MSU Students Showcase Talent in New Short Film

WICHITA FALLS – For the second time, the Departments of Mass Communication and Music at MSU Texas have collaborated on a special project showcasing the musical and visual talents of their students. The new short film, The Red River Valley, was produced by faculty and students from across Fain College of Fine Arts and represents…

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NEA Funding Guidelines Posted for 2023

Guidelines and application materials for Grants for Arts Projects (GAP) and Challenge America funding are now available on the National Endowment for the Arts’ website at arts.gov/grants. The National Endowment for the Arts supports projects in any part of the nation’s 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. jurisdictions. Through our programs, we encourage activities that rebuild…

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6 Ways to Support Arts & Culture this Holiday Season

When you give the gift of an arts and culture experience, you’ll create memories that can last a lifetime. Your purchase impacts our local economy and community quality of life. This holiday season, consider the arts in your holiday gift-giving. Below are 6 amazing ways you can support arts & culture in our area! 1.…

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Holiday Open House

You are cordially invited to The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture’s Holiday Open House. Thursday, December 9 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. 1005 9th Street, Suite 102 Join us for our final networking session of the year… in person! Guests are encouraged to bring a children’s book to donate to Reading is Power.

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The Arts: A Good Public-Sector Investment

Local, State, and Federal lawmakers have difficult jobs. They are expected to resolve some of the biggest problems of our time. All areas of spending—including the arts—come under scrutiny, and every public dollar is competitive. Lawmakers may ask whether government has a legitimate role to play in the arts, or whether the arts should receive…

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Recommended Reading: Native American Heritage Month

Thank you the Wichita Falls Public Library for providing the following books as recommended reading for Native American Heritage Month! Be sure to stop by your local library to check them out! NONFICTION: Native American Seriesby Katie Lajiness Life on the Reservationsby Tammy Gagne Sioux Code Talkers of Word War II by Andrea M. Page,…

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Native American Heritage Month: History and Resources

November is National Native American Heritage Month. What started at the turn of the century as an effort to gain a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a whole month being designated for that purpose. RESOURCES: We can only…

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Call to Artists: Momentum Specialty Surgery Center

 Momentum Specialty Surgery Center Artwork  Call for art to be purchased and permanently exhibited at the new Momentum Specialty Surgery Center in Wichita Falls. Artwork will be installed in distinct spaces within the building – common areas, private rooms and the surgical area. Artwork chosen for the surgical area will need to be printed on…

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Heart of Downtown Model Train Exhibit

Heart of Downtown Model Train Exhibit opening on October 23, 2021 The Museum of North Texas History is excited to announce that the Heart of Downtown Model Train Exhibit is opening on Saturday, October 23, 2021. It will be on display until the end of February 2022. “Ron Mauch spent so much time planning, designing,…

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