Mission Statement

FWADA is a unique arts organization in a unique American place. Few cities of Fort Worth’s size are privileged to command such a wealth of major art museums, and fewer still have such a vital community spirit. What truly sets Fort Worth apart, however, is the vigorous, longstanding, clearly defined cooperation between the museums, the university art galleries, the non-profit exhibition spaces, and the art dealers, all of which are full working members of FWADA

This year’s Fort Worth Spring Gallery Night on March 27th, 2021 kicks off Spring Gallery Week! To encourage smaller crowds and visitor safety, we invite you to explore participating venues from Saturday March 27th – Saturday April 3rd, 2021.

All participants during Gallery Week are adhering to all CDC and State guidelines.

Check out FWADA’s digital Gallery Guide, www.FWADA.com, for more details, including a map of participants, and hours of operation.
Scroll down for map of participants.

Spaces may offer timed entry, virtual options, open events; consider contacting spaces in advance.  FWADA is committed to supporting the Fort Worth arts community and patrons’ safety. 


3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard 76102

Sun: 12pm–5 p.m.
Mon: Closed
Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thurs: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.

Stop by the Carter this week for Spring Gallery Night and get lost in artist Natasha Bowdoin’s immersive installation In the Night Garden. Discover a colorful botanical world full of giant insects, flowers, and plants. Continue the creativity and explore the Carter's thought-provoking permanent collection all week long for free! #CarterArt
Art on the Boulevard
4919 Camp Bowie Blvd, Suite B
Fort Worth, TX 76107


Saturday Feb 27, April 3  12pm-9pm

Weekday Tues.Wed.Thurs 12pm-5:30pm
Friday April 2 12pm-5:30pm
This Spring Gallery Night will be started with work displayed by our new artists Greg Brown and Camille Kerr.  Greg’s work consists of original Versace Tie Paintings created by draping an authenic Versace ties over a canvas and continuing the theme of the ties onto the painted canvas.  Camille’s work is made up of wonderful earthy color  & conservation themes, to help preserve endangered species among wildlife.  Her work is presented in acrylic on canvas, paper and metal.  Other artists participating in Gallery Week will be the acrylic abstract expressionism works of Gloria Sepp & Jennifer Stufflebeam, beautiful watercolors and acrylics in a very modern color enriched  collage style by Kay Wirz and Gale Johnston. Both artists work on canvas and on paper.  Artist Phillip Ecton’s original non-linerar algorithms generate sbstract images of varying complexity on paper and canvas. Bob Fox’s monotypes  and photo realistic works by artist Todd Ford will also be on exhibit. 
All attendees will be contained to 50% capacity and will be required to wear a mask and social distant themselves for safety. 
Exhibit will continue through May 30, 2021
Art Galleries TCU:
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts

2900 W. Berry Street, Fort Worth, TX 76109
(817) 257-2588


The Art Galleries at TCU are currently closed to the public due to COVID restrictions.
Please visit our website to enjoy a 3D walkthrough of the exhibition and other digital materials.
EXHIBITION:                         Let My Body Eat The Sun: Christie Blizzard
On October 16, 1920, Enrico Caruso, the celebrated Italian operatic tenor, performed at the Cowtown Coliseum to a standing-room-only crowd of nearly 8000 people. To mark the centenary of this extraordinary cultural event, the Art Galleries at TCU invited artist Christie Blizard to create new artwork in response to this unique moment in Fort Worth’s history. The exhibition features costumes, props and film of a live performance of Blizard’s avant-garde opera shot in January 2021. www.christieblizard.com
Art Galleries at TCU:
Moudy Gallery

2805 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76129
(817) 257-2588      

The Art Galleries at TCU are currently closed to the public due to COVID restrictions.
Enjoy 3D tours of the MFA thesis exhibitions and other digital materials by visiting our website.


For many Master of Fine Arts students in Studio Art at TCU the apex of their graduate school experience is the presentation of their solo thesis exhibition in Moudy Gallery. It is the culmination of three years of exploration, making, experimentation and learning. We acknowledge and celebrate the hard work of the MFA students graduating in Spring 2021:
Clint Bargers: March 1 - 5
Ashley Stecenko: March 15 - 19 
Chris Wicker: March 29 – April 5
Zeke Williams: April 12 - 16

