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    • 2 Feb 2019
    • 2 Jun 2019
    • Amon Carter, 3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth, TX 76107-2631

    With the Help of Friends celebrates fifteen dynamic photographs ranging from the 1930s to the present day that were selected and purchased over the recent years by the Amon Carter with the assistance of its photography collection supporters. Whether it’s the youthful theatrics of Joaquin Trujillo’s Jacky or the raw industrial motion of Margaret Bourke-White’s Four Thousand Fahrenheit, Otis Steel Company, these photographs tell vivid stories about life and how we think about our world. At the same time, the exhibition proclaims the vibrancy of the museum’s ongoing relationship with its members, and the key help that members provide in keeping the collection one of the world’s leading repositories of photography.

    • 10 Feb 2019
    • 28 Apr 2019
    • Kimbell Art Museum, 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    THE LURE OF DRESDEN: BELLOTTO AT THE COURT OF SAXONY

    Bernardo Bellotto is recognized as one of the greatest view painters in history, acquiring his fame in mid-18th-century Dresden as the court painter for the elector of Saxony, Frederick Augustus II—who was also King Augustus III of Poland. Over the course of a decade, Bellotto produced dozens of breathtaking depictions of the city and its environs, most measuring over eight feet in width. The success and renown of these grand, expansive works would earn Bellotto prestigious commissions at prominent courts throughout Europe.

    Bellotto’s magnificent paintings of Dresden are now in the collection of the Gemäldegalerie (Picture Gallery) of the Dresden State Art Collections and will be on loan to the Kimbell Art Museum for the special exhibition The Lure of Dresden: Bellotto at the Court of Saxony. They will be accompanied by portraits and allegories of the elector and his queen, as well as view paintings of Venice and Saxony by Bellotto’s uncle and teacher Antonio Canaletto and Dresden court painter Alexander Thiele. Visitors to the exhibition will have the unique opportunity to view the majesty that was Dresden in the 1700s. One of the greatest cities of 18th-century Europe, it is only now, following its near-total destruction in the Second World War, being rebuilt to its former glory—with the aid of Bellotto’s pictorial legacy.

    This exhibition is organized by the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden in cooperation with the Kimbell Art Museum.

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    • 12 Feb 2019
    • 28 May 2019
    • 16 sessions
    • Food Hall at Crockett Row, 3000 Crockett Street Fort Worth, TX 76107


    Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Food Hall at Crockett Row Tuesdays from 7p – 9p, February 12th – May 28! Join us for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia. Our weekly quiz is free to play and we’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night.

    Geeks Who Drink rules limit the total number of players on your team to 6, so gather your smartest friends and come down.Geeks Who Drink brings the nation’s best live hosted pub quiz to Food Hall at Crockett Row starting on February 12th! Join us for 8 rounds of audio, visual and live hosted trivia.

    Our weekly quiz is free to play and we’ll be giving away prizes for answering bonus questions and gift cards for our top teams at the end of the night. Geeks Who Drink rules limit the total number of players on your team to 6, so gather your smartest friends and come down.


    • 23 Feb 2019
    • 12 May 2019
    • 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    This exhibition gathers work by artists who address concepts of space and place. Drawn entirely from the Modern’s permanent collection, the exhibition includes paintings, photographs, drawings, and videos by artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, and Mexico. The categories of space and place are broadly conceived, encompassing nature, the city, environment, geography, and atmosphere, as well as landscapes of the imagination.

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    • 9 Mar 2019
    • 12 May 2019
    • Fort Worth Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd


    More than 20 handcrafted, larger-than-life silk lanterns will light up the Fort Worth Botanic Garden with gorgeous colors beginning March 9.

    The show will run 6-10 p.m. daily March 9-31. After March 31, the shows will be Thursdays through Sundays until May 12. (There may be blackout dates to avoid conflicts with other previously scheduled events, so check the Botanic Garden’s webpage first.)

