Posts Tagged ‘art’
Philip van Keuren’s “Tree VIII”


UTA Gallery’s shows actually opened more than a week ago, but the opening reception is still Friday at 5:30pm. Here, you can see Philip van Keuren’s black-and-white nature photographs as well as Liz Ward’s microbiology-in...

MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibit catches on at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 8 The Dallas VideoFest kicks off today with a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger, a 1926 film based on the story of Jack the Ripper. Later on the festival will show This Is Spinal Tap, Charles Burnett’s mast...


Arts Goggle Time

The Near Southside will be the place to be this weekend. On Friday night, it’s another edition of Friday on the Green. Acoustic rockers Whiskey Folk, the loud and rowdy Longshots, and the psychedelic Un Chien will take the st...

Lee Albert Hill’s “Blue Stem”


Gallery 414
Gallery 414 opens a new show featuring artists who take traditional forms to abstract ends. Jacky Ajchareepon paints minimalist, stylized landscapes, while Peter Hiatt’s photographs reference the digital world, and Lee Albert...

Pilcher: “Writers know what other writers are going through, no matter what stage [of their careers] they’re in.”

Words with Friends

Fort Worth Writer’s Boot Camp is here to help you finish that novel or screenplay. And more.
As a longtime English teacher and librarian with the Fort Worth school district, Rachel Pilcher has had a lot of experience advising young writers on finding their voices. As a somewhat frustrated dabbler herself in various for...

Adam Schreiber’s “Untitled”


Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
Walker Evans was a photographer commissioned in 1935 by MoMA to produce a portfolio of pictures of African art objects. In his spirit, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts’ show After Walker Evans features works that make us ponder t...

“Jolly Flatboatmen in Port” is part of the Amon Carter’s Navigating the West: George Caleb Bingham and the River.

Show Me

One of the first internationally recognized artists to come from the American Midwest, George Caleb Bingham moved to Missouri at an early age, taught himself to paint, and by 1830, at the tender age of 19, was executing commiss...

On Display

If you want to see everything our city has to offer culturally, there isn’t a better value than Day in the District. For one day, Fort Worth’s most venerable historical, artistic, and scientific institutions open their door...

Marissa McGowan (center) teaches kids their scales in The Sound of Music.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 17 It’s become a cliché: When autumn rolls around, the beer brewers are ready with a pumpkin ale (a peculiarly American style of beer, apparently). Still, the Visionary Tasting is different because it’s being spons...

Barbara Kruger’s untitled work is part of Urban Theater.

Bad Boys, Guerrilla Girls

Fort Worth Weekly
Nostalgia for the Me Decade probably never looked as good as it will in the Modern’s show Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s. The decade was a time of extraordinary ferment everywhere in the art world but particularly i...