The purpose of Art News DFW is to foster creativity through visual art nonprofit organizations that support working artists. AND, directly support local artists. We do this by offering free publicity on this, and other affiliated sites and networks.
Since 2006, we’ve posted over 6,000 announcements from local artists (and art organizations) to promote exhibits, workshops, meetings, calls for artists, and other art events.
To submit a free notice, click on Post Your News to use our Submission Form or email them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Your news reaches over 2,000 email subscribers, another 800 via Twitter, over 1200 on Facebook, and countless RSS feed followers. Plus many viewers on this website.
- Your events are posted on our searchable Google calendars: Art Events, Art Instruction, Art Meetings, and Art Deadlines.
Gain free exposure for your art:
- Post your art and events on our Flickr “Art in DFW” gallery. Just set up a free account on Flickr.com and then join the Art in DFW group pool. You can easily designate which images to include.
- On Facebook, you can join a community of over 1,100 artists on the “Art Groups DFW” group. It’s an interactive way to share with other local artists.
- Enter the artist Challenge on this site (currently the 2014 New Year Challenge) and share your art and creativity! Click here to see past challenges. Entries are posted on the website and on Facebook.
- Submit your twitter feed or art blog for inclusion in DFW Artists Voice Daily. It’s a unique free daily online newspaper composed of headlines linking to notices published on artist blogs or websites.
We’re also honoring local artists that we consider outstanding by inviting them to participate in our Rotating Artist Headers program. As you click on various pages of our website, you’ll notice that the art changes in the header at the top. To find a link to the artist website, look in the right sidebar for the Header Art Credits. We will soon have an article on each artist.
Our latest honorees are Cecie Borschow and Deran Wright.
This site is a gift to the thriving art community of the North Texas area from: Sharon Giles & Nancy Friedel. This site is not for profit.