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WED ? 9 The Super Bowl is over, but at least one museum has kept up its football-themed art show. Grit and Glory: Six Man Football is an exhibit of photographs by Laura Wilson, who spent the 1990s in small Texas towns documenti...
WED ? 2 The Amon Carter Museum’s exhibit Nature Bound: Illustrated Botanical Books just opened last week. It’s a joint venture between the museum and the nearby Botanical Research Institute of Texas to present these high-qu...
Jo LeMay Rutledge tried to avoid ranch paintings with so many other Fort Worth artists plowing the same ground (as it were), but in the end a stay at a friend’s farm inspired her to come up with her own angle on that whole ge...
- here’s your guide to Super Bowl week in the 817.
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
To all of our guests: Welcome to The Show. Hope you have a great time, drop a lot of dough, and, in general, stay out of trouble. Before we get into specifics of our guide to the 817 (that’s our area code in Tarrant County), ...
WED ? 19 Kim Ki-duk’s 2005 drama 3-Iron does indeed feature a golf club used as a weapon, but otherwise the film is mostly a serene and sometimes funny contemplation of alienation in South Korea, based on the real-life story ...
The Fort Worth painter has a startling new exhibit up now at Artspace 111.
As anyone who knows her can attest, Fort Worth artist Jo LeMay Rutledge is both blunt and a bit of a wisecracker. When one of her oil paintings was recently accepted in a citywide show, the 61-year-old was asked to write a shor...
WED ? 12 One of four documentary films made by Alex Gibney in 2010, Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer is a frustrating viewing experience, because even though the former New York governor is interviewed extensively f...
Though no stranger to Tarrant County filmmakers, This veteran actress is making her local stage debut.
To call North Texas stage, film, and TV actor Morgana Shaw “versatile” is an understatement. Onstage during the last couple of years, she has played a limbless sideshow freak; a foul-mouthed, leather-clad disco singer at a ...
Firehouse Art Gallery
Michael Laursen started out as a pupil at Firehouse Art Gallery, working with lengths of pipe and strands of leather. His work impressed Firehouse’s Keith Thomson enough to suggest adding clay pieces to his sculptures.
One of Fort Worth’s more interesting art shows is opening on Thursday evening at the Fort Worth Central Public Library. Hidden Views contains objects of particular note from the museum’s archives, and it’s all attractivel...