Art has needs. The Arts Council uses the contributions of hundreds of generous donors to promote cultural diversity, artistic quality and management excellence through a competitive grant-making process.
When you donate to the Arts Council, your contribution funds arts organizations throughout the city making quality artistic programming available to all.
For more information call the Arts Council’s Development Office at
817-298-3037. Your support of the Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County could be your most important investment in the cultural ...
What is WorthGoing.com?
WorthGoing.com is a comprehensive online resource for Arts and Entertainment information for the Greater Fort Worth area. It offers the largest local database of area events, including arts, sports, family, western heritage and recreational events in an easy, searchable site. Additional listings of organizations, venues, public art, and individual artists are also included.
How can I send my events?
Just go to "Submit a Listing" at the top of any page on WorthGoing.com and click Submit an Event. You must submit your event 2 weeks prior to ...
Arts Center Hours: M - F: 9AM - 5PM / Sat: 10AM - 5PM
1300 Gendy St Fort Worth, TX 76107-3015
The Fort Worth Community Arts Center’s mission is to provide accessible and affordable exhibition, performance, workshop, classroom, and office space to artists and arts organizations in the region, and to serve the general public by presenting the work of contemporary visual and performing artists in a user-friendly environment that is available for event and meeting rentals.
At the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, we ...
OUR STORY …
Public art enriches the quality of our daily visual experience, creating a sense of place and making our city more attractive to visitors and residents alike. It’s an investment in the urban environment, promoting civic pride by reflecting who we are. With the establishment of Fort Worth Public Art (FWPA) in 2001, the City of Fort Worth said “YES!” to enhancing civic architecture, creating harmonious public spaces, and fostering artfully designed infrastructure. An exciting vision for the future is laid out in the 2003 Fort Worth Public Art ...