The Arts Council of Fort Worth is seeking a dynamic and multi-talented individual with excellent communication and organizational skills for the newly-created position of Public Engagement Coordinator for the Fort Worth Public Art program. This position is responsible for public engagement, education and outreach efforts and external communications for Fort Worth Public Art and plays a vital role in encouraging local artist and community participation in the program. Key responsibilities include:
- Public engagement, education and outreach
- Print and social media
- Fort Worth Art Commission communication liaison
- FWPA Artist Registry recruitment and management
- Assists with artist selection and community engagement for public art projects
- Special projects and initiatives
For more information, and to view the full job description, visit our ABOUT: Arts Council page.
Tabachin Ribbon, a sculpture donated to the City of Fort Worth by internationally recognized Mexican artist Yvonne Domenge, was installed on a public plaza near City Hall over the Labor Day weekend. The contamporary sculpture complements the historic Public Safety Building located at 1000 Throckmorton Street and other nearby historic architecture.
For more information on the artwork and artist, see our Featured Project page.