The Fort Worth Community Arts Center

The Fort Worth Community Arts Center

(817) 738-1938

1300 Gendy Street

Fort Worth, TX 76107


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Heaven and Earth

An exhibition of works by the Dallas Baptist University Faculty. Work within the exhibition is classified into “three groups: Christian themes, landscape/nature and abstraction.”

Art Beat

A group exhibition of works by Cheri Biskup, Ed Bohm, Brenda Casey, Paul Dudley, Billy Dycus, Diane Dycus, Julie Fewsmith, Marta Gore, Michael Goss, Linda Henry, July...

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Art in the Metroplex 2014

Art in the Metroplex is back! A fixture at TCU for thirty years,  TCU has handed over the show to the Fort Worth Community Arts...

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James M Behan: Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo “re-envisions September 13, 1960 when Senator Kennedy stopped in Grand Prairie Texas to address the crowd that had gathered. The work documents this moment...

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Air Wind Sand Water: Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall’s 24-foot composite deawing, Coast, created from an aerial perspective, follows a section of a once remote coastline, its wetlands, and signs of human...

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Selections 2013 Exhibition

The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association (FWADA) presents its annual Selections exhibition and panel discussion at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The exhibition will feature...

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Cleo Boone: Figure Riddles

Thirty works about stimulating thought and forcing the viewer to question and solve. Remember, “Say the name-See the big picture”.

FWADA: Selections 2012

The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s annual Selections exhibition.

Matthew Golden: Subtopia

Golden’s current investigation takes place in the master planned communities of the Dallas-Firt Worth Metroplex and Houston.

Triple Exposure

A visual examination of the female in society from a woman’s perspective.


Joe LaBerge, Joyce Martin, Gerry Wissler, Terry Horn, Pam Stern, Brenda Benson and Lori Thomson are a new group of seven artists working in three...

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Elaine Pawlowicz: Block Party II

Pawlowicz takes suburban splendor and transforms it into subtly eerie stage sets that are at once inviting and off-putting. 

Nicholas Wood: Tangents & Adjustments

Drawings and sculptural objects which employ modulation, progression, memory, erasure, and reference by Nicholas Wood. Mr. Wood is a professor of studio art at the...

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Brian Spolans: Hiding In Suits

FWCAC is featuring work by Brian Spolans in Focus Gallery One, and work by Trayc Claybrook, Deanna Wood, Sonia Semone, Barry Mullins, Corliss Wall, Don...

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Kana Harada: Dawn

FWCAC features a solo exhibit for Kana Harada, who has a concurrent show up at Mighty Fine Arts. Also on view are exhibits for Nancy...

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