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.

Fall Gallery Night, Sept. 12, kicks off Fall Gallery Week. To encourage smaller crowds and visitor safety, we invite you to explore participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants from Saturday Sept. 12th – Saturday Sept. 19th.

All participants during Gallery Week are adhering to all CDC and State guidelines including wearing masks and social distancing.

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 76107

On view through November 1, 2020
Acting Out: Cabinet Cards and the Making of Modern Photography
Acting Out: Cabinet Cards and the Making of Modern Photography offers the first-ever in-depth examination of the 19th-century photographic phenomenon of cabinet cards, examining how this trend in photographic portraiture set the foundation for the snapshot and today’s digital photo sharing.  Inexpensive and sold by the dozen, they transformed getting one’s portrait made from a formal event taken up once or twice in a lifetime into a commonplace practice shared with family and friends

On view through November1. 2020
Texas Made Modern: The Art of Everett Spruce
Experience the Texas landscaper like you’ve never seen it before. Texas Made Modern: The Art of Everett Spruce resurrects Spruce’s career and returns it to its place in the history of American art.
Art on the Boulevard
4919 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Suite B

“New Works by Kay Wirz, Phillip Ecton, and Camille Kerr”

through September 26th 
Kay Wirz works primarily in acrylic and paper on canvas with an impressionistic modern style representing images of architecture, landscapes, wildlife and still life in stark bright colors. Camille works in oil, acrylic and mixed-media on canvas, wood and plexiglass, depicting everyday scenes of deeply interesting landscapes, wildlife, along with still life.  Phillip’s works are original algorithm created images and designs in a colorful palette presented to the viewer on paper and canvas.
Other artists participating will be Gale Johnston and Clara Williams with impressionistic watercolors and acrylics, along with Gloria Sepp and Jennifer Stufflebeam’s bright abstract expressionism on canvas.  John D. Williams will exhibit his fun mixed-media works on paper and canvas.  Also view the monoprints of Bob Fox, Todd Ford and James Rosin’s oils on canvas, and metal works by Etienne Illy. 
Fall Gallery Night Sept. 12 kicks off Fall Gallery Week to encourage smaller crowds and visitor safety, we invite you to explore participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants from Saturday Sept. 12th - Sept. 19th. Art on the Boulevard will be open Tues., Wed., Thurs., and Saturday the 19th 12-6:30 PM for viewing.  We will operate on open attendance to capacity all week.  Please visit www.FWADA.com for updates.

Artes de la Rosa-
Galeria de la Rosa

1442 N. Main Street

Saturday, Sept 12th & 19th: 12 pm-4 pm
Tuesday-Friday: 11am-5pm



A reflection of culture, migration, preservation, and identity. August 10 - Sept 25. “My culture is very important to me and I have had to fight to have my voice heard due to my upbringing, being made to feel that I am neither from here nor there.” – Michael Cruz Flores

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

Sept. 14th– Sept. 18th
12pm – 6pm
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED - To 40 More! Artspace111 continues to celebrate its 40th Anniversary with a new open-ended group exhibition of select work by currently represented Artspace111 Artists. The group exhibition, To 40 More!, honors the artistic community that has supported Artspace111 since 1980 and highlights the future of the gallery as it enters a new decade. In that spirit, the gallery welcomes new artists to its stable including Jon Flaming, Dennis Farris, Layla Luna, Robert McAn, Erika Huddleston, Ender Martos, Mihee Nahm, and Stella Alesi. These artists join founders Daniel and Dennis Blagg and 23 other Artspace111 artists to present over 40 works whose collective creative voice define an institution in Contemporary Texas Art.
Reservations are required to enter the exhibition during Fall Gallery Week. Please visit Artspace111’s Facebook page or search Artspace111 on Eventbrite to make your reservations. Limited attendance, social distancing, and masks are required for all exhibition viewing reservations.

