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2015 Stories by Jennifer Davis-lamm

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  • Fall in Love with Art

    published February 5, 2015

    It’s generally agreed upon that art, if it truly speaks to you, is priceless. And owning a piece that inspires you on the daily—that... More >>

  • Shock Artist

    published February 5, 2015

    There’s committing to your art…and then there’s committing to your art. Artists give up pieces of themselves all the time to... More >>

  • A Saturday Night in Expo Park

    published February 5, 2015

    This stands to be a memorable weekends in performance art in Dallas: not only can you see the provocative Carlos Martiel likely bleed out in Expo... More >>

  • A Man of Many Words

    published February 5, 2015

    Much has been made of the fact that author Mitchell S. Jackson, a black man, grew up in what has to be one of the whitest cities in this... More >>

  • Art You Inhabit

    published January 29, 2015

    Even those of us who consider ourselves art junkies are guilty of not giving architecture its props. It surrounds us, supports us, inspires us and... More >>

  • Theater's New Normal

    published January 29, 2015

    For those of you hoping for a lectures series that explores the challenges of straight, white men in theater, we deeply apologize. WaterTower... More >>

  • A Big Texas Howdy

    published January 29, 2015

    From the outside, Texas has a lot going on. To some, it's a state struggling to reconcile its outlaw reputation with its cultural riches; to... More >>

  • The Least Annoying Book Club

    published January 1, 2015

    I’ve been to one book club meeting. It was a diverse group of ladies, some professionals, some artists, some stay-at-home moms. There was... More >>

  • Don't Talk About My Momma

    published January 1, 2015

    You can spend all day at the museum looking at art that soothes and makes you happy. When most of us want an art fix, we're hoping for something... More >>

  • Spend Your Paycheck at Undermain

    published January 1, 2015

    Way back in our late teens and early twenties, we all had that job that was a boring pain in the ass. And yet, we gave it our all, taking... More >>

  • FEATURED STORY

    Cavalia Odysseo May Not Be High Art, but It's Enthralling and Spectacular

    published Feb 04, 2015

    By now, you've seen the approximately 400 billboards that have popped up along area thoroughfares: They're black, with a white horse, and look a lot like advertisements for wine. I was actually fairly... More >>

  • I Can Do Anything Better Than You

    published January 22, 2015

    Something that is awesome about Annie Get Your Gun: the music. Irving Berlin’s original songs are some of the most enduring in Broadway.... More >>

  • Remembering the Holocaust

    published January 22, 2015

    Some events are so horrific that time can never diminish them. This is particularly true in the case of the Holocaust, the worst genocide in... More >>

  • Get Your Freak On

    published January 8, 2015

    There’s a little freak in all of us — and not, like, the American Horror Story kind. We all have a part that's unsettled, that wants... More >>

  • Swing, Sister

    published January 22, 2015

    Swing, Sister! In the mood for a little nostalgia? Hide your cellphone and put in your pin curls or dust off those wingtips: “In the... More >>

  • Get Happy Feet

    published January 15, 2015

    Tap dance is the great unifier of the performing arts world — seamlessly marrying the visual with the aural, peppering the air with rhythmic... More >>

  • What, No Fireworks?

    published January 15, 2015

    If your last 'Murica-induced chill-down-the-spine was on the Fourth of July, you’re due for a fix. Forget all of our domestic troubles... More >>

  • Get it on. Bang a Gong.

    published January 8, 2015

    Want to add a bit of a bang to your weekend? Or rattle? Or gong, even? Then you should spend some time in the company of Scottish percussionist... More >>

  • Pop-Up Movies and Popped Popcorn

    published January 1, 2015

    After a full season of big, flashy films large on hype but small on substance, the folks at pop-up film series Family Movie Night have a... More >>

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