    Lantern festivals are a central part of Chinese culture that dates back thousands of years. The ancient tradition comes to Fort Worth featuring lanterns crafted from silk, wire, and steel. The event offers visitors the opportunity to experience an event rarely staged outside of Asia.

    Choose an arrival time to begin your experience at Lanterns in the Garden. Upon arrival, visitors are welcome to stay as long as they like. Arrival windows help staff maintain a comfortable number of people so that everyone can have the best experience possible.

    Tickets are $18 for adults; $14 for members of BRIT, Fort Worth Botanical Society or Fort Worth Garden Club; $8 for children ages 3-15; and free for children 2 and under. Group tickets prices are available online.

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    • 15 Mar 2019
    • 31 May 2019
    • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 1600 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    SUPERPOWER DOGS: PREMIERES MARCH 15 IN THE OMNI THEATER

    Join an immersive IMAX adventure to experience the life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. In this inspiring true story, our best friends are also real-life superheroes. Journey around the globe to meet remarkable dogs who save lives and discover the powerful bond they share with their human partners.

    Follow ‘Halo’, a rookie puppy training to join one of the most elite disaster response teams in America. Meet ‘Henry’, an avalanche rescue expert in the Canadian Rockies, ‘Reef’, a Newfoundland lifeguard with the Italian coastguard, ‘Ricochet’, a Californian surf legend helping people with special needs and the Bloodhound brothers, ‘Tipper and Tony’, who are leading the fight to save endangered species in Africa. As we discover the incredible abilities of dogs and the astonishing science behind their superpowers, we’ll never look at our best friends the same way again!


    • 30 Mar 2019
    • 12 May 2019
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    Los Angeles–based artist Analia Saban (b. 1980, Buenos Aires) takes traditional artistic media, such as paint, marble, and canvas, and pushes their limits in inventive ways that merge scientific experimentation with artmaking. In her Draped Marble works, Saban bends slabs of marble to the brink of destruction. Arced over walnut sawhorses, the marble appears fragile and pliable.

    • 5 Apr 2019
    • 3 May 2019
    • 2 sessions
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    A docent-led, twenty-minute tour of the galleries is available at 6:30 pm. Gallery admission is free on Friday.

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    • 10 Apr 2019
    • 28 Aug 2019
    • 21 sessions
    • Lola's Saloon, 2736 West 6th Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107-2209

    95.9 The Ranch’s FREE Music Series Returns for its 17th year at Lola’s Trailer Park, our new home for Texas Music! Enjoy live music every Wednesday night April 10 through August 28th, and as always, its FREE, 21 and up!

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    • 22 Apr 2019
    • 30 Apr 2019

    In-person early voting runs April 22-30 in the May 4 city election for mayor and city council.

    To locate an early voting site in your county of residence, visit one of these election websites:


    • 24 Apr 2019
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Deep Ellum Funkytown Fermatorium
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    Join us for the first of our monthly CDA mixers at the new Deep Ellum Funkytown Fermatorium.

    Meet and network with CDA members while experiencing one of the newest additions to the Cultural District. 

    Come and learn about everything that is happening in the Cultural District while telling us what matters to you while sampling the newest brewery to move into the Cultural District.  

    Deep Ellum Funkytown Fermatorium is doing what it learned in the city to the East but putting a decidedly Fort Worth flair to its first location in the western half of the metroplex.  Offering its usual suspects as well as a selection of Fort Worth only brews for the Fort Worth faithful, there is sure to be something for all palates.  

    April 24, 4-6 pm
    Deep Ellum Funkytown Fermatorium
    611 University Dr
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    Cash Bar

    Note: original date of April 17 has been changed to April 24 due to threat of severe weather. 

    • 25 Apr 2019
    • 29 Jun 2019
    • 4 sessions
    • Dickies Arena, Chevrolet Garage, 3464 Trail Drive, Fort Worth, TX

    Trail Drive Management Corp. (TDMC), the not-for-profit operating company for Dickies Arena, has planned a series of job fairs as the organization prepares for the venue’s opening this November.