Atrium Gallery at UNTHSC
UNT Health Science Center 
Carl E. Everett EAD Building 
3500 Camp Bowie Blvd
Due to COVID we are closed for live events

EXHIBITION Soon Warren and Company- postponed
Our featured artist was Soon Warren, who is an internationally known artist, an accomplished author and teacher. She has an incredible ability to recreate natural forms on paper and canvas, making them even more beautiful than the original. The watercolors and oils are vibrant, compelling and awe-inspiring. Soon is joined by her talented colleagues Gemma Haas, Connie Leveson, Janet Gean, Karen Laboon, Neatie Burdern, Martha Wright, Linda Perry and Vickie Pier. Please see Soon’s works at soonwarren.com and her artist demo here. Come visit us in person when we re-open.
3000 Landers Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
4pm –9pm

Bee Street Gallery is pleased to introduce our artists and share our love of original art in Fort Worth. We are excited to participate in Fall Gallery Week and invite you to come and view a curated collection from our 75 artists.  Our artist partners are from all over the United States and provide us with an inspiring selection of original artwork encompassing various styles and mediums.

We look forward to sharing our Fall Gallery Week selections along with light bites and beverages.
Fort Works Art
2100 Montgomery Street 76107


Fort Works Art is committed to bringing life, vitality and energy to the art scene in Fort Worth, TX. They are a resource for both seasoned collectors and the everyday individual. Existing somewhere between a gallery, a cultural center and a museum, Fort Works Art strives to continually evolve into its own entity, free from the traditional labels of the art world. They exist to support the arts, to give back to the community and to inspire youth.
Fort Worth Community
Arts Center

1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX  76107
9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
9am-7pm Saturday, September 12, Thursday, September 17, and Saturday September 19
Limited audience capacity. 

Central Gallery
Our Faces, Our Voices
Curated by Raymond Wyatt and Shauna Benoit
Today- October 3, 2020

AMPLIFIED…Answering the Clarion Call
Curated works by Deborah Peoples
Today- October 3, 2020

In the United states of America, the fight for social justice has never had more valiant warriors than those from our artistic communities, because when the voices of every day Americans were stifled and silenced it was the voices coming from artists that were heard loud and strong. 

Frost Gallery 
A Carrie Mae Weems Project t
hrough October 3, 2020

Visit Fort Worth Gallery 
Doing Werk
Works by Raul Gonzalez
through October 31, 2020

Dale Brock and Visiting Angels Gallery 
Fort Worth Art Collective 
Group Exhibition
through October 31, 2020

BNSF Gallery 
African Contemporary Volume Two
Works by Jonathan Jackson
Through October 31, 2020

Margaret and Spencer Hays Foundation Gallery 
Our Faces Our Voices
Group Exhibition
through November 7, 2020

Vista Gallery
Works by Ender Martos
through November 7, 2020

Gallery Three
Then & Now
Works by Ron Crouch
through November 7, 2020

TranSystems Corporation Gallery 
Not For Sale
Works by Charles Gray
through November 7, 2020

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

Permanent Collection
Experience the depth and diversity of the Kimbell Art Museum’s permanent collection as selected African, Ancient American, Asian, and European works appear in thoughtful dialogue throughout the iconic Louis I. Kahn building. Admission to the permanent collection is always free.
Image attached; Photo by Robert LaPrelle

Multi-cultural Studio and Gallery

3270 Canberra Ct @East Berry 76105
817-536-5750 or 817-939-3309



h Yes It's Ladies Night"
@McAnthony's Multicultural Studio & Gallery


Featuring spectacular female artists as well as an array of other artists!!!!!  Be there.
Mask and social distancing required. Light refreshments served.
Modern Art Museum
of Fort Worth

3200 Darnell Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Tuesday-Sunday 10 am–5 pm
Friday 10 am–8 pm
*Gallery Admission charge applies. The Museum offers half-price tickets on Sundays and free admission on Fridays.*

