Apr 14, 2012

$15, free for Modern members
Tickets will be sold at the door. For advance tickets call 817.738.9215 or visit the Modern’s admission desk. 

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is proud to announce the eighth Modern 'til Midnight on Saturday, April 14. An eclectic array of live music will be featured during the Modern's extended, late-night hours. In addition, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy unique gallery activities, films, prize drawings from the Modern Shop, and exceptional cuisine from Café Modern.

May 12, 2012

Project Three: Dea Matrona “Divine Mother Goddess.”

A celebration of motherhood, Mother Mary, Mother Earth, and other influential women—just in time for Mother’s Day.

Jun 16, 2012

Every year, young pianists from all over the world come to Fort Worth to participate in what has become one of the most esteemed summer programs for tomorrow's concert pianists. In 2012, the PianoTexas International Academy & Festival will focus on the music of Franz Schubert and Claude Debussy, whose 150th anniversary is celebrated throughout the world. The Distinguished Artists Series will feature internationally famed guest artists in 8 recitals, presenting many of Schubert's and Debussy's works.

Jun 23, 2012

Every year, young pianists from all over the world come to Fort Worth to participate in what has become one of the most esteemed summer programs for tomorrow's concert pianists. In 2012, the PianoTexas International Academy & Festival will focus on the music of Franz Schubert and Claude Debussy, whose 150th anniversary is celebrated throughout the world. The Distinguished Artists Series will feature internationally famed guest artists in 8 recitals, presenting many of Schubert's and Debussy's works.

Modern Dance Festival at the Modern
Jul 06, 2012

Witness a living embodiment of the concepts behind portraiture and figurative art in a “happening” series of miniature dances and scenes designed to be performed in silence. CD/FW company members will explore the idea of the very act of creating a portrait or modeling for one. Drawing ideas from art history, photography, and personal histories, the dancers will bring their personal interpretations to this long-standing tradition of the “portrait” as a form of human record-keeping and storytelling through art.

Modern Dance Festival at the Modern
Jul 07, 2012

Witness a living embodiment of the concepts behind portraiture and figurative art in a “happening” series of miniature dances and scenes designed to be performed in silence. CD/FW company members will explore the idea of the very act of creating a portrait or modeling for one. Drawing ideas from art history, photography, and personal histories, the dancers will bring their personal interpretations to this long-standing tradition of the “portrait” as a form of human record-keeping and storytelling through art.

Modern Dance Festival at the Modern
Jul 07, 2012

Hip hop, house, and street dance traditions are displayed in two high-energy documentary films from the Dance On Camera festival, featuring street dancers at their finest:

Modern Dance Festival at the Modern
Jul 08, 2012

Witness a living embodiment of the concepts behind portraiture and figurative art in a “happening” series of miniature dances and scenes designed to be performed in silence. CD/FW company members will explore the idea of the very act of creating a portrait or modeling for one. Drawing ideas from art history, photography, and personal histories, the dancers will bring their personal interpretations to this long-standing tradition of the “portrait” as a form of human record-keeping and storytelling through art.

Modern Dance Festival at the Modern
Jul 14, 2012

See the local premieres of three provocative short films from New York City's 2012 Dance On Camera festival (Dance Films Association). The passionate extremes of human relationships are displayed in two award-winning experimental narrative films:

Modern Dance Festival at the Modern
Jul 14, 2012

Guest pianist John Hopkins is featured with CD/FW choreographer/performer Sarah Newton in this lecture-performance. CD/FW artistic director Kerry Kreiman and other company members will share insights in regards to the role of improvisation in dance, while Hopkins compares and contrasts its role in music. Q&A time at the end will allow audience members to interact with the performers.

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