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Fort Worth Art Collective will be showcasing work from member artists in the curated Red Show. "Red" is a conceptual exhibit using the color red in solidarity with those living with HIV/AIDS. The exhibit coincides with the Keith Haring: "Against All Odds" exhibit at the Arlington Museum of Art, and is the first opportunity for a curated show from the Fort Worth Art Collective in collaboration with the museum.

The collective’s goal for this mutually beneficial collaboration is to create pop-up shows throughout Arlington and curated shows inside the AMA bringing awareness and interest to the museum and to Arlington’s burgeoning downtown arts scene.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through September 22.

Fort Worth Art Collective will be showcasing work from member artists in the curated Red Show. "Red" is a conceptual exhibit using the color red in solidarity with those living with HIV/AIDS. The exhibit coincides with the Keith Haring: "Against All Odds" exhibit at the Arlington Museum of Art, and is the first opportunity for a curated show from the Fort Worth Art Collective in collaboration with the museum.

The collective’s goal for this mutually beneficial collaboration is to create pop-up shows throughout Arlington and curated shows inside the AMA bringing awareness and interest to the museum and to Arlington’s burgeoning downtown arts scene.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through September 22.

Fort Worth Art Collective will be showcasing work from member artists in the curated Red Show. "Red" is a conceptual exhibit using the color red in solidarity with those living with HIV/AIDS. The exhibit coincides with the Keith Haring: "Against All Odds" exhibit at the Arlington Museum of Art, and is the first opportunity for a curated show from the Fort Worth Art Collective in collaboration with the museum.

The collective’s goal for this mutually beneficial collaboration is to create pop-up shows throughout Arlington and curated shows inside the AMA bringing awareness and interest to the museum and to Arlington’s burgeoning downtown arts scene.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through September 22.

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WHERE

Arlington Museum of Art
201 W. Main St.
Arlington, TX 76010
http://www.fwartcollective.com/

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Admission is free.
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