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  • The Amon Carter Museum of American Art 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
    Director: Andrew Walker
    Hours: Tue., Wed., Fri. and Sat. 10am to 5pm; Thur. 10am to 8pm; Sunday 12pm - 5pm (Closed Monday and major holidays).
    Email: pr@cartermuseum.org
    Phone:
    817-738-1933
    Fax: 817-989-5079
    Web: www.cartermuseum.org
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The Amon Carter Museum or American Art was established through the generosity of Amon G. Carter Sr. (1879-1955) to house his collection of paintings and sculpture by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell; to collect, preserve, and exhibit the finest examples of American art; and to serve an educational role through exhibitions, publications, and programs devoted to the study of American art. The Carter houses one of the nation's preeminent collections of American art, from works by the early nineteenth-century artist-explorers through those of the mid-twentieth-century modernists and up to the work of contemporary photographers. The museum also holds one of the most comprehensive collections of work by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell.

  • Art on the Boulevard 4919 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Suite B, Fort Worth 76107
    Artistic Director:
    Jennifer Stufflebeam
    Hours:
    Tuesday through Saturday, 10am - 5pm or by appointment
    Email:
    artonboulevard@aol.com
    Phone:
    817-737-6368
    Web: www.artontheboulevard.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Art on the Boulevard operates as an artist’s cooperative, with ten artists in attendance. The gallery has been in business since April 2001. The art media represented includes acrylic and oils on canvas, watercolor and mixed media on canvas and paper, and photography. The styles range from photo realism, impressionism, to abstract expressionism.

    The gallery hosts six shows per year beginning in February with our Valentine’s Day Show, Spring Gallery Night in March, Early Summer show in July, Fall Gallery Night in September, Annual Art and Words Open Show in October, and the Holiday Show in early December.

  • Artes de la Rosa 1440 North Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76164
    Artistic Director: Adam Adolfo
    Hours: Weekdays 11am - 6pm, please call for weekend hours
    Email: info@artesdelarosa.org
    Phone:
    817-624-8333
    Fax: 817-624-8258
    Web: www.artesdelarosa.org
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Artes de la Rosa, formerly Latin Arts Association of Fort Worth, is the non-profit organization that manages the historic gem of Fort Worth's Northside - The Rose Marine Theater, Artes de la Rosa, and Fort Worth's only Hispanic theater company - Teatro de la Rosa. Artes de la Rosa obtained its non-profit status from the IRS in November, 1999, and though still a young organization, has quickly managed to become an award-winning organization receiving praise for its children's programming and critical acclaim for its productions. Artes de la Rosa is dedicated to preserving, promoting, and interpreting the art, culture, lives, and history of the Latino community by: (1) establishing a venue for Latino art and cultural performances; (2) offering educational art/culture programs to the community including at-risk youth in low-income neighborhoods; (3) providing opportunities and support for established and emerging artists and performers; and (4) serving as the central support organization and resource center for Latino art and culture in the City of Fort Worth.

  • Artspace 111 111 Hampton St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102
    Director:
    Margery Grella
    Hours:
    Tuesday through Friday, 10am - 5pm with appointments on weekends
    Email:
    art@artspace111.com
    Phone:
    817-692-3228
    Web: www.artspace111.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Since its inception in 1980, Artspace111 has evolved into a dynamic contemporary art gallery located on the outskirts of downtown Fort Worth. The gallery focuses on emerging and mid-career Texas artists working in a variety of media. Artspace 111 continues its unique tradition of incorporating working studios into its exhibition space. It is here that artists are able to come together and create not only art, but a creative community. Monthly shows, as well as the open studios, keep the artists? newest ideas before the public eye.

    Artspace 111 is dedicated to its vital role in the city of Fort Worth, and to making contemporary art
    approachable to individuals of all ages. With its sculpture garden and its distinctive architectural character, the gallery offers a striking setting to host fundraisers, as well as corporate and private events, and is also available.

