Arts
Delaney Smith’s “Battlefield”

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Center for Visual Arts
GALLERY
Cellulose takes center stage at Denton’s Center for Visual Arts. Paper + Wood is a collaboration of wood sculptor Delaney Smith, who makes books that viewers are encouraged to mutilate, and Shelley Scott. The opening receptio...


The dancing was first-rate during Ballet Concerto’s annual summer program.

Soldiering On

Despite some setbacks, Ballet Concerto’s annual summer concert was a blast.
LEONARD EUREKA
During its four-day annual outdoor concert last weekend, Ballet Concerto had to fight through two major setbacks. Usually the company has to worry about only the weather. Too hot, too wet. But this year during set-up week, vand...



Hiroko Kubo’s “Untitled”

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WoCA Projects
GALLERY
A Hiroshima native and TCU graduate, Hiroko Kubo is displaying her enigmatic sculptures at WoCA Projects. She shares the space with The Exchange, an exhibit of prints by members of the collective Bump It Mafia.   Epitome a...


The Humphries brothers would go on to record with the legendary Roy Rogers and help create Western Swing music.

Early Fort Worth in Photos

An exhibit by the first family of photography in Fort Worth makes the rounds.
EDWARD BROWN
Before Fort Worth was a city of cowboys and culture, it was a city of, well, cowboys. The people of this not-so-long-ago time are documented beautifully in The Swartz Brothers: Fort Worth’s First Family of Photographers, a co...



Conductor Andres Franco had a blast at Concerts in the Garden Saturday.

Concerts in the Garden: Groovy, Man

EDWARD BROWN
Alright, I’m going to say it. The Woodstock-themed Concerts in the Garden last Saturday was groovy. It was a happenin’, far out, psychedelic show that hit all the right buttons. Concerts in the Garden has been going strong ...


Nick Prendergast’s “Look”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
GALLERY
Formed in 2000, Group f.8 was a photography collective that disbanded after five years of putting on shows that were highly influential in Fort Worth’s art scene. Now the original artists (including former Weekly production m...



“Claire Hinkle” was on display during Hinkle’s inaugural exhibit at Milan Gallery.

Rhapsody in Blues

James Hinkle closes one door and opens another.
EDWARD BROWN
Bluesman James Hinkle is trading in his guitar pick for a paintbrush. But don’t think he’s starting over. The 55-year-old native Fort Worthian has had a 30-year career in which he performed at Lincoln Center, toured Europe,...


(From left to right) Ukraine’s Vadym Kholodenko, Italy’s Beatrice Rana, and the United States’ Sean Chen were the big winners in the Cliburn.

Cliburn Wrap

There were a couple of surprises in the 14th version of the international piano competition.
LEONARD EUREKA
Hearing only the finals of the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Bass Performance Hall last week gave me a different perspective on the young hopefuls than the jury had. During the course of the contest, juror...



Janet Morrow’s “Untitled”

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Gallery 76102
GALLERY
Gallery 76102’s annual juried competition, 897 Square, returns this weekend to the downtown venue. The 15 artists in this year’s show were selected by guest juror William Campbell. The opening reception is this Thursday at ...


The Street: A Journey into Homelessness by B.J. Lacasse; TCU Press; $29.95; 103 pps.

The Street: Hard Hitting

In her new photo book, B.J. Lacasse humanizes homelessness.
EDWARD BROWN
There’s absolutely nothing glamorous or sexy about documenting homelessness, and that’s the point of B.J. Lacasse’s new book, The Street: A Journey into Homelessness. The Fort Worth photographer brings more than 30 years ...