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Art&Seek's "State of the Arts" presents Trailblazers: Fort Worth's Emerging Creative Class. Fort Worth is now the youngest city in the state of Texas, and you can feel a buzz all over the town. A new generation is reinventing neighborhoods with repurposed venues and innovative approaches to everything from retail design, film and public art to cuisine and even curated events. Meet some of the trailblazers who are embracing our city's traditions, its world-class arts organizations and unique western heritage-but adding their own spin, and, along the way, reshaping our ideas about culture.

Moderator Jerome Weeks, senior arts reporter and producer for Art&Seek, will be joined by Susan Gruppi and Jessica Miller, co-founders of M2G Ventures; Jonathan Morris, owner of Fort Worth Barber Shop; Red Sanders, founder of Red Productions; and Noel and Sara Viramontes of the Fort Worth Blackhouse.

The after-reception event, sponsored by Visit Fort Worth, will showcase more of Fort Worth's visionary entrepreneurs. Participants can stay to network and discuss how our city is changing through innovation, food and culture.

Art&Seek's "State of the Arts" presents Trailblazers: Fort Worth's Emerging Creative Class. Fort Worth is now the youngest city in the state of Texas, and you can feel a buzz all over the town. A new generation is reinventing neighborhoods with repurposed venues and innovative approaches to everything from retail design, film and public art to cuisine and even curated events. Meet some of the trailblazers who are embracing our city's traditions, its world-class arts organizations and unique western heritage-but adding their own spin, and, along the way, reshaping our ideas about culture.

Moderator Jerome Weeks, senior arts reporter and producer for Art&Seek, will be joined by Susan Gruppi and Jessica Miller, co-founders of M2G Ventures; Jonathan Morris, owner of Fort Worth Barber Shop; Red Sanders, founder of Red Productions; and Noel and Sara Viramontes of the Fort Worth Blackhouse.

The after-reception event, sponsored by Visit Fort Worth, will showcase more of Fort Worth's visionary entrepreneurs. Participants can stay to network and discuss how our city is changing through innovation, food and culture.

Art&Seek's "State of the Arts" presents Trailblazers: Fort Worth's Emerging Creative Class. Fort Worth is now the youngest city in the state of Texas, and you can feel a buzz all over the town. A new generation is reinventing neighborhoods with repurposed venues and innovative approaches to everything from retail design, film and public art to cuisine and even curated events. Meet some of the trailblazers who are embracing our city's traditions, its world-class arts organizations and unique western heritage-but adding their own spin, and, along the way, reshaping our ideas about culture.

Moderator Jerome Weeks, senior arts reporter and producer for Art&Seek, will be joined by Susan Gruppi and Jessica Miller, co-founders of M2G Ventures; Jonathan Morris, owner of Fort Worth Barber Shop; Red Sanders, founder of Red Productions; and Noel and Sara Viramontes of the Fort Worth Blackhouse.

The after-reception event, sponsored by Visit Fort Worth, will showcase more of Fort Worth's visionary entrepreneurs. Participants can stay to network and discuss how our city is changing through innovation, food and culture.

WHEN

WHERE

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.kimbellart.org/event/trailblazers-fort-worth%E2%80%99s-emerging-creative-class

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Admission is free.
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