    TDMC is filling more than 500 part-time positions, as well as about 40 full-time roles. These roles include event services such as ushers, ticket takers, parking, security, box office staff, and food and beverage including servers, cooks, bartenders and more.

    Job fairs are scheduled for 9 a.m.-noon each of these days: Feb. 14, Feb. 16, April 25, April 27, June 27 and June 29.

    Job seekers are encouraged to bring a resume to meet with the Dickies Arena staff. Job fairs will be held at the Chevrolet Garage, 3464 Trail Drive.


    • 25 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • BRIK, 501 S Calhoun St., Fort Worth, TX 76104

    Join us on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 6-8 pm to support CASA of Tarrant County Wing Society at CASA Kids on Canvas. Enjoy the art gallery featuring works made by children served by CASA of Tarrant County and take your favorite art home for a donation of your choice! This benefiting event will include a raffle with exciting prizes, a cash bar and complimentary hors d'oeuvres and refreshments.

    Register to attend and purchase raffle tickets by April 15, 2019 at www.SpeakUpForAChild.org.

    • 25 Apr 2019
    • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107

    Are you hungry to learn more about the DFW foodie scene? Are you starving to find out how food and art can help your community? Jin-Ya Huang and Cortney Gumbleton will deliver a full course on the power of food and how this concept aids the greater DFW area. Experts Talk on the Carter (etc.) is a new lecture series where thought leaders in various fields turn their eye to works in our collection, helping us see art in new ways through the lens of their own work and passions.

    The third etc. this spring will feature Jin-Ya Huang, mixed-media artist and founder of Break Bread, Break Borders. BBBB is a social justice cultural initiative, designed to create opportunities and provide support for refugees and immigrants in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area. The goals of this project include creating spaces for women and their families to express and embrace their cultural heritage and identity by sharing their knowledge around food at pop-up dinner events. Huang uses the funds from these dinner events to help provide cooking, language, and life skill classes for the community cooks.

    Cortney Gumbleton is the founder and co-owner of Locavore, the “AirBnB for commercial kitchens.” Locavore provides support for those who have dreamed of being a chef but need a little help getting their vision off the ground. The company offers a complete package for food entrepreneurs — a rent-by-the-hour commercial kitchen, storage capacity for food inventory, mentors, and access to an affordable event space to help chefs looking to make it big.

    Seating is limited; reservations are recommended.

    • 26 Apr 2019
    • 31 May 2019
    • 5 sessions
    • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 1600 Gendy St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

    REEL ADVENTURES | HARRY POTTER

    APRIL 26, MAY 10, MAY 17, MAY 18 AND MAY 31

    We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for a celebration of REEL Adventures at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and a special screening of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in the Omni Theater. Don your robes and wands, and prepare for a magical, family evening with hands-on activities that will challenge your skills and knowledge, food that will tantalize your taste buds and the film* that started it all!

    Use muggle methods if you must – but don’t delay! This is a REEL Adventures you won’t forget!

    Activities are held from 5:45 PM to 7:20 PM. The film begins promptly at 7:35 PM.

    * Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone will be presented in a digital, letterbox format

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    • 26 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Kimbell Art Museum, 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    Fort Worth Rising: Is the Indie Music Scene Achieving Liftoff?

    With popular music venues like Main at South Side, Lola’s, and Shipping and Receiving and a growing number of music-centered events like Fortress Festival and Friday on the Green, Fort Worth’s music scene is earning its “Funky Town” moniker. The city has a history of genre-defying artists from King Curtis to Delbert McClinton, but now the national fame of Leon Bridges and the Toadies has brought new attention to Fort Worth’s talented, ambitious independent artists and record labels. Join some of the visionaries in the Fort Worth music scene as they discuss and celebrate the local vibe, the diversity, and the collaborations going on here in Fort Worth— the state’s first official “Music Friendly City.”

