Planning Consultants for the upcoming Pioneer Tower Iconic Public Art Project, AURORA are excited to invite your family to an immersive exhibition, that transforms over 100,000 square feet of the historic Neiman Marcus parking garage. Featuring works by sixteen regional artists, the exhibition will include large-scale light, video, and sound installations. Which will be viewable from the safety of attendees’ own cars.
On Monday, October 12, 2o20 the Fort Worth Art Commission voted to approve the preliminary design for the new Fire Station #26. The City of Fort Worth is currently designing a replacement station for Fire Station #26 located at 6124 S. Hulen Street (76113). Julie Lazarus has completed a micro-residency with the Fort Worth Fire Department and will now begin working on a Final Design for the Fire Station #26 Public Art Project.
The dedication of Vase with Nine Flowers by artist James Surls took place on Wednesday, August 12 at 9:30 AM. You may view the artwork at the intersection of Lansford Lane and Montgomery Street, 76107. The dedication was steamed live on FWPublicArt’s Facebook and Instagram. You can also view the dedication on the City of Fort Worth’s YouTube account, linked below.
Join us for the next Fort Worth Art Commission Special Called Meeting on Monday, April 19, 2021, at 5 p.m. Due to health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19 coronavirus, this meeting will be conducted by videoconference. View the agenda [coming soon] and learn how to connect.
Local artist Kris Pierce installed a series of three permanent sculptural plinths in the courtyard of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center in November 2019, providing a new temporary outdoor sculpture exhibitions organized by the Arts Council of Fort Worth:
An extension of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center galleries, the Sheila & Houston Hill Courtyard Gallery provides a venue to temporarily exhibit contemporary sculptural artwork in a prominent outdoor setting in one of the most architecturally significant Cultural Districts in the United States.
This program builds on the legacy of outdoor sculpture exhibitions at museums in the Cultural District while exploring relevant themes and issues while acting as a catalyst for conversations about art and community issues. The Fort Worth Community Arts Center’s Exhibitions Manager invited a select group of young artists to submit proposals for the inaugural Sheila & Houston Hill Courtyard Gallery. Two artists were selected to exhibit for one year. Each artist was chosen based on artistic merit, conceptual strength, and each artist’s ability to address relevant social and cultural issues.
Learn about the inaugural exhibition by visiting the Fort Worth Community Arts Center website.