Calling all Junior Artists for Falls Fairy Fest at the Kell House

The Kell House 2nd Annual Falls Fairy Fest is excited to announce an art contest for all local students, in grades PreK-12th grade. There will be winners chosen from PreK-2nd, 3rd-5th grades, junior high, and high school categories. All participants will also have the opportunity to have their artwork displayed all month long for visitors…

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The Souls of Black Folk Exhibition Extended!

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture is pleased to announce its first cultural collaboration for 2018 has been extended. An exhibition featuring the traditions of African American folk art, The Souls of Black Folk,  is hosted by the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU (WFMA) in cooperation with Dallas’ African American Museum. The…

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MSU students celebrate Women’s History Month

What started off as a way to honor and empower women for two Midwestern State University students, turned into a week-long series of support and education. The series of events ended with a Women’s Empowerment Brunch, where students got to hear of the challenges current Executive Director of the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, Margie…

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Lincoln Center Coming to MSU

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture has formed a strategic partnership with New York-based Lincoln Center Education (LCE) to provide advanced learning for teaching artists and educators in Texas and the mid-America region. The weeklong forum, which takes place May 20-26, 2018 at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, will include classes,…

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No monkeying around, you’ll go wild for ‘Tarzan’

Stacy Johnson, For the Times Record News Published 9:42 p.m. CT Jan. 20, 2018 Tarzan (Bryson Petersen) presents Jane (Ashlen Loskot) a handful of fresh flowers in the Wichita Theatre’s production of “Tarzan: The Musical.” The play runs through Feb. 24, with shows on Friday and Saturday nights, matinees on Saturdays.(Photo: Courtesy) The Wichita Theatre’s…

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Former Wichitan brings Latin American film fest to city

An accomplished film producer and professor wants to honor his Wichita Falls’ roots by previewing a Latin American film festival here Dec. 23. Gabriel Duran was born and raised in Wichita Falls, before he moved to Dallas 10 years ago. He attended the University of Texas at Arlington and is now a professor of film…

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Community Mural

Arts Council Wichita Falls and MLK Center MLK Center Mural Painting Have you ever wanted to see what it takes to paint a mural? If you volunteer the time, our muralists will guide you through assisting in the creation of a mural honoring Martin Luther King, Jr! We’re looking for volunteers to donate a few…

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Holiday Happenings

Wichita Falls has no shortage of holiday events! See below for a breakdown of everything you can do this Christmas season! Events A Christmas Story the Musical at the Wichita Theatre Catch this live musical every Friday and Saturday until December 16. Shows are at 730 pm both nights and at 200 pm on Saturdays.…

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Wichita Living Winter Magazine

Did you know you can view the local Wichita Living magazine online? Follow this link to access it! Over 100 pages of Wichita Falls and the surrounding area! There is a story on page 49 on the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra and a story on 68 about the Heritage Society! We love seeing our organizations…

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Mariachi Divas THANK YOUS

The Mariachi Divas visit to Wichita Falls was a great success. We thank everyone to everyone who had a hand in making their stay a memorable experience for all. We want to thank the Divas themselves. To Cindy Shea and all of the ladies, thank you for coming to Wichita Falls! We were honored to be…

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Mariachi Divas Feature Story

The Mariachi Divas went fabulously over the weekend! Check out this great article from the Times Record News that went out just before the event. Mariachi Divas’ music flavored from around the world By Richard Carter Born and raised in Los Angeles, Cindy Shea grew up around Mariachi music, but wasn’t formally introduced to it…

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