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In conjunction with her exhibition, Through Darkness to Light: Seeking Freedom on the Underground Railroad, artist Jeanine Michna-Bales will give an insightful talk about her extensive and extraordinary project.
Gallery talk is Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 2 PM. Event is free and open to the public.
PDNB Gallery, 154 Glass St #104, Dallas, TX 75207, USA
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Dallas Center for Photography is honored to host renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi for his lecture New Frontiers of Visual Storytelling: It’s All Personal. He’ll share work from personal projects and major commissions, talk about the importance of social media and Instagram, the photo essay and advocacy work. The talk will be richly illustrated with a combination of stills, short videos and smartphone work. He will also be available for a book signing after the lecture.
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. Ed has done 17 features for National Geographic since 1991 including landing 4 covers of the domestic edition and numerous covers of the foreign language editions. Some of the titles include “The Struggle of the Kurds”, “The War for Nigeria”, “Marseille’s Melting Pot” and “The Danube: Europe’s River of Harmony and Discord”. He also teaches workshops around the world for the magazine.
Date: Saturday, February 4 from 2-4pm
Venue: Dallas Center for Photography 4756 Algiers St, Dallas 75207. 214-630-4909
Tickets available here: https://www.dallascenterforphotography.com/classes-and-workshops/visual-storytelling-ed-kashi-lecture/
Photo credit for the attached photo goes to Ed Kashi.
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The print-on-demand revolution has opened up new publishing possibilities for artists; it has never been easier or more affordable to produce and market a book of your work. Digital printing enables creation of a publication or catalogue for a specific audience. A traditionally published photo book with an accompanying “Limited Edition” collectible print has growing market appeal. The traditional publishing path has the advantage of a highly specialized team that brings experience with design, production, marketing and distribution systems to the table. In a self-publishing scenario you can create exactly the book you envision, but without the input and expertise of seasoned professionals at a publishing house. Which approach is best for you?
In this informative and richly illustrated presentation, Mary Virginia Swanson will demystify the process of making a photo book from the perspectives of both traditional trade and self-publishing paths, helping participants determine the pros/cons of each. She will lend advice on marketing your book at its release and beyond, stressing the importance of a web and social media presence, as well as the value of public presentations and print exhibitions to extend the life of your title in print. Swanson will share resources from her recent title with co-author Darius Himes, Publish Your Photography Book (Princeton Architectural Press, Revised and updated 2015).
Book signing to follow this event.
When: Friday, November 11, 2016 at 7pm
Where: AT&T Performing Arts Center
Presented in association with Texas Photographic Society
More information and tickets: http://dallascenterforphotography.com/classes-and-workshops/dcp-speaker-series/
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“Body Poems in Suspended Space” by Liz Trosper is now on exhibit at CentralTrak.
800 Exposition, Dallas TX 75226 (214) 824-9302
hypocrisy and limiting views.”
This exhibition asks “Did the Modernist movement really exalt the body to the point that there is tension between machine and the human hand? And can the pairing of painting and the machine be successful or does technology automatically negate the body?”
Join us at CentralTrak on Thursday April 28th at 7pm for a talk by curator, collaborator, and organizer Sofia Bastdidas
Bastidas is interested in engaging in a catalyzing debate about the role of contemporary art and questions of urbanism, public and environmental policy, and the seemingly inescapable systemic conflict that shapes urban development in the United States in relationship to the Global South.
You can read more about the talk here (link)
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MONDAY, APRIL 4 TO SATURDAY, APRIL 9 AT P.R.I.N.T PRESS
CORE TALK WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6 FROM 1:00 – 1:50 PM IN SAGE 116
THURSDAY, APRIL 7 FROM 4:00 – 6:00 PM AT P.R.I.N.T PRESS
- Linda Ridgway and Katherine Brimberry will collaborate on large-scale hand-pulled prints during their time at P.R.I.N.T Press.
Trained as a printmaker, Linda Ridgway creates bronze wall reliefs that convey autobiographical and cultural imagery. Ridgway’s work spans the themes of femininity, tradition, and heritage while establishing their own permanence through the age-old medium of bronze. She holds an MFA from Tulane University and a BFA from Louisville School of Art.
Katherine Brimberry is Owner, Director, and Senior Master Printer of Flatbed Press in Austin, Texas. Co-founded with Mark L. Smith in 1989 with the mission to collaborate and produce limited editions with artists, Flatbed Press grew to include exhibitions and technical workshops. In 2012, Brimberry became sole owner and director of Flatbed Press and Galleries.
