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Making Their Voices Heard

The Black Lives Matter movement has made diversity and social justice an imperative for local fine arts groups that purport to support racial equality...

A Fort Worth Treasure Returns

Taking heavy precautions, the directors of the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association (FWADA) have brought back Fall Gallery Night as a weeklong event that...

Creating Hope

Juan Velazquez went to sleep on July 3 hoping that his Facebook request for help painting a mural would receive a reply. That night,...

Black Buildings Matter

A coalition of organizations seeking to redefine city funding and the meaning of public safety may want to look to the past for answers. A...

Exploring the Reopened Museums

Certain experiences cannot be fully appreciated online. All three of the Cultural District’s major museums have recently reopened under stringent sanitation protocols. My first...

Fort Worth’s Major Museums Reopening Soon

When you think about it, a museum is probably the best place to start wading back into socializing. At a museum, you’re not supposed...

Remembering Jeremy Joel

Last Friday, messages began circulating that Jeremy Alan Joel had died. The details surrounding the 37-year-old artist’s cause of death have not been made...

The New Normal

Like many artists, Jay Wilkinson’s first reaction to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was a feeling of uncertainty and helplessness. Painters, sculptors, and...

Art-Friendly Social Distancing

Fort Worth arts groups are accustomed to reinvention. Before COVID-19 derailed Spring Gallery Night and assorted show openings, venerable museums like the Amon Carter...

Art-Friendly Social Distancing

Fort Worth arts groups are accustomed to reinvention. Before COVID-19 derailed Spring Gallery Night and assorted show openings, venerable museums like the Amon Carter...