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VOL . 1 / ISSUE 7 / M AY 2 014
IN THIS ISSUE OF SOUTHLAKE ARTS
06 Publisher’s Letter 08 Events Calendar HAPPENINGS
12 The Happening PHOTOGRAPHY
13 ShutterBugs MUSIC
21 DSO on the GO: Southlake
24 Arts Chat with Bruce Rosenstiel DANCE
28 Mark Morris Dance Group HAPPENINGS
29 Summer Camp!
UP AND COMING
34 Lauren Sullivan DESTINATIONS
38 Destination: Paris VISUAL ARTS
42 Do You See What I See?
44 “The Heirs of Rogers & Hammerstein” OUTSIDE THE BUBBLE
46 The Miracle of Chance FOOD
48 Southlake Arts Beer Picks
This month’s cover photo is by Rick Perry. The photo on the left of this page is by Bruce Rosenstiel.
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Oh Snap! April was a busy month! We had The Dallas Art Fair, Dallas International Film Festival, Dance Planet 2014 and the Ft. Worth Art Festival all in the same week! Then, we had Art in the Square, USA Film Festival, Edgefest and Earth Day all in the same weekend! Thank you to everyone who attended ‘The Happening’ last month! It’s important for our culture to get together to share and appreciate what our creative minds are doing. Be sure to mark your calendar for May 14th: We will have a French-themed gathering at the Main Street Bakery & Bistro! This month, we examine Photography. Southlake Arts wouldn’t be what it is without the talented photographers in our midst. Bruce Rosenstiel, Lauren Sullivan, Carolyn Taluja and Brian Guilliaux to name just a few. We’ve printed a few of the winners of the Bob Jones Nature Center, and, as I’m sure you’ll agree, the photographs are stunning! The content, focus and processing that the camera club does is truly breathtaking. I’m excited to bring you an “Arts Chat” with Bruce Rosenstiel. Bruce consistently blows me away with his photography. Bruce and his wife, Sandi, are world travelers. This month they take us to Paris in our “Destinations” section. I’m also thrilled to bring you some of the new work “The Miracle of Chance” from Brian Guilliaux! Beginning with beautiful photographs, Brian takes a unique approach in the processing of his recent work to bring us a fresh artistic expression.
Photo by Bruce Rosenstiel. Sketch by Lamberto™
Drink deeply from these photographs, Happy Mother’s Day and enjoy the issue!
EVENTS CALENDAR MUSIC THE WANTED May 4th House of Blues
TIL MIDNIGHT AT THE NASHER: MADISON KING, JESSIE FRYE, FROZEN May 16th Nasher Sculpture Center
CHRISTINA PERRI May 9th House of Blues
DAVE MATTHEWS BAND May 17th Gexa
LADY ANTEBELLUM May 9th Gexa
FOREIGNER, STYX May 17th Verizon Theater
SOUTHLAKE COMMUNITY BAND May 10th Rustin Park
BILL FRISELL May 22nd Dan’s Silverleaf
LCSO - ALEX MCDONALD, PIANO May 10th Irving Arts Center BRAVE COMBO May 10th Dan’s Silverleaf INGRID MICHAELSON May 13th House Of Blues CLIBURN CONCERTS: BARRY DOUGLAS May 13th Bass Hall LSYO- SYMPHONIC ENERGY May 14th Irving Arts Center VAN CLIBURN TRIBUTE May 15th Nasher Sculpture Center
LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS Through July 13th Tower Gallery DOLLY PARTON May 30th Winstar TUNE-YARDS May 30th Granada DIE ANTWOORD May 31st House of Blues SUNDAY MUSIC JAZZ SERIES Sundays Sundance Square
THEATRE THE FORT WORTH OPERA FESTIVAL Through May 10th Bass Hall SPANK! THE FIFTY SHADES PARODY May 21st-25th Bass Hall