Artes de la Rosa-
Galeria de la Rosa

1442 N. Main Street

Sat, March 27th & April 3rd :
12pm – 4pm
Tues– Fri: 11am – 5pm


Metamorfasis – Galeria de la Rosa

“My artwork reflects identity, memories, experiences, and the warmth of Caribbean colors that Its constantly evolving as I enter new stages in my life. After living my wholevlife in Puerto Rico, I move to Texas at 50 years old, and I begin to explore different subjects inspired by my new surroundings, without losing my essence. My current subjects reflect the melancholy of the distance, and the abstraction of my feelings through this new phase. Painting is how I make sense of the changes around or in me, is how I translate emotions and provide you with a glimpse of my existence.” – Noin Rivera
Casitas – Annex Gallery
“Casitas is a photography project that documents the living conditions of Puerto Ricans in the mountains of the island. The project aims to provide the international community a look into the current living conditions of fellow Americans by collecting oral history, just like my grandmother's stories, about the residents, their families, and the challenges they must overcome in the face of climate change and government inefficiency. Almost three years after Hurricane Maria and more than 500 earthquakes later, there are still approximately 30,000 families living under a blue FEMA tarp.” – Annie Y. Saldaña
To be safe and enjoy great art we are adhering to CDC, state and local guidelines.  Wearing masks and  keeping social distancing is required. 
111 Hampton Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102


Reservations are required visit Artspace111.com to schedule your reservation.

A Space Between Time | Carly Allen-Martin and Jim Woodson
Opening Spring Gallery Week | March 27 – April 3, 2021
On Display | March 27 - May 8, 2021
The Art of the Mentee and Mentor; A Celebration of Art Lineage.
Artspace111 is pleased to present the two-person exhibition, A Space Between Time, featuring new large-scale artwork by Carly Allen–Martin and Jim Woodson. This exhibition underscores the mutual transference of creativity and inspiration that is inherent to the teacher/student relationship. As a professor of art at Texas Christian University for 39 years, Jim Woodson created a path for young artists through technical training, spiritual guidance, and by the example of a prolific career which includes being honored as the Texas State Visual Artist. As Woodson’s student, Carly Allen-Martin used these tools to further develop a path that Woodson pioneered, resulting in her own prolific practice that is prized in private collections across the world. A Space Between Time conveys the cultivation of techniques, ideals, correlations and juxtapositions of teaching and discovery. 

Atrium Gallery at UNTHSC
UNT Health Science Center 
Carl E. Everett EAD Building 
3500 Camp Bowie Blvd
Virtual only for Spring 2021


EXHIBITION Caro Thompson Jackson
Caro’s style borders impressionism, mainly concentrating on landscapes in oil; it’s full of motion and color. While mountains and southwest images capture her fancy, a recent trip to Guatemala sparked her love of color, inspiring new work. It is a happy exhibition. Click here for virtual exhibition: https://www.unthsc.edu/about-us/atrium-galery/gallery-schedule/
Fort Worth Community
Arts Center

1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX  76107

Spring Gallery Night 2021  March 27 – April 3
The Fort Worth Community Arts Center will be open with a limited number of guests allowed in the galleries at one time, maintaining 6’Social distancing. Masks are required.

Hours during Gallery Week are:
Saturdays March 27 & April 3 and Thursday, April 1; 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday March 29, 30, 31 & April 2; 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Exhibits open March 5 - April 10, 2021
Anthony Wright –
Sculpture and Drawings
Works by Anthony Wright
Marlene and Spencer Hays Foundation Gallery

Texas Artist Coalition Annual Small Works Show 
Gallery 3 

Medium Is The Message 
Works by Ryan Oswald 

Frost Gallery 

The Dog on the Couch 
Works by Clayton Hurt 

Vista Gallery  

Exhibits open March 26 - May 15, 2021
Between Monuments
Works by Sarah DePetris
TranSystems Corporation Gallery

Te Digo Que Lo Llevo En La Sangre 
Works by Melissa Gamez Herrera  

BNSF Railway Gallery 

All That’s Left 
Works by Justin Burns 
Visit Fort Worth Gallery 

What is really going on here? 
Works by Lindy Chambers 
Central Gallery  
Gallery 440
440 S Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Opening reception on Saturday March 27, 12-6 pm.
Regular gallery hours Monday – Friday, 9-5 pm.; Opened Sat. April 3, 12-6 pm.
Shop online if you can’t visit in person. Masks required.
Texas Art Collector's Show: Gallery 440’s signature exhibition of fine art, spotlighting early Texas art and beyond. The curated show is a culmination of our collectors’ favorites including modern paintings and sculptures of genres ranging from abstracts, landscapes and seascapes to figures and still lifes
The Gallery of UTA
502 South Cooper, Arlington, TX 76010

