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Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
Exhibition: Like Yesterday | 2020 TCU MFA Candidacy Exhibition
LikeYesterday_Showcard_A7_Final_A.jpgFeatured Artists: Clint Bargers, Ashley May Stecenko, Chris Wicker, and Zeke Williams
Exhibition Dates: January 17 – February 15, 2020
Reception: Friday, January 17, 6-8pm
Hours: Wed-Sat, 12-5pm
Visitor Admission: Free
Contact: , 817-257-2588

 The Art Galleries at TCU present the university’sMFA candidacy exhibition Like Yesterday. The work in the exhibition revolves around themes of memory and recollection through means of painting, sculpture and new media. The show is the culmination of the students’ first half of graduate school and shows the work they have created up to this point.  Explore what they have been creating in their studios and the themes that propel their processes.

Moudy Gallery
Exhibition: On Display: The Art of Performance and Audience  78994892_2498231233757272_1786350728894218240_o
Exhibition Dates Date: January 16 – February 6, 2020
Reception: Thursday, January 16, 5-7pm
Hours: Mon-Fri, 11am-4pm, and Sat, 1-4pm
Visitor Admission: Free
Contact: , 817-257-2588

This exhibition is curated by Texas Christian University’s graduate level Art History students: Phoebe Grace Adams, Emma Fletcher, Paulina Martín, Kim Phan Nguyen, and Sarah Webb. 
“On Display” presents a selection of twenty works on paper from the TCU Permanent Art Collection that explore the broad concept of performance. “Performance” here encompasses literal theatrical performance as well as metaphorical performance, such as labor, religion, or femininity; each concept in turn addresses the importance of audience and participation. The selection of artwork in this exhibition represents many different cultural ideas about performance, with works from Texas, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, and more.

On January 21st, from 5:30-6:30pm, the curators will lead a guided tour of selected pieces in the exhibition, followed by a performance by the International Leadership of Texas youth guitar ensemble.


William Campbell Contemporary Art
Exhibition: Otis Jones
Featured Artist: Otis Jones Aqua Circle 2_ 2019 2 croppedExhibition Dates: Nov. 23, 2019 – Jan. 18, 2020
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10am – 5:00pm; Saturday 11am – 4pm; by appointment
Visitor Admission: Free

Contact:, 817.737.9566

This show features a selection of Otis 

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Jones’s tactile, depth-driven, nonrepresentational paintings that reveal and revel in the artist’s process and his relationship with the materials. “I’m making things that speak to me and that reflect on my aesthetic and my soul,” remarks Jones, who juxtaposes the formal with the organic and the personal with the universal to create quiet, contemplative microenvironments. To achieve this, he reduces subject matter to its formal elements, highlighting the vastness of simplicity.