ALEXANDRE HOGUE: THE EROSION SERIES Through June 15th DMA NUR: LIGHT IN ART AND SCIENCE FROM THE ISLAMIC WORLD Through June 29th DMA
JERSEY BOYS June 3rd-15th Bass Hall
JUNE WAYNE: THE TAMARIND DECADE Through July 6th Amon Carter
LES MISÉRABLES June 27th Wyly Theater
SAMURAI Through Aug 31st The Kimbell
SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD May 30th-June 14th Irving Arts Center
ALFRED STIEGLITZ: THE ART OF PHOTOGRAVURE Through October 19th Amon Carter
KIDS PIXAR IN CONCERT: FWSO May 16th-18th Bass Hall PATIO SESSIONS Thursdays ATT PAC
QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT July 10th AAC
DAVID BATES Through May 11th The Modern & Nasher Sculpture Center
LADY GAGA July 17th AAC
ART & APPETITE Through May 18th Amon Carter
NO PLACE LIKE HOME: THE SINQUEFIELD COLLECTION Through October 19th Amon Cartera NEW YORK IN THE 1980’S Through January 2015 The Modern
EVENTS DANCE MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP May 10th Winspear Opera House SPRING CELEBRATION GALA : DALLAS BLACK DANCE THEATER May 16th-17th Winspear Opera House SWAN LAKE : TEXAS BALLET THEATER May 30th Bass Hall
LOCAL LISTING UPCOMING LIVE LOCAL MUSIC
BURGER SHACK 5/2
Sam Baker 125
Hannah & Jordan Henderson
Hannah & Jordan Henderson
MAIN STREET DAYS May 16-18 Main Street Grapevine
Hannah & Jordan Henderson
FARMERS MARKET April 10th-Oct 18th Main Street Grapevine
MAIN STREET BISTRO
GRAPEVINE NIGHT WATCHMAN TOUR Through November 29th Main Street Grapevine
SPECIAL EVENTS SOUTHLAKE ARTS ‘THE HAPPENING’ May 15th Main Street Bakery
Dylan Bishop & Matt Parrott
Dylan Bishop & Matt Parrott
Dylan Bishop & Matt Parrott
EVENTS -EVEN MORE-
LOCAL LISTING UPCOMING LIVE LOCAL MUSIC
THE BACK PORCH
Me and My Monkey
Band of Brothers Brian Burns Rosewood Highway
Chris Watson Band
Chris Watson Band
Holt and Stockslager
Texas Flood does Hendrix
Carol Sullivan and Vic Pepe
Toadstool Café Hill City
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Photography by Carolyn Taluja.
On Thursday, April 17th, 2014, Southlake Arts had â€œThe Happeningâ€? - a gathering for our readers and creative minds! Hosted at Apeizza e Vino, the event featured student art on display from The Art House & CISD and music by Sullivan Junction.
Through May 30th, Bob Jones Nature Center is hosting an exhibition of photography from around the nature preserve. The photos were taken as a part of a contest by locals from students to adults and novice to advanced. Categories included Wildlife Portraits, Natural Objects Portraits, Nature Scenics, People Interacting with Nature, Art in Nature, and Creative Interpretation. All entries are displayed. Best in Show, 1st-3rd places, and special judgesâ€™ awards were based on content, technical merit, and uniqueness. For more information, contact: Bob Jones Nature Center 817-939-1110 or www.bjnc.org. southlake ARTS
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ShutterBugs • Bob Jones Nature Center Photo Contest
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The DSO is coming to your neighborhood! Ever dreamed of having a virtuosic orchestra play right in your backyard? Stop dreaming and come enjoy all your favorite, breathtaking, classical melodies when the Dallas Symphony Orchestra comes to your neighborhood! Bring friends and family for an evening that is sure to be a unique, intimate, and enchanting musical experience for listeners of all ages.
