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Fort Works Art will bring poignant and timely social issues into the spotlight as the gallery celebrates Spring Gallery Night with its newest three-part exhibition. Running concurrently, the shows - “Out of Focus,” “My Eyes Are Up Here,” and “A Sentimental Circus” - take aim at the complex and emotionally charged topics of cultural and gender identity from the first-person view points of a quintet of passionate and engaging artists. Through their stunning visual narratives, the artists will transform the blank walls of FWA's contemporary gallery into a laboratory for self-examination and meditation, challenging audiences' understanding and attitudes about these hot-button sociopolitical matters.

The exhibits will be on display through May 5.

Fort Works Art will bring poignant and timely social issues into the spotlight as the gallery celebrates Spring Gallery Night with its newest three-part exhibition. Running concurrently, the shows - “Out of Focus,” “My Eyes Are Up Here,” and “A Sentimental Circus” - take aim at the complex and emotionally charged topics of cultural and gender identity from the first-person view points of a quintet of passionate and engaging artists. Through their stunning visual narratives, the artists will transform the blank walls of FWA's contemporary gallery into a laboratory for self-examination and meditation, challenging audiences' understanding and attitudes about these hot-button sociopolitical matters.

The exhibits will be on display through May 5.

Fort Works Art will bring poignant and timely social issues into the spotlight as the gallery celebrates Spring Gallery Night with its newest three-part exhibition. Running concurrently, the shows - “Out of Focus,” “My Eyes Are Up Here,” and “A Sentimental Circus” - take aim at the complex and emotionally charged topics of cultural and gender identity from the first-person view points of a quintet of passionate and engaging artists. Through their stunning visual narratives, the artists will transform the blank walls of FWA's contemporary gallery into a laboratory for self-examination and meditation, challenging audiences' understanding and attitudes about these hot-button sociopolitical matters.

The exhibits will be on display through May 5.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Works Art
2100 Montgomery St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.fortworksart.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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