Posts Tagged ‘art’

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Firehouse Art Gallery
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If you go to garage sales, you probably see art there. However, Firehouse Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of a different kind of garage-sale art.


Two Cool Women Spread Love Of Art

Jeff Prince
Despite it’s reputation for stockyards and slaughterhouses, Fort Worth artists were on the cutting edge of modern art in Texas during the mid-20th century. Since then, people who grew up around here recall school trips to...



Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 8 Just as the William Campbell’s exhibit of Dalton Maroney’s art ends (see Gallery), another exhibit of his work begins at Arlington Museum of Art. Flow: Dalton Maroney 1982-2011 features wood sculptures and works on ...


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Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
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This year, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Teen Artist Project had six local artists mentor 15 talented teenage artists from the area to help them create new works.



Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 11 Get an advance look at next month’s Q Cinema festival, or just take in the fabulosity of a drag queen beauty pageant at the Miss Q Cinema. Contestants will compete in talent, evening wear, and lip-syncing events. The...


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Firehouse Art Gallery
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In honor of his native Scotland and National Tartan Day, Firehouse Art Gallery director Keith Thomson is holding an exhibit of artworks in various media that incorporate the tartan pattern. Tartan Day was last April 6, but the ...



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Upstairs Art Gallery
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Dotty Zamora has spent most of her career painting in the rough medium of wax emulsion, but a recent trip to Italy has inspired her to take up painting in oil. You can see the fruits of her labors in her current show at Upstair...


Night & Day

Kristian Lin
WED · 20 Sometimes the movie theaters are full of deadheads watching bad movies, but tonight they’ll be full of Deadheads watching The Grateful Dead Movie, a re-release of Leon Gast’s 1977 documentary chronicling the iconi...



Certified Copy: Love Among the Ruins

An Iranian master does his thing in Italy.
KRISTIAN LIN
In a small Tuscan village, we see an elderly Frenchman apparently yelling abuse at his wife in the middle of the piazza. But then they shift positions slightly, and we can see that the target of his ire isn’t his wife but rat...


Texas Biennial: Austin Bias?

The show mostly takes place in Austin and features a lot of Austin artists – why?
ANTHONY MARIANI
Austin is a lot of things: state capital, Live Music Capital of the Universe ®, home of the second most important football team in the state, hippie playground. But Austin has never really been an art town –– at least comp...