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SOUTHLAKE Concert May 22, 2014 at White’s Chapel United Methodist Church The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) announces its return to Southlake for a classical concert on May 22, 2014. DSO on the GO is sponsored by The Ebby Halliday Companies, with generous support from TACA. “We are very happy to be returning to Southlake and White’s Chapel,” said Dallas Symphony Orchestra President and CEO Jonathan Martin. “We hope that the community enjoys hearing the DSO in their own neighborhood. We’ve always received such a warm welcome from the residents of Southlake, and we’re happy to be back.” “Apex Arts League is looking forward to the return of the DSO to Southlake. Hearing our world class symphony close to home is truly an honor and a ‘not to be missed’ event”, said Terri Messing, Chair of APEX Arts League. For this concert, Alasdair Neale and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will perform a classical program including Prokofiev’s spirited Symphony No. 1, “Classical”, and Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4, “Italian”. The soloist for the evening is DSO Principal French horn David Cooper who will play Mozart’s Concerto No. 4 for Horn. DSO on the GO was launched in 2012 with a classical concert in Allen. In the 2013/14 season, DSO on the GO will feature the full Dallas Symphony Orchestra playing classical and pops concerts in nine cities and neighborhoods across North Texas. DSO on the GO concerts feature familiar classical pieces and popular light classics, with concerto soloists who are principal musicians from the DSO. Single tickets are $19; $15 for APEX Members and seniors; and $9 for students. Tickets can be purchased by calling 214.692.0203 or by visiting www.DallasSymphony.com.
Bruce Rosenstiel PHOTOGRAPHER
I HAD THE PLEASURE MID-APRIL TO SIT down and chat with Sandi and Bruce Rosenstiel at their home by Grapevine Lake. Their home which is filled with prints, paintings, weaves and sculptures; some from their world travels and some they’ve made themselves - is a sight to see, and, every time I saw one of Bruce’s photos on canvas it gave me the same headshaking reaction in disbelief that often occurs when I see his work. We have an exceptionally talented photographer in our midst. If you’ve seen photos from the Bob Jones Nature Center, then you’ve seen his work, and the bulk of our “Destination” photos come from Bruce.
and everyone thought ‘oh, this is kind of nice’. What they didn’t realize until we moved here in August was the unrelenting heat!
Bruce grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Ill. He moved down to the area in the late 90s and got into photography around the same time. He had been a bird watcher for a decade by then. It all started when he hooked up a camera to his birding scope (20x-60x magnifications).
DH: Was it a gradual transition into photography? BR: On our first trip to Africa a couple of years after moving here, the birds were an amazing, extraordinary part of the safari! The first day out we went to Nairobi National Park, and they had great birds and a field guide. I picked up the guide and it appealed to me on so many levels. Intellectual pursuit, putting the pieces together to identify what bird it was; we started memorizing the plate numbers of the birds! Then coming back here the birds aren’t as big and are harder to find, so we started to go on more trips. Nature and culture became a very important combination to us when we were traveling, and it’s continued. We don’t do very many birding-specific trips anymore, but we try to get a nature and culture element and food element.
DAVID HALL: What brought you to Southlake? BRUCE ROSENSTIEL: Company moved here in 1986, GTE directory company for Yellow Pages. They were surprised at the number of people who moved here; there was a great migration. They kept providing incentives to move here. They had orientations down here in March and April during wildflower season
DH: Most recently you went to Santa Fe. BR: I started a camera club at Bob Jones Nature Center in 2009. We’ve had a core group that continues to this day that has been growing, and we’ve taken several trips together. We’ve been to Big Bend, Oregon, and New Mexico. We take road trips and we photograph and learn from each other.
The photo contest is the Bob Jones Nature Center photo contest. There are 20 miles of trails that are leased by the city from the [U.S. Army] Corps of Engineers. DH: What’s next on the horizon for Bruce and Sandi? BR: For photography, there are three aspects that always have to be considered. Content and Composition - finding something of interest to photograph and putting it into a way that is appealing to you and others. Technical Aspect - Exposure, Depth of Field, Focus Processing - What used to be the darkroom, where most of your famous photographers come from (Ansel Adams); they are very well known because of pushing the envelope in the darkroom. They pushed the dynamic range that was possible to print. Darker darks, lighter whites and the range in between, which made the photos much more dramatic. Elliott Porter, who made color photography accepted, had an amazing array of recipes that he’d use to get the photos either true or artistic. Now, with the digital age, you have a whole range of tools that you can use to take your photograph from a documentary photograph
to something more that appeals at a whole different level. I love continually learning how to use those tools and how to apply them to bring out what you want to bring out. With the camera club and teaching, I’m constantly learning. In order to teach, I have to edify those concepts clearly for my students to understand, which, in turn, deepens my understanding of the concepts. With the camera club, when we go out and shoot together, we share the photographs from that shoot. So, I could be standing right next to another photographer and get a completely different photograph. The lesson becomes how these other photographers are seeing our world differently that makes a photograph better with more elements, more layers, etc. Then, the other piece of that is the processing that we learn from each other. We’ll process each other’s photos with a completely different version and vision; sometimes it’s a completely different crop.