On view at the Modern through January 10, 2021
Over the past two decades, Mark Bradford has created monumental works of abstract painting and collage. This exhibition focuses on the key material and fundamental motif Bradford employed early in his career and has returned to periodically over the past two decades: end papers.
 Through December 31, 2020
RESIST COVID/TAKE 6! is a public art campaign by artist Carrie Mae Weems that communicates healthcare messaging and combats the spread of COVID-19. In this initiative, Weems marries her photographs and healthcare guidelines to spread life-saving information and life-affirming messages to Black, Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, and Native American communities—who have been disproportionately impacted by the deadly virus—in the form of public-facing billboards located throughout the community.
Visit www.themodern.org for more information about the exhibitions and our current visitor guidelines.

Rebecca Low
Sculpture Gallery, Inc

7608 Camp Bowie West
Fort Worth 76116
Monday the 14th-Saturday the 19th  11-4

You won’t want to miss viewing new works from national award winning artist Terry Jones. He has an incredible grace in creating sculptures using found objects. Terry turns treasures from the past into treasures for the future. His art ranges from abstract and whimsical to monumental. Terry’s sculptures can be seen in private collections, city parks, restaurants, museums, and art galleries around the country.
Also, one will see new works by Rebecca Low, Nic Noblique, David Mikitka, Christian Hootsell, Joe Allred, Dolly Valdez, Chasity Hernandez, Dewayne Nall and jewelry by Dale Ousley and Juliette Edgerton.
Plz 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 will be easy to social distance

309 Main Street 76102


The museum is currently closed to the public and will remain so until further notice.  For news on upcoming virtual programs or to engage with our collection and exhibits, please visit our website, Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube page. @SidRichardsonMuseum
SiNaCa Studios
1013 W Magnolia Ave 76104
(817) 899-0024


SiNaCa Studios is hosting local artist, Art Fairchild, for Fall Gallery night and will present collaborative demonstrations between Art and the SiNaCa team from 5pm until 9pm in the glassblowing studio. Art Fairchild’s sculptures are known for their exquisite quality, detail and craftsmanship.  Working both in monumental and small scale, his designs range from simple forms to intricately detailed compositions. Familiar themes seen in his work are repetition of elements and mathematical arrays.
They often are kinetic, both apparent and virtual.  He combines his rigorous engineering adeptness with aesthetic intuition and uses self-imposed parameters to shape his works.

Tarrant County College,
Trinity River Campus

300 Trinity Campus Circle 76102
(817) 515-1370
EXHIBITION   The Trinity River campus of Tarrant County College is closed, but we’d like to highlight the efforts of students who had their work published in 
Roots and Reflections. This new literary and art publication highlights poetry, short stories, non-fiction, and artwork from over 50 different students, and was designed entirely by a class of 11 Trinity River students. We invite you to peruse the pages of 
Roots and Reflections online.


The Art Galleries at 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 show, an exhibition tour with comments by the artist, and a video of the “Cowboys of Color Parade.”
Caribbean Fantasia by Raphaël Barontini
Paris-based artist Raphaël Barontini uses photographic imagery on textiles to create installations that conjure spectacle, celebration and ritual. From large-scale colorful banners and flags to items of customized clothing, his vibrant printed fabric work combines pattern and portraiture that is both eye-catching and alluring. His juxtaposition of seductive surfaces - - playful fringe and tassels against silky drapery and soft leather - - creates a dynamic gallery environment that suggests performance and improvisation.
The Art Galleries at TCU: Moncrief Cancer Institute Second Floor
400 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 288-9800

GALLERY NIGHT HOURS: The Moncrief Cancer Institute is not open to the public for exhibition viewing due to COVID restrictions. You may view the exhibition online at https://linktr.ee/MoncriefArtGallery.
(FWADA hours will be 12-9 pm)
EXHIBITION: HOUSE, an exhibition by Texas Christian University’s third- year MFA student Ashley Stecenko, features works on Yupo paper. With an unconventional form of painting, Ashley creates psychological landscapes through a process of solvent-based photo transfers. In her first solo exhibition, she focuses on her personal experience with family. Using photographs of her family spaces, she rearranges the image to better understand her own family dynamic within them. These paintings are about disconnect and displacement but more importantly, love and home.  www.ashleystecenko.com

Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery
Texas Wesleyan University
1415 E. Vaughn Street 76105

11 a.m.-4 p.m. The gallery is current closed due to COVID, but will reopen Spring 2021.
The Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio gallery's mission is to serve as a cultural and an academic environment for the enjoyment and critical analysis of the visual arts. We do this by making culturally and conceptually relevant art accessible to the University and surrounding community. Visually enriching exhibitions and informative experiences with artists, visiting classes, campus and community meetings enrich the lives of all visitors. We actively work to establish the importance and significance of the visual arts relative to the human values present on our campus and our community.
Free gallery events include artist gallery talks and receptions, as well as outreach activities.

The Gallery at UTA
502 South Cooper / FA Bldg 76019

Hillerbrand+Magsamen and Nic Nicosia

Recent work by Houston husband and wife artist team Mary Magsamen and Stephan Hillerbrand and Dallas artist Nic Nicosia. The work will consist of photographs, drawings, sculpture and videos. 

Face coverings and social distancing are required while visiting campus. 

Image captions: 
 Top:         Hillerbrand+Magsamen
                 A Device to be Heard, 2019
Bottom:    Nic Nicosia
                  Dreamboats (Company 2), 2019
The Upstairs Gallery
1038 W. Abram  / Arlington, TX 76013

GALLERY NIGHT HOURS   12pm- 7pm  The Gallery will be open and following CDC guidelines.
Impressions of the Hill Country, North Texas and the Gulf Coast by late Texas artist Stephen Rascoe 1924 - 2008. Texas impressionist Stephen Rascoe was one of the The Upstairs Gallery’s founding artists. This exhibition offers a selection of paintings that highlight the various regions of Texas where Stephen Rascoe lived and painted.
Poems by Prince De’Vshon will complement these evocative artworks.
Also on display Selected Works by Gallery Artists

Weiler House Fine Art Gallery
3126 Handley Drive Fort Worth 76112

Sat Sept. 12th.12pm -8pm,
Sunday 12 - 5pm. Closed Monday
Tuesday thru Sat 10am -5pm.
Face Coverings are required, social distancing observed.

EXHIBITION  Please join us as we celebrate Gallery Week in Fort Worth.  We will be featuring new works from artists Steve Miller & Michael S. Ryan. We will be also featuring all our gallery artists as well as new arrivals of vintage and antique artwork.
Image captions:

Top:         Valley Floor, o/c by Michael S. Ryan
Bottom:   Broken Fences, o/c by Steve Miller
William Campbell
Contemporary Art, Inc.

4935 Byers Ave. 76107


Saturday, Sept. 12th and 19th, 12pm – 6pm
Monday, Sept. 14th -Friday, Sept. 18th, 10am – 6pm. 

Please make your reservation by clicking here.

Julie Lazarus considers the transformative power of water in her new series, Acqua Alta. Inspired by the artist’s time in Venice, Italy, the large-scale abstract paintings explore how water defines and alters its environment via changes brought on by a combination of nature’s slow erosion and more immediate destruction spawned by human action. Filled with gradations of saturated pigment and dynamic, organic shapes, the canvases conjure a sense of movement through space and time, channeling the universal ebb and flow of physical and emotional energies. By using a palette reflective of the deep, rich colors native to the Venetian landscape, Lazarus reveals the radiance that exists through every layer of the picture plane and our own existence, invariably emerging from even the darkest surroundings.

