If you needed a reminder that it’s September already, Fall Gallery Night lands this Saturday evening. Many shows are up through next month, but you’ll want to hurry to catch some of the more short-lived ones, such as Grackle Art Gallery’s enigmatically titled Dristen Smet Rode 50 Miles, Milan Gallery’s group show of six artists, or the Center for Architecture’s Pro Bono Publica, which features conceptual proposals for improving life in Fort Worth. The best of the shows might well be the one at SiNaCa Studios, where the crafty collective Piranha Bear takes over.
At the new Fringe Art Studio, you can catch Gallery Night’s intersection with embRACE theSTREET, an annoyingly capitalized title for a project to create a new walkable arts district on Race Street, just northeast of downtown Fort Worth. Fringe will display works by owner Rebecca Kale and the collective known as Art-Hunger. In addition, you can find live music, body painting, food trucks, a dog park, strolling entertainers, and the unveiling of a newly installed community garden, not delayed at all by the recent theft of some of the frames. A whole new Fort Worth potentially awaits you this weekend. Let’s see how it looks.
Fall Gallery Night is Saturday at various venues. Check Calendar for locations. Admission is free.