All of this has helped my own work evolve, because I’m seeing my own work differently because they are seeing it differently. What I absorb and learn from my peers is invaluable. I feel that my results and quality of images have accelerated over the past few years because of those experiences. DH: What content is next? BR: My favorite content is nature spectacles: capturing wildlife, birds in flight, birds nesting, feeding or behavioral sort of things; also, street portraits, great bone structure, skin tone, wrinkles, eyes; in native costume that’s completely different or foreign to me; and then beautiful landscapes. If I can have a trip that has those three combinations, that’s it for me. DH: What places have those three things? BR: Oahaca [Mexico], Florida, Thailand for faces landscapes and food. Next big trip will be to India - Northern India, Rajasthan, Corbett National Park at the foothills of the
Himalayas, Taj Mahal. We’ll have other small trips before then, but that’s our next big trip. DH: What’s your favorite part of photography? BR: I’m a color junkie! Lines, Patterns and Textures are great but color attracts me first. DH: If you weren’t a photographer what would you be? BR: A woodworker. southlake ARTS
DH: Who is your favorite photographer? BR: Art Morris - birdsasart.com DH: Where are you happiest? BR: At home, teaching, shooting, traveling. But nothing is more fun than having amazing things happening around you to shoot! DH: Where do you get your inspiration? BR: Sandi, of course! Even though I recognize in an urban setting the dirt, filth and poverty, I’m still looking for the beauty there. I rarely
share them because that’s not what it’s about for me. It’s a completely different story to tell. I like to look at things that are beautiful and attractive. I only watch the news if I want to be depressed.
DH: Where do you go to get away in DFW? BR: Here’s the thing. Neither one of us has commuted to work in a very long time. We’ve created a sanctuary at our home and there is no need to get away!
DH: What’s your idea of a perfect meal? BR: I should be completely sated at the end, one that give you a great big sigh at the end and makes you say, “Wow!”. It should be a sampling of tastes and textures. It should smell good, be presented in a beautiful manner and complemented by a really nice glass of wine.
DH: If you could have a meal with anyone, who would it be? BR: Roger Tory Peterson. He is the father of the Peterson Field Guides. He was a foremost ‘Birder” and he revolutionized bird watching by creating the Peterson method of bird identification. He was also an illustrator and artist.
DH: What are your travel essentials? BR: It has to be portable, no big suitcases! If you’ve ever not had your luggage show up and you’re four days in the rainforest sharing someone else’s toothbrush, you realize to pack light. This happened to us in Peru. DH: What is the most beautiful place in the world you’ve visited? BR: The sunrise at Big Bend is breathtaking.
DH: What is your most prized possession? BR: Sandi’s not a possession so it can’t be that. My tools! DH: What three things would you bring to a desert island? BR: Food, water, and my wife Sandi. See Bruce’s work at smallworldphotos.net.
MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP On Saturday, May 10th, the Winspear Opera House plays host to Mark Morris Dance Group. According to The New Yorker, Mark Morris is “America’s most exciting modern dance choreographer”. Once controversial, Morris’ pieces has changed the way audiences see modern dance. His pieces have become the standard of creativity of a new generation of dancers, choreographers and critics. Using live music in every performance, the group lives up to its reputation with a refined musicality. The Washington Post observed, “Morris’ ability to surmount musical difficulties that would flummox most anyone else is awe-inspiring.” Performance: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 10th at the Winspear Opera House For ticket information visit: http://www.attpac.org/your-visit/venues/winspear-opera-house/ 28
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ummer is one of the best times of the year for your kids to immerse themselves in the arts. Camps offer a great opportunity for your kids to not only spend a great deal of time learning, but often times the friendships that they make at camp will last them a lifetime. Sometimes seeing someone the same age as you that is ahead of you can be a great motivator. That certainly happened to me at the UNT jazz camp when my classmates were Norah Jones, Robert Glasper, Mike Moreno, and McKenzie Smith. Here are some camps that we suggest for your student.