This collaboration is made possible by private donors and UNT Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Funds, Art Education / Art History, Department of Studio, Core Design, and P.R.I.N.T Press
College of Visual Arts and Design
University of North Texas, Denton, TX
For more information: 940.369.8354 | email@example.com | print.unt.edu
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The Bath House Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs. The center is dedicated to fostering the growth, development and quality of multi-cultural arts within the City of Dallas. The center emphasizes innovating visual and performing arts as well as other multi-discipline events throughout the year. Funding for the Bath House Cultural Center is provided by the City of Dallas, with additional support from the Texas Commission on the Arts.
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“Black, White and Wine”
February 27, 2016 – March 26, 2016
Opening Reception Saturday February 27th, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
LuminArte Fine Art Gallery is proud to present the works of three diverse artists, Jim Lively, Kay Dalton and Sarah Martin. From incorporating wine into paintings to using a blow torch to enhance works of art, these talented and innovative artists run the gamut of creativity and in the words of Frank Zappa “a deviation from the norm”.
To add a hint of additional diversity during the exhibition, LuminArte Fine Art Gallery is hosting a lecture and book signing by Bob Lively of his new novel, “The Thin Place” on Saturday, March 19th, from 7 to 10pm.
Address: 1727 E Levee St, Dallas, TX 75207
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Art and Thought
Please join the Texas Jewish Arts Association for the first evening of Art and Thought, a series that will explore the connection between culture and cuisine.
Thursday, October 29
5:30 to 7:00 pm
Hors d’oeurves and Kosher Style German & Israeli wines and will be served.
Please Reply and Pay by October 26
For this inaugural event, Art Historian Nancy Cohen Israel will speak about Bauhaus architecture, and Lin Sellman, Senior Wine Manager at Goody Goody Liquor, will discuss the German and Israeli wines that he has paired with the evening’s hors d’oeuvres.
Lin has traveled the world sampling wines at their sources and has an encyclopedic knowledge of wines.
Israel will discuss Bauhaus architecture in Germany and its eventual transplanting to Tel Aviv, where, in 2003, the White City earned UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
Thursday, October 29
5:30 to 7:00 pm
2514 Converse St.
Dallas, TX 75207
$20 per person for TJAA Members and their families
$25 per person for non-TJAA Members
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Chirality: Defiant Mirror Images
Curated by Charissa N. Terranova
October 24-December 12, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 24, 6-9pm
Panel discussion with artists and curator –
Thursday, October 29, 7 pm
113 N. Haskell Ave.
Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 824-7108 phone
Gallery hours: Saturdays / 1-4pm (except Nov. 28) and by appointment.
Artists – Ellen Levy, Jeff Gibbons, Luke Harnden, Trent Straughan, Alan and Michael Fleming, and Steve Oscherwitz.
Art meets science in Chirality: Defiant Mirror Images. This exhibition plays out the unique agency of chiral forms – their asymmetrical symmetry, how they look alike and act differently, and their ability to spin light out into space (or optical activity) – when introduced to the realm of art. Invoking “agency” in terms of the dynamics of chiral form, the exhibition sets in relief new models of form-making, individuation, and social action.
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Welcome Susan Goethel-Campbell to P.R.I.N.T Press, and become a member of our subscription program!
Susan Goethel Campbell
and 2nd Annual Subscription
Susan Goethel Campbell will participate in P.R.I.N.T’s Second Annual Printmaker Subscription program, which supports residencies for printmakers to produce a limited edition. Click here to download a pdf about the program, and sign up online.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 AT P.R.I.N.T PRESS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 FROM 5:00 – 7:00 PM IN THE UNT ART GALLERY
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 AT 6:00 PM IN THE UNT ART GALLERY
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 FROM 3:00 – 4:00 P.M. AT LIFEA106
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 FROM 4:00 – 6:00 PM AT P.R.I.N.T PRESS
Susan Goethel Campbell creates multi-disciplinary work that considers the contemporary landscape to be an emergent system, where nature, culture and the engineered environment are indistinguishable from one another. Her work is realized in several formats, including installation, video, prints and drawings, as well as projects that engage communities to look at local and global environments. Campbell earned an MFA in printmaking from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad, including The Drawing Center and The International Print Center in New York. Campbell has been awarded printmaking residencies at the Flemish Center for Graphic Arts in Kasterlee, Belgium and the Beisinghoff printmaking residency near Kassel Germany.
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Artists in Heat is the beginning of our “New Year”, and the beginning of our annual membership campaign.
