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Amon Carter  
Amon Carter - An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain
Exhibition on Display: April 18, 2021 - August 8, 2021
An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain is the first comprehensive survey of the work of Vietnamese-American photographer An-My Lê. Featuring photographs from a selection of the artist’s five major bodies of work, the nationally touring exhibition considers the celebrated photographer’s nearly 25-year career exploring the edges of war and recording these landscapes of conflict in beautiful, classically composed photographs. Born in Saigon in the midst of the Vietnam War, Lê was evacuated with her family by the U.S. military. She has spent decades considering the complexity of American history and conflict, from war reenactments to the removal of Confederate monuments.
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Buddha, Shiva, Lotus, Dragon  
Kimbell Art Museum - Buddha, Shiva, Lotus, Dragon
Exhibition on Display: June 27, 2021 – September 5, 2021
This exhibition showcases the extraordinary range of bronzes, ceramics and metalwork that John D. Rockefeller 3rd (1906–1978) and his wife, Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller (1909–1992), thoughtfully assembled between the 1940s and the 1970s. With highlights including spectacular Chinese vases, dynamic Indian Chola bronzes and exquisite Southeast Asian sculptures, the exhibition reveals great achievements in Asian art spanning more than two millennia. This selection of masterpieces drawn from Asia Society’s permanent collection is a visually stunning presentation that illuminates social and artistic histories from across Asia and underscores the visual arts' capacity to encourage cross-cultural dialogue.
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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History  
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame - Twelve Mighty Orphans - Behind the Scenes: Laura Wilson
Exhibition: June 8 - August 8, Featuring photography and props from the new film by Sony Pictures Classics. The film premieres June 11 in Texas and New York and nationwide on June 18. Photographer Laura Wilson is an Honoree in the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. Her son, Luke Wilson, plays a leading role in the movie, filmed on location in Fort Worth. "This exhibition will be particularly engaging for visitors because it combines the lens of Laura Wilson, an Honoree, with behind-the-scenes views and props from the movie," the museum’s Associate Executive Director Dr. Diana Vela said. 12 Mighty Orphans...
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The Modern  
The Modern - Sean Scully: The Shape of Ideas
Exhibition on Display: June 20, 2021 - October 10, 2021
Sean Scully: The Shape of Ideas, organized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, features the artist’s most significant works and examines his contribution to the development of abstraction over a span of nearly five decades. The exhibition highlights the close relationship between the artist’s paintings, drawings, prints, and pastels, which are rarely shown together. The Shape of Ideas presents 49 paintings and 42 works on paper that reflect the many phases of a long and varied approach to artmaking. Show was organized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The exhibition was made possible by Emily and Mike Cavanagh and Constance and Sankey Williams, with support from the museum’s endowment through the Annenberg Foundation...
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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History  
FW Museum of Science & History - We're Reopening June 25th

Members' Preview: June 19 & 20
WHILE YOU'VE BEEN AWAY, WE'VE BEEN BUSY!
We're excited to unveil the biggest changes to the Museum since our new building opened more than a decade ago. On your next visit, you'll discover tweaks, updates, and overhauls in every one of our galleries, from a new play area in the Children's Museum to the latest paleontology information in DinoLabs. Click MORE ARTICLE INFO to see what else is new! The Museum will be following CDC guidelines to keep our guests and staff safe. Before you visit, check back for the current policy.
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Monnig Meteorite Gallery  
Monnig Meteorite Gallery - Hold a piece of Mars in your hand

Visit the gallery - Admission is always free
At the Monnig Meteorite Gallery, you can experience pieces of the Solar System up close and explore the mysteries of meteorites! Meteorites are the oldest materials known — older than any rock formed on Earth! Learn how to identify a meteorite, enjoy a hands-on encounter with different types of meteorites, and create your own terrestrial impact crater. For an "out-of-this-world" experience, bring your friends and family to get acquainted with our spectacular visitors from space. For directions and opening hours, please go to our visitor information page.
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National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum  
National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum - Family Safety Day

Family Safety Day with Tarrant County 911 District

NATIONAL MULTICULTURAL WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM FREE FAMILY SAFETY DAY WITH TARRANT COUNTY 911 DISTRICT. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Date: SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2021. Time: 10AM-2PM, Location: The Ranch, 3534 E. Berry St., Fort Worth, TX 76105. Free Admission to Family Safety Day With Tarrant County 911 District. There will be fun activities, games, face painting, rock climbing wall, etc.
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The Cattle Raisers Museum  
Cattle Raisers Museum - Exhibit Galleries
The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Foundation’s mission is to preserve, promote and protect the rich heritage of ranch life and advance the future of the livestock industry in the Southwest for present and future generations. The Cattle Raisers Museum is located on the second floor of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. It is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the vital history and science of the cattle industry. The experience tells the story of the cattle industry from its origins among the West’s early Spanish settlers, through the heyday of the legendary drovers, all the way to today’s modern range technology. The exhibits show the important role Texas and Southwestern cattle raisers play in protecting natural resources as frontline stewards of land, livestock and wildlife. Located In the Heart of Fort Worth's Cultural District
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Fort Worth Aviation Museum  
Forth Worth Aviation Museum - Historic Aircraft