    Lou Charle$, hip-hop artist

    Rachel Gollay, singer-songwriter

    Alec Jhangiani, founder/principal, Fortress Presents

    Amy Miller, program director, KXT, 91.7

    State of the Arts Fort Worth, produced by KERA’s Art&Seek in partnership with the Kimbell Art Museum and Texas Christian University College of Fine Arts, this program identifies important trends and issues affecting North Texas arts organizations. It brings artists, experts, and arts leaders together for a thought-provoking, one-hour conversation moderated by Jerome Weeks, senior arts reporter and producer for Art&Seek. No reservations required. Admission is free.

    Pavilion Auditorium; reception in the Pavilion Lobby


    • 27 Apr 2019
    • 28 Apr 2019
    • Will Rogers Square


    • 27 Apr 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107

    Investigate the connections between poetry and artworks in the Amon Carter’s permanent collection and engage in writing and art-making activities. Meet Carter Community Artist Diane Durant, a local writer and photographer, and explore the connections she finds between image-making and writing. Educators will receive digital images for classroom use, a book of poetry, and CPE hours.

    Space is limited; pre-registration is required.

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    • 3 May 2019
    • 11:00 AM
    • 5 May 2019
    • 2:00 AM
    • Bar Louie, 2973 W 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

    Celebrate Cinco De Mayo all weekend long at our place Cabo style! -Sammy and Louie

    Join us at Bar Louie West 7th for our Cabo De Mayo Weekend featuring Sammy Hagar’s Santo Mezquila all weekend May 3rd - 5th.

    We’ll have rockin’ specials all weekend long including:

    $5 Modello (20 oz)

    $5 Cinco Ritas

    $5 Santo Mezquila Shots

    2 Tacos for $5 featuring our NEW Louie’s Philly Cheesesteak taco and Sammy’s Red Rockin’ Buffalo Chicken Taco

    So what are you waiting for? Let's taco bout a revolution!


    • 3 May 2019
    • 2:00 PM
    • 26 May 2019
    • 10:00 PM
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

    Conceived and Developed by Abigail Killeen

    Written by Rose Courtney

    Adapted from the short story by Isak Dinesen

    Based on Isak Dinesen’s short story made famous by the 1987 Academy Award-winning film, this new stage adaptation tells the story of Babette, a French refugee, who finds asylum in a pious Norwegian village. With boundless generosity, she throws a lavish feast that becomes an agent of transformative grace, healing a fractured community.

    “Babette's Feast, currently playing at the Theatre at St. Clement's, demonstrates the power of art, grace, and selfless generosity to unite a community riven by petty differences, personal slights, and emotional scars.” Talkin' Broadway

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    • 3 May 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    Take advantage of live music in the Grand Lobby and enjoy music from Nick Kithas and Friends.

    The first Friday of each month, the Modern and Café Modern team up to bring you live music and drink specials in the museum's Grand Lobby from 5 to 8 pm. Invite friends to enjoy unique cocktail selections, and the opportunity to dine at the Modern by night. Café Modern offers a full menu in the dining room and lighter fare in the Grand Lobby until 8 pm. A docent-led, 20-minute tour of the galleries is available at 6:30 pm.

    Try the new appetizer menu in the Grand Lobby or dinner menu at Café Modern!

    Friday Nights at Café Modern Are Always Happening - NEW MENU!

    Fresh, seasonal entrees; amazing cocktails and wine pairings; and stunning architecture make Café Modern a favorite date night or gathering place for locals and out-of-town visitors. Dinner choices are always delicious, the setting is dramatic, and special events abound, from customized cocktails to guest chefs and wine dinners. An ongoing film series, Magnolia at the Modern, offers critically acclaimed films every Friday night at 4 and 8 pm, as an exciting pairing of cinema, culture, and dining all in one spectacular setting.

    Seating for dinner every Friday evening from 5 to 8:30 pm. For dinner reservations and information, call 817.840.2157. For a schedule of films, click here.


