Video Tours

In response to FWADA SPRING 2020 GALLERY NIGHT‘s postponement to an unknown date, our #FWADAMembers have come together to share video tours of exhibitions and artwork as well as other online content.

Through the month of May, keep an eye on this page for new videos and inside looks from our Members, Friends, and local Sponsors. And don’t forget to check out the Gallery Guide if you want more insight into Gallery Night’s typical offerings!


Caribbean Fantasia | Fort Worth Contemporary Arts (TCU Art Galleries)

Artist featured: Raphaël Barontini. In this video, TCU Art Galleries Director, Sara-Jayne Parsons, and artist Raphaël Barontini walk you through his exhibition “Caribbean Fantasia”, on-view at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts. Paris-based artist Raphaël Barontini uses photographic imagery on textiles to create installations that conjure spectacle, celebration and ritual.
Other online features: 3D Virtual Exhbition Walkthrough ;   Exhibition Opening Parade Video ;   TCU Art Galleries on ARTSY
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts | 2900 W. Berry St., Fort Worth, TX 76109, TCU Campus

Studio111: Collective Inspiration | Artspace111
*Extended Through June 21, 2020*

The distinguished group of artists in the show includes Daniel Blagg, Dennis Blagg, Doug Blagg, Woodrow Blagg, Cindi Holt, Nancy Lamb, Al Souza, Bill Haveron, Susan Harrington, John Hartley, Jim Malone, Carol Benson, Matt Clark, Leslie Lanzotti, Joaqhim Kurstin, and Jo Ann Mulroy. The exhibition features select artists who had studio space at Artspace111 since 1980, when it was known simply as Studio111. Alongside current work by each artist, the show dives into the artists’ archives of memorabilia, photography, and stories from the studio days at ArtspaceIII.
Our 5 minute video tour incorporates and is inspired conceptually by Dennis Blagg’s story he shared for the exhibition.
Video created by William Grella.
Artspace111 | 111 Hampton Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102

Endangered Animals | Artes de la Rosa 

Artist featured: Stormie Parker.
A visual tour of the show “Endangered Americas” with insights by artist Stormie Parker. These beautiful ceramic works depict animals with humanistic expressions to allow the viewer to empathize with their natural struggle as species facing extinction.
Un recorrido visual de la exposición “Endangered Americas” con commentarios de la artista Stormie Parker. Estas hermosas obras de cerámica representan animales con expresiones humanísticas para permitirle al espectador empatizar con su lucha natural como especies que se enfrentan a la extinción.
Artes de la Rosa | 1440 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76164

Flesh and Blood | Kimbell Art Museum 

Guillaume Kientz, Curator of European Art at the Kimbell Art Museum, gives a virtual tour of “Flesh and Blood: Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum.”
Kimbell Art Museum | 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107

GEMS | William Campbell Contemporary Art

Artists featured: Michelle BENOIT, Jeff KELLAR, Arno KORTSCHOT, Steve MURPHY. Gallerist Pam Campbell voices a video tour through the exhibition of abstract and geometric artworks, GEMS. “All four artists work in universal, nonrepresentational formats, creating artwork that evokes the perfection of industry, while retaining physical and spiritual ties to the natural world. They are unique, and therefore rare, gems to be mined for their enticing visual and psychological narratives.”
William Campbell Contemporary Art | 4935 Byers Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Manifest | Gallery 440
Friend of FWADA

Artists featured: Kelly Aldridge, Arielle Austin, Gerald Bell, Randy Padorr-Black, Jenny Lee, Ryan Oswald, Julia Ross, Patricia TiIllman. Manifest: A curated exhibition of abstract works by selected contemporary regional artists. Manifest focuses on the quest for reality through abstract application of paint, collage, sculpture and other mixed media.
Gallery 440 | 440 S Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Outsider | Artes de la Rosa 

Annex Gallery of Artes de la Rosa would be featuring local artist Brenda Ciardiello for Gallery Night.
“Outsider” focuses primarily on watercolor landscapes and botanicals. As part of the creative process, Ciardiello immersed herself physically in her subject matter by traveling to the coast and coastal rainforests.
Artes de la Rosa | 1440 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76164

