“A Conversation with Mark Lamster and Brent Brown” is the second in the Spring 2014 Salon Series announced by the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts. The Thursday, April 3, event will take place at Turner House, 401 N. Rosemont, one of Oak Cliff’s most significant architectural landmarks. Built in 1912, the Modified Prairie Four-Square structure is the home of the Society.
Lamster, architecture critic for the Dallas Morning News, is also a professor of architecture at UT Arlington’s nationally recognized School of Architecture, an innovative partnership between UTA and the Dallas News. Lamster, a native New Yorker, also writes regularly for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal. He has authored numerous books on subjects from art to baseball.
Brent A. Brown is director of the Dallas City Design Studio and founder of building community WORKSHOP, a local non-profit community design resource seeking to improve the livability and viability of communities through the practice of thoughtful design.
The doors of Turner House will open at 7, and the presentation will be 7:30 to 9. Refreshments will be served. Tickets are $15 for Society members and students and $20 for non-members. They are available at the door and at www.turnerhouse.org.