Culture

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jul 31 - 11:22am

The summer exhibition, Botticelli to Braque: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland, on view in the Renzo Piano Pavilion, features 55 paintings that span a period of more than 400 years.

| by Nicole Crites | UNTIL SEPT. 20, visitors at the Kimbell Art Museum have the opportunity to see a collection of world-famous paintings in a far range from Sandro Botticelli of the Italian Renaissance to 20th-century cubist artist Georges Braque. “The exhibition, drawn from one of the...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Jul 31 - 11:16am

Public Figures, Private Artists to benefit The Art Station

The Art Station will host its second annual benefit event on Oct. 22, from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., in the lobby of the Pier 1 building in Fort Worth. The event, called Public Figures, Private Artists, will include an art auction, interactive art displays, live entertainment and festive food...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jul 31 - 11:08am

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is displaying Famous American photographers Edward and Brett Weston.

Edward and Brett Weston’s Like Father, Like Son photography exhibition from Feb. 21 to Aug. 23, 2015. Located on the second floor in the North West wing of the Art Museum, the exhibit features 23 prints of both Edward and Brett Weston’s work. | by Brianna Kessler | It is said by most...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Jun 17 - 11:41am

Wendell knew he would be dead in a few seconds, but he didn’t pray. He never thought of heaven or hell or God, because he knew that what had started to happen in that snow was way beyond God’s ability to do much about. Instead, Wendell remembered feeling amazed by how fast a soldier can...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Jun 17 - 11:37am

If you ask 12-year-old Granbury fiddle prodigy, Ridge Roberts, the difference between a violin and a fiddle, he smiles and says: “Well, with a violin, you have strings; with a fiddle, you have strangs.” But make no mistake about it; Ridge is a fiddle historian, from the different types...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 May 27 - 11:51am

Texas Rising, starring Bill Paxton, premieres on Memorial Day

It’s been more than a year since we last spoke with film and television actor Bill Paxton. The interview with the Fort Worth native led to a feature called Texas Rising for the May 2014 issue. At that time, Paxton was preparing for what he says today is one of the most exciting things he...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Apr 22 - 12:43pm

Artist Christopher Blay

Fort Worth artist Christopher Blay prefers not to talk about himself. In fact, he will not. “My work is more than my biography,” he explains. Instead, Blay designates his art as functioning as an extension of who he is as a person and his interests. “I can talk about my work as...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2015 Apr 22 - 12:27pm

The Fine Line exhibition is coming back to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, April 16-May 31, asking the community one more time to overcome the stigma that comes with mental illness.

Beth, in this photo, was horribly abused. This photograph of her is among those on exhibit. In a photograph, Beth stands in a garden, leaning against the wall facing the camera wistfully. She is brilliantly talented, performing poetry in high...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Mar 24 - 2:17pm

| by Sean Chaffin |

Mark Reznicek’s sticks have hammered the drums for the Toadies for the last 20 years. The band hasn’t slowed down in two decades of rock and continue this summer with the Summerland tour. Reznicek is also the co-creator of 2013’s Buzzkill comic book series, which will soon be...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2015 Mar 24 - 1:56pm

MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival 2015

If recent years are any indication, tens of thousands of people will gather in Downtown Fort Worth, April 9-12, for the 30th MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival. The largest art festival in Texas—spanning 25 blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center—...

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