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Thought-Provokers: North Dallas

Dallas has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around North Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

PARKER PARKER

Maybe being forgotten was better than being seen at times but forgotten felt a lot like worthlessness & turmoil. My birth mom didn’t want me after a while & she gave me away. To whom? Really anyone who would take me I think. So began my unwanted journey of living from home, to home, to home. Read more>>

Rachel Kainer

Unfortunately, during my last semester of college, I realized that pursuing advertising wasn’t going to provide a fulfilling career path for me. I was stuck scrambling to figure out what to do with my life after graduation. I had always toyed with the idea of starting a blog. Read more>>

Aaron Rose

I have the privilege of working alongside some of the best musicians in the DFW area. I work hard at developing volunteer teams to carry on the mission of making Christ famous through technical excellence. I also help our video team by sharpening the audio experience with their video content. Read more>>

Ted M.

Before you charge anyone, be confident in your ability to produce cost worthy product. But still, remain humble! Be open to networking and collaboration for free. Your potential is worth more than a shared invoice. Last but not least: invest in quality equipment. It’ll make your job easier. Read more>>

Yajaira Adamo

It was at this time she learned to share her words and positive vibes. She passed her message of love for others and for yourself because you are who you are meant to be, who you were born to be, who others who truly are allowed to see you will adore. Read more>>

Jason Caldwell Stallings

I studied at the Savannah College of Art and Design where I received a really well structured traditional art education. To me, that’s really important because I am able to really articulate myself in a unique way, and a have a very solid professional foundation. It taught me how to really define what a finished professional image looks like. Read more>>

Aaron Baird

My art inspiration came during a college English class where the professor’s words were filled with passion, force, and knowledge. It was there that I felt an activation spilling out from the core of my being, shifting my perspective to create using colors charged with energy, driven to release this new found passion to the world. Read more>>

Seysei

My parents made a bold move to marry each other, making my sister and I the children of a Romeo and Juliet type scenario. Being the result of my mixed cultural backgrounds and American attitude; I’m ready to make bold moves and show the world something they’ve never seen. Read more>>

Alison Moreno

I want my clients to be comfortable with themselves. My best photoshoots are those that are more fun and relaxed, where my subjects can just be themselves and at the moment. I want clients to walk away from a shoot saying “that was fun” or “that was easy.” Then I know I’ve done my job. Read more>>

Haley Carter-Hooper

My answer is simple. I love the arts and don’t want to set perimeters on my creativity and love for beauty! I found my passion for dance after joining the Pop Warner’s Oak Cliff Red Skin Dance Team in 7th grade, and haven’t been able to escape the arts since! I then went on to graduated from Booker T. Read more>>

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