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3500 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association is a unique arts organization in a unique American place. To fulfill its stated mission to stimulate interest in the visual arts through educational programs, art scholarships, and art competitions, FWADA organizes, funds, and hosts exhibitions of noteworthy art. It sponsors the thirty-eight-year-old Fall Gallery Night for members and friends, as well as Spring Gallery Night, now more than twenty years strong. The members of the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association are pledged to the maintenance of a high standard of ethical conduct and professional integrity; these businesses furnish a model that gallery associations in other cities might do well to emulate. FWADA is to be commended for its important role as a contributor to the cultural and esthetic richness of Fort Worth. FWADA members include the Amon Carter Museum of American Art; the Arlington Museum of Art; Artes de la Rosa; Art on the Boulevard; Artspace 111; Atrium Gallery: UNT Health Science Center; Fort Works Art; Fort Worth Community Arts Center; Gallery 414; the Kimbell Art Museum; Lakeview Gallery: Tarrant County College Northwest Campus; McAnthony’s Multicultural Studio and Gallery; the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio; the Sid Richardson Museum; SiNaCa Studios School of Glass; The Art Galleries at TCU: Fort Worth Contemporary Arts; The Art Galleries at TCU: Moudy Gallery; The Gallery at UTA, University of Texas at Arlington; The Upstairs Gallery; Weiler House Fine Art Gallery; and William Campbell Contemporary Art.

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