MUSIC UNT Jazz Combo Camp Denton, TX July 13-18, 2014 ages 14+ // $825 The curriculum includes: combo, faculty concerts (each evening), jazz history and listening, jazz theory (basic to advanced), master class instruction on bass, drums, guitar, piano, saxophone, trombone and trumpet, student concerts and student jam sessions. http://www.jazz.unt.edu Note: For teenagers serious about music, this is the best possible camp that you can attend.
Berklee Guitar Sessions Boston, MA July 6th-11th $1990 Ensembles, classes, and clinics in blues, metal, jam band funk / fusion, classic rock, contemporary rock, acoustic rock/pop, jazz, fingerstyle acoustic, and the performing songwriter. Youâ€™ll choose your main style for ensemble and from there you can branch out in our clinics and jams. Fretboard classes will be helpful to all students in any style. Experience Boston, the creative hub of New England. http://www.berklee.edu
Hall Music Productions Summer Camps Southlake, TX Weekly Monday-Thursday 9am-noon. All Ages // $225 Rock Band, String Chamber Ensemble, Keyboard Camp, Composition and Vocal Groups. Want something closer to home? Send your student for a week of music in the morning at Hall Music Productions. Curriculum includes rhythm skills, ear training, reading, writing, music history and performing! http://www.hallmusicproductions.com
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SUMMER CAMPS THEATER
Oh Look! Musical Theater Camp June 9 - June 27, 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM Ages 8 - 18 // $595 Oh Look! provides a comprehensive program of intensive classes in a wide variety of theater performing arts. Students train for 3 weeks, five days a week, in the 3 disciplines of musical theater - dance, music, and acting, in addition to rehearsing a full musical which will culminate in one of their main stage productions. http://www.ohlookperform.com
Muller Film & Television Education Camps Southlake, TX June 14-16 & July 14-20 $175-$600 Muller Entertainment is bringing Film to Southlake! PA Workshop is a two-day intensive introductory course that comprehensively teaches the requirements of a career in the film industry. Short Film Intensive is a 7-day course where students are placed in their desired crew positions and matched with working professionals to create a festivalquality short film. filmtveducation.org
Summer Dance Camps, Classes & IntensivesDana’s Studio of Dance Southlake Southlake, TX June & July Ages 2 ½ and up // $115-310 Princess Dance Camps, Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop & Tumbling Camps & Classes, Contemporary, Lyrical & Technique Intensive, Ballet Intensive. http://www.danastudio.com
The Acting Studio Summer Camps & Shows Musical Theater Camp - June 23-27 Dance Camp - August 4-8 Acting Camp - 10-1 Auditions open now for Peter Pan Tuition: $225 per camp, $449 Peter Pan The acting studio is offering a variety of summer programs for your triple-threat student. Musical Theater, Dance, Acting and the big flying (literally) production of Peter Pan! http://www.actingstudiotx.com
check it out: We’ve added more summer camps in this month for more summertime fun!
