Posts Tagged ‘venue’
Last week, I intended to write about Wayside Ballroom’s show on Halloween Eve (or Devil’s Night, if you’re a resident of some dying Rust Belt town where people set things on fire and throw raw eggs at them every October 3...
It’s nice to have a new venue to list in this space, even though Casa Mañana is really an old venue. The theater on Lancaster is now displaying art as well. Its inaugural show, featuring paintings with recycled materials by ...
Sometimes a change of venue can make you see a play in a whole different light. The two local theater groups that we’re spotlighting here are certainly hoping you’ll have such an enlightening experience at their plays.
We don’t have a great deal of information on the current show at the Firehouse Gallery, other than that it features paintings, acrylic, and mixed-media works by Denise Cooper, Brad DeMeurisse, Carrie Hunt, and David Lawrence.
In last week’s Last Call (“About to Blow Up?” Jan. 6, 2010), I mentioned an ephemeral creative force that appears to be inspiring a new era of art and culture here in Fort Worth. I referred to what our city co...
If you saw the Justin Hilliard film The Other Side of Paradise a couple of weeks ago at Artspace 111, then you were also on hand for the opening of the gallery’s current show, Paintings, Prints, and Presents. If not, you ...
If you like watching large muscular men slam each other to the ground, mark Nov. 28 on your calendar. You’ll be able to attend two events answering that description, and at the second you can even do some good.
Americana singer-songwriter Luke Wade has a new album coming out and a new band, No Civilians, featuring a murderer’s row of Fort Worth talent, including The Campaign’s Blaine Crews on drums, bassist Scott Lee (Sam ...
Arlington’s F6 Gallery holds a one-night art show this Saturday featuring the works of 23 artists exploring the impact of art inspired by electronics, whether it’s digitally manipulated images or simply paintings of...
A painter whose photograph-like works on canvas recall vintage hand-tinted postcards, Bob “Daddy-O” Wade is an artist who trafficks in images from Texas’ iconography past and present.