Category - Arts and Culture
Fort Worth is home to many talented Latinx artists who specialize in different mediums. From black-and-white line art drawings (that some have even gotten tattooed) to earrings made with local flowers and plants, there’s something for every art lover.
Art is all around us. You can even view it on your phone. Check out the many ways Fort Worth cultural institutions are sharing the beauty of their collections online. Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center The North Side cultural center recently released a visual tour of the show "Endangered Americas"
Posted On March 19, 2020 | Taylor Hardy
The Fort Worth Film Commission was established to help support and attract productions while acting as a beacon for the creative class. Check out the following projects filmed in Fort Worth that are available to stream from home (some may require a subscription, membership or one-time purchase) and follow #StreamFortWorth on social.
Many in Fort Worth are heeding advice to practice social distancing during the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. The necessary precaution has lead to the cancellation of gigs and concerts that financially support local musicians.
Dickies Arena hosts noteworthy sporting events, concerts and more on a weekly (and sometimes nightly) basis. If you’ve flown in to see your hometown team or driven up to rock with your favorite band, here's what you can do around the Arena before the event begins.
Tatiana Mayfield has reached a milestone, both professionally and personally. The vocalist and composer who is best known for her renditions of R&B and jazz works is wrapping up graduate studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.