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Dallas, Lights, Etc.

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Hour 1:         With the Omni hotel’s rib-patterned LED façade, the blue glow of the Statler Hotel and plans to revise the Bank of America building’s green-lit trim, downtown Dallas is re-dressing itself in creative lighting. How might the city use wattage to reinvent itself? We’ll find out with Mark Lamster, architecture critic for The Dallas Morning News and professor in the architecture school of the University of Texas at Arlington; and Jerome Weeks, Reporter/Producer for KERA’s Art&Seek and winner of the Texas Society of Architects’ John G. Flowers Award for Excellence. Lamster speaks on the built environment in Dallas Thursday at the Dallas Museum of Art. Find more info here.

  • jeff wallace

    Great conversation about light & architecture! I have been stressing to my kids that lights = burning coal. We buy our electricity from sustainable sources, but I know that the present infrastructure is limited. Cities need to be be sustainable.

  • jeff wallace

    Great conversation about light & architecture! I have been stressing to my kids that lights = burning coal. We buy our electricity from sustainable sources, but I know that the present infrastructure is limited. Cities need to be be sustainable.

  • jeff wallace

    Great conversation about light & architecture! I have been stressing to my kids that lights = burning coal. We buy our electricity from sustainable sources, but I know that the present infrastructure is limited. Cities need to be be sustainable.

  • http://www.wix.com/kmerkelboruff/writeinkorg2011 Kay Merkel Boruff

    Pegasus is also the muse of poetry, creativity, & dreams–fitting for Dallas.

  • http://www.wix.com/kmerkelboruff/writeinkorg2011 Kay Merkel Boruff

    Pegasus is also the muse of poetry, creativity, & dreams–fitting for Dallas.

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