The Fort Worth Community Arts Center, a program of the Arts Council of Fort Worth, will open with regular business hours beginning Wednesday, July 1. Our first priority is the health and safety of our visitors and staff and we are committed to reopening responsibly. The Arts Council is asking visitors to adhere to local ordinances and Centers for Disease Control guidelines:
- Visitors are required to wear a mask inside the Arts Center.
- Maintain physical distance of at least 6 feet.
- Hand sanitizer stations are located at the entrance and exit for visitor’s convenience.
- If you are feeling ill, please stay home.
Public Art Installationat Rockwood ParkTuesday, June 30
Working closely with Gachman Metals, artist Mike Ross created the 9 ft. sculpture as an enlarged version of the fist-sized biproducts of the aluminum recycling process. The piece was cast in recycled aluminum supplied from the same facility where the shape was born, and completed thanks to the support of Fort Worth Aluminum Foundry and Rebecca Low Studio. Learn More
The Fort Worth Community Arts CenterJuly Exhibitions
Exhibitions affected by the extended closure will be up until July 5th. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for information on upcoming artist talks and virtual gallery tours.
Featured in our galleries: July 10 – Aug 29, 2020 Marlene & Spencer Hays Foundation Gallery: GLUE, Works by Abbie Stellar
July 24 – Aug 29, 2020 Frost Gallery: En Sus Rostros (Is Written On Their Faces), Benardo Vallarino
BNSF Gallery: Landscapes@Elevation, Julie England
Vista Gallery: Please Don’t Get the Wrong Impression, Marianne Lettieri
Dale Brock & Visiting Angels Gallery & TranSystem Corporation Gallery: 2020 TAC Small Works Show
Visit Fort Worth Gallery: 15th Annual Texas Artists Coaltion Juried Exhibtion, Juried by Benjamin Espino
Art Commission Meeting
Monday, July 85:00–6:00 p.m. Interested citizens can watch the Art Commission meeting via the City of Fort Worth’s website. If you would like to address the Art Commission at the June meeting, register by emailing Public Engagement Coordinator, Michael Asbill at email@example.com. Learn More
Mondays and Fridays at 12 p.m.
Fort Worth Community Arts Center’s Facebook page
July 3: Benjamin Espino, General Manager of the Latino Cultural Center
July 6: Sara Herrera & William Giron of Artes de la Rosas
July 10: Dev’n Goodman, I.M. Terrell teacher, advocate, and community organizer
July 17: Megan Henderson, Director of Events and Communications for Near Southside, Inc
July 20: Opal Lee, organizer of Fort Worth’s annual Juneteenth Celebration and the urban farming project, Opal’s Farm.
July 24: Lou CharLe$, musician
July 31: Jessica Christopherson, Visit Fort Worth’s Assistant Vice President of Marketing & Film Commissioner
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