This year we will welcome international artist Laura Donefer as our featured artist. She will hold a lecture at the Kimbell Musuem’s Piano Pavilion Auditorium from 2p-4p. Followed by a reception at The Lilipad from 5p-8p. On Saturday Laura will be demoing from 12p-5p.
All events are free to attend but we do ask that you RSVP for both the lecture and reception. Click HERE for registration.
For more information about the event Click HERE
SiNaCa Studios offers a variety of ever evolving hot and warm glass programs.
We offer short term classes ranging from 20 minutes to 3 hours in our hot shop(glass blowing studio), kiln forming studio and flame working studio. If you want a more indepth learning opportunity we have 6 week extended programs in the hot shop, and 3 week extended programs in kiln forming that give you a greater understanding of the different ways to manipulate glass. More specific details for our classes can be found on our website by clicking HERE
These are some of our upcoming intensive workshops.
Tony Serviente – Kilnucopia – October 12-16
For information and registration click HERE
Gail Stoufer – Sculptural Glass with Imagery
October 30 – November 1
For information and registration click HERE
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TITIAN, VENICE AND THE RENAISSANCE NUDE
Friday, July 10
6 PM, Pavilion Auditorium
Free. No reservations needed.
Frederick Ilchman, chair, art of Europe, and Mrs. Russell W. Baker Curator of Paintings,
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
This talk explores the revival of ancient Greek and Roman female nudes by Italian Renaissance artists who transformed the genre and infused sensuality into 16th-century Venetian oil paintings.
Titian, Venus Rising from the Sea, c.1520, oil on canvas. National Galleries of Scotland
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A New Deal for the Nursery Lecture with Leonard Marcus Irving Arts Center June 13 @ 1 p.m.
“A New Deal for the Nursery: Golden Books and the Democratization of American Children’s Book Publishing” In the 1940s, Golden Books revolutionized American family life by making quality children’s books widely available at affordable prices for the first time ever. In this lively illustrated presentation, renowned historian Leonard Marcus tells the behind-the-scenes tale of the visionary enterprise that brought together top-flight artists, authors, educators, and marketing wizards to make Golden Books a beloved American icon and household brand. Lecture to be followed by a FREE Family Funday Event from 2–4 p.m. Flyer: Leonard Marcus lecture
The exhibition, “Golden Legacy: Original Art from 65 Years of Golden Books,” organized by the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature, is on view at the Irving Arts Center through June 21. For more information call 972.252.7558 or visit our website at www.IrvingArtsCenter.com
Leonard Marcus is one of the world’s leading writers about children’s books and the people who create them. His award-winning books include Golden Legacy: How Golden Books Won Children’s Hearts, Changed Publishing Forever, and Became an American Icon Along the Way; The Annotated Phantom Tollbooth and Randolph Caldecott: The Man Who Could Not Stop Drawing. Leonard curated The New York Public Library’s critically acclaimed recent exhibition, The ABC Of It: Why Children’s Books Matter and speaks about his work throughout the world, most recently in China. He teaches at New York University and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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GALLERY TALK – JOIN US!
Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 2 PM
PDNB Gallery invites you to a special afternoon event in conjunction with PDNB’s exhibition of photographs by Earlie Hudnall, Jr.
Retired Chief Curator at the African American Museum of Dallas, Phillip Collins, will join Earlie Hudnall, Jr. in a conversation about Earlie’s career in photography.
PDNB Gallery, 1202 Dragon Street, Ste. 103, Dallas, Texas 75207.
PDNB Gallery, 1202 Dragon Street, Ste. 103, Dallas, Texas 75207.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11 AM – 6 PM
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TCU School of Art Presents:
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FACC to Host Art Collecting Lecture April 11th
in Collaboration with the Dallas Art Fair
DALLAS – March 31, 2014 – Open the door to the complex and amazing world of art with qualified art professionals! The French-American Chamber of Commerce Dallas/Fort Worth in partnership with the Alliance Française de Dallas and OPUS will host “An Introduction and Path to Contemporary Art Collecting”, an art lecture in collaboration with the Dallas Art Fair from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Friday, April 11, 2014 at the Fashion Industry Gallery.
The lecture will welcome Muriel Quancard, the founder of art advisory firm OPUS and experienced French and American art dealers Josée Bienvenu and Nicelle Beauchene. The panelist will discuss private and corporate collecting, the reasons for starting and maintaining a collection, and touch on current contemporary art collecting issues. Thanks to their knowledge, the art experts will give the audience the keys to the art of collecting, such as: selection criteria, current trends, access to good advice, potential recurring problems, global issues in the collecting market, reconciliation of a budget, and future prospects of the art collection. The discussion will be followed by a Ruinart Champagne Reception, where business leaders will be available to discuss opportunities about investing in the art collecting field in an informal setting.
