Fort Worth, TX: Art City

April 20, 2012 at 12:57 pm EST
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Follow tree-lined boulevards away from downtown for a few minutes and you’ll find yourself in Fort Worth's dense Cultural District. With its brick paving and manicured grounds, the district is a jewel dropped into the metropolitan area. Art offerings range from Western to avant-garde at the The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Kimbell and Amon Carter, with each well-regarded collection housed in distinct structures renowned for their architectural styles. The region's collection of attractions, including the Art Deco wonder Will Rogers Memorial Center, draw in more than two million visitors a year. Read more on the arts in Fort Worth, TX.

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We want the young professionals to be involved in Fort Worth as early as possible, and hopefully for a lifetime. They are the future, and we want their input now.

Brianna Broussard, program manager, Vision Fort Worth