The Fort Worth Community Arts Center is an historic and dynamic arts complex with newly remodeled galleries that host emerging and
Public art is the expression of a community's sense of identity. Public Art encourages community and citizen participation and collaboration with artists, design professionals, and developers.
In Fort Worth's celebrated Cultural District, visitors can explore museums and historical buildings that are acclaimed for their architecture, nestled in an easily walkable in a relaxing, park-like setting.
The Texas Artists Coalition is a membership-driven program whose mission is to support the career development of emerging and established artists. Members receive exclusive exhibition opportunities, discounts on Arts Fort Worth programming, a dedicated newsletter, and more!
Arts Fort Worth cares deeply about our arts community and has compiled an on-going list of resources for artists, performers, and creatives.
The Fort Worth City Council approved a resolution appointing a task force to determine future uses of the City-owned building located in the Cultural District at 1300 Gendy Street. This building, currently leased by Arts Fort Worth for use as the Fort Worth Community Arts Center and the W.E. Scott Theater. The Task Force has voted to recommend to City Council that the building be redeveloped. Learn more about the process and how you can advocate for the arts in Fort Worth.