We are committed to putting artists to work – and to engaging partners in those efforts. Artists work every day to engage residents in creative projects that celebrate our region’s heritage. They push us to think about our communities in new ways.

Explore our latest projects and partnerships!

A+ Projects

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture is helping parents and teachers connect the arts to academic requirements. The A+ Initiative provides an arts-integrated approach to reinforcing the basic knowledge and skills children need to stay on grade level and enhance their academic learning. Explore learning guides, art activities and lesson plans designed for…

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Cultural Asset Mapping Project

The Cultural Asset Mapping Project is an initiative from the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture to identify and map the places and resources that are important to our region’s culture and creativity. The online map will be ever-evolving as community members continue to add artwork, artists, places, and events that contribute to the life…

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Recovering Creativity Workshops

“Recovering Creativity” is a transformative series of Artist Development Workshops hosted by the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture in 2024. Designed with local creatives in mind, the workshops will provide tools to help attendees overcome the pressures, insecurities, and barriers that are blocking them from a joyful artistic practice. These workshops are FREE…

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Regional Museum Network

The Regional Museum Network, facilitated by the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, fosters collaboration among museums across the region. It is designed to advance the culture and heritage of our region. The network engages in regular meetings where participants can benefit from expert insights, share upcoming projects, and explore innovative collaborative opportunities.

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The Legends Project: Charlye O. Farris

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture plans to install a permanent bronze sculpture of the late Charlye O. Farris as part of “The Legends Project,” an effort to honor North Texas legends and trailblazers. Farris holds the distinction of becoming the first African-American woman licensed to practice law in Texas, the first African-American…

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Wichita County Courthouse Rotating Exhibition

The Alliance is proud to partner with Wichita County on a rotating exhibition at the Wichita County Courthouse. The latest exhibition is: The exhibition is located on the first floor of the courthouse outside of the Law Library. Each exhibition is made possible with support from the Wichita County Archives and the Museum of North…

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