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  • It's Fort Worth Spring Gallery night! We couldn't help but stop by and see some public art while we were checking out the galleries, like Earth Fountain off Camp Bowie




    posted March 28th
  • The workshop is tonight! Come join us at ART7 at 5:30 pm for light refreshments and conversation about public art. How do you think art helps create a sense of identity?





    posted March 26th
  • Happy Women's History Month! Today we're featuring renowned sculptor and Fort Worth native Electra Carlin Waggoner, artist from the FWPA Community Legacy Collection. The granddaughter of famed Texas cattle and horseman W.T. Waggoner, she was a pivotal figure in her familyís oil and ranching business until her death in 2001. She was also an acclaimed sculptor who won prestigious commissions for busts of public figures. Her sculpture of Will Rogers, titled Into the Sunset, was commissioned by Amon Carter Sr. and can be found in front of the Will Rogerís Memorial Auditorium and Coliseum.




    posted March 23rd

 

    

UPCOMING WORKSHOP:

Public Art Workshop Local Artists

As part of the 2015 Pre-Qualified List of Public Artists Submission Process, Fort Worth Public Art is presenting a Workshop for Local Artists!

This is your chance to ask questions about the Pre-Qualified List and how to apply! Click here for more information!

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Art7 Gallery, 2956 Crockett Street, 75107

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Program begins at 6:00 p.m. 

Tickets are FREE and available on Eventbrite. 

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Open Call for Artists: FWPA 2015 Pre-Qualified List of Public Artists

Fort Worth Public Art (FWPA) seeks exceptional North Texas-based and Texas/ National artists working in a variety of visual media for the 2015 Pre-Qualified List of Public Artists. Artists selected for the Pre-Qualified List will be considered for upcoming public art commissions.  

To apply, please go to callforentry.org.

     

Fort Worth Art Commission Opening

Would you like to serve on the Fort Worth Art Commission? Place 4, which is reserved for an Architect, Landscape Architect, or Interior Designer, is currently open.  Interested individuals are encouraged to apply through the City of Fort Worth’s website (http://fortworthtexas.gov/boards/).  PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must be residents of Fort Worth and are required to disclose any contracts they have with the City of Fort Worth.

 

Attend the next Art Commission meeting, Monday, April 13, 2015

Attend a community meeting in your area