Gallery Night Hours

12pm- 5pm

Anila Quayyum Agha, Ambreen Butt and Simeen Farhat


Anila Quayyum Agha  
Flowers (Red), 2017 



Bridges II:  Bill Viola

Bill Viola 
Mount Rainier: Moving Stillness, 1979 

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Tuesday­–Thursday, 10 am – 5 pm;
Friday, noon–8 pm; Saturday, 10 am–5 pm;
Sunday, noon-5 pm;
Closed Monday

Collections in Conversation
Experience the depth and diversity of the permanent collection as selected African, Ancient American, Asian, and European works appear in thoughtful dialogue throughout the iconic Louis I. Kahn Building. On view now. Admission to the permanent collection is always free.
Enjoy lunch, a light bite, or afternoon tea at the Kimbell Café. Details at kimbellart.org/dining
The Piano Pavilion is temporarily closed.
McAnthony's Multicultural Studio and Gallery
3270 Canberra Ct @ East Berry, Fort Worth, TX 76105
817.536.5750 or 817.939.3309

Saturday March 27 2pm-8pm,
Sunday March 28 2pm-6pm,
Saturday April 3 2pm-8pm
A series of artworks done in monochromatic hues. Paintings, Photography, Prints, Sculpture, Jewerly and more. Social distancing and mask required.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Tue-Thurs 10 am – 5 pm
Friday 10 am – 8 pm
Sat-Sun 10 am – 5 pm
Shirin Neshat, Untitled, from Roja series, 2016. LE silver-gelatin print. 50 x 75 inches.
© Shirin Neshat/Courtesy the Artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels
Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again
On view through May 16, 2021
Gallery admission charge applies.

Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again surveys approximately 30 years of the artist’s video works and photography, investigating her passionate engagement with ancient and recent Iranian history. The experience of living in exile and the human impact of political revolution are also explored by Neshat.  
Rebecca Low
Sculpture Gallery, Inc

7608 Camp Bowie West, Fort Worth, TX 76116


Gallery Night Hours: 12pm- 7pm
Gallery Night Week Hours:
Sunday 3/28 12pm-4pm
Monday 3/29- Saturday 4/3 11am-4pm

Tatara Siegel is our featured artist and her sculptures are a must see
.  She has always been fascinated and motivated by asking questions and answering those questions with new questions. Analyzation has always been a tool that she has found to be invaluable to her process of making art. It allows her  to metaphorically, pick away at surface layers of information and eventually come to a root of truth.  

Tatara’s work consists of mixed media sculpture, focusing mostly in glass and ceramic. The work consists of levels of different narratives between the viewers perception, the materials being utilized and the stage in which the work is placed. She is also interested in making narrative work that discusses political issues, environmental issues, socioeconomic issues, and psychological defense mechanisms. Tatara’s body of work pushes the boundaries between truth and lie, permeance and impermanence, trash or art. 

Also, one will see new works by Rebecca Low, Nic Noblique/Skele, David Mikitka, Christian Hootsell, Joe Allred, Chasity Hernandez, Dewayne Nall and jewelry by Dale Ousley and Juliette Edgerton and Dolly Valdez’s unique scarves and ties.
Please let us know if you are planning on attending or dropping by the gallery.  Masks and social distancing are required.  The gallery, garden and studio are large spaces and it is easy to social distance.

Sid Richardson Museum
309 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102

Gallery Night Hours: Closed
Our front doors may be closed, but our welcome mat extends online with the Sid Richardson Museum Virtual Tour. This 360-degree exploration delves into the artists who captured the American frontier in paint and bronze through this exceptional collection of artworks by premiere Western artists. Experience the special exhibits, In a Different Light: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington, and Casting the Cavalry: Remington’s Military Subjects in Bronze. See what it’s all about, and transport with a simple click to an imaginative world of the American West.
SiNaCa Studios
1013 W. Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104
817 899 0024

Mon-Sat (10am-9pm), Sun (12pm-6pm)
Online Live Demonstration – March 27, 6pm-9pm

SiNaCa Studios is hosting local artist, Jonathan Mark Levy, our spring Artist-in-Residence, as the featured artist for Spring Gallery week. Works that were created during the residency will be on display in the gallery from March 27th-April 3rd. SiNaCa Studios will present collaborative online live-streamed demonstrations on Facebook and Youtube between Jonathan and the SiNaCa team from 6pm until 9pm on March 27th in the glassblowing studio. Originally from Michigan, Jonathan grew up in New York and earned his BFA in sculpture, with a focus in painting, from Pratt Institute in 2003. Most recently, he was the Program and Exhibition Manager at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, leaving in 2019 to pursue the exploration of his own artistic practice. His current body of work involves an exploratory style of creating. “At first, I saw these works as having a tribal feel without any theology sewed in. I now realize although absent of theology, these works are soaked in my life’s experiences and the cultural brainwashing I have absorbed throughout my life, paying homage to my perception of reality. The mythology found in these works are my mythologies.” Join us for an innovative and unique collaborative exploration as we work together to realize Jonathan’s concepts in glass.
Attached image by Sumbal Mushtaq
The Upstairs Gallery
1038 W. Abram, Arlington, TX 76013

12-7 pm 
The Gallery will be open and following CDC guidelines.