Face coverings are required
Social distancing observed


American Institute of Architects (AIA) Fort Worth
1227 W Magnolia Ave,76104


Join us at HKS Architects where we will be hosting an exhibit in its 45th year, the AIA Dallas Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (KRob), the longest-running architectural delineation competition currently held anywhere in the world. KRob is open to students and professionals, and offers awards in the following categories: digital/hybrid media, hand delineation, physical delineation, travel sketch, and animation. For the very first time, KRob will take on the art of animation as an emerging tool that pushes architectural delineation exploration.

We will also be selling tickets to our annual Homes Tour, scheduled for May 18th and 19th. Visit aiafw. org for more information about the exhibit and upcoming events!

Botanical Research
Institute of Texas

1700 University Drive 76107

While BRIT will not be open on Gallery Night, we invite the public to visit the exhibition during our regular hours (M-F / 10-4) throughout Gallery Week, and beyond. Proper social distancing will be expected of guests, with a low gallery capacity limit. Masks and sanitizer will be available. An interview with the artist, as well as a virtual tour, will be available to enjoy on our YouTube channel. 

Drawing from Nature
New Work from Carol Benson
College Town Renaissance Center
1209 W. Abram Street
Arlington, TX  76013


Gallery Night: 12:00pm to 7:00 pm
Regular Hours: Fridays and Saturdays 1:00 – 5:00 pm
* Other Times By Appointment *

The College Town Renaissance Center (CTRC) presents: The Collector’s Cull.  
The CTRC will offer pieces from our permanent collection, The Henderson-Light Collection of American Art and Art from the African Diaspora, to the public for review and sale.  Artists included: Kevin Cole, Doug Fudge, Earlene Green, Annette Lawrence, Lionel Lofton, Eric Mack, Rocky McGee, Bernice Montgomery, Erika Ranee, Karla Reid, Deborah Roberts, Jamaal Stafford, and Herschel Yelder, among others.  The genres, styles, and mediums presented are varied: works on paper, canvas, collages, etchings, and sculpture.  The event runs through November 14, 2020.
1101 S. Bowen Rd. 76013
817 673 2949
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.
120 St. Louis Avenue, Suite 149, Fort Worth


Sept 9 - Sept 11 we will be open 5PM - 8PM for general admission (Masks and social distancing required and enforced)

Open 1PM - 9PM – Entry by Eventbrite only

Cufflink’s inaugural group exhibition includes works by Marshall K. Harris, Linda Shobe and Ross Bonfanti. What’s in a Name focuses on the pragmatic and complex process of perceptions, contextualization and feelings associated with pairing names to their visual hosts. The exhibition, in addition, raises the question behind the origins of the gallery’s name.
Masks Required. Groups of no more than 4 people per time slot.
440 S Main Street 76140

Sat: Sept. 12; 12-8 pm

Masks required.
Manifest: A curated exhibition of abstract works by contemporary regional artists Kelly Aldridge, Gerald Bell, Randy Padorr-Black, Ryan Oswald, Julia Ross and more. Manifest focuses on the quest for reality through abstract application of paint, collage and other mixed media. The gallery will also have more modern pieces to rummage through. It’s always an artful treasure hunt at Gallery 440!
3525 Lovell Ave 76107

   (FWADA hours will be ​12-9​ pm)


EXHIBITION: Galleywinter Resident artists...

Pat Green, Cheryl Hodge, Leslie Jandrain, Cade Kegerreis and Ginger Walker plus the Fort Worth Art Circle


1307 Hurley Avenue 76104


5pm- 8:30pm
(FWADA hours will be 12pm-9 pm)


Garret Pendergrass Pottery is set in a converted Arts and Crafts style home right off Magnolia Avenue. Nestled on the edge of Fairmount, this pottery studio will display Garret Pendergrass’ Water Garden series.
Soft hues of blue, paired with geometric contours will automatically draw your attention while details to function will create a connection. This high quality, masterfully crafted pottery will be available to purchase for your ceramic collection. Beyond the gallery space, Garret Pendergrass opens up the entire studio to view. Pottery lessons and open studio sessions are offered in this unique space.


