Posts Tagged ‘817’
WED ? 23 Remember the Three Tenors? Some years after Luciano Pavarotti’s death we’re getting the Ten Tenors, a dectet of fine-looking young Australian guys singing popular and classical favorites, some suggested by audience...
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
The title Sustaining Artists and Their Environment makes the exhibit sound like something focused on the Earth and green issues.
WED ? 16 In antiquity, artists seldom gave names to their works. In the 19th century, everyone did. Then in the 20th century, many artists stopped the practice. Kimbell deputy director Malcolm Warner tries to find what’s behi...
Household objects dominate the scene in Gallery 414’s current show, Domestic Light.
Gallery at UTA
The Gallery at UTA is all about printmaking right now. One of the two shows there highlights prints made by Wisconsin artist John Hitchcock that are informed by various political and social views.
Fort Worth Weekly
WED ? 9 The Super Bowl is over, but at least one museum has kept up its football-themed art show. Grit and Glory: Six Man Football is an exhibit of photographs by Laura Wilson, who spent the 1990s in small Texas towns documenti...
Though Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday this year, most of the events celebrating it are going on during the weekend, and an unusual number of them feature classical music. On Friday, the Three Redneck Tenors visit White’s...
WED ? 2 The Amon Carter Museum’s exhibit Nature Bound: Illustrated Botanical Books just opened last week. It’s a joint venture between the museum and the nearby Botanical Research Institute of Texas to present these high-qu...
Drink specials and local music round out Super Bowl week in “Cowtown.”
You’ve got to laugh. Now that North Texas is veritably the center of the sports universe, Fort Worth has never seemed so, well, small compared to Big D. Just go online and check out some of the national headlines. The stories...
We’re touched. You like our town so much that you’re planning on staying out until the wee hours on at least one night. Excellent –– the Weekly has a warm place in its paper heart for you hearty partiers. And the Fort h...