Together, we make art happen.
Arts Fort Worth—the new name for the Arts Council of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. It is a subtle, but meaningful change that has been years in the making.
What has not changed is our mission and purpose: to promote, nurture and support the arts in our community. We still distribute arts grants, hire artists to produce works of public art, showcase performers in the Hardy and Betty Sanders and W.E. Scott Theatres, present visual artists in ten gallery spaces, and provide office and studio space for creative workers in the heart of the Cultural District.
What makes Arts Fort Worth new? We are launching new ways of empowering and promoting artistic talent in Fort Worth and making life-changing artistic experiences available to everyone and ensure the future of the arts in our growing city and recovering arts community.
Our ability to respond to the quickly changing needs of Fort Worth’s artists and arts organizations depends entirely on charitable gifts from individual donors. Help us meet our goal to raise at least $50,000 by the year’s end. With your support, we will help your arts sector grow and fully return to the important work of inspiring and engaging us all.
A family visits curated group exhibition, Our Faces, Our Voices which was shown in the Marlene & Spencer Hays Foundation Gallery, September 4 – November 7, 2020.
Image courtesy of Raymond Wyatt and Shauna Benoit
Thank you for learning more about Arts Fort Worth and supporting our mission. Together, we make art happen. Visit the Who We Fund page to see the arts organizations who directly benefited from donations like yours through the Arts Fort Worth grants program.