NATURE Bob Jones Cross-Timbers Eco-Adventure Day Camp Southlake, TX Tuesday-Fridays $140-$210 Cross-timbers Eco-Adventure Day Camp (CEAD Camp) is summer camp with a difference! All summer long, your child will learn about fascinating science topics through a hands-on, experiential learning based program with acres upon acres of cross-timbers wilderness to explore. They will have the opportunity to make observations on the trail, share with their peers, ask questions, and search for answers. http://bjnc.org/
Studio A Dance Summer Schedule Southlake, TX June 9th-July 31st All ages A full schedule of technique classes offered in ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap, musical theater, contemporary and hip hop. Ballet Intensive featuring Daniel Ulbricht from the New York City Ballet. http://www.studioasouthlake.com Epicenter for the Arts Camp Southlake, TX June 23rd - August 10th $65-$250 Epicenter for the Arts has something for EVERYONE! Camps are available in all styles of dance along with musical theater, acting, art and more! There will be a variety of themed camps such as Royal Ball, All BOYS Hip Hop, Art from the Heart, Triple Threat Performance labs, and Weekly Technique classes! Camps are offered from June 23-Aug 10th for Ages 3-professional age performing artists! Prices range from $65- $250. www.epiarts.com
ART Arthouse Art Camps Monday-Friday Various Times $40-$150 The Art House has a variety of ARTventures for your child to go on this summer. Drawing, painting, lego inspired characters, sculptures, tshirt design, American Girl sewing camp even how to paint your own dragon! http://studioarthouse.com/ Kimbell Summer Camp Monday–Friday, July 7–11 Monday–Friday, July 14–18 Members $175 Non-Member $200 This mid-July program features five afternoons of creative activities for children (ages 6–12) inspired by Kimbell masterpieces and special exhibitions. Travel to the island nation of Japan to discover the ways of brave and bold samurai warriors. Over the course of five afternoons, campers will explore beautifully crafted helmets, masks, and suits of armor once worn for protection or proudly displayed in spectacular parades. Studio-art projects, gallery tours, and other learning activities will highlight themes central to samurai culture— including family honor, poetry and art, and appreciation for the natural world. This camp is offered in conjunction with Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection. A light snack will be provided. http://www.kimbellart.org Nasher Kids Camp Dallas, TX June 9th-13th $125 SPLAT! SQUISH! SWIRL! Join us and discover different actions artists use when they create their work. The camp is open to students who have completed grades 1 - 5. Register your artist-in-the-making for a fun week of learning and discovery! Campers will discover the history behind sculptures in the Nasher Collection and the methods and materials used by artists through stories, games and hands-on art projects. First-come, first-served registration opens on March 17; maximum capacity is 25 participants nashersculpturecenter.org
Nasher Architecture Camp Dallas, TX July 10th-July 11th $80-$100 Join architect and educator Peter Goldstein, AIA, for a collaborative workshop for high school students (grades 9–12) focusing on two Renzo Piano-designed museums. Day-long visits to the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas and the Kimbell’s new Piano Pavilion will include in-depth building tours and a series of projects that will develop students’ drawing, model making, and creative problem-solving skills. First-come, first-served registration opens on March 17; maximum capacity is 20 participants. Registration fee is $80 per student for applications received by April 30. After April 30, registration is $100 per student. Lunch and supplies are included. Transportation is available courtesy of Carey Limousine. nashersculpturecenter.org
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Lauren Sullivan PHOTOGRAPHER
Photography by Lauren Sullivan. Laurenâ€™s portrait by Brian Guilliaux
Lauren uses processing to create bizarre images with unique statements. Delightful, dark humor is her specialty. Lauren Sullivan (17) and her family moved to Southlake when she was four years old, and, in 8th grade, she learned about Ansel Adams. Adamsâ€™ landscape photography inspired her to begin her work, which most recently includes Stucco drawings. Lauren has put together a book of 20 stucco portraits and, in the future, plans to do more portraits and concert photography. Lauren takes each piece, pulls it apart and puts it back together differently. It interests her how a piece can be both destroyed and complete at the same time.
10 QUESTIONS FOR LAUREN Who is your favorite photographer? Erik Johansson - a photographer and retouch artist from Sweden. If you weren’t a photographer, what would you be? I’d practice art on another medium. What is your favorite part of photography? The processing. Where are you happiest? Processing photos.
“LAUREN SULLIVAN IS A REBEL” - Brian Guilliaux
Who is your inspiration? Ansel Adams, Erik Johansson, Chris Wool, Wayne Wright. What is your most prized possession? My Nikon D600. What is your biggest challenge that you’ve overcome? Finding resources to do what I want to do with my art. If you could have a meal with anyone, whom would it be with? Kanye West If you were an inventor, what would you make? A teleportation system. Where do you go to get away? My car. What are you most proud of? The work I’ve created these past two years. What would you bring with you to a desert island? A bubble blower, a Skip-It and a unicycle.
Photos by Bruce Rosenstiel.
