Posts Tagged ‘art’
Chesley Williams’ “Afro Cone”

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WoCA Projects
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African-American women’s relationship with their hair gave Chris Rock the subject for a nice documentary a few years ago, and now it’s the basis for Chesley Williams’ exhibit Art + Hair at WoCA Projects. The site-specific...


There will be a meditation workshop 6:45-8pm at The Wellness Center Wednesday.

Night & Day

ANTHONY MARIANI
WED ▪ 17 Five minutes of meditation can be equivalent to a good, long nap, but for most of us, achieving complete stillness and silence is beyond difficult. To help frustrated meditation students begin to control their though...



Luke Longacre, Brandon J. Murphy, and Scott Zenreich are an unholy yet hilarious trio in Amphibian’s current production.

All the Word’s a Stage

Amphibian opens The Good Book to a lighthearted interpretation.
JIMMY FOWLER
One of the performers in Amphibian Stage Productions’ raucous, oddly endearing production of the comic revue The Bible: The Complete Word of God (abridged) offers this jokey prayer: “May we be hysterical but not heretical....


Director Bosquez: “I’d always considered one [of the characters] to be an angel with clipped wings and another one to be undead like Nosferatu.”

Godot Awaits

Rob Bosquez helms Drag Strip Courage’s production of the classic oddity at Arts Fifth Avenue.
JIMMY FOWLER
Samuell Beckett’s 1953 tragicomedy Waiting for Godot is one of those avant-garde plays that everyone’s heard of but most people haven’t actually seen. It has a reputation for being remote, intellectual, and difficult to u...



Delaney Smith’s “Battlefield”

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Center for Visual Arts
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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...


Hiroko Kubo’s “Untitled”

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WoCA Projects
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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...


Nick Prendergast’s “Look”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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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,...


Janet Morrow’s “Untitled”

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Gallery 76102
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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 ...