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November Arts Town Hall with Margie Reese

Oct 21, 2020

Join The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture on Thursday, November 19th for our final Arts Town Hall of 2020. Margie Reese, Executive Director of The Alliance, will be discussing the State of the Arts in Wichita Falls. This is a celebration! In addition to a belated birthday celebration for Margie, we’ll be taking…

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Recruiting, Retaining, and Building a Diverse Board of Directors 

Oct 21, 2020

Recruiting, Retaining, and Building a Diverse Board of Directors TCA Professional Development Webinar Classic – Remastered TCA is excited to offer a remastered professional development webinar from one of our most respected and requested presenters. This webinar still feels as important and fresh as the day it was presented. In 2017, Margie Johnson Reese presented…

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Virtual Tour and Interviews for Museum Day

Oct 8, 2020

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture hosted a virtual preview of Museum Day: Origin Stories from the Regional Musem Network. This is a showcase of the natural history, fine art, and the unique heritage of the Texoma region in one special exhibition. The exhibition is on view at the Wichita Falls Museum of…

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Update from the Texas Historical Commission

Oct 7, 2020

Museum News and Updates The Friends of the THC is hosting a four-part development workshop series in November, with an early-bird registration rate of $169. Participants will learn the fundamentals of fundraising, how to develop a strong case for support, what makes a successful grant proposal package, the motivations of individual donors, and the basics…

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An Update from Texas Commission on the Arts

Oct 5, 2020

In the coming weeks, TCA will conduct a series of virtual meetings with our field to discuss the arts’ current needs resulting from the pandemic and subsequent economic downturn. Look for your meeting invitation soon! Resources for Moving Forward Safely and Legally On September 17, Governor Abbott allowed some expansions for reopening that affect some…

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