TCA Grant Deadline Approaching

The deadline for the Texa Commission on the Arts – Arts Respond Project is July 16th.  If you need help thinking through your idea, feel free to give us a call!

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Summer 2018 Camps

Our summer 2018 arts camps have (for the most part) ended. We were fortunate to work with 9 local sites who hosted the camps with activities ranging from painting to photography, portraiture and beyond! In all, our teaching artists worked with more than 350 children in Wichita Falls, Burkburnett, and Vernon. To see some examples…

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Thank you to our 2018 Teaching Artists!

Our team of Teaching Artists are hard at work this summer with 10 arts camps in full swing across Texoma. This year we have camps in Wichita Falls, Burkburnett and Vernon. We are so fortunate to have a talented team of local artists to help make our summer programs possible. A teaching artist, by definition, is…

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Round Up for The Alliance at Odd Duck in June!

A big thank you to Odd Duck Coffee for choosing The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture as their June “Round Up” Non-Profit! When you visit Odd Duck, just ask them to round your order up to the nearest dollar to benefit The Alliance!  

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Lincoln Center Educators Converge on City

Eric Booth, ‘father of teaching artists,’ brings unique skill from Lincoln Center to Wichita Falls Times Record News For two weeks in the summer of 2017, two Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture’s Master Teaching Artists Audra Lambert and Bryson Petersen attended New York City’s Lincoln Center Education to learn more about teaching artistry.…

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Artists Come to Wichita Falls from across the Country for Workshop

Artists Come to Wichita Falls from across the Country for Workshop Times Record News Inside the Clark Student Center at Midwestern State University Sunday evening Margie Reese, executive director of the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture (WFAAC), welcomed artists from around the country to the Lincoln Center Education Teaching Artist Learning Lab at MSU.

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Gear Up for Art Bikes 2018

Art Bikes are back! The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture invites the public to pull out that old, unused bike and be a part of creating The Art Bikes 2018 exhibition celebrating the 37th year of the famous Hotter ‘N Hell Bike Ride. Art Bikes will be displayed at two locations as part…

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Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship Luncheon

Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture board member Shon Anderson (center) is an active supporter of the arts and education.  She is pictured here with fellow board member Paula Perkins and Margie Reese at the April 28th Delta Sigma Theta’s annual Scholarship Luncheon, which awards scholarships to area students moving toward their collegiate careers.…

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Margie is Headed to OPERA America this Summer!

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture is pleased to announce that Executive Director Margie Reese will be participating in OPERA America’s Annual conference in St. Louis in June. OPERA America’s annual conference is the preeminent gathering of opera professionals, artists, trustees and industry stakeholders in North America. More than 500 attendees will gather…

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Nexus Square in the News

Wichita Falls Alliance Proposes Arts Park Claire Kowalick, Times Record News Like a magnet drawing people together, Nexus Square art park could transform the gateway to downtown into a destination location. On Tuesday, the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture announced to the city council their plans to turn a 12-acre median along Kell…

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