Paris has all the elements that I look for in a great urban destination. Itâ€™s an easy city to explore on foot or by metro, and it offers exceptional museums, gardens, and public squares, a fascinating variety of architectural styles, great food and wine, and tremendously diverse people-watching opportunities. Each neighborhood has its own character and rewards leisurely visitors with an incredible array of sights, sounds, smells, and, for those who sample, flavors. Several visits have confirmed my impression that Paris will always be a great place to photograph. The iconic sites are worth
shooting again and again because...well, they are iconic! My challenge is to find a new perspective or to photograph them in exceptional light or weather conditions. The Latin Quarter, for example, offers endless variety of subject matter but becomes an extraordinary location on a rainy day when the produce stalls glisten after a downpour. The standard boat tour down the Seine is beautiful but is transformed in late afternoon light when heavy clouds provide a background. The Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel becomes an imposing silhouette when photographed against a dramatic sunset. But, my favorite subjects in Paris are the unexpected ones. Few tourists venture out to the Basilica of Saint Denis and, therefore, never see the most extraordinary stained glass windows in the city. Another surprise was the local market near the apartment in which we stayed on one trip. We were obviously not locals, and many of the vendors
were as entertained by us as we were by them and their wares. Several went so far as to pose their merchandise for the best shots! And nothing beats simply wandering around photographing everyday life: a random group of people sharing a park bench, children playing, street musicians, quirky window displays, and unexpected reflections. Take your time; keep your eyes open; always carry extra batteries and memory cards! Of course, the best light for photography is in the early morning and late afternoon, just before and just after sunrise and sunset. Ideally, one would nap or, at least, rest in between these two prime times, especially when planning to photograph illuminated monuments at night. But there is so much to see and do, so many places to explore, and so many tempting restaurants and cafes to try that itâ€™s nearly impossible to take time off. A successful trip to Paris is completely exhausting but thoroughly satisfying! southlake ARTS
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LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS
See what these boys are made of. Walking around this exhibit you can almost hear the twin fiddles and steel guitar. You’ll be transported back to a time when Western Swing was the king of the radio. The Light Crust Doughboys entertained audiences for decades, now’s your chance to get insight into this iconic band.
human+ Human ingenuity and creativity can allow us to devise engineering marvels that substantially better our everyday lives. This engaging exhibition invites visitors to explore how design and engineering help build body replacement devices, brain-machine interfaces and tools that help us push the limits of human potential.
Grand Gallery • May 17- September 14, 2014 HUMAN PLUS was created by the New York Hall of Science in partnership with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the Quality of Life Technology Center with funding from the National Science Foundation.
Tower Gallery • April 24 - June 15, 2014 Tower Gallery & Grand Gallery • 636 S. Main Street • Grapevine, Texas • Visit www.GrapevineMuseums.com • FREE admission • Open Daily 20294_GCVB_Southlake_Arts_May2014_ad_v7.indd 1
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HOT DIGGITY DOG! This month’s winners of “Do You See What I See?” came up with some pleasant surprises and quite diverse creative solutions. Kudos to Toni Huntington, who rotated the original scribble to present three different visions: a dog on a skateboard, which from the beginning I thought was an easy and obvious figure to carve out, Texas Spring flowers with grapes, and a potted figurine. “Violin Playing Mantis” by Maria Kaplan was a huge surprise! The wheels were seen as eyes, and the violin and antennae sitting on a chair capped the image. Ava’s “Car on Fire” is certainly out there, filled with lots of imagination. A round of applause to all these creative residents! Now, we have a new one for you to explore. Remember to rotate them and examine them from all different angles. Good luck, and I can’t wait to see your imaginative visions! Lamberto™ Send your artwork, no later than June 6th, to: Lamberto™ “Do You See What I See?” HMPS Publishing 630 E. Southlake Blvd. #601 Southlake, TX 76092 Or Send via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org southlake ARTS
“THE HEIRS OF ROGERS & HAMMERSTEIN” COMING TO OHLOOK PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