    • 4 May 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • 5 May 2019
    • 3:00 PM
    • Food Hall at Crockett Row, 3000 Crockett St, Fort Worth, TX 76107


    Come fiesta at the first annual Cinco De Mayo celebration! Enjoy Mariachis, balloon artist (Sat.), face painter (Sun.), all day drink specials, food offerings, and more.


    • 5 May 2019
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    Two sessions of this free program are offered, one for ages 5 to 8 and one for ages 9 to 12. Each session is led by an artist who takes participants through informal drawing exercises in relation to works in the Modern’s galleries. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by an adult during the program. Bring a sketchbook and pencils. Attendance is limited, so early arrival is encouraged. A sign-up sheet is located at the information desk. 2-3:30 pm

    • 7 May 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    In 1971, Chris Burden disappeared for three days without a trace. That work, entitled Disappearing, gives its name to this exhibition, which examines the theme of disappearance in the works of Burden and his contemporaries in 1970s Southern California, Bas Jan Ader and Jack Goldstein. Philipp Kaiser, Disappearing—California, c. 1970: Bas Jan Ader, Chris Burden, Jack Goldstein

    For this very special presentation, Philipp Kaiser, curator of Disappearing—California, c. 1970: Bas Jan Ader, Chris Burden, Jack Goldstein is in conversation with Mary Sue Andersen Ader, the widow of Bas Jan Ader and owner of the Bas Jan Ader Estate, who as an artist herself, filmed many of her husband’s pieces; and Helene Winer, co-founder and curator of Metro Pictures Gallery in New York, who in the context of this exhibition, worked with all three artists and was crucial for conceptualism in Southern California as the director of the Pomona Art Gallery in the early 1970s.

    Disappearing—California, c. 1970 is an intriguing look at three of the most enigmatic and probing artists of the 1970s, bound by a special time and place that was primed for their radical and poetic explorations. Offering personal insight and investment in the premise of this exhibition, Kaiser, Andersen Ader, and Winer recount the early issues and occurrences of California conceptualism, offering a wonderful preview to a compelling exhibition.


    • 10 May 2019
    • 11 Aug 2019
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    In 1971, Chris Burden disappeared for three days without a trace. That work, entitled Disappearing, gives its name to this exhibition, which examines the theme of disappearance in the works of Burden and his contemporaries in 1970s Southern California, Bas Jan Ader and Jack Goldstein. Loosely affiliated, these three artists shared a common interest in themes of disappearance and self-effacement, which manifested in works that were daring and often dangerous. In 1972, Jack Goldstein buried himself alive during a performance, while Chris Burden’s often self-harming works explored the limits of pain. During Bas Jan Ader’s tragic last work, In search of the miraculous, 1975, the artist vanished while crossing the Atlantic in a small sailboat, never to be seen again. Responding to cultural pressures like the Vietnam War and the nascent field of feminist art, the artists poignantly used “disappearing” as a response to the anxiety of the 1970s.

    Disappearing – California, c. 1970 is curated by Philipp Kaiser and organized by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.


    • 15 May 2019
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • 2600 W 7th st. Suite #153 Ft Worth, TX 76107

    Join us for the our monthly CDA mixers at Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse!

    Meet and network with CDA members while experiencing one of the newest additions to the Cultural District.

    Come and learn about everything that is happening in the Cultural District while telling us what matters to you while sampling the newest brewery to move into the Cultural District.

    Nested in the heart of the Colony Tx and Fort Worth, Barrel & Bones Craft Bar And Smokehouse is the newest addition to the Texas bar & restaurant scene. Our knowledge of Texas BBQ traditions is fused with exciting new culinary styles, while honoring the tried and true methodology of smoking our meats. It's a difference you can taste. We also aim to educate our customers on whiskey history throughout the prohibition era. Bourbon process, and distillation is an art that we want to share with the world.


