FORT WORTH ARTS: Together, we make art happen…

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We’re all about two things: the Arts and Fort Worth! 

The Arts Council and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center are merging into one nonprofit with a new name, Arts Fort Worth. 

This exciting move streamlines our operations and allows us more flexibility to engage with the creatives, cultural organizations, and citizens we serve. Learn more about our flagship programming: the competitive grants program; the Fort Worth Public Art program; and a dynamic arts complex with theaters and galleries, and workshops. lectures, and more. Check out our Arts Advocacy page to learn how your voice can count for the arts! 

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On View: Women, Art and Technology: Ornament and Adornment
This exhibition brings together a group of women artists who create ornament through digital means. Curated by Eliza Au with works by Eliza Au, Mary A. Johnson, Liz Trosper, Julie Libersat, Naomi Peterson, Jihye Han and Lara Asam, Women, Art and Technology: Ornament and Adornment will be on view in the Marlene and Spencer Hays Foundation Gallery from November 5 to December 11, 2021.
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Journey to the West, 2021 by Jihye Han
Virtually experience Flight by artist Dan Corson!
Flight, 2021 by Dan Corson. Photograph courtesy of Dall BrownFollowing the dedication of Flight at the WRG showroom, November 10, the City of Fort Worth released a virtual tour of the work illuminating the Hemphill Lamar Connector. Drive through from the comfort of your living room and listen to artist Dan Corson reflect on the process that created Fort Worth Public Art’s newest attraction.Hear Dan Corson’s remarks
ARTS FORT WORTH GRANTS OVER $900,000 IN OPERATING SUPPORT 
Arts Fort Worth, in keeping with its mission to promote, nurture and support the arts in the Fort Worth community, recently granted funds for operating support to 24 large and 6 small budget arts organizations for 2021-22. Organizations can use the much-needed funds for artistic and administrative salaries, production and facility costs, marketing and outreach and education. Budget size ranged from $10,000 to $28 million.
ARTS FORT WORTH 2021-22 OPERATING SUPPORT GRANTEES  
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  • 619 Productions
  •  Amphibian Stage
  •  Artes de la Rosa
  •  Arts on Tap/Arts Fifth Avenue
  •  Ballet Concerto
  •  Ballet Frontier of Texas
  •  Caminos del Inka
  •  Casa Manana
  •  Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth
  •  Circle Theatre, Inc. 
  • Fort Worth Civic Orchestra 
  • Fort Worth Opera 
  • Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra 
  • Fort Worth Youth Orchestra 
  • Imagination Fort Worth 
  • Jubilee Theatre 
  • Kids Who Care 
  • Kimbell Art Museum 
  • Lone Star Film Festival 
  • Maroon 9 Community Enrichment Organization 
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 
  • Performing Arts Fort Worth 
  • SiNaCa Studios 
  • Stage West Theatre 
  • Texas Academy of Figurative Art 
  • Texas Ballet Theater 
  • The Amon Carter Museum of American Art 
  • The Cliburn The
  • Thank You Darlin’ Foundation