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Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts presents 2017 Fall Salon

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Photo courtesy of NorthPark Center

Nancy A. Nasher, owner of Northpark Center, and Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and faculty at UT Arlington, explain the substantial and meaningful curiosity between art and architecture and how these two essential disciplines enlighten our built environment while shaping our urban experience.

Nancy A. Nasher, owner of Northpark Center, and Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and faculty at UT Arlington, explain the substantial and meaningful curiosity between art and architecture and how these two essential disciplines enlighten our built environment while shaping our urban experience.

Nancy A. Nasher, owner of Northpark Center, and Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and faculty at UT Arlington, explain the substantial and meaningful curiosity between art and architecture and how these two essential disciplines enlighten our built environment while shaping our urban experience.

WHEN

WHERE

Turner House
401 N. Rosemont Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://turnerhouse.org/

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Admission is free.
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