The Fort Worth Community Arts Center has turned its galleries over for a collaborative mega show, A Collective Takeover, where collectives diverse artists can display their work during December.
Nine collectives will be part of A Collective Takeover: Are We Having Fun Yet?, Art Room, Art Tooth, Fort Worth Women’s Art Circle, House of Iconoclasts Fort Worth Art Collective, Latino Hustle, Man͂analand, and SAM Gallery, the arts center said in a news release.
Are We Having Fun Yet? is a photography collective dedicated to creating a community driven darkroom and continuing with a united passion for photography and Fort Worth.
Art Room will feature artist Megan DeSoto whose work highlights her personal journey through motherhood. With the use of found objects, she questions cultural perception of mothers and their public and private personas.
Art Tooth’s Family Reunion II showcases more than 40 artists who were selected from an open call for art by Art Tooth staff.
Fort Worth Women’s Art Circle is a collective of diverse artists who have come together to support and propel each other’s journeys, both in art and in life.
House of Iconoclasts, as a collective, states, “There are no rules; only a creative celebration of the art, the artists, and the unique circumstances that have drawn us all into this world.”
Fort Worth Art Collective is Fort Worth’s longest-running art collective whose shows present fresh and innovative approaches to experiencing art.
Latino Hustle will feature a selection of art from Sophia Ceballos, Jessika Guillen, Juice, and Raul Rodriguez.
Man͂analand’s exhibition, Flippy Flop, is Mike Cocanower and Scott Stanley’s immersive LED experience installation, capturing the concept of infinite space.
Sam Gallery’s exhibition, Grandma’s Baby Shower, is a selection of work curated by Jeremy Joel.
A Collective Takeover
Dec. 6-Dec. 28, 2019
Opening Artist Reception Friday, Dec. 6 at 6-9 p.m.
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
– FWBP Staff