Posts Tagged ‘arts’
Local avant-garde and straight-ahead jazz pianist Jhon Kahsen already serves as the ultimate music educator in town.
Ames Fender’s grandfather had a lot to do with how Fort Worth looks today — the younger might have something to say about that.
Architect Ames Fender’s grandfather is Wyatt C. Hedrick, the man who’s most responsible for the way that much of Fort Worth looks — he designed the T&P Building, the Will Rogers Center, TCU Stadium, the main post off...
Throughout history artists have committed some of their most enthralling visions to humble paper rather than expensive canvas.
Just one art exhibit won’t re-create the feel of Gallery Night by itself, but it’ll still be nice when Justin Bryant displays his paintings for four hours at downtown Fort Worth’s Fizzi restaurant on Sunday.
Along with Teatrista Productions, the Metrognome Collective is celebrating Día de los Muertos by holding a multi-disciplinary arts event. DAY of the DEAD will feature music by Sleeplab, Día de los Muertos, and Skin and Bones ...
Landscape painting has been with us since art began, and artists have often used their imaginations to improve on nature and create ideally pleasing views. That’s why the genre has survived so many artistic movements.
From the Met to mildew: An incredible collection of Fort Worth art is unearthed at a local middle school.
The private art collections into which New York City’s legendary Metropolitan Museum of Art digs for gems to borrow and exhibit usually belong to either aristocratic families or multi-national corporations. But in 1950, when ...
As if there aren’t enough reasons to visit Fort Worth’s Cultural District, a slew of performance arts groups will be taking over the area’s museums and vying for your attention in Day in the District, a daylong celebratio...
Many artists through history used regular employment to make ends meet and painted in their spare time, like Gauguin and Seurat. Perhaps there won’t be any artists of that caliber at Artists at Work, but the show is worth che...
Ain’t it sad how art becomes more beautiful over time, even with crackling and soiling, while humans just get … old. Bald heads and middle-aged spreads are a common sight at early Texas art shows and auctions. So wh...