Posts Tagged ‘art’
Gabriel Dawe’s Plexus No. 34 greets visitors to the Amon Carter Museum through 2018. Photo courtesy of The Amon Carter Museum.

Nice Threads

A rainbow fills the air above the Amon Carter’s staircase thanks to Plexus No. 34.
Kristian Lin
The main atrium of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art was completed 15 years ago this October as part of the museum’s expansion. To mark the occasion, the museum wanted to do something more imaginative than place a large ...

Kenneth Josephson’s “Matthew” is part of the Amon Carter’s exhibit on American photography.

Photo Thread

Fort Worth Weekly
It may be summer, but the Amon Carter Museum of American Art isn’t letting things stagnate in the dog days. Instead, they’re opening up two new shows this week to bring you down to the Cultural District. In addition to Plex...

This isn’t Hamilton, but Lisa Fairchild, Liz J. Millea, and Lauren Ferebee starring in Circle Theatre’s The Taming.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 17 - Four Day Weekend isn’t the only comedy venue offering up free shows in midweek. Hyena’s is bringing in Laughs, a broadcast show of the best clips from stand-ups all over the country. Brought to you live so you don...


… But Not an All-Female Time

Before you ask, no, you will never see an “all-male art show.” At least one that isn’t some sort of wink-wink statement. We dudes don’t need any help. We couldn’t have it any sweeter. And white guys? Shit, we hit the ...

In Fort Worth recently, expert John Buxton appraised, among other things, a pair of slippers from the South Pacific.

Antiques Roadshowing

Our fearless critic tackles the PBS hit.
Singer sewing tables, oil lamps, and china patterned with feminine chintz were once the staples of antique collectors in the 1990s. Thanks to the popularization of “picking” –– the hipper way to say “antique shopping...

Britt Stokes’ “Tunes”


Fort Worth Weekly
Fort Worth Community Arts Center still has a few shows holding over from July, but the venue is opening two new shows this week, one of Chris Thames’ paintings of celebrities and the other a juried show for the gallery’s me...

Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild’s “untitled”


Fort Worth Weekly
A number of FWCAC’s shows are ending this week, so now’s your last chance to see them. John Christensen and Thomas Zanz’ portraits are a vivid study in contrasts, while Roy Adams’ abstracts are irreverently entitled Scr...

Kelsey Milbourn and Justin Lemieux (right) are separated by bureaucracy in the form of Matthew Minor in Amphibian Stage Productions’ Crossing the Line.

Park Bench Plays

This is not a play about Donald Trump’s wall, Brexit, or any government office involving a row of disgruntled, time-pressed people. But it could be. In Crossing the Line, playwright Kieran Lynn roasts bureaucracy on a big sti...

Author Steve Watkins took this photo in June on a Calumet with Ilford film. Photo by Steve Watkins

Analog Imagery

At least one North Texas photo shop is capitalizing on the resurgent popularity of film.
Not too long ago, a professional wedding photographer walked into Don’s Used Photo Equipment, a hole-in-the-wall camera store in Dallas’ Design District, after having driven 40 miles from the other side of North Texas to bu...

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown at Artes de la Rosa.


Fort Worth Weekly
Back in 1988, the film version of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown introduced an unsuspecting world to the sexually fluid, Day Glo-colored artistry of Pedro Almodóvar and the new freedom sweeping Spanish artists after...