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October 2021

Photos provided by NTAPA organization

The North Texas Asian Photographers Association (NTAPA) is returning to the Eisemann Center with their exhibit titled Staying Inspired in the Green Mezzanine-Gallery. The exhibit will run from September 28 through October 24, 2021.

Each year, members travel globally to capture dramatic and award-winning photographs. Since its establishment, NTAPA has continued to promote the art of photography as a means of communication, image appreciation, and cultural exchange in DFW and its surrounding communities by hosting exhibitions at Garland’s Granville Arts Center, Irving Arts Center, and Richardson’s Eisemann Center for Performing Arts along with open exchange community events, free community photography service, public photography education programs, and a weekly newspaper column. 

After more than two months of selection and preparation, 29  outstanding works have been chosen for display in the Forrest and Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery. 

From the NTAPA website, "In early autumn in Dallas, the sun is warm and the trees are lush. High days, light clouds, birdsong, laughter, the city's most beautiful season has arrived unknowingly." 

Pictured below:
"A Shooting Star Toward the Milky Way" By Wenchi Lee
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"Heming" by Hongyang Chao

Schedule your visit today and enjoy photos of the beauty that surrounds us. 

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"Bee in Flight" by Wenchi Lee
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"Africa Impression" by Keren Wang

The North Texas Asian Photographer's Association (NTAPA) was established in 2003 by a group of enthusiastic people who share a passion for photography, personal well-being, and environmental stewardship. NTAPA provides education, information, inspiration, and opportunity to all persons interested in photography. NTAPA is also a proud member of Photographic Society of America (PSA).  In 2014 the association was incorporated as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. 

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"The Insect General" by Keren Wang
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"Speed" by Willi Xiang
"A Place of Peace" On Display at the Eisemann Center
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"Round the Clock" by Jin Li

Schedule of Exhibits 2021

Due to the ever-changing response to COVID-19, we ask that you check our website, and follow us on social media for the most current announcements, cancellations, or closings. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility and remain dedicated to keeping all visitors, staff, patrons, and artists safe and healthy. 

Susan P. Clark
"An Abstract Artist's Journal"
October 27 - November 29

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