Attached image by Sumbal Mushtaq

Small Paintings by Gallery Artists
Small paintings can capture the essence of an artist’s vision that larger versions may dilute.
The show includes works by Lisa Barker, Lynne Buchanan, Diane Carroll, Jim Evans, Mario Garcia, Sam Hopkins, Carolyn Jehring,  Josephine Mahaffey, Eleanor Grace Martin, Martha Sue Martin, Stephen Rascoe, Robo, Casey Taylor, Doug Walton, Beatriz Welch, Margie Whittington
William Campbell
Contemporary Art

4935 Byers Avenue, Fort Worth TX 76107


11am – 6pm Sat, March 27
10am – 5pm Mon, March 29 – Fri, April 2
11am – 5pm Sat, April 3

William Campbell Contemporary Art will be presenting an exhibition of a selection of works by gallery artists. The selection will be a collection of work depicting the history of William Campbell Contemporary Art along with new work demonstrating the direction and future of the gallery. A mask and proper social distancing are required when visiting, and we ask that you bring only two guests. The gallery is open to the public during regular business hours, but you may also make an appointment by calling 817-737-9566, or emailing us at wcca@flash.net.
We remain diligent in sanitizing surfaces and hand washing, so that we may continue to provide you with the safest venue to enjoy contemporary art in Fort Worth! 

CHIEFFALO americana
4698 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Marshall K. Harris-
Steve Wrubel
Gallery Night Hours:
March 27, 6pm-10pm
March 28, 29, 30 & 31st 6pm-8pm
April 1, 2 & 3rd 6pm-10pm
College Town Renaissance Center
1209 W. Abram Street
Arlington, TX  76013


Gallery Night Hours
12:00pm to 7:00 pm

The CTRC’s Gallery Week show will feature the works of Martha Sue Meek.  Meek is a seasoned artist, educator, and proud Texan (she has the name to prove it).  Martha Sue’s works are informed by her life experiences including her world travels.  Her vivid imagination combined with added experiences of family and academia provides fond and often whimsical textured abstracts.  Meek holds a BS in Art Education and has been an educator for some 25 years at various levels. Her works will be on view through May 1.  Please visit our website to see more images of Meek’s work.  She will be at the CTRC on March 27, April 10, and May 1 from 3pm - 5pm. 
Pieces from CTRC’s permanent collection, The Henderson-Light Collection of American Art and Art from the African Diaspora, will also be on display.
Music. Light refreshments. CDC pandemic guidelines will be followed.

1101 S. Bowen Rd. 76013
817 673 2949
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Please join this brand new gallery for Gallery Night. We have all types of glass art (fused, blown, mosaic and stained), metal wood and mixed media. All art is proudly made in the USA. There is a wide variety of style and price to please everyone's taste.
The fusing supply room is stocked with Bullseye 90COE glass and all accessories the glass fusing artist needs, Specializing in stock and custom Waterjet Cutouts, Acrylic Stencils, Sandblasting/Etching Stickers, Enamel Fusing Decals and unusual fusing components. Classes offered by local and nationally recognized instructors. Classroom comfortably seats 16. Open studio and equipment time available. Check out the new class schedule.
Cufflink Art 
120 St Louis Ave, Suite 149
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Sat Mar 27th Noon – 6pm
Sun Mar 28th Closed
Mon March 29th – Sat Apr 3rd. Noon – 5pm

Cufflink Art is excited to present a group exhibition of works from regionally diverse artists who make up the gallery’s roster.
The collection of works mixes in a variety of mediums including meticulous graphite drawings by Marshall Harris, subliminal compositions through oil on canvas by Linda Shobe, personal storytelling via collage by Dwight Owsley, intimate close-up portraits from the perspective of Nathan Madrid, dark yet mischievous concrete sculptures by Ross Bonfanti, and digitally abstract maps manipulated by Scott Anderson.
Fort Worth Art Collective

