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Vessel-No.-1

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Fort Worth Art Dealers Association and Gallery 414 have different titles listed for Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff’s current show. Regardless, you can see the UNT graduate student’s MFA exhibit at 414. Showcasing her realistic...


Though nearly 50 years old, the choreography in Stevenson’s Cinderella still holds up. Photo by Ellen Appel.

Texas Ballet Theater’s Sweet Feet

Impressive dancing brought Texas Ballet Theater’s Cinderella to life again.
Leonard Eureka
Of all fairy tales, Cinderella is probably the most familiar. It has been recounted in books, plays, movies, TV shows, operas, and ballets. Each generation seems to embrace the story: A gentle young woman goes to live with a se...



(From left to right) Lauren Childs, J.W. Wilson, and Leigh Ann Williams are set to put Fort Worth artists to work. Photo by Edward Brown.

The Art Corridor

There’s a new contemporary art gallery in town.
Edward Brown
Along with every other gallery in Fort Worth (and some in Alrington and even Euless), Fort Works Art celebrated Spring Gallery Night last Saturday. But unlike every other gallery in town, Fort Works Art was also celebrating its...


Candace Hicks’ “Read Me”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Do you like puzzles? The new art show at TCC’s Southeast Campus is a puzzle the size of a room. Candace Hicks’ installation acts as a giant puzzle book, with clues in the form of optical illusions and text leading to the un...



Rachael Banks Taylor’s “Taylor”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
We mentioned Art Room on our Night & Day page as one of the venues taking its first bow on Gallery Night. Its debut show is fitting entitled One, and it features local and national artists doing unorthodox takes on traditio...


Photo by David Dunn.

Lonesome Dove’s Rawhide

After years of transforming leather into art, Jim Linnell is excited to celebrate the legendary TV series.
DAVID DUNN
When most people look at a sheet of leather, they usually see just that: a piece of smooth, firm material. But leather crafter Jim Linnell sees each one hiding a new creation, like how a painter views a canvas or a sculptor a m...



Michael Carver-Simmons stars in SceneShop’s play at Fort Worth Fringe Festival.

On the Edge

Fort Worth Weekly
Ordinarily we would give pride of place to Spring Gallery Night (see: Saturday blurb), but we can’t resist an arts festival that’s making its debut, especially one with so many different performing acts. That would be the F...


Doug Atkins reads up on his new boss’ preferred aesthetic in Stage West’s Buyer & Cellar.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 16 - The great Shakespeare director Trevor Nunn once compared As You Like It to a beer commercial, feeling that its rollicking good cheer was forced. Polly Findlay cures that in her staging of the comedy at the National The...



“L’ènetènafionale” is the centerpiece of Focus: Glenn Kaino. Photo by Tim Johnson, courtesy of the artist and Kavi Gupta, Chicago.

Art Space

The Modern mounts a telescopic view of Glenn Kaino’s art.
Kristian Lin
Glenn Kaino is the subject of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s current Focus exhibition. Other artists like Kehinde Wiley have seen their work go from occupying just the one gallery that Focus takes up to larger shows at...


Carl Benton Compton’s “Woman With Nautilus”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Carl Benton and Mildred Norris Compton were big players in the world of Texas art in the first half of the 20th century, and Carl served as an art professor for 25 years at UNT back when it was called North Texas State Teachers...