The Fort Worth Contemporary Arts gallery at TCU will host a new exhibit beginning this weekend.
The exhibit, titled, “Let’s Build a Fort! (Together We Can Shield Ourselves From the Fear and Worry Within the Blackness of One Hundred Million Nights),” by the artist known as “M,” will be available to view January 22 to March 6, according to The Art Galleries at TCU website.
According to a press release from the website, an opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. to kick off the exhibit. The artist, who draws, sculpts, shoots lasers, composes music and builds, will attend the reception.
Cameron Schoepp, associate professor of art and studio coordinator at TCU, said he admires “M”‘s work and that the artist is very talented.
“I think the gallery is an important part of the community,” Schoepp said. “It offers students a chance to spend time with top-flight professional artists that are both regional and international.”
Solo exhibition by “M”/Let’s Build a Fort
When: Jan. 22 &- March 6
Thursday – Sunday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Contemporary Arts Gallery
2900 W. Berry Street at Greene Avenue