  • Atrium-Soon Warren-Koi Pond3500 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
    Director:
    Shea Patterson Young
    Hours:
    M-F 8am - 5pm and by appointment
    Email:
    shea.pattersonyoung@unthsc.edu
    Phone:
    817-735-0301
    Fax: 817-735-2486
    Web: https://www.unthsc.edu/about-us/atrium-gallery/
    Visitor Admission: Free

    In keeping with its location in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District, UNT Health Science Center houses the Atrium Gallery on the first floor of the EAD Building, at the corner of Montgomery Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard. This is the spot where art meets science. As a non-profit entity, the primary focus of the Atrium Gallery at UNTHSC is to support our local art community by acting as a forum for both emerging and renowned artists to share their work with the community. The Atrium Gallery at UNTHSC is an active public exhibition space and as such, has 8 to 10 shows a year featuring a diverse range of works. The gallery also serves to augment and enhance the academic environment of the Health Science Center and strives to foster a respect and understanding of the visual arts.

  • Fort Works Art 2100 Montgomery Street, Forth Worth, TX 76107
    Gallery Coordinator:
    Mimi Clemons
    Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9am - 6pm
    Email:
    mimi@fortworksart.com>
    Phone:
    817.759.9475
    Web: www.fortworksart.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Fort Works Art is committed to bringing life, vitality and energy to the art scene in Fort Worth. They are a resource for both seasoned collectors and the everyday individual. Existing somewhere between a gallery, a cultural center and a museum, Fort Works Art strives to continually evolve into its own entity, free from the traditional labels of the art world. They exist to support the arts, to give back to the community and to inspire youth.

  • Fort Worth Community Arts Center 1300 Gendy, Forth Worth, TX 76109
    Director:
    Elaine Taylor
    Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 - 5pm
    Email:
    gallerymanager@fwcac.org
    Phone:
    817-298-3021
    Fax: 817-732-3766
    Web: www.fwcac.org
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The mission of the FWCAC is to provide the Fort Worth community with a facility for visual and performing artists; and arts organizations with affordable and accessible rehearsal, performance, exhibition, classroom and meeting spaces. We sponsor 6 exhibitions a year in the Focus Galleries, an international open Works on Paper Show every year and a local open Biennial in even years. The FWCAC is the home of the Texas Artists Coalition, a membership program for artists, which promotes the growth of artists and the artistic community in Fort Worth.

  • Fort Worth Community Arts Center 2900 Berry Street at Green Street, Forth Worth, TX 76109
    Director: Christina Rees
    Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 12-5pm
    Email: theartgalleries@tcu.edu
    Phone: 817-257-2588
    Fax: 817-738-3766
    Web: www.theartgalleries.tcu.edu
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Fort Worth Contemporary Arts offers a platform for innovative contemporary art from an international context. Its regular changing exhibition program seeks to reflect significant developments in art and its critical reception. Fort Worth Contemporary Arts also allows TCU students to interact with all aspects of the planning, implementation, and staging of exhibitions within a pedagogical setting.

  • Gallery 414 414 Templeton, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
    Director: John Hartley
    Hours: 12:00pm to 5:00pm, weekend and by appointment only
    Email: art@gallery414.org
    Phone:
    817-336-6595
    Web: www.gallery414.org
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Gallery 414 opened in September, 1995. Promoting and exhibiting contemporary art in a variety of media and subject matter, Gallery 414 offers an alternative, non-commercial art space showing a mixture of talented artists both known and new to Fort Worth art patrons. Exhibitions feature artists of different sensibilities and experience, providing both artists and patrons a new artistic perspective. Exhibiting artists show a unique vision and passion for self-expression in a chosen medium.

  • Gallery 76102 1401 Jones Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102
    Business Operations Coordinator: Christina Graves
    Hours: 12 to 6 pm Wednesday through Saturday
    Email: cgraves@uta.edu
    Phone:
    817-272-5918
    Web: uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The mission of the UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center's Gallery 76102 is to engage and support the art community in the City of Fort Worth and North Texas. While the majority of our exhibition schedule features artists with a connection to Fort Worth and the surrounding Metroplex, the gallery regularly invites artists from elsewhere to exhibit their work for the benefit of the local art community.

  • The Gallery at UTAFine Arts Building, University of Texas at Arlington
    502 South Cooper, Arlington, Texas, 76019
    Director: Benito Huerta
    Hours: Mon. - Fri. 10am - 5pm; Sat. 12pm - 5pm
    Email: bhuerta@uta.edu
    Phone: 817-272-3110
    Fax: 817-272-2805
    Web: www.uta.edu/gallery
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The mission of The Gallery is the presentation of contemporary art in a critical and creative context. This includes supporting the creation of new art by regional, national and international artists through residencies, exhibitions, and other programming forums. We try to schedule thought provoking exhibitions that showcase a wide variety of different media and conceptual bases to engage both the general public and the university community. As a not-for-profit university space, we can present a comprehensive representation of contemporary art without having to base curatorial decisions on issues of censorship or marketability. We offer free tours of exhibitions by appointment as well as free lectures, receptions and gallery talks that are open to the public. Community and school groups have used the space for meetings, mini-exhibitions and receptions, which we are happy to accommodate, based on availability. You might not always like or understand the art you see here, but you definitely will go away remembering it and thinking about it.

