Our mission is to promote art and film in Texas, highlight local artists and film events, and inform our readers with unique critiques and interviews. Texas Art & Film also focuses on theatrically release feature films, screen actors and professionals in the business of creating film.
Texas Art & Film is a non-profit magazine focused on serving those who appreciate art and film. This online magazine was founded in Galveston, Texas in 2009.
Since then TAF has become recognized in print, online and in broadcasting through our dedication and efforts to provide up to date reviews, interviews and content. Bringing Hollywood to the Third coast.
Joining with local and state wide affiliates like, CW39 NewsFix, The Galveston Daily News, The Island Guide, E-Guide and Galveston.com, TAF has been able to reach farther and grow substantially. Our film reviews and coverage now reach over 1 million readers, viewers and followers.
Dustin began writing reviews in 1997 and has written over 2000 movie critiques and counting, along with entertainment articles and news stories. Dustin has also interviewed actors, producers and other film industry icons. His coverage extends from film festivals and movie premiers to the Academy Awards. He is also the weekly featured film critic on “Flix Fix” on CW39 NewsFix, and movie critic for the oldest newspaper in Texas. Dustin is a member of the Houston Film Critics Society.
Dr. Copeland is a retired clinical psychologist and has numerous publications in that field. She currently writes reviews and feature articles for the Texas Art & Film site and her own blog, drdonnasfilmreviews.blogspot.com. She also co-chairs the Film Program Committee sponsored by the Houston Psychoanalytic Society and the Jung Center, and presents films in that venue. Donna is also a member of the Houston Film Critics Society.
Evan has been involved in publishing since 1992. As founder of Texas Art & Film in 2009, Evan sought to promote both art and film in Texas. Evan has been featured for both his photojournalism and writing in many US and international publications. His continuous contributions to the magazine and striving for quality has helped TAF become what it is today.
Michael Woody first started out as a copy editor and international correspondent during his time in Tokyo. With a degree in psychology, he is now studying graphic design at Seattle’s Central Creative Academy. Michael also works with TAF during on location film festivals.