The Fort Worth Cultural District Alliance is the only organization dedicated solely to the preservation and promotion of our city’s unique and diverse Cultural District. Through the support of our members, dedicated volunteer Board of Directors, and corporate, civic, and community leaders, our work helps to ensure the success of the Cultural District as a vital part of our city’s vibrant economy.
Ken Loose, CDA Chair
Ken Loose has over 35 years of experience in architecture, including municipal, commercial, institutional religious and private designs. Much of his work has been urban infill and adaptive re-use. Ken is passionate about the quality of the built environment and the importance of community input.
Ken has a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from Texas Christian University, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Houston. Ken founded Arts Arlington to strengthen civic funding of the arts. He has served on the Camping Services Board of the Houston YMCA, as moderator of his church and is active on other local development boards and organizations.
Board of Directors:
Scott WilcoxAmon Carter Museum
Dr. Robert ChuEYEWORKS Group
Dustin Van Orne
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Magnolia Motor Lounge
City of Fort Worth
The DeMoss Company
Kimbell Art Museum
West 7th Neighborhood Alliance
Will Rogers Memorial Center
American Heart Association
Fort Worth Museum of Science & History
FWBG | BRIT
Alamo Title Company
UNT Health Science Center
The Cultural District Alliance is the only organization dedicated solely to the preservation and promotion of the Fort Worth Cultural District.
The importance of connecting corporate and community leaders, residents, elected officials, locals and tourists to the businesses, opportunities, and activities of the Cultural District.
The Cultural District will continue to thrive if we consistently offer creative content throughout the district. The arena project, Fortress Festival, the recent KAWS, and so much more are seemingly great examples of bringing high-caliber creativity to the District to make it more of a destination for locals and tourists alike.
Collaboration is key in creating the most dynamic District possible. The businesses, museums, City, community groups, and residents will achieve more through collaboration.