  • 3270 Canberra Court at East Berry, Fort Worth, Texas 76105
    Director: Dr. Eddie McAnthony
    Hours: By appointment only
    Phone: 817-536-5750
    Email: eddiemc69@sbcglobal.net
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/art.mcanthony
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Special Emphasis on African American Art
    By Appointment Only
    NOT OPEN GALLERY NIGHT

  • The Modern3200 Darnell, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
    Director: Marla Price
    Hours: Tue., Wed., Thur., Sat. 10am - 5pm; Fri. 10am - 8pm; Sun 11pm - 5pm
    Email: info@themodern.org
    Phone:
    817-738-9215
    Fax: 817-735-1161
    Web: www.themodern.org

    Modern and contemporary art, including paintings, sculpture, photography, and works on paper. Contemporary sculpture is on view outdoors. General admission charge. Wheelchair accessible.

  • National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame 1720 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
    Director: Patricia W. Riley
    Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9:30am - 5pm, Sun. 11:45am - 5pm
    Phone: 817-336-4475 Fax: 817-336-2470
    Web: www.cowgirl.net
    Visitor Admission:

    Admission includes both National Cowgirl Museum and Museum of Science and History exhibits.
    Adults - $8
    Children (3-12)/Seniors (60+) - $7
    Children under 3 - Free
    Members of the National Cowgirl Museum and Fort Worth Museum of Science and History - Free

    The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors and celebrates women, past and present, whose lives exemplify the courage, resilience, and independence that helped shape the American West, and fosters an appreciation of the ideals and spirit of self-reliance they inspire. The Museum will become the leading institution devoted to Women of the West with an enhanced reputation for quality and accuracy. Through its exhibitions, programming, archives, and oral history work it will be a center of research, an essential resource for information, and an important repository for primary materials on how women shape the American West. The Museum will attract a wide audience and be a place where people can learn, be inspired, and gain understanding of the broader definition of Cowgirl.

  • Rebecca Low 7608 Camp Bowie West, Fort Worth, Texas, 76116
    Director:
    Rebecca Low
    Hours: Wed. - Fri. 10am - 5pm, Sat. 11am - 4pm, or by appointment
    Email: rebecca@rebeccalow.com
    Phone: 817-244-1151
    Toll Free: 877-879-8006
    Web: www.rebeccalow.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio is a gallery, sculpture garden, and working studio that is all about metal. There are metal sculptures for interior and exterior installations, freestanding or for the wall. Some works incorporate wind, water, and/or fire. Others combine metal and glass, terracotta and metal, metal and fabric, and paintings and metal. Most works are one-of-a-kind and range from beautiful bronzes to humorous, impressionistic and abstract compositions. Paintings that have a relationship with metal and beautifully handcrafted jewelry are also available. The artists represented range from new and emerging to internationally known. Artists represented are Rebecca Low, Nic Noblique, Patricia Naylor, Kent Maris, Scott Peterson, Matthew Patterson, Rita Dee, Conrad Quijas, photo manipulations by Michael Sibley, and jewelry by Dale Ousley and Juliette E. Edgerton, "The Resourceress". All of our artists accept commissions.

  • Sid Richardson 309 Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102
    Director:
    Mary Burke
    Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-5pm; Fri-Sat 9am-8pm; Sun 12-5pm
    Email: info@sidrichardsonmuseum.org
    Phone: 817.332.6554
    Fax: 817.338.4554
    Web: www.sidrichardsonmuseum.org
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The Sid Richardson Museum, located in historic Sundance Square, features permanent and special exhibitions of art of the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century American West, with an emphasis on the premier Western artists, Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell. The works are the legacy of the late oilman and philanthropist, Sid Williams Richardson, and were acquired by him from 1942 until his death in 1959. Following Sid Richardson's philosophy of helping others, this free museum offers educational resources and programs for both adults and children.

