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Jacob Lawrence’s Panel No. 59 will be the topic of discussion, Tue.

Tuesday Talks

BIG TICKET
A whole string of interesting lectures are being given this Tuesday, and some astute scheduling will allow you to attend more than one of them. TCU art history professor Mark Thistlethwaite continues his lecture series American...


Frederic Remington’s “The Rattlesnake”

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Sid Richardson Museum
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To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Sid Richardson Museum puts out a blowout show pairing Frederic Remington’s paintings and sculptures. One set will be out until February, then a whole new exhibit along the same lines wil...



Tiny but powerful, the Dead Sea Scrolls date as far back as 2,520 years.

Dead Sea Scrolls

No matter your beliefs, ancient history fans should not miss this exhibit.
ANTHONY MARIANI
One of the largest, most comprehensive exhibitions of Dead Sea Scroll fragments ever shown, and the largest ever in Texas, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Dead Sea Scrolls & the Bible: Ancient Artifacts, Timel...


Elmer Taylor’s “Untitled”

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UNT Art Gallery
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UNT’s retrospective of longtime professor and ceramics artist Elmer Taylor isn’t merely a show of his work. It’s also a look back at his life, replete with photographs, works by his students and mentors, and even some of ...



Loli Kantor’s “Mariusz as Bruno”

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Artspace 111
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Though we featured Artspace 111 here last week, we haven’t talked about any of its openings in a while. On Friday at 6pm, celebrate Loli Kantor’s new show, consisting of photographs depicting the lasting damage from Soviet ...


Daniel Blagg’s “Steppin’ Out”

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Artspace 111
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This is your last weekend to check out Daniel Blagg’s current show at Artspace 111. The artist has been largely off the radar for three years, but his oil paintings and watercolors show him back on his old turf of depopulated...



In the immortal words of Huey Lewis: “That’s the power of love.”

Power Trip

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts reeks of avant-garde New York City.
ANTHONY MARIANI
No matter how long, notated, and well written an artist’s statement is, his or her art –– to paraphrase Sir Duke –– don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing. Conjoined black canes hanging from a small, transl...


Bill Haveron’s “Reverse Osmosis Post Pubescence”

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The Gallery at UTA
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Ah, drawings! The basis of all the other visual arts is the focus of the current show at the Gallery at UTA. The works on display here include Bill Haveron’s typically dense and allusive “Reverse Osmosis Post Pubescence.”...



Best Of 2012, Fort Worth Culture

Culture 2012

FORT WORTH WEEKLY STAFF
  Solo Dance Performances Critic’s choice: (tie) Leticia Oliveira, Carolyn Judson, and Michele Gifford Oliveira and Judson alternated in the title role of Texas Ballet Theater’s Giselle, bringing different views of the...


Untitled pieces

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UNT on the Square
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Famous for their bright colors and geometric patterns, Kente cloths are woven or printed to embody concepts such as healing, royalty, wealth, peace, purity, and fertility. These dazzling pieces are on display through this month...