3308 W 7th St 76107
(817) 332-1297


Henson-McAlister is showing work from Sacramento Artist and Equestrian, Liz Stohlman. A graduate of California State University, Ms. Stohlman, when not in her studio, spends her extra time training horses.
Lottie Mae Lounge
Flowers on the Square - 4701 White Settlement Road 76114
GALLERY NIGHT HOURS Saturday, September 12 (2 – 9 pm); Sunday, September 13 (noon – 5 pm)
Lottie Mae Lounge is mobile pop up gallery housed in a renovated 31-ft. 1979 Airstream,  featuring the work of Sarah Ayla, Ronnie Heart, Nancy Lamb and Vince Veazey. 

4804 Camp Bowie Blvd 76107
(682) 708-3838


Multiple Artists: Amy Young, Timothy Poe, Ginger Ray Walker, Sabrinah Chappell, Beth Gandy, Betsy Edwards, Winter Rusiloski, Fay Jean Hooker, Jim Hudek, Lisa Moore, Sarah Gentry, Amanda Dixxon

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


Open by Appointment Only

TAFA is the only fine art academy in Texas that is focused exclusively on realist drawing and painting. We offer classes in figure drawing & painting, portraiture, and still-life in an atelier setting that combines Old Master working methods with a contemporary realist approach. For more information on our fall term or to visit our studios please go online to www.tafastudio.org

Our gallery and exhibition space is open by appointment only.  

Wright At Home
5168 Monahans Ave.
(Shops At Clearfork) 76109


    Tues.-Sat. 10am-5pm

   (FWADA hours will be 12-9 pm)
EXHIBITION: Wright At Home is proud to exhibit the work of contemporary abstract painter Jerry Nabors. A firm foundation for his painting was enriched while attending Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where he received a double major in painting and drawing,  and education degree.
He also studied at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC. Jerry uses his wide variety of creative experiences in life to create spontaneous, clean, contemporary paintings.  “Creativity surrounds us.  Never miss an opportunity to expose yourself to new creative experiences”
Wright At Home has been a fixture on the bricks for over 19 years.  We are now proud to be at the “Shops At Clearfork” and anticipate your visit to our new location.
Owner and Designer Adrian Wright offers a beautiful variety of home accents, stylish furnishings, gifts and Design Services.  Please plan to visit Wright At Home Tuesday through Saturday 10 - 5 PM

1000 Words
Fall Gallery Night at Waterside

Hosted by Madeworthy & Edgar Miller Images
3720 Convair Drive 76109

Saturday the 12th: 4pm- 9pm
Sunday the 13th: 3pm- 6pm
Saturday the 19th: 5pm- 8pm

An exhibition of work from local photographers as they present images worth a 1000 words or more! Located next to REI in the Waterside shopping district stop by to see a variety of genres with work available for sale. The pop up gallery will be up through September 19th.


120 S Main St 76104

(817) 923-3012

Even though our doors have been closed due to Covid-19, we have been hard at working serving our community through several initiatives, including online De-Cruit and Shake It Off workshops for those who are affected by trauma, hiring unemployed theatre artists to make protective gear, and more. We’ve planned a lot of surprises for our members, including cookies, Tad-Poles Grams, and an audio surround-sound production to be unveiled in July.
And finally, we are working hard to be allies to the Black Community in the fight against police brutality and institutional racism by listening, educating ourselves, and honestly assessing how well we are doing at creating a safe and welcoming environment for artists and patrons of all races, ages, and physical abilities.

