at Oliver Francis Gallery

Alan Siggers announcesa show/Installation called “The Object of my Construction” at the Oliver Francis Gallery, 209 Peak St. Dallas. Opening on Friday July 30th 6:00 – 9:00 runs for 2 weeks. 

http://oliverfrancisgallery.com/  Facebook page

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SYNCLINES opening reception July 23

Ro2 Art is proud to present SYNCLINES – work by Cabe Booth, Robb Conover, and Kevin Obregon. The opening reception will take place Saturday, July 23 from 7 to 10pm, and will run through August 13, 2011. The exhibition will take place at Ro2 Art’s Downtown space, located at 110 N. Akard Street, between Main and Elm, on the ground floor of the historic Kirby Building.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Cabe Booth is a Dallas based artist specializing in oil, acrylic, graphite and water media. Booth is interested in how to approach and create the constructed and distressed surfaces he uses as a mixed media sculptural canvas for his paintings. Subject matter includes portraiture, aviation history and concepts of man’s imitation of nature. Cabe is most well known for his band portraits, which he started in 1998 at legendary Deep Ellum venue, Curtain Club.

Robb Conover is a Pop artist, working with bold colors and a unique brushstroke to create memorable works of art, often playing homage to American pop icons, having participated in a student internship with Roy Lichtenstein and working alongside Keith Haring, while attending Pratt Institute in New York. About his work, Conover says, “There’s a method to the madness, a calculated plan to arrange expression and soul into all forms that end up on my canvas. I don’t believe in accidental meetings, especially in art.”

Fifth-generation Texan, Kevin Obregon is a Dallas-based site-specific sculptor, painter, writer, muralist, percussionist and artist’s advocate. About his drawings, Obregon muses, “my drawings are complex re-arrangements of (sheet) music, as it cycles from my damaged ears into the auditory cortex of the brain and manifesting, moment by moment, on the visual plane. In deference to my hearing loss, I find myself attracted to the tactile feel of rhythm, melody and pattern – especially low frequencies, because though I may be unable to “hear” them, my brand of hearing has given me the ability to read body language acutely well. The quick lines are short, repetitive bursts and the long lines can either be melody or the space between them their notes.”

About Ro2 Art

Mother-and-son partners Susan Roth Romans and Jordan Roth operate Ro2 Art, a full-service gallery and consultancy with spaces in the Uptown and Downtown areas of Dallas, working with a diverse group of contemporary artists, most with ties to the North Texas Region. At present, Ro2 focuses on the exhibition and sale of work in all visual media, through a fine art gallery space in the West Village of Uptown Dallas, and a progressive, intimate gallery in the historic Kirby Building in Downtown Dallas.

All works will be on view July 23 through August 13, 2011. Please join us for the opening reception Saturday, July 23 from 7 to 10pm at Ro2 Art Downtown, located at 110 N. Akard Street, between Main and Elm. For more information, visitwww.Ro2art.com or call Jordan Roth at (214) 803-9575.

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SYNCLINES opening reception July 23

Ro2 Art is proud to present SYNCLINES – work by Cabe Booth, Robb Conover, and Kevin Obregon. The opening reception will take place Saturday, July 23 from 7 to 10pm, and will run through August 13, 2011. The exhibition will take place at Ro2 Art’s Downtown space, located at 110 N. Akard Street, between Main and Elm, on the ground floor of the historic Kirby Building.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Cabe Booth is a Dallas based artist specializing in oil, acrylic, graphite and water media. Booth is interested in how to approach and create the constructed and distressed surfaces he uses as a mixed media sculptural canvas for his paintings. Subject matter includes portraiture, aviation history and concepts of man’s imitation of nature. Cabe is most well known for his band portraits, which he started in 1998 at legendary Deep Ellum venue, Curtain Club.

Robb Conover is a Pop artist, working with bold colors and a unique brushstroke to create memorable works of art, often playing homage to American pop icons, having participated in a student internship with Roy Lichtenstein and working alongside Keith Haring, while attending Pratt Institute in New York. About his work, Conover says, “There’s a method to the madness, a calculated plan to arrange expression and soul into all forms that end up on my canvas. I don’t believe in accidental meetings, especially in art.”

Fifth-generation Texan, Kevin Obregon is a Dallas-based site-specific sculptor, painter, writer, muralist, percussionist and artist’s advocate. About his drawings, Obregon muses, “my drawings are complex re-arrangements of (sheet) music, as it cycles from my damaged ears into the auditory cortex of the brain and manifesting, moment by moment, on the visual plane. In deference to my hearing loss, I find myself attracted to the tactile feel of rhythm, melody and pattern – especially low frequencies, because though I may be unable to “hear” them, my brand of hearing has given me the ability to read body language acutely well. The quick lines are short, repetitive bursts and the long lines can either be melody or the space between them their notes.”

About Ro2 Art

Mother-and-son partners Susan Roth Romans and Jordan Roth operate Ro2 Art, a full-service gallery and consultancy with spaces in the Uptown and Downtown areas of Dallas, working with a diverse group of contemporary artists, most with ties to the North Texas Region. At present, Ro2 focuses on the exhibition and sale of work in all visual media, through a fine art gallery space in the West Village of Uptown Dallas, and a progressive, intimate gallery in the historic Kirby Building in Downtown Dallas.

