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.

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 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.

Nov 23, 2013

Amphibian Stage Productions is proud to continue the tradition of collaboration between its own company artists and unique and powerful guest artists at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Amphibian presents three dynamic performers: Sinuhé Padilla , Peyrak Herrera, and Melanie Smith. Sinuhé Padilla is an ethnomusicologist born in Mexico City; his work merges the disciplines of sacred Aztec music and dance with other influences such as jazz, Afro-Latin music, Mexican folk, and trova.