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Picket Fence Unveiled, Opens Artistic Minds

Jul 19, 2017

(Photo: TORIN HALSEY/TIMES RECORD NEWS) A warm welcome matched the North Texas summer temperature Saturday as the Wichita Falls Alliance for the Arts and Culture unveiled its Don’t Fence Me In project. The project, celebrating creative identity, creative freedom and individuality, will be on display through August, thanks to the artistic efforts of hundreds of community…

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Arts Alliance Fence Project Taking Shape

Jul 18, 2017

(Photo: Torin Halsey/Times Record News) Organizers of the  “Don’t Fence Me In” project for the Wichita Falls Alliance for the Arts and Culture began the process of displaying the more than 1,000 pickets painted by members of the Wichita Falls community. Audra Lambert, left, and Whitney Hogue work together to align and mount some of…

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A Little Art Project in Wichita Falls

Jul 17, 2017

Margie J. Reese, Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture “Don’t Fence Me In” started out as a simple, hands-on art making opportunity for young artists to create designs and paint them on donated and recycled wood fence posts. This really simple concept for kids in Summer Art Camps has grown into a full-blown community…

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Keep out? Not with the ‘Don’t Fence Me In’ project

Jun 12, 2017

via the Times Record News Mom. Apple pie. White-picket fences. They’re all symbols of the idyllic American life. But the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture isn’t settling for a mere white picket fence. It’s adding some color to that American idealism and celebrating creative identity, creative freedom and individuality with its latest public art…

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