Words and Photos // Kristina Prater The Dallas Contemporary Art Show was an eventful night full of diverse and amazing artists. Presented by the Conception Global Art Collective, this show took place at Community Beer Co. and featured a variety of pieces on display. The brewery was transformed into an
Words // Alcynna Lloyd – Photos // Ellie Alonzo Last week, Dallas was hit with a wave of electronic pop that sent people into a dancing frenzy. This show was, simply put, magical. A true representation of the power of live music and the visual arts. Suzi Analogue opened the show, bringing the energetic sound of electro-soul. Her music is a mixture of hip-hop
WORDS// ERIN DEVANY – PHOTOS// ELLIE ALONZO & ERIN DEVANY In the year that I’ve lived here, I’ve learned that Denton is an ever-developing tiny-town with a huge heart. There are a plethora of diverse groups of artists with magnificent talents and characters, just chomping at the bit to create
[dropcap size=big]N[/dropcap]eighborhood Cult’s final art event of 2017 is TABOO. On October 27th, enter into a neon-saturated world where Earthly sins of lust, greed, pride, vanity, sloth, and envy are one’s most irresistible attributes. Decadence is celebrated. Desire is indulged. Members of this society dress in disguise, becoming their own
S[dropcap size=big]S[/dropcap]omewhere between Auto-biography and Self-Portrait “Film is for Lovers” invites you into the intimate space of Justin Erion and Miles Marie. There is a moodiness, and perhaps even darkness to the shots as they move around the bedroom and bathroom, but there is also a playfulness, and relief to
London based writer, Lydia Ibrahim offers a space in which female representation is the primary force behind her publication, Femini Magazine. With limited media outlets available that properly showcase womanhood and the power of feminity, Ibrahim decided to start this magazine that allows for every female voice to be heard.
Mari offers an honest, relatable perspective to common situations, from moving to heartbreak to navigating issues of mental health. Her work tugs at your heart-strings in a comforting way, as if to say, “You are not alone.”