By Chanel Sidi
Photos by Scott Mitchell | Hunter Moehring, Samantha Villavert and Cole Denton break away from their mics to play furiously on their respective instruments.
Amid a maze of industrial warehouses, a giant gravel-filled meadow, a shag carpet store and downtown overpasses, local Dallas band Sealion’s practice space exists in a dilapidated building. Hunter Moehring, Cole Denton, Samantha Villavert and Alex Poulos are waiting outside, some smoking cheap cigarettes and drinking beer. The self-styled “margarita punk” band was recently Continue reading
By Adriana Salazar
Photos by Kathy Tran and Paul Lauder | Kathy Tran’s winning photograph features
an in-camera, double-exposed image snapped at the Chinese Lantern Festival.
This year, two Brookhaven College students, Paul Lauder and Kathy Tran, took home the top prizes of the official State Fair of Texas Photo Contest, held by The Continue reading
By Aaron Ortega
Senior Staff Writer
Photo by Kathy Tran | Former Brookhaven College student Alfredo Salazar Caro flew from Chicago to Dallas to participate at Aurora Dallas Oct. 18.
Sitting alongside his aunt’s boyfriend, 3-year-old Alfredo Salazar Caro experiences his first glimpse into the world of three-dimensional art. Her boyfriend draws him an image that demonstrates depth and perspective. This image would make a lasting impression on Salazar Caro Continue reading
By Joie’ Thornton
Photo by Scott Mitchell | Guitarists Carlo Pezzimenti (left) and Brian Rowe perform for an audience at Texas Woman’s University’s Little Chapel-in-the-Woods.
The silence of the narrow confines of Texas Woman’s University’s Little Chapel-in-the-Woods is broken by applause as Carlo Pezzimenti and Brian Rowe walk into the single light fixed on the two benches at the center of Continue reading
By Joie’ Thornton and Paula Vasquez
Photo contributed by Jean Karotkin | Joni Sternbach poses for Jean Karotkin
Like a surgeon performing intricate procedures, Jean Karotkin, wearing her white gloves, delicately removes the negatives from the concentrated chemicals, creating the images that have made her a world-renowned photographer. In the isolation of the darkroom, Karotkin develops more than just black and white photos – she develops Continue reading
By Carmina Tiscareño
Photo by Carmina Tiscareño | Karla Aseneth Ceballos peeks from behind one of her works in Studio 3C3.
On the third floor of the 125-year-old Continental Gin Building in Deep Ellum, there is a small space filled with art. On the door of the space called Studio 3C3, an Andy Warhol quote is written in red paint: “Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art.” The studio houses Continue reading
By Carmina Tiscareño
Photos by Scott Mitchell | Wild Ride #4, taken May 2012, displays
the Señor Muerte doll riding a motorcycle with a Barbie doll
strapped behind it
In the spirit of Halloween, the Brookhaven College Studio Gallery has been taken over by the escapades of a miniature hat-wearing skeleton, captured by Charles Debus. Debus, a senior lecturer in photography at Southern Methodist University, will exhibit his collection of photographs, titled Continue reading
By Bill Michel
Each season brings new trends, but good skin is the best trend for everyone. As a former makeup artist for Christian Dior and a veteran of the beauty industry, I can confirm taking care of your skin is something that never goes Continue reading
By Chris R. Allison
The modern holiday of Halloween has evolved from a number of ancient traditions and celebrations. Although no definitive proof exists, according to history.com, it is thought to incorporate aspects of Celtic, Roman and Christian celebrations. Samhain (pronounced sow-in) was a Celtic holiday marking the end of summer and the return of Continue reading
By Tiffany Chubb
Photos by Frank Fehmel | Left to right: Jack Bullock (as Chicago), Eric Bradley (as Daisy Tillou) and Stephen Wantland (as Phelim O’Shaughnessy)
exchange lines during the “Is He Dead?” dress rehearsal
In the cold state-of-the-art Performance Hall in C Building at Brookhaven College, audience members patiently waited for the play “Is He Dead?” to begin 8 p.m. Oct. 10. The actors made great use of the stage as the audience watched them use tableux techniques, gender-bending acting and Continue reading