In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re heading to the Fort Worth Community Arts Center for a very special Gallery Night.
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Today in the roundup: The DSO wraps its tour, Fort Worth’s “most democratic institution” and words with Jim Gaffigan.
Guest blogger Julissa Treviño shares some video of the actors and suggests you catch this play over the weekend.
Today in the roundup: Local music bits, hidden art in Fort Worth and the DMA’s jack of all trades.
A Philip Glass-Allen Ginsberg collaboration from 1990, ‘Hydrogen Jukebox’ is another smart bit of counter-programming by the Fort Worth Opera. The chamber opera about Ginsberg’s America, circa 1950s thru ’90s, can be potent, even ravishing — when it isn’t tiresome.
Elaine Taylor at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center just sent over a note that there are still a few open slots for Thursday’s Professional Review. Benito Huerta, Director of The Gallery at UTA; Christina Rees, Director of The Art Galleries at TCU; or Judy Nelson, accredited art appraiser and curator, will be doing the […]
ART ALL AROUND: The Fort Worth Community Arts Center’s Biennial show features work by a whopping 405 people – everyone from newbies to accomplished artists. And coinciding with that event is the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s Spring Gallery Night on Saturday. If you’re a visual arts lover, this is your weekend. But where to […]
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re taking a closer look at the Trinity River with Trinity Perspectives: Views of an Urban River.
Last week, I shared some of the images from the upcoming Trinity Perspectives show at For Worth Community Arts Center. And since then, I’ve had some more come my way, so I thought I would post them, as well as any thoughts the artist sent along, a few at a time as we get closer […]
Fort Worth photographer Alex Braverman discusses his twin photographic passions and his current show at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center as part of this week’s Art&Seek Q&A.