GALLERY SHOWS

I'D RATHER BE WITH YOU

Mañana Land

NOV 10 - NOV 18 2018

Step into an all immersive artistic experience at the  art-space Mañana Land this November.

New and old paintings from Jana Renée's Sweet Tooth Series as well as installations by Jeremy Joel and Grant Ring, Mike Cocanower, Ryvan Moton, Fever Dream Interactive and Alexa Alarcon. Live portraits of our guests by  Richard Benevides, and  Origami art by Akeen McDaniel. 

DJ Music stylings from New Orleans by Dj Otto. 

REVERIE

Fort Works Art

NOV 3 - DEC 30 2017

Visit Fort Works Arts satellite gallery to view local artist Jana Renée’s debut exhibition: Reverie. Enter “a state of dreamy meditation” as a liberation from the chaos of the world during Renée’s first solo show.

TABOO

Shipping and Receiving

201 Calhoun St, Fort Worth

OCT 27, 2017

Inspired by seduction, intrigue and excess...
TABOO is Neighborhood Cult's unforgettable, final art event of 2017. 
This is not your typical art show. 
You must dress in disguise (costume) to be granted entry. 
Subvert all cultural norms. 
Indulge in the excess and become a work of art. 
Celebrate the 7 deadly sins.
Join the cult. 

FEMME FATALE

1001 Elizabeth Blvd

MAY 30, 2017

The Brainchild of Jana Renée and Kryston Skinner, Femme Fatale is a show featuring many local artists using a historical 1920's Faimount mansion as the gallery. 

Curated by Jana Renée, the show features video artwork by Madie Braswell, Artwork by Sophia Ceballos, Hillary DoHoney, Ben Groff, Austin Fields, Jason Faries, Katie Cormier, Lindsay Ellary, Chip Tompkins, Brittany Ward Tucker, Caitlin Nelson, and Brie Underhill.

For the first time ever in Fort Worth, DJ stylings of Melee Max, music by Vogue Machine and VYLIT

This show is meant to showcase local visual and musical art in an environment made for artists and not for the curator's profit. 

SPRING GALLERY NIGHT WITH THE FOUNDRY

Inspiration Ally

MARCH 25, 2017

The Foundry District is happy to announce their first year of participation in one of Fort Worth's more highly anticipated events- Spring Gallery Night. For The Foundry, this was a special evening of art, music, and style! Local artists created 5 new murals spanning 180 ft. of creativity known as Inspiration Alley. 

Featured artists include:

Hillary Dohoney, Jeremy Joel, Nathan Madrid,

Jana Renée, Jay Wilkinson, John Worley,

& Monica Wright.

JOHNNY SINGULARITY'S UNSOUND ADVICE

1916 Fairmount Avenue

MARCH 11, 2017

Bringing together art and music, TCU’s Prof Blake Hestir hosts Johnny Singularity’s Unsound Advice. Visual artists Jana Renée and Austin Fields blend light, sculpture and painting to create a sensual and transient experience.

The Omni Hotel Texas Ballroom

THE NEXT SPACE RACE

MARCH 3, 2017

Each year, Near Southside, Inc. hosts an annual fundraiser gala, that we call the Near Southside Shindig. The entryway of the ballroom featured refreshments and art for auction featuring multiple local artists. 

44 BOOTLEGGER

MARCH 2, 2017

Boutique turned stylish bar, 44 Bootlegger invites Fort Worth artists to bring some local art to the public with music and wine. Weavings, Plant still lifes, prints and paintings, with some bubbly rosé.

A GOOD MANCHEGO IS HARD TO FIND

Barcadia, FW

816 Matisse Dr, Fort Worth

FEBRUARY 26, 2017

Themed show featuring local Fort Worth Artists at the beloved Barcadia. Artists made work inspired by the animated series Bob’s Burgers.

GIRL GAZE

JANUARY 21, 2017

GIRL GAZE, in a continued series of femme

art shows, is a hybrid art show/installation curated in a house featuring work made almost entirely by female artists. In a world where perspective is dictated through the male gaze, this show offers a tongue in

cheek insight into girl world through a balance of both beauty and discomfort: the depth and bond of female friendship, the influence of media on the shaping of our identity, worthiness, beauty standards, the struggle

of comparisons, sexuality, menstruation,

and mental illness.

DON'T CALL ME BABY

Shipping and Receiving

201 Calhoun St, Fort Worth

AUGUST 13, 2016

Don't Call Me Baby intends to empower and raise awareness to it's guests about the female experience and perspective through a diverse group of artists's voices. A portion of the art profits will be donated to local women's organization Women's Center. There will also be a booth with information on resources as well as a donation box.

100 FOR 100

Shipping and Receiving

201 Calhoun St, Fort Worth

APRIL 23, 2016

As part of FAMfest 2016, 100 for 100 gave people all over Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas the opportunity to view and accessibly purchase work from 100 different leading local artists.

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