Dallas Center for Photography
What is your connection to the Park?
Dallas Center for Photography (DCP) has been a partner of KWP’s for the past four years. We provide fun and engaging activities that encourage Park goers to use their photographs to tell a story. Whether it’s with our photo scavenger hunts, the Klyde-o-scope or sunprints, DCP encourages kids and adults alike to create and appreciate photography in new ways.
What does the Park mean to people?
We hear of people who were so taken by the concept of the Park that it influenced their decision to move to Dallas. The Park acts as the glue for the different parts of the Arts District and gives people of all stripes a place to play and mingle.
Local Food: DCP staff is always on the lookout for the bahn mi food truck and Steel City Pops when we are at KWP!
Books: We are always reading up on photography! Our current favorites are A Texas Journey: The Centennial Photographs of Polly Smith by Evelyn Barker and A Chronology of Photography by Thames and Hudson.
Social Media and Website
Facebook and Instagram: @dallascenterforphotography