Breweries of North Texas: A Photographic Narrative - Opening Reception

Black-and-white photograph from "Breweries of North Texas: A Photographic Narrative," an exhibition by Frances Moulin.

Frances Moulin

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There’s no question that the craft brewery business has boomed in North Texas over the past few years; there are about 50 across Dallas-Fort Worth. University of Texas at Dallas art student Frances Moulin, a Spring, Texas, native and 10-year Dallas resident, visited 24 of them, taking 1,500 photos along the way. More than 50 of those photos, plus a book Moulin created for her senior honors thesis, will be on display in the UT-Dallas Visual Arts Building, beginning with an opening reception March 25. The exhibit will share the space with another photographic display, 'Posed Beauty' by Rocquel “Roxy” Dijon Carpenter.

After a yearlong journey documenting the Dallas-Fort Worth brewery landscape in black-and-white film, Frances Moulin will exhibit her work as part of her senior honors thesis at The University of Texas at Dallas. She visited 24 breweries from Dallas to Fort Worth, Cedar Creek to Sherman, and Denton to Granbury, taking approximately 1,500 photographs along the way. Moulin’s selected prints, exhibition and book will focus on local brewery owners who decided to pursue a dream, the people who love and support their products and the unique spaces that bring them all together.

The exhibition opens with a reception on March 25 and will be on view in the Visual Arts Building through April 23.

Photograph by Frances Moulin
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