  • SiNaCa Studios 1013 W. Magnolia Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76104
    Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10am - 5pm
    Email: clifton@sinacastudios.org
    Phone: 817.899.0024
    Web: www.sinacastudios.org
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The mission of SiNaCa Studios - School of Glass & Gallery is to provide an opportunity to experience the rich tradition of glass as a creative medium through education and studio involvement. In pursuing its mission, SiNaCa Studios will continue to develop and maintain the highest standards of a multi-disciplined, comprehensive art glass education. SiNaCa Studios is a non-profit public access studio and gallery.

    SiNaCa Studios offers a range of educational programs in four main disciplines of glass art. Our facility houses a glass-specific gallery space and studios for Glassblowing, Kiln-Forming, Torch Work and Cold-Worked Glass. Our goal is to serve the needs of as many students as possible with courses covering beginning through professional levels of knowledge in the various art glass disciplines. Affiliation with area school districts and universities will allow us to serve younger individuals of all ages that are still involved in their formal education. Older students, professionals and those that are simply curious about the glass arts will find a selection of workshops and alternate classes that will allow them to participate with programs geared towards accommodating their work and personal schedules.



  • 4801 Marine Creek Parkway, Fort Worth, TX 76179
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-10pm, Friday 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am-3pm
    Email: eduardo.aguilar@tccd.edu or cathy.thorton-evans@tccd.edu
    Phone:
    817-515-7686 or 817-515-7207
    Fax: 817-515-7036
    Web: www.tccd.edu
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Tarrant County College Northwest Campus Lakeview Gallery features professional local, national, and international artists. Serving primarily as a teaching space, the gallery is always open to the public. In addition to viewing the changing exhibitions in the gallery, visitors can view the permanent art collection displayed throughout the campus. Also available for tours are the four visual arts studios on campus and a sculpture studio located at Meacham Airport, three miles from campus.

  • The Upstairs Gallery1038 West Abram, Arlington, TX 76013
    Directors: J.T. Martin and Martha Sue Meek
    Hours: Monday through Saturday from 11am - 5pm
    Email: upstairsgallery@yahoo.com
    Phone: 817-277-6961
    Web: www.upstairsartgallery.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    The Upstairs Gallery began in 1967 when Eleanor Grace Martin and her artist friends started a co-op gallery in an upstairs space in downtown Arlington. When the city bought the block where the gallery rented space to build the public library, Mrs. Martin moved the gallery to a historic house on Abram Street, where it continues to promote and sell works by artists living in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. The only commercial fine art gallery in Arlington, it has found an audience for paintings in a range of styles from current-traditional to challenging contemporary. It has a strong collection of contemporary ceramics. It often takes a chance on emerging young artists, but it also has on hand a sampling of works by some of the important Texas artist it represented during the seventies and eighties The Gallery offers art classes and workshops in the old house that stand behind it that draw artists from all over the world.

  • Weiler House 3126 Handley Drive, Fort Worth 76112
    Director: Bill Ryan
    Hours: 10am-9pm Wed-Sat, Sun 12-6pm, Tue by appointment
    Email: bill@weilerhousefineart.com
    Phone: 817.457.3343
    Web:www.weilerhousefineart.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Located within the historic Handley area of Fort Worth, Weiler House Fine Art Gallery is home to an eclectic collection of fine art. Browse fine landscape oil paintings, American art glass, wildlife watercolors, etchings, woodblock prints, stone lithographs, fine miniature oil paintings, fine still life and figurative paintings, handcrafted jewelry, bronzes, finely woven baskets from the Darien rain forest in Panama, handcrafted pottery. Emphasis is on fine representational art. Whether you are a discerning collector or just interested in fine art, Weiler House Fine Art Gallery is worth the visit. Representing Texas, regional and national artists.

  • William Campbell Contemporary Art 4935 Byers Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
    Directors: William and Pam Campbell
    Hours: Tue. - Fri. 10am - 5pm; Sat. 11am - 4pm; and by appointment
    Email: wcca@flash.net
    Phone: 817-737-9566
    Fax: 817-737-5466
    Web: www.williamcampbellcontemporaryart.com
    Visitor Admission: Free

    Contemporary paintings, drawings, original prints, photography, sculpture and ceramics by nationally recognized and emerging artists from Texas. Fine art appraisals by certified member of American Society of Appraisers.

 

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