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Art Room presents its inaugural juried exhibition, "Now: Contemporary 2019," which features a group of artworks in a variety of media. The exhibition showcases work by Marcelo Guidoli, Ethan Heberer, Chris Ireland, Alexandra Opie, Project Barbatype by Scott Hilton and Bryan Wing, Ginger Sisco-Cook, TUG Collective, and Bernardo Vallarino.

"Now: Contemporary 2019" was juried by Claudia Zapata, a doctoral candidate in Southern Methodist University’s RASC/a: Rhetorics of Art, Space and Culture: Ph.D. Program in Art History. Claudia is currently the Latino art curatorial assistant at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in support of the exhibition, "Printing the Revolution! Chicano Graphics from the Civil Rights Era to the Present."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through July 13.

Art Room presents its inaugural juried exhibition, "Now: Contemporary 2019," which features a group of artworks in a variety of media. The exhibition showcases work by Marcelo Guidoli, Ethan Heberer, Chris Ireland, Alexandra Opie, Project Barbatype by Scott Hilton and Bryan Wing, Ginger Sisco-Cook, TUG Collective, and Bernardo Vallarino.

"Now: Contemporary 2019" was juried by Claudia Zapata, a doctoral candidate in Southern Methodist University’s RASC/a: Rhetorics of Art, Space and Culture: Ph.D. Program in Art History. Claudia is currently the Latino art curatorial assistant at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in support of the exhibition, "Printing the Revolution! Chicano Graphics from the Civil Rights Era to the Present."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through July 13.

Art Room presents its inaugural juried exhibition, "Now: Contemporary 2019," which features a group of artworks in a variety of media. The exhibition showcases work by Marcelo Guidoli, Ethan Heberer, Chris Ireland, Alexandra Opie, Project Barbatype by Scott Hilton and Bryan Wing, Ginger Sisco-Cook, TUG Collective, and Bernardo Vallarino.

"Now: Contemporary 2019" was juried by Claudia Zapata, a doctoral candidate in Southern Methodist University’s RASC/a: Rhetorics of Art, Space and Culture: Ph.D. Program in Art History. Claudia is currently the Latino art curatorial assistant at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in support of the exhibition, "Printing the Revolution! Chicano Graphics from the Civil Rights Era to the Present."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through July 13.

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Art Room
120 St. Louis Ave.
#117
Fort Worth, TX 76104
https://artroomfw.org/

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