Roy Orbison Mural – Vernon, TX

As an outgrowth of our successful summer arts camps in Vernon, city leaders engaged the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture to create a large-scale mural celebrating notable moments…

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We’re Ready

The arts help make our city unique! Artists and nonprofit arts and culture organizations work every day to engage residents in creative projects that celebrate the heritage of our region…

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We’re Ready

The arts help make our city unique! Artists and nonprofit arts and culture organizations work every day to engage residents in creative projects that celebrate the heritage of our region…

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Lincoln Center Education at MSU Texas

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture welcomed Lincoln Center Education (LCE) to MSU for Teaching Artist Development Lab in 2018, 2019, and virtually in 2020. A three-member team…

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Negro Leagues Exhibit: Beisbol

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, in partnership with The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, brought the exhibition Beisbol to Wichita Falls. Beisbol featured a timeline of America’s…

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Eastside Mural Project

Unveiled Summer 2019 The Eastside Mural Project is an initiative by the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture to integrate public art into community spaces. The project is intentionally…

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New Arts Six

The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture presented the talented vocal ensemble New Arts Six in celebration of Women’s History Month 2019. In addition to a performance at First…

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After Hours Art Walk

Ongoing The Arts Alliance has been proud to support and participate in After Hours Art Walks hosted by Downtown Wichita Falls Development. The event happens on the first Thursday of…

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Dallas Black Dance Theatre

February 2019 The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, in collaboration with The Wichita Falls Ballet Theatre, proudly presented two performances by Dallas Black Dance Theatre  in celebration of…

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Dia de Los Muertos

Ongoing The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture is a proud supporter of Dia de Los Muertos. We partnered with Potencia Projects, 9th Street Studios, Times Record News, and…

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The Wichita Dome

The Wichita Dome sculpture was inspired by the grass house architecture of The Wichita tribe whose ancestors lived in the Central and Southern Plains. It was on display from October…

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The Souls of Black Folk

The 2018 exhibition The Souls of Black Folk featured the traditions of African American folk art. The collection, from Dallas’ African American Museum at Fair Park, was hosted by the Wichita Falls Museum…

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Mariachi Divas

The Mariachi Divas performance, presented by The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, delighted hundreds of people across North Texas. The two-time Grammy Award Winning all-female group played to…

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Painted Plows

TXDOT snowplow blades serve as a creative canvas for children participating in our One World Gallery Summer Arts Camps and at After Hours Art Walks. Since 2017, TXDOT has provided…

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“Don’t Fence Me In”

“Don’t Fence Me In” started out as a simple, hands-on art making opportunity for young artists to create designs and paint them on donated and recycled wood fence posts. This…

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Sepia: A Legacy in Photography

February 2017 The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, in cooperation with the African American Museum at Fair Park in Dallas, presented Sepia: A Legacy in Photography. The exhibition featured…

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Acte II

September 2016 The dynamic opera duo ACTE II performed across Wichita Falls in the Fall of 2016. Opera singers Olanna Goudeau and Ashley Renee Watkins were featured on Season 9…

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Art Bikes

The Art Bike Exhibition combines engineering and artistic expression to create temporary public art installations each year celebrating the Hotter’N Hell Hundred. Art Bikes were first commissioned in 2016, as…

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