Fort Worth Art Dealers Association
4935 Byers Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76107
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- Amon Carter Museum of American Art
- Arlington Museum of Art
- Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center for the Arts at the Rose Marine Theater
- The Edmund Craig Gallery
- Fort Worth Community Arts Center
- Galerie Kornye
- The Gallery at UTA
- J.M. Moudy Exhibition Hall
- McAnthony's Multicultural Studio & Gallery
- Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
- National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
- Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio
- Tarrant County College
- UNT artspace FW
- The Upstairs Gallery
- William Campbell Contemporary Art
The members of the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association include independent art dealers, non-profit exhibition spaces, museums and university galleries. These institutions bring noteworthy and meaningful art before the public by organizing, funding and hosting open exhibitions. In addition, they work to stimulate the community's awareness of visual art through educational programs, by supporting art competitions such as Art in the Metroplex and with events such as Fort Worth Gallery Night and Artist's Christmas. The association takes great pride in its important role as a contributor to the cultural richness of Fort Worth. We believe, with Jean Dubuffet, that "Art is a source of enchantment. The need for art is as basic as the need for bread, perhaps even more so. Without bread, one dies of hunger. But without art, one dies of boredom."
Association members are pledged to the maintenance of the highest standard of ethical conduct, committed to public service and dedicated to professional integrity. The Association aims to foster communication and cooperation among its members and the community at large.
Members of the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association each possess knowledge in a specialized field. Their role is to locate high quality works of art and to exhibit them to the public. This leads to the establishment of long term relationships with artists, relationships which are not limited to the artistic. For instance, The Association and its members support and participate in EASL, the Emergency Artists Support League, which provides emergency economic aid to artists who have suffered major misfortunes. These activities give the Association a pivotal role in the establishment and maintenance of a full and vital visual arts community. It is a role that the Association assumes with great pride.
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