Tickets are $35 per person for FACC members and Dallas Art Fair ticket holders; or $45 for non-members. The ticket price includes access to the Dallas Art Fair. Tickets can be purchased online at www.faccdallas.com or by calling the chamber at 972-241-0111. We accept MasterCard,Visa, Amex, DinersClub, and Discover.
About The French-American Chamber of Commerce
The French-American Chamber of Commerce Dallas/Fort Worth is one of the largest bi-national, non-profit and non-political organizations in Texas. With more than 200 members, the FACC seeks to contribute to the development and improvement of economic, commercial and financial relations between France and the United States. France has more than 180 subsidiaries in Texas, 50 of which are located in the Metroplex. French companies based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex employ over 10,000 people. For more information, visit www.faccdallas.com.
Contact: Aude Sun, Executive Director, French-American Chamber of Commerce Dallas/Fort Worth (972) 241-0111
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The O’Keefe Studio – Student show… December Lecture… Help the studio grow; enter a raffle to win a drawing made by Michael! Additional raffle details:
Upon purchasing a raffle ticket the individuals name will be added to an ongoing list where each person receives a number (multiple numbers for multiple tickets purchased). On the evening of Dec. 7th, just before the lecture begins at 7:30, I will pick three numbers from a bowl. We will connect the numbers to names from the list, determining the winners. If present at the talk, the person drawn first will get to choose from the three drawings up for raffle. If the first person drawn is not present they still win a drawing but will not have their choice from the three drawings. Second person drawn, if present, will then get to choose, and so on. Raffle tickets (or numbers, as there are no actual tickets) can be purchased from me in person or by putting a check in the mail (address below).
Thank you in advance to all of those who have and will participate in support of future endeavors at The O’Keefe Studio. Even if you don’t buy a raffle ticket, come out to hear the talk and, more importantly, come out to see the student show! http://theokeefestudio.com/
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On Thursday, November 21, from 6–7 p.m., join us for The Kennedys in Fort Worth, a free gallery talk at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art!
Join Fort Worth art historian Scott Grant Barker to explore artworks in the exhibition Hotel Texas: An Art Exhibition for the President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy and discuss the cultural, historical, and political events surrounding the Kennedys’ 1963 trip to Fort Worth. No reservations are required.
October 12, 2013–January 12, 2014 exhibit. In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the Amon Carter will exhibit the works of art installed in the president’s suite at the Hotel Texas during his fateful trip in 1963.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Ft. Worth, TX 76107
t. 817.989.5064 f.817.665.4331
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NEXT FORUM LECTURE
Principal, Hoidn Wang, Berlin, Germany, and
ONeil Ford Centennial Professor in Architecture,
University of Texas at Austin
12 November 2013
Tuesday, 7:30 pm (NOTE START TIME)
Reception at 6:45 pm (NOTE TIME)
Magnolia Theatre, West Village, Dallas
Free for Forum Members, $5 Full-Time Students, $20 General Admission
Wilfried Wang and Barbara Hoidn are the founders of the Berlin based practice, Hoidn Wang Partners. Wang also serves as the ONeil Ford Centennial Professor in Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. Born in Hamburg, Wang studied architecture in London and served as a partner with John Southall in SW Architects. He is a founding co-editor with Nader Tehrani of 9H Magazine; and was the director of the German Architecture Museum from 1995 2000. Wang has also taught at the Polytechnic of North London, the University College London, ETH Zürich, Städelschule, Harvard University, and the Universidad de Navarra.
Wang is the author and editor of various architectural books and publications, and is the co-editor of the O’Neil Ford Monograph Series. He serves as the Chairman of the Erich Schelling Architecture Foundation; is an adjunct member of the Federation of German Architects; a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm; and a member and Deputy Director of the Architecture section of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin. Wang holds an honorary Doctorate from the Royal Technical University of Stockholm and is an honorary member of the Portuguese Chamber of Architects.
Lecture attendees are encouraged to also attend a discussion on Forever Changed: The Kennedy Assassination and Dallas Architecture which will also be held at the Magnolia Theatre at 6 pm that evening. Attendees can then join the reception hosted by the Forum and attend the 7:30 pm Forum lecture. The Kennedy discussion will be presented by our colleagues at the Dallas Center for Architecture.
Forum members may receive free admission to the Kennedy panel discussion, and as always, receive free admission to the lecture. Check in with the Forum volunteers beginning at 5:45 pm before the 6 pm Panel. Those attending the panel discussion who are not Forum members may also attend the Wilfried Wang Forum lecture on a complimentary basis.