PRESERVE - INSPIRE - EDUCATE
Get to know more about the local aviation industry at the Forth Worth Aviation Museum. Earlier known as the Veterans Memorial Air Park, the museum boasts of a collection of fighter air crafts such as the A-12 Avenger, F-8 Crusader, O-2 Skymaster and many more. Two museums are housed in the Fort Worth Aviation Museum such as the B-36 Peacemaker Museum and the Forward Air Controller's Museum. You can also participate in the number of activities that are hosted by the association to get a closer look at the aviation industry.
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Vintage Flying Museum  
Vintage Flying Museum - Take Flight Days

The primary mission of the Vintage Flying Museum is to preserve America's flying heritage in Word, Deed and Action. Over 200 members now support these efforts. Our goal is to give the public a hands-on approach to our aviation heritage by educational tours of our aircraft and learning about aviation history through our extensive artifact and memorabilia collection ranging from WWI, WWII, Korea and the Vietnam era. Programs such as our "Take Flight Days" are offered to students throughout the year. The collections are made available to the general public through the museum's many outreach activities.
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John Wayne: An American Experience  
John Wayne - An American Experience

Sprawling over 10,000 square feet, the John Wayne: An American Experience exhibit is structured to give you an intimate tour of the life of John Wayne. Starting with his early childhood and career, each room highlights an aspect of The Duke's legacy. For the film aficionados, an extensive gallery called the "Life on Screen" highlights the most iconic film props and costumes. In the "America, Why I Love Her" gallery, guests can immerse themselves in patriotism through Grammy-nominated original poems, recited by John Wayne. All patrons will have exclusive access to never-before-seen family photos and correspondences which have been thoughtfully curated by the Wayne family in order to give guests a holistic view of the icon, whose values translate...
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Stockyards Museum  
Stockyards Museum - We Are Open!

The Stockyards Museum showcases the rich history of the Fort Worth Stockyards and the north side of Fort Worth. There is a growing collection of artifacts, photos and exhibits that document everything from our Native American connections, the Chisholm Trail, the livestock market/stockyards to the Swift and Armour Packing plants. Visitors can experience why Fort Worth is known as "Cowtown" and learn how the Stockyards helped make Fort Worth the Texasmost city. "I have heard people say that the cattle industry made Fort Worth, but I am inclined to believe that Fort Worth had a lot to do with making the cattle industry in Texas" - J.S. Bridwell, Texas Rancher and Businessman
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Sid Richardson Museum  
Sid Richardson Museum - In A Different Light

The Sid Richardson Museum galleries are currently closed to on-site visitors but we invite you to experience our museum through our many and varied virtual offerings. Visit our virtual exhibition, In a Different Light: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington and experience the works by these two masters on view from the Denver Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Sid Richardson Museum. The museum also hosts events and programs for all ages and experience levels for you to enjoy at home. Join us for a discussion, workshop, or hands-on studio experience and watch the art come alive for you and your family. We invite you to visit the calendar for upcoming programming.
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Christian Arts Museum  
Christian Arts Museum - Exhibits On Display

Museum has a special exhibit on display of Dr.Kenneth Wyatt's Giclee paintings of the Apostles. Dr.Wyatt is one of the most well-known and prolific Christian and Western artists of today. Dr.Wyatt included a painting of Paul in the collection. The history of the paintings will be shared during the visit to the museum. Many churches around the country have Giclee paintings of the collection. This beautiful art will be on display at the museum until April 10. The museums permanent exhibit is a life size wax depiction of Leonardo DaVinci's Last Supper. The Last Supper exhibit has been in Fort Worth since the mid 1950's. Ark of the Covenant model is now on display at the museum. The exhibit features a beautiful Ark created by Scott McCune.
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Fort Worth Memories  
Fort Worth Memories - Museum

Sharing memories of the past for all to enjoy in the future!

The Fort Worth Memories Museum is generously hosted by Classic Auto Detail Shop, owner Larry O'Neal. FWM was founded by Larry Oneal, Sept 14, 2014. Our mission is to leave a documented account of the history of Fort Worth from 1849 to present day. Most of the information on FWM Group Page is from the Larry Oneal Collection. Larry is a noted Fort Worth Historian, he does public speaking and events and he also founded the FWM Museum, that is open to the public.
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CR Smith Museum  
CR Smith Museum - Telling the History of Innovation

The CR Smith Museum preserves the history of American Airlines and explains what it takes to run the airline, as told through the perspective of the team members who work there. Through its activities, the Museum serves schools, the general public and American Airlines team members. The museum is committed to education, with a focus on hands-on, interactive learning. The CR Smith Museum is named for the innovative aviation pioneer and former President of American Airlines, Cyrus Rowlett Smith (1899-1990). The Museum opened on July 3, 1993, as the culmination of a two-and-a-half year fundraising and building effort led by American Airlines team members.
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