All works will be on view July 23 through August 13, 2011. Please join us for the opening reception Saturday, July 23 from 7 to 10pm at Ro2 Art Downtown, located at 110 N. Akard Street, between Main and Elm. For more information, visitwww.Ro2art.com or call Jordan Roth at (214) 803-9575.

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Dallas Art Openings : July 20 – July 23‏

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.

Some Good Galleries! Enjoy!

“Invitational Student Art Show” at the Arts Gallery of Collin College – Spring Creek Campus – July 20 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.collin.edu/theartsgallery/1_Calendar/2011/07_ISAS/index.htm
2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074


“Love, Light & The Cosmos” by Tanner Lawley at E Gallery Studios – July 22 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://lawleyart.com/
1330 Motor Circle, Dallas, Tx 75207


“SUMMER SERIES 11″ by Pierre Durand, Brenda McKinney, Bob Nunn, and Krystal Read at Haley-Henman Gallery – July 23 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.haleyhenman.com/events.html
2335 Hardwick Street, Dallas, Tx 75208

 

“SYNCLINES” by Cabe Booth, Robb Conover, and Kevin Obregon at Ro2 Art Downtown – July 23 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.ro2art.com/synclines—presspage.html
110 N. Akard Street, Dallas, Tx 75201


“Fractal Logic Artists” by Hatziel Flores, Minji Watrous, Corey Godfrey, Richard Ross, Lisa Lindholm, Aralyn McGregor, and George Fowler at Kettle Art – July 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.kettleart.com/exhibitions.html
2714 Elm Street, Dallas, Tx 75226 

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Dallas Art Openings : July 20 – July 23‏

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.

Some Good Galleries! Enjoy!

“Invitational Student Art Show” at the Arts Gallery of Collin College – Spring Creek Campus – July 20 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.collin.edu/theartsgallery/1_Calendar/2011/07_ISAS/index.htm
2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074


“Love, Light & The Cosmos” by Tanner Lawley at E Gallery Studios – July 22 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://lawleyart.com/
1330 Motor Circle, Dallas, Tx 75207


“SUMMER SERIES 11″ by Pierre Durand, Brenda McKinney, Bob Nunn, and Krystal Read at Haley-Henman Gallery – July 23 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.haleyhenman.com/events.html
2335 Hardwick Street, Dallas, Tx 75208

 

“SYNCLINES” by Cabe Booth, Robb Conover, and Kevin Obregon at Ro2 Art Downtown – July 23 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.ro2art.com/synclines—presspage.html
110 N. Akard Street, Dallas, Tx 75201


“Fractal Logic Artists” by Hatziel Flores, Minji Watrous, Corey Godfrey, Richard Ross, Lisa Lindholm, Aralyn McGregor, and George Fowler at Kettle Art – July 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.kettleart.com/exhibitions.html
2714 Elm Street, Dallas, Tx 75226 

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Andrea L. Davis opens July 30 at Marshall-McPhail Gallery

Flights of Fancy”      

Presented by Marshall Motors   

Marshall-McPhail Gallery presents an Artist Reception and Show for  

Andrea L. Davis on Saturday, July 30 from 2 PM until 7 PM

Andrea L. Davis was born in Ohio and, as a military spouse, has lived and traveled all over the world, spending nearly seven years in Southeast Asia. Having recently settled in the Dallas, Texas area, she is an emerging artist who explores an eclectic education in the fields of sugar art, various fiber arts, folk art painting, Asian paper arts and both metal and paper sculpture.

She is the newly elected President of the Plano Art Association, and a member of both the Texas Sculpture Association and the Texas Visual Arts Association.

Gallery Location:
Marshall Motors
11450 Sprowles Street
Dallas, TX 75229


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Andrea L. Davis opens July 30 at Marshall-McPhail Gallery

Flights of Fancy”      

Presented by Marshall Motors   

Marshall-McPhail Gallery presents an Artist Reception and Show for  

Andrea L. Davis on Saturday, July 30 from 2 PM until 7 PM

Andrea L. Davis was born in Ohio and, as a military spouse, has lived and traveled all over the world, spending nearly seven years in Southeast Asia. Having recently settled in the Dallas, Texas area, she is an emerging artist who explores an eclectic education in the fields of sugar art, various fiber arts, folk art painting, Asian paper arts and both metal and paper sculpture.

She is the newly elected President of the Plano Art Association, and a member of both the Texas Sculpture Association and the Texas Visual Arts Association.

Gallery Location:
Marshall Motors
11450 Sprowles Street
Dallas, TX 75229


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Latino Arts Festival call for artists

Invitation to Artists: LATINO ARTS FESTIVAL JURIED EXHIBIT OF VISUAL ARTS
WHEN:    Sept. 19, 2011 TO Oct. 14, 2011
SPONSORED BY:   LULAC (League of Latin American Citizens 4535 Killeen Foundation
WHERE:   Killeen Conference and Civic Center
THEME:    Celebrating the NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
For further information and registration: LANDANA18@GMAIL.COM RVILLARONGA@CLEARWIRE.NET
 This event is partially funded by the City of Killeen’s hotel taxes

Deadline August 20, 2011.  Entries will be accepted up to Sept. 17, but will not participate in the catalog. For more info go to LatinoArtFest@gmail.com

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