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  • Thank you, Leadership Fort Worth Class of 2014, for sharing your photos, experiences and impressions of the Fort Worth Public Art Collection!

    posted April 17th
  • Great photos so far, Leadership Fort Worth! Keep them coming!

    posted April 17th
  • Today, the Leadership Fort Worth class of 2014 is out and about seeing public art. Watch for their photos and comments under "Recent Posts by Others"!

    posted April 17th

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

Dallas Avenue Public Art Project
EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE:
April 21, 2014


FWPA invites professional artists living within a 100-mile radius of Fort Worth to submit qualifications for the Dallas Avenue Police Station Public Art Project. No previous public art experience necessary. Public Art budget: $45,000. View the full RFQ

 

 


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TIME FOR SPRING - TROUT LILY CLOCK

Jack Mackie’s Trout Lily Clock keeps track of hourly time for transit riders, pedestrians, and motorists on East Lancaster Avenue. But it also honors a seasonal timekeeper, the Dogtooth Violet, more suitably known as the Trout Lily. Spring breakers can visit Jack Mackie’s Trout Lily Clock at the T’s transit station at Sargent Street and East Lancaster Avenue before visiting Tandy Hills Natural Area at 3400 View Street, 76103. See more

 

 

  

 

 

 

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