Posts Tagged ‘art’
Jacqueline McGilvray’s “I was the darkest so they called me Blackie Jackie”


WoCA Projects
The title of WoCA Projects’ current show, Auto-biography: Artists (Re)Writing and Telling Histories is just a long way of saying that these artists are doing what artists have been doing forever: mining their personal lives f...

Anh Ngoc Tran’s “No Border”


Gallery 76102
Gallery 76102’s current show features two artists of Vietnamese descent, but their work neatly pulls in opposite directions, as Anh Ngoc Tran’s sculptures emphasize solidity while Vinh Thi Quang Nguyen’s installations yea...

Michelle Cortez Gonzales’ “Limpia”


Rose Marine Theater
Fort Worth native Michelle Cortez Gonzales’ artworks spring from a complicated relationship with the various religious faiths she was raised in. Her show of paintings at Rose Marine Theater remains up until the end of the mon...

See Thursday

Night & Day

WED · 14 If you missed the Metropolitan Opera’s broadcast of La Cenerentola last week because you were attending the Fort Worth Opera festival, you now have another chance to see it. Rossini’s setting of the Cinderella sto...

Jeanette Korab’s “Blue Lariat”


Milan Gallery
Jeanette Korab recently completed a trip through Turkey, where she took inspiration from the jewelry she saw on display there. Her current show at Milan Gallery contains mixed-media works depicting the iridescent pieces that sh...

Michelle Brandley’s “Woman, Woman”


Artspace 111
Former Fort Worth Weekly Visionary Award winner Michelle Brandley returns with another show that uses drawings, prints, and video art to examine unattainable standards of beauty and perfection. The opening reception is 5pm Satu...

J.T. Grant’s “Empire”


William Campbell Contemporary Art
If you read Fort Worth Weekly’s recent cover story about J.T. Grant and were intrigued, you’re in luck. At William Campbell, he’ll be exhibiting the work he completed after recovering from his illness. The opening recepti...

Ansel Adams’ “The Tetons - Snake River” is part of the new show at AMA.

Ansel in Arlington

Back in the 1990s, the Arlington Museum of Art was home to exhibitions as bold and innovative as any in North Texas, but after the departure of director Joan Davidow, the place became something of an afterthought compared to th...

Matt Moulton’s “untitled”


Brand 10 Artspace
Brand 10 Artspace now has just one location for your convenience, and there you can see the opening of house party, a performance art installation by the collective After School Special inspired by cautionary TV movies of the 1...


Visionary Awards Thursday

The place to be this Thursday is Artspace 111 (111 Hampton St., 817-692-3228) for our fourth annual Visionary Awards. Along with the presentation of $500 checks to three outstanding up-and-coming local fine artists –– direc...