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Installed April 19, 2024, artist Mark Reigelman’s artwork for the Las Vegas Trail Roundabout entitled Right Turn Only is a spiral created from hundreds of blue traffic arrows that twirl in on themselves and point toward the sky. The artwork will be dedicated Saturday, June 1, 2024 at 9 a.m. Details coming soon.

Vision, South Patrol Division, Fort Worth Public Art

Installed April 17-19, 2024, artist Gordon Heuther’s artwork for the Fort Worth Police Department South Patrol Division entitled Vision seeks to evoke ideas of clarity, transparency, awareness and reflection that are essential to effective police enforcement today. The mirrored-finished stainless steel sphere is a timeless representation of the entire Fort Worth community and the people who serve it.

The Fort Worth Art Commission will next meet on Monday, May 20, 2024, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street, 76107. The Art Commission will consider acceptance of the Community Partnership Projects Initiative (CPPI) Report. The FWAC Agenda and backup are now available. Click below to access all three documents.

The Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 study was conducted by Arts Fort Worth in partnership with Americans for the Arts to show the impact that nonprofit arts and culture industries have on the economy. Take a look at the study’s findings to see how art is making a difference in our community!


Mark Reigelman’s Right Turn Only was recently installed at Las Vegas Trail and Normandale Street.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT | Will Rogers Memorial Center Plaques

A series of 14 plaques will be added to the Will Rogers Memorial Center including two introductory plaques to provide context for the tile murals and describe the 1936 design process as well as twelve scene-specific plaques with text would provide a balanced and more accurate cultural history.



Area C Projects’ artwork entitled Fabled draws upon the library’s role as a teller of stories and stories as creators of place. The artists suggest that what people know about a place comes from the stories it tells about itself. Area C Projects partnered with the Fort Worth Public Library to collect pictures, video and stories from residents of Fort Worth over several months.


Susan Narduli

Narduli was recently selected for the Far Northwest Library Public Art Project. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Masters of Architecture and is a licensed architect. As Principal and Creative Director, Narduli guides the conceptual evolution of the work for her award-winning studio. She is also the Director of Experiential and Interactive Projects for Cheeky Films. Visit her website to learn more!