Fort Worth Art Collective
Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
817-301-7258 (not to be listed in ad)
Fort Worth Art Collective: The New Abnormal
The Fort Worth Art Collective returns to the FWCAC featuring new, personal work completed during the current COVID-19 pandemic as we struggle to adapt to the new abnormal on an individual, household and artistic career level with a sense of purpose and creativity.
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.
Encourage, promote and provide opportunities for artists.
360 Smokeshack
2708 W. 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

We have recently opened 360 Smoke Shack serving ready-to-go meals such as Sloppy Joes, Pork Loin and Chicken or Smoked Wing Packages.  Call us or order on line and we will have everything ready for you.
You can count on Cody Hickman, 360 owner, to maintain a diligent commitment to excellence & attention to detail, & can be confident that 360 Catering & Events will approach your event as the start of a long-term relationship. Our passion for superior food & personalized service will leave your guests, family& clients talking long after your celebration. Let our expert team help make your special event one to remember.

Blackeyed Distilling Co.
503 Bryan Avenue 76104


The story behind BLK EYE Vodka started with a bold idea. From that, we created something entirely unique. With 100% Texas roots from farm to bottle, BLK EYE is the first vodka crafted by hand from black-eyed peas. Every bottle doubles as a showcase for an original Texas artist, and $1 from every bottle purchased goes back into supporting the local arts community. We set out to take the fine art of distilling in an all-new direction and the result is a smooth-tasting stroke of genius. At BlackEyed Distilling Co., we just believe an ultra- premium experience should be evident from the first sip.
2017 Global Spirit Awards Double Gold Medal and Best Traditional Vodka Winner.

Chadra Mezza & Grill
1622 Park Place (Near Southside) 76110

Mon. and Tues. 11am to 3pm
Wed.- Sat. 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Closed Sunday

Chadra Mezza & Grill is a lifelong labor of love for owner and chef, Nehme Elbitar, and his wife Christina. Named in honor of his hometown, Chadra, Lebanon, it offers an exceptional sampling of Mediterranean cuisine, in addition to delicious pastas and pizzas. Chadra Mezza offers two outdoor patios, private event space and full-service catering. Having received numerous awards granted by various entities and publications, Chadra Mezza represents a dining mainstay in the Near Southside. This is hardly surprising. After all, community is, according to the Elbitars, “their main ingredient.”

Winslow’s Wine Cellar
4101 Camp Bowie Blvd 76107
(817) 546-6843

FACEBOOK: Winslow’s Wine Cellar
INSTAGRAM: @winslowswinecellar

Your Westside destination for wines to take home!

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Arts and Culture Texas Magazine

The only print magazine and website dedicated to the visual and performing arts in North Texas and across the Lone Star State. We provide honest review and engaging commentary on the contemporary and emerging art scene.

Fort Worth Weekly

The Weekly is an award-winning media outlet renowned for its in-depth investigative reporting and cultural criticism. The dominant reference point for active adults in Tarrant County, the Weekly reaches 125,000 readers each week, while fwweekly.com generates more than 1.8 million pageviews each month. Readers trust the Weekly's reporters and the editorial staff is decorated with a Pulitzer Prize winner and numerous national awards for excellence in journalism.

Art Tooth
120 South Main St 7614


Art Tooth is an artist-run, 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves as an art consultancy, artist resource, and community partner in Fort Worth, Dallas, and beyond. Through exhibitions, networking events, educational programs, digital marketing, and strategic partnerships, we aim to elevate the creative practice of local, emerging, and mid-career artists.

Art Tooth was founded in 2016 with the intention to create more opportunities for artists in Fort Worth and to build relationships between artists, collectors, and art patrons. By making contemporary art accessible to an increasingly broad and diverse public, we strive to continue to strengthen Dallas-Fort Worth’s reputation as an arts destination.

Martin & Martin design
2819 Anode Lane, Dallas, TX 75220



Fine Art Services | Exhibit Design & Fabrication | Lighting Design & Electrical
We provide you with a creative, seamless experience around all your art + liGht related needs

Signature Image
1702 N. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76111


Signature Image specializes in art reproduction and fine art printing, and we offer many printing services and products. We recreate your original artwork or photograph on canvas, fine art papers or metal. Our mission is to provide museum quality prints worthy of an artist’s signature. We also offer gift, promo- tional and apparel printing. Visit our website for a full list of services and prices.