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
[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
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.”
Austere sat down for a tasty interview with Dallas’ own artist, painter, and creative, Jeff Skele. Dig it? What was the initial spark that drove you to make the style of art that you currently are immersed in? Jeff Skele: Devastation. I lost everything when I blew out my knees.
Together, we learn from one another, growing and healing out of the cracked sex ed system.
A journal of day 1 with Garrett. “We were born for bright days.”