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Cultural Developments in North Texas with Dr. Richard Brettell and Mark Lamster: Presented by the Dallas Architecture Forum

The Dallas Architecture Forum Presents:

Cultural Developments in North Texas  

Richard BRETTELL, Ph. D in conversation with Mark LAMSTER

 

10 October 2017

Tuesday, 7 pm, with informal reception and check-in beginning at 6:15 pm

Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art

Free Admission for UT Dallas students, faculty and staff (with ID)

No reservations needed, Join us!

The last two decades have seen dramatic developments in the cultural fabric of North Texas. In Dallas, the Arts District saw the addition of the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Wyly Theater, the Winspear Opera House, the Moody (formerly City) Performance Hall, and the completion of the Booker T. Washington campus. Fort Worth has added the Modern Art Museum and the Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell among its new signature buildings.

Much has happened besides the completion of these signature buildings. Galleries, artist labs, new musical and theatrical organizations have also come into existence or increased their reach across North Texas. Academic centers such as UT Dallas and non-profits such as The Dallas Architecture Forum have expanded their cultural reach and raised awareness and dialogue on issues important to all of us. In addition to the Arts District in Dallas and the Cultural District in Fort Worth, there are emerging centers of creative activity across many North Texas cities.

Join us for a lively discussion with Rick Brettell and Mark Lamster as we examine some of these major accomplishments over the last twenty years. Dr. Brettell and Mr. Lamster will also discuss what needs to occur over the next two decades to enhance the arts and cultural opportunities for all North Texas residents.