A CONVERSATION WITH
FRANK WELCH & MARK LAMSTER
Sunday November 15 2:00 • 4:00
Frank Welch trained with O’Neil Ford and has been a prominent architect in Dallas for over 50 years, featuring a regional modernism approach that has influenced many. He continues to be an artist, photographer and mentor. Mark Lam- ster is the architecture critic of the Dallas Morn- ing News and a professor in the School of Archi- tecture at the UT Arlington. He reviewed Welch’s recently published memoir, “On Becoming an Architect” for the DMN in April, commenting that Welch is “now the undisputed eminence grise of Dallas architecture.”
MISS MARCY & HER TEXAS SUGARDADDIES
Thursday December 10 7:30 • 9:00
Miss Marcy is a blues-shouting powerhouse. She won the Dallas Observer Music Award for Best Blues Act in 2014 and she has a new summer released album,“Deep Ellum”. ““In a musical genre often dominated by men, Miss Marcy is at the forefront of the Dallas blues scene, wow- ing blues aficionados with a voice that sounds one part angelic/two parts devilish, which nearly caused this listener’s heart to stop as I fell into her words.” McPhate, Dallas Observer Blogs.
Tickets $20 per Salon Series evening for non-members and $15 for Society members & students Tickets may be purchased at the door.