Aviation museum renovated

DFW is filled with a variety of museums. Last year one of those museums underwent a major renovation. Check out the new and improved, C.R. Smith Museum. There is so much to see and do at the C.R. Smith Museum from American Airlines history to interactive activities. Enter the cockpit of a MD-80m, take a […]

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KAWS is here to stay

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth has had a working relationship with KAWS for over 7 years. His first exhibit was part of the Focus series in 2011. KAWS art brings in such a diverse population of all ages. It is an explosion of modern art meets pop culture in the form of sculptures, […]

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Takashi Murakami comes to Fort Worth

The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg June 10 – September 16 I have told you before and this exhibit supports my claim that Fort Worth offers world class art. This exhibit will appeal to such a vast array of people that it is taking the art world by storm. The influences reflected in his work […]

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Children’s Literacy Festival this weekend

Dia de los Ninos Y Libros is a day to celebrate children’s literacy. In honor of this day, Artes de la Rosa will be hosting a 3 day celebration. This is a fantastic way to celebrate children and encourage the love of reading. April 26 5:00 – 7:00 PM Student Art Exhibit and Reception This […]

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Spring Break in Fort Worth

There are several camps taking place next week during Spring Break. It is a great opportunity to check out “tourist sites” that are sometimes overlooked by the locals. Here are just a few suggestions. ART CAMP March 12 – 16 This camp is for ages 8 – 12. They will make mask and learn to […]

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Weekend adventures: January 12 – 14

Adventure awaits you in 2018. I challenge you to “go find it!” Try something new. Check out a local venue you have never been to before. The DFW area offers many opportunities to find adventure. Here are just a few of the events happening this weekend. THEATER: Sylvia January 12 – February 4 This romantic […]

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Spies on the move in Washington

Murder, secrecy, espionage? If these words intrigue you than a visit to the International Spy Museum is something you will enjoy. This is “the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history […]

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