he New York Times calls them “Theater wonder boys… Most people know Pasek and Paul as television songwriters, since effervescent. Consistently buoyant and clever.” The their original songs were featured on season two of NBC’s Smash Washington Post says they are “An elegant and skillful and rose to the top 25 on the iTunes Pop Charts. However, Ohlook’s collaboration.” and Vanity Fair calls them “The Heirs of relationship with them started in 2008 when Ohlook was one of the first Rogers & Hammerstein” Ohlook Director, Jill Blalock theaters to present their debut songwriting work and widely acclaimed Lord, has met them several times and thinks “they’re wonderful... musical Edges, before it was officially licensed. It continued over the very funny and charming!” Who are they? The Tony-nominated years when Ohlook’s award-winning cast of “Spring Awakening” met songwriters (Best Original Score Written for the Theatre) of the up with Pasek and Paul at the American Association of Community Broadway musical, A Christmas Story, The Musical, Benj Pasek and Theater national competition in June 2013 (see photo). Most recently, Justin Paul. and they’re coming here. they were reunited at the Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta in January 2014, when Pasek and Paul performed for the approximately 4500 Pasek and Paul are also the composers of the off-Broadway attendees, along with Ohlook’s Masterclasses who came home with musical Dogfight, which received a nomination from the Drama League top honors (see the March issue of Southlake Arts Magazine). for Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Musical, was the winner of the Lucille Lortel Outstanding Musical Award and The next obvious step was to bring Pasek and Paul “home to meet received Outer Critics Circle nominations for Outstanding New Off- the family.” So, they will be in Grapevine and Southlake the second Broadway Musical and Outstanding New Score. Other theatrical week in June to host a workshop followed by a public performance works include James and the Giant Peach, Duck for President and on Wednesday, June 11th at 7:30pm. Tickets for the concert are If You Give a Pig a Pancake. They are currently at work on an original $20 each and are available at www.ohlookperform.com. To partake musical with playwright Steven Levenson and director Michael Greif in the private workshop, simply sign up for Musical Theater Camp, and a new musical for Disney Theatricals with playwright Rick Elice. also on the Ohlook website. Benj and Justin are proud graduates of the University of Michigan.
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OUTSIDE THE BUBBLE
The Miracle of Chance
Story by Cherie Fruehan
rt is a miracle. A bold statement no doubt, yet it is the absolute truth. Ask anyone who has been seduced into a painting by its alluring brushstrokes, rendered breathless simply by watching the powerful movement of a dancer, or perhaps stood in awe of an eternal story told by a one-second snapshot in time; and they will concur. The thing that stands behind each work of art is even more miraculous, and that is the artist himself. How is it that one person can bring into being an interpretation of their very soul through their chosen medium? Where does one acquire this gift and what forms their passion of expression? Is it environment? Is it God? Is it CHANCE? For one artist, it is a combination of all of the above. Born into a family of composers, writers, painters and photographers Brian Guilliaux’s journey has been a symphony, perhaps a cacophony, of events. Dropping out of school in 9th grade, a subsequent visit to his sister that same day resulted in his introduction to the director of the Dance Department at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. He was accepted to the dance program on the spot, and Guilliaux recalls, “that morning not only changed my life, but it literally saved my life”. After graduating from BTWHSPVA, he received a scholarship to attend the prestigious North Carolina School for the Arts and studied under some of the greatest ballet dancers in the world. It was there that he happened upon his ﬁrst camera in the unclaimed lost and found of the ballet studio. As he puts it he then “became obsessed with photography”. His naturally gifted ‘eye’ made him one of the most sought after photographers in the country. For over 25 years he has been shooting and creating awe-inspiring images. Among those are subjects from his world of dance, graceful and strong bodies in mid air, frozen in time for the viewer to relish what the eye would have missed had Guilliaux not captured that exact moment. For years, he shot with a relentless fervor and passion, falling in love with each of his subjects, pouring his soul into his work almost to the point of burn out. Until recently. Guilliaux’s most recent images are some of his best yet. They are new creations that are REPURPOSED from familiar subjects of the past. He won’t divulge the exact process, but he will tell you: “They are not created in Photoshop. They are created with eyes closed, completely improvisational, which is how a true artist lives. It is accidental poetry.” He calls this series CHANCE. ..... for Brian “art is a miracle composed of faith, obsession, trust and the courage to fall in love EVERYDAY”.
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