    May 15th, 4-6 pm

    Cash Bar


    • 17 May 2019
    • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, 1600 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 255-9300


    Fifty years ago, Apollo astronauts set foot upon the Moon – where will we be fifty years from now? Through artifacts and experiences, Launchpad: Promise of Discovery explores what it takes to get to space and where we might go with that power.

    This exciting new 6,000 square foot exhibit installed in the Museum’s Gary Havener upstairs gallery was developed and created by the Museum’s team scientists, curators, designers and educators to tell the story of space exploration past, present and future. With our deep collection of space artifacts, custom-built interactive components and a cutting-edge layer of technology, Launchpad: Promise of Discovery will take guests on a cosmic journey.

    EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS

    Apollo Missions and Space Exploration History: Exploring space has defined the modern era. From Sputnik to the Space Shuttle, the vehicles we’ve used are iconic and the tools have been remarkable. Discover spaceflight artifacts from the Museum’s collection, along with images, audio and video from the first sixty years of space exploration. Journey through the Space Race and the events leading up to our first steps on the Moon.

    Science of Space: From solar panels to special cameras, space is full of fascinating science. Explore hands-on activities to learn about the physics, chemistry and engineering behind space. Learn how astronomers and planetary scientists study the universe and what they’ve learned.

    Art of Space: The universe contains a vastness and variety beyond comprehension. Humans have been trying to express visually what they see and feel about the cosmos for centuries. Experience art and music connected to space, and try your hand at your own cosmic art.

    Current Science: Satellites in space enable breakthrough technology here on Earth, from GPS to weather forecasting and firefighting. Discover stories of how access to space is changing our lives and how we look at the world.

    Virtual Reality Laboratory: We can’t yet vacation on the Moon, but we can see what the astronauts saw in stunning virtual reality (VR). Over a dozen VR headsets allow you to explore our past, present and future in space.


    • 23 May 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Cafe Modern, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    For reservations call 817.840.2157.

    Pass

    Simonnet-Febvre Saint Bris, Sauvignon Blanc


    First Course

    Chive & Goat Cheese Soufflé, Petite Salad of Cress

    with Roasted Grapes

    Simonnet Febvre Chardonnay, Chablis


    Second Course

    Baked Escargot, Bone Marrow, Garlic, and Persillade

    Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuisse, Chardonnay


    Third Course

    Cocoa Dusted Squab Ballontine, Mixed Berry Gastrique,

    Grilled Asparagus

    Simonnet Febvre Irancy, Pinot Noir Chablis


    Fourth Course

    Tartifflette, Charred Spring Onion,

    Roasted Burssels Sprouts with Lardoons

    Louis Latour Gevrey-Chambertin, Pinot Noir Côte d’Or

    Fifth Course

    Steak Bordelaise with Prommes Frites, Haricot Vert Salad

    Henry Fessy Morgon, Les Toureless, Gamay Beaujolais


    Dessert

    Crepes with Brie, Stone Fruit, Berries and Basil

    Cremant de Bourgogne Rose, (Pinot Noir), Burgundy


    • 23 May 2019
    • 7:00 PM
    • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107

    Alexander Dumbadze is Associate Professor at George Washington University. He is the author of Bas Jan Ader: Death Is Elsewhere (University of Chicago Press, 2013; paperback 2015) as well as co-editor and co-author of Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013; Korean translation, 2015). Dumbadze is currently writing Jack Goldstein: All Day Night Sky. His essays and criticism have been published in a variety of national and international publications. A recipient of a Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant, Dumbadze was a Visiting Professor of Art History at the Université Paris 8 Vincennes – Saint-Denis in 2012. He is also a co-founder and former president of the Society of Contemporary Art Historians.

    In conjunction with Disappearing--California, c. 1970, Dumbadze is giving a special Modern Connections lecture, titled Over Here.
    Lecture will be in the Modern's auditorium from 7-8 pm. Seating is limited and admission is free.

    Museum galleries will be open until 7 pm the evening of the lecture. General admission applies.


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