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Lost + Found

An outsider’s view of Dallas is of a bustling metropolis, ripe with new development and bright lights. Long-term residents see something else: a landscape rich and layered with checkered stories and memories of years gone by. This nuanced perspective — equal parts memory and observation — is captured vividly in the work of Dallas native Kim Cadmus Owens. Owens’ “Lost + Found” series reflects the artist’s interest in the digital realm as a means of representation and recollection. It also speaks to the importance she places on witnessing moments that we often, and quickly, pass by.  “As I revisit sites…

Architects Talking to Architects: Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA

Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA, is an associate and project designer with Callison in Dallas. He also serves as the chair for AIA Dallas' Architecture Matters, a committee focused on strengthening the community of architects through innovative and engaging events. "It is all about making the AIA fun again," says Friebele, "and who wouldn't like that?" Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA – photo courtesy Michael Friebele Where did you grow up? I grew up in St. Peters, Missouri, about 20 minutes west of Downtown Saint Louis…. There was nothing too memorable about the suburb. However, the times I visited St. Louis proper were a major influence on why I became an…