Alliance to Build Replica Tribal Dome in Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls, TX – (KFDX) The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture is commissioning a project that will help folks take a look back at the history and heritage of the city. The Alliance has recruited local artists and folks from Sheppard to design, create and construct a replica dome.

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Early Giving for Texoma Gives Underway

Early giving starts TODAY for Texoma Gives! We are raising money for our 2019 summer art camps. This year, we were able to provide summer arts instruction to more than 450 children across North Texas. Help us reach even more kids in 2019. We want to continue offering arts learning for kids in neighborhoods and locations…

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Art Bikes on the Move

Art Bikes on the Move in Wichita Falls in Preparation for Hotter’N Hell (Torin Halsey, Times Record News) Some people see a rusted old bicycle with flat tires headed for the trash bin. Wichita Falls artists see it as a blank canvas, ready to become something beautiful and unique.      

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Call for Artists: Create Wichita Falls

In celebration of National Arts and Humanities Month, the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture is commissioning artists to create interactive photo boards for the October After Hours Workshop. This is a great opportunity for local artists to demonstrate their professionalism and value within the greater community. Artists whose original designs are selected will…

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Students Gain Focus

Students in Wichita Falls program focus on photography, literacy and creativity (Times Record News) A pop-up gallery exhibition of their work was on display Tuesday at the library, and several of the student artists were on hand to talk about their work and what inspired it. The youngsters used a variety of cameras from smartphones…

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Around the Home: Art Bikes

Wichita Falls (Times Record News) – If you live in Wichita Falls or the surrounding area, you are more than likely familiar with our annual cycling event known as the Hotter ‘N Hell Hundred, or HHH. The HHH, entering its 37th year, is one of the oldest and largest cycling events in the nation.  Over…

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Student Photography Exhibit

Works of art will be on display at the Wichita Falls Public Library from this summer’s Literacy Through Photography programs. This exhibit features work by students who participated in camps at the Wichita Falls Public Library and the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas powered by the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and…

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Summer Business Hours Notice

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture office will be closed on Fridays during the month of July. Our regular hours will resume beginning in August. If you have any questions regarding this change, please contact our office by calling (940) 500-4451 or emailing info@wichitafallsarts.org.

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July After Hours Art Walk

We had such a blast at this month’s After Hours Artwalk in Downtown Wichita Falls! Activities included painting a snow plow, tie-dying canvas, and saying farewell to “Don’t Fence Me In.” Click below to see a gallery of photos from this month’s event.    

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WF Alliance says goodbye to painted picket fences

WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) – If you’ve driven by Nexus Park this week, you may have noticed the colorful picket fences are gone. The painted picket fences were taken down on Tuesday and moved to their final destination, 9th street studios. “It’s a little sad to see something like this go, but I’m excited because…

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Fence Picket Pick-Up!

More than 1000 pickets have been on display at Nexus Square across from the Attebury Grain Elevator for the last year. Now it’s time to say goodbye. On Saturday, we will host a Picket Pick-Up at 806 Travis Street from 8:30AM-12:30 PM. While you’re there you can also grab a souvenir postcard book from the Don’t Fence…

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Texas Film Round-Up in Wichita Falls

In partnership with Humanities Texas and the Texas Film Commission, Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) will bring its award-winning Texas Film Round-Up to Wichita Falls. On Saturday, August 4, Wichita Falls and surrounding area residents are invited to bring their old family photos, films and videotapes, letters, journals, and other documents for FREE digitization.

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