Season Benefactor –
Briggs-Freeman Sothebys International Realty | Claire Dewar
Maharger Development | Reggie Graham
Reception Underwriter –
Architect, San Diego
13 November 2013
Wednesday, 7 pm (There is NO reception for this special lecture)
ODonnell Hall, Owen Arts Center, 6101 Bishop Blvd., SMU
Presented by Meadows School, SMU in collaboration with the
Dallas Architecture Forum
Free and open to the Public
Teddy Cruzs work is focused on the border between San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico, where he has been developing a practice and pedagogy that emerges out of the particularities of this bicultural territory and the integration of theoretical research and design production. Teddy Cruz has been recognized internationally in collaboration with community-based nonprofit organizations such as Casa Familiar for its work on housing and its relationship to an urban policy more inclusive of social and cultural programs for the city. He obtained a Masters in Design Studies from Harvard University and the Rome Prize in Architecture from the American Academy in Rome. He has received the James Stirling Prize and is currently a Professor in public culture and urbanism in the Visual Arts Department at UCSD in San Diego.
DALLAS CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE EVENTS
1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Suite 100
The Dallas Center for Architectures current exhibition is Architecture Abroad, featuring international architecture done by local firms. The Center will also hold a book signing for Spanish architect Luis Vidal on 8 November 2013. For more information on the exhibition, a Philip Johnson film screening, and the book signing, as well as the DCFAs walking tours, visit DallasCFA.com .
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October 26th Modern Masters From The Art Institute Of Chicago
This talk will examine various works from the upcoming exhibit at the Kimbell Art Museum in Ft. Worth. Themes of “modernism” will be discussed. Various great modernist artists will be examined and many of the masterworks from the show will be analyzed.
http://theokeefestudio.com/ 580 W. Arapaho Rd., Suite 290, Richardson, TX 75080
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PDNB Gallery invites you to a gallery talk by photographer Paul Greenberg Thursday, October 24th starting at 6 pm. The talk will focus on Dallas based photographer Chris Regas, his works and influence in the Dallas photographic scene, as well as his current show at PDNB.
This event is free and open to the public. Exhibition: CHRIS REGAS on view through November 16, 2013.
1202 Dragon St. Ste 103
Dallas, TX 75207
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Rodin, Michelangelo and Phidias; reflections on the tradition of western sculpture.
Michael O’Keefe http://theokeefestudio.com/
This talk will consider the formal and expressive concerns of three great (and very closely related) sculptors of the western tradition. We will examine differences, personal and cultural, but more importantly we will consider what they have in common as a way to understand a specific language of figurative sculpture. In addition to images, we will reference various quotes of Rodin talking about Michelangelo and Phidias.
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Ceramic Lecture & Workshop with TWU Alum David Hendley of
Old Farmhouse Pottery
RSVP deadline – Tuesday, April 9
Reservations required for WORKSHOP (FREE, but, limited space). Lunch is available for $8.00 with prior reservation.
RSVP for WORKSHOP & LUNCH mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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This spring Dallas Contemporary launches DC University, a series of lectures featuring North Texas college professors. Guest speakers will explore current trends in contemporary art related to their areas of expertise. The lecture series aims to highlight innovative art educators in North Texas and expose audience members to evolving methods of artistic expression.
Dallas Contemporary, 161 Glass Street Dallas Texas 75207 USA +214 821 2522
Lectures/discussion are at 7pm on:
March 6 Jenny Vogel UNT video art
March 20 Stephen Lapthisophon UTA installation art
April. 17 Thomas Riccio UTD performance art
April 24 Cathy Caesar UD conceptual art
May 8 Carlos Donjuan UTA street art
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Harvard’s landscape architecture professor John Stilgoe to speak Feb. 13 at Magnolia Theatre for Dallas Architecture Forum
Dallas Architecture Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing challenging and on-going public discourse about architecture, design and the urban environment, is pleased to continue its 2012-13 season of lectures with Harvard Graduate School of Design’s landscape architecture professor, John STILGOE, who will speak Thursday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Magnolia Theatre in the West Village at 3699 McKinney Ave.
The lecture will start at 7 p.m. with a complimentary reception beginning at 6:15 pm. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $5 for students (with ID). Tickets can be purchased at the door before the lecture. No reservations are needed to attend Forum lectures. 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. For more information on the Dallas Architecture Forum, visit www.dallasarchitectureforum.org or call 214-764-2406.
Landscape Architecture Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Design
13 February 2013
Magnolia Theatre, West Village
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