2011 Spring Salon Series

“Celebrating Women in the Arts”

Culinary Art, The Slow Food Movement

Thursday, March 10, 7:30 to 9:00 P.M.

On Thursday, March 10th, chef Claudine Martyn will give a presentation on culinary art, the history and current practice of the Slow Food Movement both in Dallas and internationally.  She will be joined by the current co-leaders of the Dallas Slow Food Chapter, Chris Tuck and Jim Shade.  All are Oak Cliff residents.

Sponsors for this event include Urban Acres, Artisanal Beverage, Miranda Realty Company, Square Foot, Inc., Scott Chase and Debra Witter, Marguerite Domatti and Gay Addington, and Methodist Health System.

Music and Photographs of Mexico

Thursday April 14, 7:30 to 9:00 P.M.

Singer Nicole McWilliams will perform a program of Mexican Bolero music from the 40’s and 50’s, accompanied by two guitarists.  On exhibit will be photographs from Mexico from Carolyn Brown, a Dallas based photographer featured in numerous exhibitions and publications.

“A Century of Women in Architecture:

A Short History”

Thursday May 12, 7:30-9:00 P.M.

Susan Appleton, AIA, Rebecca Boles, AIA and Dr. Norma Figueroa, CAAPPR present an illustrated lecture on “A Century of Women in Architecture: A Short History.”  All three are colleagues/assistant professors at UT Arlington and well respected for their research.  They will cover the important contribution of women to architecture over the past 100 years.

Refreshments will be served for all events.  Tickets will be $15 per event or $40 for the series for non-members and $10 per event or $25 for the series for OCSFA members.  Tickets can be purchased at the door or through this website.

Salon Series Ticket Options

Sponsors for the Spring 2011 Salon Series:

Miranda Realty Co.

Square Foot, Inc.

Scott Chase and Debra Witter

Marguerite Domatti and Gay Addington

Methodist Health System

For more information please call Kenda North at 214-563-9852 or contact Kenda North.

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