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… richer, whiter and older, that is, than the national averages from the National Endowment for the Arts. And Dallas artsgoers are richer, whiter, older than the Dallas city population. In fact, we’re more akin to the population makeup of North Texas in general.
This week on Frame of Mind, watch films by students who are a part of the UTA Film program.
Films created by high schoolers at Greenhill School are being showcased on this week’s episode of Frame of Mind. Their films have a level of sophistication you wouldn’t expect to see from high schoolers.
Jose Bowen left SMU to run Goucher College in July. Now Goucher is the first college with an app for accepting video applications.
SMU professor Willie Baronet has been buying handmade signs from panhandlers for 23 years. In recent years, he made them into art installations in Dallas galleries. After a cross-country, 24-city trip, he’s now working on a book and a feature-length documentary.
Kat Candler, an Austin based filmmaker, is being showcased on this week’s episode of Frame of Mind.
North Texas filmmaker, David Lowery, is being showcased on this week’s episode of Frame of Mind. Lowery’s films reflect the word that he uses to sum up his favorite type of filmmaking: handmade.
Maria Munoz-Blanco, who’s been with the City of Dallas, since 2005 is leaving OCA for a new job. She helped open two new arts facilities and ran an award-winning public art program at Love Field.
This week, Frame of Mind will be featuring 3 filmmakers, including Morehshin Allahyari. Her film, The Romantic Self-Exiles, explores the ideas that concern issues of home, space, diaspora, and our relationships as humans to our surroundings.