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FORT WORTH'S PREMIER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK, PLAY AND LEARN

Virtual discussion to examine pandemic’s effect on the arts

5 May 2021 8:53 PM | Stacy Hollingsworth (Administrator)

On May 7, KERA’s Art&Seek and the Kimbell Art Museum will present “What We’ve Gained in a Year of Loss — and What’s Next,” a live online State of the Arts discussion.

Fort Worth’s creative community will reflect on challenges and changes across genres and how residents engage with art in this time of social distancing. The conversation will celebrate innovation and resilience while exploring what the future holds.

State of the Arts Fort Worth, produced by KERA’s Art&Seek and the Kimbell Art Museum, 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.

DJ Perera, artist and art educator; Jeffrey Smith, founder of Downtown Cowtown at the Isis; and Dana Schultes, executive producer for Stage West, will join moderator Miguel Perez, arts reporter and producer for Art&Seek, in the discussion.

The free one-hour event begins at noon May 7 on YouTube.

https://youtu.be/NqNweRSjQMY

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