April 6, 2015

30th Annual Main Street Arts Festival

Per Fort Worth's City News:

The largest arts festival in Texas is returning to downtown Fort Worth for its 30th year April 9-12. The four-day Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival spans 25 blocks — from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center — while showcasing 220 hand-selected juried artists.

Also billed as Fort Worth’s largest, free music festival, Main Street features more than 100 performances throughout the weekend, including local and national acts and musicians, performance artists, dancers and street performers.
Image courtesy http://www.mainstreetartsfest.org/
Culinary options from local restaurants, beer and wine tastings, family-friendly arts and crafts activities and more complete the scene, providing four days of excitement on the historic red bricks of Main Street and throughout Sundance Square Plaza.

Art enthusiasts can choose from a variety of creative and original works of art from 15-plus mediums, such as sculpture, painting, digital, fiber, printmaking, mixed media, ceramics, photography, wood, glass, jewelry and metalwork.

Main Street is a juried art fair, which means that artists must submit their work to a panel of national and local judges before being selected to exhibit. Of the 1,345 applications received, 220 artists were selected to exhibit at the 2015 festival.

See a comprehensive entertainment schedule, musician biographies and performance dates and times online.

April 3, 2015

April Oak Leaflet Now Online!

Check out this month's issue of The Oak Leaflet online!  This issue is jam-packed with a recap of the Oakhurst Newcomers' Cookout, lots of details on our upcoming ONA General Membership Meeting (4/23), proposed amendments to our ONA bylaws for your review, another update on the Scenic Bluff apartments project, additional details on the Six Points Urban Village design charrette, and even a Yard of the Month award!
Visit our Newsletter Archive to view or download your copy.

April 2, 2015

Oakhurst Scenic Drive on the Living New Deal

Our friend, Susan Kline, author of Oakhurst's National Register of Historic Places nomination, has published an article and pictures of Oakhurst Scenic Drive on The Living New Deal.  Click on the image below to check it out!

Image courtesy Susan Kline