Virginia Arts Internship Opportunity

Experience the Arts with a Paid Spring Internship at Wolf Trap! Applications are due NOVEMBER 1 Paid part-time positions (21-24 hours/week) Duration is 12 weeks with flexible start and end dates Gain project-based training and experience Work with staff and other interns on meaningful projects, as an integral part of the Wolf Trap team Interact…

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Mariachi Divas are coming!

Tickets are on sale for The Mariachi Divas concert. The performance will be October 14th at 7:30 PM at The Wichita Theatre. Founded in 1999, the Two-Time Grammy Award Winning Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea is a multicultural, all-female ensemble that continues to push and expand the scope of mariachi music. Since 2003, Mariachi Divas…

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Thank you for giving!

Thank you Texoma! Texoma Gives 2017  was a sucess. Over $750,000 was donated to organizations in the Texoma region and we were given $7,100 of that! Together, our 15 arts organizations raised $71,161 for their programming! That number doesn’t even include the $17,690 (and counting!) our organizations won! You can see what every group raised…

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Board Member Sam Pak Challenges The Alliance

With help from you, goodbye hair! Sam Pak, WFAAC Board Member, has issued a huge challenge to all of us. As everyone knows, Texoma Gives is just a few days away! On September 7, Wichita Falls and the surrounding counties will see 16 straight hours of giving to local non-profits! The day begins at 6:00…

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Local Students Experience Austin Bike Zoo

Hotter’N Hell is over for the year! This was an exciting year with new features, including the Austin Bike Zoo. We reached out to the Austin Bike Zoo several months ago to discuss bringing them to town for the ride and we were so excited that we were actually able to do it! While here,…

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Texoma Gives Goal and Challenges

TEXOMA GIVES is a 16-hour day of giving that provides critical funding for our area nonprofits. Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation is partnering with area nonprofits to give thousands of donors from every community in a 24-county area of N. Texas and S. Oklahoma a chance to raise funds for local needs. Please visit this link to…

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Texoma Gives Coming Up

Texoma Gives is coming up! We are so excited. Check out this article talking about what it is and how you can participate. Times Record News Claire Kowalick Following a very successful effort last year, coordinators are gearing up for the second annual Texoma Gives Day. The Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation, The Priddy Foundation,…

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Eagle, butterfly bikes to take wing at Hotter’N Hell

Lana Sweeten-Shults, Times Record NewsPublished 11:42 a.m. CT Aug. 20, 2017 (Photo: Contributed) When it comes to the Hotter’N Hell Hundred, it’s always a zoo out there, considering the 10,000 to 12,000 cyclists that show up annually to the largest single-day biking event. But it will be even more of a zoo, thanks to an appearance by…

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TALL Success

Last week, we wound up the majority of our TALL sessions. Our 18 artists were spread amongst seven sites. You can see all of our artists here. We want to give a shout-out to each of our sites for allowing us to come in and create with their children. Southside Youth Senter Burkburnett Boys and…

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Dont Fence Me In Sucess

Don’t Fence Me In was a huge success last Saturday. We had a large amount of the community come out to celebrate the unveiling and to find where their pickets ended up. It took a lot to make this 1200 picket display happen! We had 16 organizations and individuals donate materials. Thank you to: Blue-Line…

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Picket Fence Unveiled, Opens Artistic Minds

(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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