WARMING UP: Virtual Exhibit

The Fort Worth Art Collective presents WARMING UP a virtual Spring Gallery Night exhibit featuring new, personal work created with hope and inspiration as we move into a new year with a sense of purpose and creativity. Join us online for WARMING UP: new work a new website and a new year.
The Fort Worth Art Collective, Fort Worth’s longest-running art collective, is a group of established professional artists from multiple disciplines and mediums who work together to show compelling raw art and talent in a variety of places.
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Botanical Research Institute of Texas

1700 University Drive 76107

3pm – 7pm
(open for Spring Gallery Week March 29 – April 2, 10 am – 4 pm daily)


BRIT Building

Fuller Garden

Fort Worth Botanic Garden-Botanical Research Institute of Texas (FWBG-BRIT) is proud to showcase a wealth of plant-inspired art by regional and international artists. Visit the BRIT building to see the verdant paintings of Texas-based artists Brenda Ciardiello and Camille Warmington in our Madeleine R. Samples Exhibit Hall, then venture upstairs to enjoy an exhibition of historical botanical art of the 16th – 19th centuries. Afterward, stroll through our Fuller Garden to experience an original “stickwork” by renowned sculptor Patrick Doherty. Admission to the Fuller Garden is complimentary on Gallery Night only, while the Samples Exhibit Hall is always free.

Fort Worth’s Brenda Ciardiello will be available on Gallery Night to visit and talk with small groups about her work. Along with reduced gallery capacity, social distancing and masks are required.

We are open for Spring Gallery Week Monday, March 29 – Friday, April 2 (10 am - 4 pm).

Studio 101 Gallery & Gatherings
101 Nursery Lane, Suite 108
Fort Worth, TX 76114


Gallery Night Hours: 1pm- 11pm

Painting the River:
The TRWD Trinity Trails Mural Gallery

"Be Inspired to Seek Adventure"

Studio 101 Gallery and Gatherings is very excited for this adventure and is honored to be the host of the first mural gallery. "Painting the River" sponsored by Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD).
Throughout the past seven months, 25 artists have participated in an ambitious effort to create a museum quality mural gallery on the Trinity Trails. Spanning over 12 miles, utilitarian concrete structures were translated into beautiful, chance encounters along the trail. Studio 101 will showcase these artists and their work by transforming the gallery to mirror Trinity Trails from March 27 - June 12, 2021. Bring the outside in, Studio 101 will provide a unique, immersive environment for those who wish to experience the mural gallery in its entirety or learn more about the artists themselves. It will also serve those who desire to see murals but have limited access to the trails.

Studio 101 is a living gallery and luxury venue located at 101 Nursery Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76114. Enjoy quarterly art exhibits and performing artists over a fine glass of wine or an ice-cold beer. Be inspired and create your own masterpiece in a variety of art class. Reserve the customizable space for your next event. For the latest activities visit www.studio101.gallery.

Studio 101 located in the River District near downtown Fort Worth and open to the public Tuesday - Thursday 1 - 9pm, Friday and Saturday 1 - 11pm, Closed Sunday and Monday.

Texas Academy of Figurative Art
415 South Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-727-2995


Open by Appointment Only

TAFA Spring Salon 2021
Please come enjoy the works of students and faculty of the Texas Academy of Figurative Art. Our Spring Salon is an exhibition of contemporary realist works that range from classical Old Master copies and cast drawings, to original still life painting, portrait and figurative works. TAFA is the only fine art academy in Texas that focuses exclusively on contemporary realist drawing and painting.


360 Smokeshack
2708 W. 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76107
When I dreamed up the idea of opening the 360 Smoke Shack, I wanted to do something a little different than just good ol’ BBQ, but I wanted to take the fine traditions of Texas BBQ to a higher level –  We call it “Barbeque Fusion” in a quick and casual atmosphere.

360 Smoke Shack menu is filled with slow smoked meat sandwiches, fall off the bone smoked wings, fresh salads, amazing appetizers, house made sauces, & dressings.

360 Smoke Shack is a place where you can dine-in our comfortable dining room or outside patio. You can carry-out or order online. We are available through the food delivery apps you likely already have on your phone.

We are a BYOB dining experience, so you can always bring in your favorite cold beverage to pair with our delectable BBQ.

So do your mouth a favor, grab your favorite cold beverage, and drop in soon. There’s a plate with your name on it!

Your Friend and Fellow Shackster,

Cody Hickman
Fort Worth Native, Founder and Head Chef of 360 Smoke Shack
Winslow’s Wine Cafe
4101 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX, 76107



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