Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s Fall Gallery Night 2022

Everything you need to know before you go to the season’s art open house.

Photo of the interior of the Kimbell Art Museum with a bust in the center.

Spend your Saturday strolling through priceless pieces.

Pumpkin spice lattes are back, the weather is slightly cooler, and autumn is approaching — that means that Cowtown’s Fall Gallery Night is coming up. Hosted by the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association (FWADA), art venues across the city will offer free admission on Sat., Sept. 10. We’ve got the deets.

Where are we going?
Nearly 40 different organizations — from FWADA member galleries to pop-ups — are participating and each have their own hours. Notable highlights include the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Arts Fort Worth, Fort Works Art, Kimbell Art Museum, SiNaCa Studios, and The Pool.

Who are we seeing?
Works from hundreds of artists will be on display. Don’t miss out on Love Texas Art at Artspace111 (501 Houston St.). Local artist Jacob Lovett will premiere his first solo exhibition “Blinders” from 6-9 p.m., featuring 20 oil paintings with sharp grayscale renderings of bulls and bronc riders. RSVP ahead of time.

Make sure to stop by Fort Works Art (2100 Montgomery St.) from 6-9 p.m. for the opening reception of artist Rachel English’sVanishing Point.” Rachel’s eye opening skyscapes will be on display through Sat., Sept. 24.

How are we getting there?
Ride in style — hop on Art Tooth’s Fall Gallery Night Party Bus. The bus will pick up art lovers at 4 p.m. at Tulips FTW (112 St. Louis Ave.), journey to six featured locations, and return to the music venue at 9 p.m. for a performance by VVOES. Tickets are $70 and include on-board bevvys from Four Corners Brewing Co.

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