September 11, 2015

Tomorrow: Race Street Market + Gallery Night

Shared by our friends from the RAD:

"Brunch & Bazaar" 9am-1pm | Art Galleries All Day

There is a lot to mention so buckle up!

Our market will feature fresh produce from JB Organic, a myriad of awesome artists and craftsfolks selling their handmade creations. Did I mention the food and fresh coffee from Coffee:Experience?

Refuge at Sanctuary Fort Worth will be hosting/sponsoring a public art project during the market! They are creating a large chalk gratitude mandala incorporating both words and drawings created by the community.  This interactive art project is designed for people of all ages and abilities. Come by and create something beautiful with the community!

Our good friends Lindby will be providing the music for the market and giving us a sneak peak on their brand new album (being released this Saturday!).

AARP will be hosting their event Celebrate Riverside in the Riverside Arts District from 10am-2pm at North Sylvania and Race St. There’ll be music, art, a bike rodeo and other fun for the whole family.

While we're at it we should add our favorite Ice-Cream-teers, Gypsy Scoops will be hosting the grand opening of their parlor on Race Street!
They'll be open at 11AM, be sure to stop in and pickup some delicious scoops!

As always, we're family and pet friendly.
Check out schedule and more details below, see you tomorrow!


Race Street Market
BRUNCH & BAZAAR - Enjoy art, music & food offered by local artists and vendors.
Community Art Project - Mandala Painting sponsored by Refuge at Sanctuary Fort Worth
3009 Race Street

Celebrate Riverside!
A Livable Community Demonstration sponsored by AARP Texas
Age Friendly Demonstrations, car show, bike rodeo
Sylvania at Race Street


Riverside Arts District Gallery Night
2804 Race Street
On the last weekend in May, Near Southside artists Jeremy Joel and Jay Wilkinson co-curated Bobby on Drums, a mixed-media extravaganza showcasing some of Fort Worth’s most promising up-and-coming artists, filling Shipping & Receiving’s Tilt Room with everything from a sonic installation to a giant sculpture of a homeless man. The duo’s Fall Gallery Night show on Race Street will feature work by Diana Urbina, Paul Thomas Leicht, Kevin Thornton, Olivia, Brandon Pederson, Hillary Dohoney, Guillermo Tapia, Devin Selby, Christopher Michael Waldon, Aimee Cardoso, Fever Dream, Jessica Fuentes, Scott Prather, Jasmine Flores, Alexa Alarcon, and Erin Margaret Alison Rambo, in addition to Joel and Wilkinson. Where Bobby on Drums was set to dazzle with its size, cleverness, and wild abstractions, RAD is also geared toward having a good time –– besides the paintings, sculptures, and photographs, local punk or punk-inspired rockers Sur Duda, Toy Gun, and Star Bass will perform. BYOB.

Arts Studios on Race Street
2814 Race Street
Rose Marie Mercado, Michelangelo, Mason Cox, Guillermo Tapia, Gary Norman, Jan Friedman

One Hundred Years of Painting
2902 Race Street #108
David F. Gibson, Greg Rivera

Gallery 2902 #100
Kim Collins
Rachel Livedalen

Cleans Up With Soap And Water
2907 Race Street
Black Crow Pressed
Printmakers: Lori Thomson, Junanne Peck, Mary Boswell, Karla Sparger, Layne Calebro, Elizabeth Langley, Holly Mack

For more info, visit the RAD website!

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