Oh Yes It’s Ladies Night | McAnthony’s Multicultural Studio and Gallery

Artists featured: Meridell Armour, Sanah Bowers, Yvette Crocker, Jacqui Dorsey, Linda Gamble Camp, Carrie D Hunt, Toni Jones, Mrs. Platte E. La Rue, Cynthia Lee, Beth McAnthony, Rita Jo Sanders, Jane Siebenthall, Karen Shields Smith, Tanya Starks, Stephanie Yearby. “Featuring artworks in various media, by female artists from all walks of life.”
McAnthony’s Multicultural Studio and Gallery | 3270 Canberra Ct. @ East Berry
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Ruckus Rodeo | The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Artist featured: Red Grooms. Curatorial Assistant Janelle Montgomery leads a video tour through Red Grooms’s “Ruckus Rodeo.”
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth | 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Roots & Reflections |Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus

Artists featured: Devin Jones, Alexis Muhirwa, Greg Humphries, Ethan Vargas, Angelina Villatoro, Cristian Villegas, Siomara Jones, Casey Allen, Mathew Rodreguez, Marco Martinez, Lizbhet Sanchez, Courtney Leach, Stella Haley, Diane Wanger, Mary K. Maturo, Khloi Charles, Josiah Leblanc, Darashagam Nagal, Rebecca M. Smith, Arianna Figueroa, Juanita Hernandez, Alina Shah, Sarah Tieu, Tristian Roland, Jacob Pugh, Johnnie Cunningham, Mariska Martinez, Khyan Freelon, Dylan Robinson, Ashley Roh, Katja Vollmer, Erick Suarez, Victor Alva, Rolando Gavlan, Johnathan Johnson, Tyler J. King, Marco Jimenez, Cindy Renteria, Tamara Smith, Karla Hernandez, Emily Barrentes Chaves.
Announcing TCC’s newest student publication: Roots and Reflections.! This annual magazine is produced entirely by members of the Trinity River student body, advised by associate professors Dr. Jerrica Jordan and Professor Janae Corrado. It showcases both student writing and art. Be on the lookout for the Fall release party featuring an awards ceremony.
Direct link to magazine online:
Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus | 300 Trinity Campus Circle, Fort Worth TX 76102

The Art of Performance | Moncrief Cancer Institute in collaboration with TCU Art Galleries

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The Moncrief Cancer Institute Spring 2020 exhibition features works on paper from TCU’s Permanent Art Collection. Focusing on the art of performance, the exhibition showcases how communities view and create performances together. Curated by current M.A. Art History at Texas Christian University.

Current Exhibition at College Town Renaissance Center
Friend of FWADA


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College Town Renaissance Center | 1209 W. Abram Street, Arlington, TX 76013

Current Exhibitions in Gallery and Gardens at Rebecca Low Sculpture

Artists featured: Rebecca Low, Terry Jones, Michael Bane, Nic Noblique, David Mikitka, Christian Hootsell, R.D. Nall, Joe Allred, Dale Ousely, and Juliette Edgerton. In this video walk through of Low’s gallery, one will see a diversity of unique sculptures, many of which may be installed outdoors.
Rebecca Low Sculpture Gallery, Inc | 7608 Camp Bowie West, Fort Worth, TX 76116

UNT Health Science Center High School Art Show 2020 – Digital |  UNTHSC 

UNT HSC high school art show

Artists featured: Artists from regional high schools. A slideshow pdf that showcases the artwork of various artists, hosted by University of North Texas’s Health Science Center in Forth Worth.
UNTHSC High School Art Show 2020
UNTHSC High School Art Show WINNERS
UNT Health Science Center, Atrium Gallery | 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Current Exhibition at Atrium Gallery at UNT Health Science Center

Artists featured: Caro Thompson Jackson and Amy Llewellyn Biggs. “These two artists share a joy of color and whimsy. Caro’s style borders impressionism, mainly concentrating on landscapes in oil. While mountains and southwest images capture her fancy, a recent trip to Guatemala sparked her love of color, inspiring new work. Amy leans more toward the abstract. Her series of charming, stylized portraiture is done on backgrounds with deep family ties. Acrylic, watercolor, and pastel make up her mediums. It is a happy exhibition. Come see their world through rose colored glasses.”
UNT Health Science Center | Carl E. Everett EAD Building, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd, 76107

Gallery Night Virtual Celebration

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