Every two years, staff of the Dallas Museum of Art are provided the opportunity to showcase their talents in exhibition form. After Hours: Works by DMA Staff showcases over 50 intriguing works by Museum employees. Among the works are landscape paintings, photography, cross-stitch, and much more.
The School of Arts & Humanities celebrates the grand opening of the SPiN Gallery with an exhibition of works by artists who have successfully pursued their creative practice after receiving Visual Arts degrees from UT Dallas. Special programing to be announced.
The exhibition runs Oct. 1 - Nov. 11
OPENING RECEPTION: December 23rd from 7pm - 10pm
Ro2 Art and Art Tooth, are excited to present Ro2ooth Gift Grab, a collaborative small works group exhibition showcasing a diverse array of works by some of the most energetic regional artists at Ro2 Art Gallery. This marks Art Tooth’s first foray into the Dallas art scene.
Just in time for the holidays, the group exhibition offers an opportunity for all art lovers to enjoy and affordably collect fine art in an invigorating and eclectic variety of mediums, including sculpture, photography, painting and prints by some of the metroplex’s most beloved emerging and midcareer artists.
Wyatt Adams, Alexa Alarcon, Greg Bahr, Jessica Beatty, Gillian Bradshaw-Smith, Ari Brielle, Lael Burns, Mick Burson ,Sophia Ceballos, Charles Clary. Ray-Mel Cornelious, Ken Craft, Val Curry, Hillary Dohoney, Chance Dunlap, Erika Duque, Cuyler Etheredge, Austin Fields, Cheryl Finfrock, Jessica Fuentes, Adam Benjamin Fung, Ollie Gee, Michelle Cortez Gonzales, Joshua Goode, Jessika Gúilleń, Linda Dee Guy, Terry Hays, Ronnie Heart, Carina Hiscock, Jeremy Joel, Brian K. Jones, Sonali Khatti, Bumin Kim, Tuba Köymen, Lindsey Larsen, Yuni Lee, Julia Mclain, Melissa Mohammadi, Jeanne Neal, Mark S. Nelson, The Nomadic Fungi Institute, Jeff Parrott, Alexander Paulus, Brandon Pederson, Julon Pinkston, Robin Ragin, Jana Renee, Kathy Robinson-Hays, Brian K. Scott, Sewer Humor, Erica Stephens, Clay Stinnett, Benjamin Terry, Chip Tompkins, Diana Urbina, Fabiola Valenzuela, Peggy Wauters, Scott Winterrowd, James Zamora
Friday, December 16 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Saturday, December 17 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Coming Home: Community Conversations on Public Art is an ongoing temporary public art project that will engage Fort Worth residents of all ages and cultural backgrounds in a dialog about the future of public art in our city.
Join us in the art gallery at Artes de la Rosa's Mariachi Christmas Concert before the show on Friday and Saturday night as we ask, "what kind of public art would you like to see in Fort Worth and where?" Your answers will inform the new Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan.
This pop up project will be taking place in the art gallery before Mariachi Christmas. To attend the concert, tickets are required. Information about the concert at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1082004461836380/
Conceived and led by ACT United, comprised of artists Carol Benson, Lauren Cross, Tom Diel, Jessica Fuentes, and Tiffany Wolf Smith.
More information on this public art project at Fort Worth Public Art.
In November 2016, WoCA Projects is partnering with the Fort Worth Community Arts Center once again to present its 4th Annual Juried Artists' Books Exhibition exploring the diversity within the artist book medium, including both traditional book-binded forms as well as (but not limited to) those works that use books as a reference or metaphor to create other conceptual forms. Examples might explore the interchangeable use of of mixed-media, painting, drawing, printmaking, fiber arts, photography, sculpture, ceramics, sound, film/video, and installations in the creation or referencing of the book form. Note: the inclusion of text and exact references to traditional books not required.
WoCA Projects is a non-profit arts organization featuring contemporary artworks by local, national, and international women artists of color through exhibitions and community artist programming. And supports the work of all artists (from all nationalities and backgrounds) whose work explores equality in its diverse methods and interpretations.
At this celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the Fort Worth Public Art Program, ACTunited artists will debut their latest project, Coming Home: Community Conversations on Public Art. This ongoing temporary public art project will engage Fort Worth residents in a dialog about the future of public art in our city. Come see what we have in store for the months ahead as we work toward an update of the Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan.
In conjunction with the celebration, FWPA is pleased to announce the release of the first-ever FWPA collection catalog, The Commissioned Works: 2001 - 2015. This comprehensive volume features over fifty projects commissioned and completed since 2001. Confirm your attendance to reserve a complimentary copy to be picked up at the event, so RSVP today!
Bring your family and friends and join us for light refreshments, music, and fun.
Please RSVP at email@example.com. More information is also available at www.fwpublicart.org.
Coming Home: Community Conversations on Public Art is an ongoing temporary public art project that will engage Fort Worth residents of all ages and cultural backgrounds in a dialog about the future of public art in our city. Conceived and led by ACT United, comprised of artists Carol Benson, Lauren Cross, Tom Diel, Jessica Fuentes, and Tiffany Wolf Smith, the input gathered will inform the Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan Update being developed by Barbara Goldstein & Associates.
Telling the story of the present without forgetting the past, this show will focus on the Arlington based F6 Gallery, that was the starting off point for so many DFW artists. The show will have a 6 year span of artists, from painters, sculpters, graffiti, audio/visual along with installations to folk art. Please join us at the Grackle Art Gallery on Oct 1st for a reunion of sorts, a night to get the tribe back together again.
Jessica Fuentes leads the May 1 Drawing from the Collection program at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.