Posts Tagged ‘art’
Ah, Fall Gallery Night, an evening dedicated to free booze and food — if you can call cheese cubes and tiny, quartered sandwiches food — and fantastic local art.
The term “film noir” was invented by French critics in the late 1950s as a label for a set of movies that Hollywood started making in the ’40s.
Fall Gallery Night has something for the esthete and socialite alike.
For the past three decades, the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association has been putting on Gallery Night, one evening in the spring and one in the fall when local galleries and other exhibition spaces open their doors to the unwashed.
There’s more to the Fort than the Kimbell and the County Courthouse.
Maybe it’s the massive brick wall that greets downtowners entering the Stockyards via North Main.
Please do not touch or nitpick the Mueck.
Smug.”“Literal.”“Impervious to multiple interpretations.”“Susceptible to parody.”“Self-parodic.”“The Old Guard’s new clothes.”
In 2003, a little-known Arlington comic-book artist began publishing a series about a teenager who comes back from the dead to fight evil.
William Campbell Contemporary Art apparently sees the need for a summer vacation as much as the rest of us.
The Nature Conservancy of Texas is an organization that protects wildlife and wildlife habitat in our state.
Contrary to what you may think, the advent of photography didn’t do away with the tradition of painting portraits, even of photorealistic ones.
Fort Worth’s public library re-enters the city’s art community.
Stealing a federal building intended for Dallas and getting it built in Fort Worth instead was a major coup for then-U.S. Rep. Jim Wright in the mid-1960s.