Art Nexus in North Texas: Fort Worth’s 6th Day in the District, TASA Conference Saturday

by Bill Davenport September 19, 2011

Saturday, September 24 is the Fort Worth Cultural District’s 6th Day in the District event, which means free admission and myriad performances and special events throughout the nexus of museums, all connected by  free shuttle bus. 10am-5pm.

While you’re in Fort Worth, The Texas Association of Schools of Art is holding it’s annual conference at Tarrant County College’s Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth next Friday and Saturday, Sept 23-24. Themed “Fluid Dynamics: Navigating the Evolving Arts,” speakers and workshops will aim to show how “plurality can allow for a synergistic effect, creating success and community through embracing a multi-faceted career.” The conference features talks by UNT professor Annette Lawrence, Ex-Centraltrak director Charissa Terranova, and gallery owner William Campbell, along with keynote speaker Van Romans, former Disney exec and President of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, who will talk about “Rethinking the Role of the Artist.”

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Shane Tolbert September 19, 2011 - 18:18

I’d rather hear a group of artists rethink the role of the artist.


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