TRANSFORM 1012 N. MAIN makes San Antonio local news. Read more HERE.
*Trigger warning: references to racial violence
Fort Worth Lynching Tour: Honoring the Memory of Mr. Fred Rouse is a group bike and car tour to the sites associated with the lynching of Mr. Fred Rouse in Fort Worth, TX. The tour is accompanied by a downloadable, augmented reality app that can be used in each of the five sites to better understand the story of Mr. Rouse’s murder at the hands of a White mob. FWLT will return in the spring.
TRANSFORM 1012 N. MAIN STREET Update:
The project to transform the former Ku Klux Klan auditorium in Fort Worth, TX, into a center and museum for arts and community healing has a beautiful new brochure, thanks to the wonderful people at MASS Design Group. Click HERE to download.
With great appreciation and thanks to all our end-of-year donors:
Frieda Austin, Emile Bendit, Stanley and Marion Bergman Family Charitable Fund, Heather Blachowski, Ruth Cope (in memory of Larry Cope), David Diamond, Brian Dixon, Constance Garcia-Barrio, Barbara Gilmore, Gigi Girardeau (in memory of Mark Mitchell), Bob Goldberg, Teague Grace, Rachel Grossman, Alicia Hawley, Dyron Holmes, John Hopkins, Babette Jackson, Cathleen Jacobson, Diane Karp, Serena Shapiro and Nechama Katz, Wendy Koster, Dannette Little, Jeff and Joan Matthews, Stacie McCormick, Julie Niekrasz, Katy Patrick, Sabrina Peck, Karl von Rabenau, Mauricio Salgado, Seret Scott, Michelle Shay, Karen and Kal Silverberg, Aurin Squire, Kenneth Steinman, Clyde Valentin, Viviana Vargas, Chris Vine, Karl von Rabenau, Robert Vorlicky, Katherine B. Ware, Brent Whitney, Stan Wojewodski, Roberta Wong, and many anonymous donors.
We could not do our global work of bringing people closer together through the arts without you!
presented by USC Visions and Voices, has been POSTPONED due to COVID-19.
For more info click HERE.
The Real James Bond…Was Dominican will have its Miami premiere
DNAWORKS continues its efforts to transform Fort Worth's former KKK building into an international center for performing arts and community healing. Listen to the recent story on NPR and read press coverage in The Christian Science Monitor HERE and D Magazine HERE!