The Arts Council manages the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, provides leadership and funding to local arts organizations through our competitive Grants Program and administers the Fort Worth Public Art Program.
The Arts Council of Fort Worth invites you to celebrate Fort Worth's visual and performing arts groups who have stepped up to serve our community during this challenging and uncertain year. From the safety of your car, celebrate the arts with video tributes, live performances, and the good company of our
Pioneer Tower Iconic Public Art Project artist Refik Anadol invites you to share your Fort Worth images and/or stories for inclusion in his exciting audio/visual artwork to be projected on the historic 204-foot tower in February 2021!
To submit follow the ‘Call for Memories’ link below.
ARTS FOR ALL
The Arts Council of Fort Worth continues to stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and against systemic racism and police brutality. We are committed to listen, learn, and be a part of the transformation of our society through the power of art.
The Arts Council of Fort Worth cares deeply about our arts community and has compiled an on-going list of resources. Artists, musicians, writers, actors, and creatives who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will find financial, mental health, and immediate response resources.
Meroë Khalia Adeeb as Clara in The Glimmerglass Festival’s 2017 production of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess.
Photo credit: Karli Cadel, The Glimmerglass Festival