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Heart of Gold 2021

Honoring Bill and Pam Campbell

Founders of William Campbell Contemporary Art

 
 

As founders of the William Campbell Contemporary Art Gallery, the Campbells made an indelible mark on the arts in Fort Worth and through the years nurtured the careers of dozens of talented young artists, many of whom have been with the gallery for decades. Attendees of the Arts Council’s 2021 Heart of Gold Luncheon celebrated the extraordinary impact of Bill and Pam Campbell on the arts of Fort Worth on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The Campbells are part of a Heart of Gold legacy honoring those who make the performing and visual arts in Fort Worth a quintessential part of this city's identity. 

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Save the date for Heart of Gold 2022

September 21, 2022

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Mrs. Mercedes T. Bass

Thank you to our sponsors!

Guardian Sponsor

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Advocate Sponsors

 

Karen and Larry Anfin

 

Kim and Glenn Darden

Maddie and Larry Lesnick

Pacheco Koch

 

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

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Mr. Mark Sanders

Jared and Amethyst Sloane

 

Ginny and Joe Tigue

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In-Kind Sponsor

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Ms. Karen Wiley

Previous Heart of Gold Recipients

2019 | Rosalyn G. Rosenthal

2018 | Deborah Jung

2017 | Larry And Karen Anfin

2016 | Frost Bank

2015 | Willa Dunleavy

2014 | Mac Churchill | Juana Rosa Daniell

2013 | Louise Britt Carvey | Val Wilkie Jr.

Honoring Rosalyn G. Rosenthal as the

2019 Heart of Gold Recipient

Previous Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Recipients

2019 | Margo Dean

2018 | Paul Paine

2017 | John Giordano

2016 | Ben Stevenson, O.b.e.

2015 | Miguel Harth-Bedoya

2014 | Sharon Benge

2013 | Darren Woods (Innovator In The Arts)

 

Honoring Margo Dean with the

2019 Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award