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New and Continuing Exhibits at the Bath House Cultural Center

The following are some of the new and continuing exhibits at the Bath House Cultural Center. This information comes from The Bath House Beacon. New exhibits include works juried by Elizabeth Mellot-Carreon and Byrd Williams and photographs by Kathleen Wilke. Continuing exhibits include photographs displayed at the White Rock Lake Museum.

Disquiet: Unsettled Suburbia
September 4 – October 2, 2010

Opening Reception on Saturday, September 4, form 7 to 9 p.m.

Disquiet: Unsettled Suburbia is a photography exhibition juried by Elizabeth Mellot-CarreĆ³n and Byrd Williams that examines life in suburban middle class America, with a special focus on North Texas. The show addresses the undeniable truth that art and culture are inexorable linked and that their interdependence-sometimes constructive as well as destructive-gives all of its citizens the opportunity to hold a magnifying glass to the fundamental values on which the community is based. The participating artists investigate themes related to family life, the effects of technology, gender issues, relationships, self-image, and other social issues. Participating artists include: Carissa Battaile, Tatyana Bessmertnaya, Ken Cancelosi, Amanda M. Davis, Joshua Dryk, Laura Hall, Jennifer M. Nail, Brooke Opie Ragusa, Kendall Marie Rogers, Paige L. White, and Art Zamora.

Past and Present: Photography by Kathleen Wilke
September 4 – October 2, 2010

Opening Reception on Saturday, September 4, from 7 to 9 p.m.

Past and Present features a series of underwater imagery by Dallas fine art photographer, Kathleen Wilke. From her series “Lady of the Lake” until her present work, a collection of the artist’s favorite pieces will be on display. Past and Present will be the artist’s first exhibit presenting her photography on wood surfaces.

We Used to Swim Here
Through November 20, 2010

We Used to Swim Here is an exhibition of historical photographs dating to the time when swimming was permitted at Dallas’ White Rock Lake. The exhibition will be on display at the White Rock Lake Museum (housed inside the Bath House Cultural Center) from July 10 to November 20, 2010.

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