Click here to enter and enjoy the virtual exhibiton: https://www.unthsc.edu/about-us/atrium-galery/gallery-schedule/ Caro Thompson Jackson is a native of Fort Worth and a descendent of 2pioneer families. She and her husband Don moved to Rockport, Texas in1997 and Caro began painting in 2000. After several workshops with artistsfrom Texas and New Mexico, she has developed a style… Continue reading UNTHSC’s Atrium Gallery features Caro Thompson Jackson for FWADA Spring Gallery Night Exhibition ONLINE. | Fort Worth Spring Gallery Night on March 27th, 2021 kicks off Spring Gallery Week! Many exhibitions open to the public, and some available virtually.
Support our local artists this holidays and shop art on November 29 – Artists Sunday – theSunday after Thanksgiving! Give unique, artist-created gifts this year. Find your favorite artists and discover new crafters both with our FWADA Members and on the Artists Sunday directory: FWADA Membershttps://artistssunday.com/directory/ https://videopress.com/v/V8I1qiPQ?preloadContent=metadata What is Artists Sunday? Artists Sunday is a… Continue reading Artists Sunday – #ShopArt this Thanksgiving weekend
Fort Worth Art Dealers Association has pulled together a compilation to show you different ways to engage with Fort Worth galleries and museums online! Looking for new ways to connect? In no particular order, this list is a great place to start. From the comfort of your own home, browse 10 different ways that FWADA… Continue reading 10 Ways to Stay Connected with FORT WORTH ARTS Online
The Art Galleries at TCU is pleased to announce Separate Voices, Shared Visions, featuring artists Maria de Los Angeles, Renee Magnanti, Bill Pangburn, Mary Ting, and Lobsang Tsewang. This exhibition runs March 4-21 at Moudy Gallery. Separate Voices, Shared Visionspresents five artists who address sociopolitical issues through printmaking. While each confront different social problems that have personal relevance,… Continue reading Separate Voices, Shared Visions
The Art Galleries at TCU is pleased to present No no no no I want you to be wide awake and hear details you've never heard before by Gfeller + Hellsgård at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts. This exhibition will feature a new, site-specific print installation with large, temporary wooden structures. Gfeller + Hellsgård are recognized for their commitment to rethinking and stretching the limits… Continue reading Gfeller + Hellsgård