Hundreds come to downtown Wichita Falls to enjoy art, music, food and fun.
Tickets are now available for the upcoming downtown Wichita Falls Art and Soul Festival.
The WFAA was closed for a few months because of construction on 8th street, but on Saturday the organization hosted a gran reopening event.
A truck-mounted crane fell backward onto the roof of the Dallas Museum of Art Friday morning, injuring the crane operator and narrowly missing sculptor Mark di Suvero's red "Ave" steel sculpture in the garden.
Noon Interview: Cowboy True
Dozens of artists will come together March 27th and 28th for the Cowboy True art exhibit, dinner, and auction at the MPEC.
Bringing Creativity to The Wichita Falls Community Is Something One Local Artist Is Trying To Do.
The Wichita Falls Art Association's "West End" gallery had it's final day at the Kemp Center for the Arts on Saturday.
Brothers create elaborate winter wonderland.
The Kemp Center for the Arts in downtown Wichita Falls is preparing for this year's Stroll-N-Roll with it's superhero theme.
The internet is a great resource for finding unique items, but how can you tell if you are getting what you paid for? Hundreds of victims found out the hard way after getting caught up in an international art scam that lost millions of dollars.
Tree trimmer turns to chainsaw art as business slows.
Dan Robbins developed a painting craze that swept the nation in the 1950s.
Polish prosecutors are investigating a Swedish artist's claim that he used the ashes of Holocaust victims to make a painting.
Painting titled "The Truth" draws protests from Christians.
Most artists will say inspiration can strike at almost anytime. However, sometimes it's not so much what inspires an artist, but where they find it.
Business logos, websites, T-shirts, album covers and all other visual graphics; they're all a part of the world of graphic design. It's a growing industry and this year in Cleveland, graphic designers from all over the nation will come together for the Weapons of Mass Creation Festival.
"Conclusions and Possibilities", that was the theme Sunday afternoon at the 10th Annual International Baccalaureate Diploma Visual Art Show. Students from Hirschi High displayed their art at the Joe Bodicus Gallery Sunday afternoon.