November 20 through December 20, 2020

For the seventh iteration of MODERN BILLINGS, Teen/Artist Project students designed nine billboards to be presented in Fort Worth, Texas. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Teen/Artist Project (TAP) is an ongoing program in which regional and national teaching artists expand the knowledge of art, analysis, and techniques for young, aspiring artists. Typically, TAP meets in the education department studios at the Modern on Sundays, but due to COVID-19, the Museum is not hosting onsite programs until 2021.

Participating TAP students include Sarah Carter, Anthony Hosch, Nadia Karjadi, Elliott Kinney, Grace Larsen, Ana Parker, El Niño Romero, Madeline O. Smith, and Paul Yu.

Sarah Carter, Memory of a Kid

Sarah Carter
Memory of a Kid
1198 S Sylvania Ave 76111

Anthony Hosch, Untitled

Anthony Hosch
2810 E Lancaster Ave 76103

Nadia Karjadi, Talking Without Speaking

Nadia Karjadi
Talking Without Speaking
2391 Riverside Dr 76104

Elliott Kinney, Twister Cat

Elliott Kinney
Twister Cat
908 Forest Park Blvd 76110

Grace Larsen, We Are All Monsters

Grace Larsen
We Are All Monsters
1316 Jacksboro Hwy 76114

Ana Parker, Remnants

Ana Parker
2201 E Berry St 76119

El Niño Romero, Oblivion

El Niño Romero
2810 E Lancaster Ave 76103

Madeline O. Smith, X Ray

Madeline O. Smith
X Ray
1727 E Hattie St 76104

Paul Yu	, Untitled

Paul Yu
2391 Riverside Dr 76104