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George Dahl, one of the 20th Century's most influential American architects who designed more than 20 buildings on the University of Texas at Austin campus, several at Fair Park for the Texas Centennial Exposition, and the downtown Neiman Marcus, was also a brilliant artist.

OCSFA will present a conversation with Adrienne Faulkner, Dahl's granddaughter and an accomplished interior designer, and Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and faculty member at UT Arlington, as they discuss the dichotomy between architect and artist and why the lines were blurred.

George Dahl, one of the 20th Century's most influential American architects who designed more than 20 buildings on the University of Texas at Austin campus, several at Fair Park for the Texas Centennial Exposition, and the downtown Neiman Marcus, was also a brilliant artist.

OCSFA will present a conversation with Adrienne Faulkner, Dahl's granddaughter and an accomplished interior designer, and Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and faculty member at UT Arlington, as they discuss the dichotomy between architect and artist and why the lines were blurred.

George Dahl, one of the 20th Century's most influential American architects who designed more than 20 buildings on the University of Texas at Austin campus, several at Fair Park for the Texas Centennial Exposition, and the downtown Neiman Marcus, was also a brilliant artist.

OCSFA will present a conversation with Adrienne Faulkner, Dahl's granddaughter and an accomplished interior designer, and Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and faculty member at UT Arlington, as they discuss the dichotomy between architect and artist and why the lines were blurred.

WHEN

WHERE

Turner House
401 N. Rosemont Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://turnerhouse.org/2019/09/ocsfa-salon-series-george-dahl/

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