Thank our state lawmakers for supporting the arts!! Four Wichita Falls arts nonprofits received state funding for the first round of grants from the Texas
Early giving for Texoma Gives 2019 is now open. We are excited to announce we have a generous donor helping increase your impact! When we
Artists Draw Inspiration From ‘Ride-A-Long’ With Fort Worth Fire Department by Hady Mawajdeh 28 Aug 2019 (KERA) It’s 7 a.m. and things are slow at Fire Station
(Wichita Falls ISD) Congratulations to WFISD music educators on receiving The Best Communities for Music Education designation. This designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate
(Wichita Falls, TX - Times Record News) In a couple of weeks, the 37th Annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred will roll through Wichita Falls and the
The Divas have been long-time students of Lawton watercolor legend Tom Biggs. The seven artists will display a sampling of their works on paper.
- Sandra Crostley
- Mitzi Duncan
- Cathy Ross
- Debra Schacher
- Jan Stratton
- Yvon Todd
- Fran Wehner
The Galleria is in the Forum building located at 2120 Speedway, Wichita Falls, TX 76308. Call for further information: 940-766-3347 or email email@example.com.
Come enjoy this exhibition of two incredible artists, Glen Bacus and Bobby Dove. “Organized Chaos: Visions of Nature” reveals differing perspectives of Nature and how those interpretations are influenced by personal experience.
Available for viewing, Monday-Friday, 10:30am-5:30 pm. Call AmbeR Scott to make arrangements. (940) 613-4797.
The Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas will present an opening reception
for Paul Valadez from 6-8 pm. Valadez is Assistant Professor of art at the
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg, Texas. His artwork is inspired
by his childhood and language experiences growing up in a bicultural family;
Anglo/white on his mother’s side, and Mexican on his father’s side, and the
feeling that he never fit in with either side. The exhibition is in celebration of
Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins Sept. 15. Call the WFMA at 940-397-8900
for more information.
September 16 7 pm, Sunwatcher Plaza
Join us for an exciting kickoff to Hispanic Heritage Month. Local band will perform while Hispanic based organizations share their culture.
David Holcomb and Mark Sutton are excited about our third listening room concert. On September 19, 2019. Join us as we welcome special guests Johnny Divine & Harvey Toalson. Food and refreshments furnished by Gidet’s Sandwich Shack and 9th Street Studios. BYOB Seating is limited, be sure and get tickets $15.00 in advance through www.theacousticparlor.com or http://www.9thstreetstudios.com/ $20..00 at the door.