Artes de la Rosa Cultural Centerf for the Arts, in partnership with The City of Fort Worth Human Relations Commission and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, is proud to announce El Día de los Muertos: The Life of the Dead in Mexican Folk Art, an exhibit from the permanent collection of The Modern. The exhibit will feature the life-size papier-mâché A Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park pieces created by the master craftsman Don Miguel Linares and his family.
October 3 thru November 7, 2015, daily from Noon to 6 p.m.
The public is invited to attend the official Opening on Saturday October 10th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Gallery at the Rose Marine Theater, 1440 N. Main Street, Fort Worth, TX, 76164.
The Artes de la Rosa Board of Directors Requests the Honor of your Presence at the Preview Performance Announcement celebrating the 2016 SEASON.
Join us Tuesday October 6th at 7:00 pm for the announcement of the season by Artistic Director Adam Adolfo with special performances from The Louis Zapata Resident Acting Company
ADMISSION IS FREE!
While we can't yet tell you what spectacular programming we have in store for 2016, we can tell you that it is the biggest and most exciting season to date with lavish musicals, star studded films, traditional community festival celebrations and some of the best art we've ever had the honor of showing! Make plans to join us on October 6th for the fun and magic that is the Artes de la Rosa experience!
At the Rose Marine Theater; 1440 North Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76164 Read More
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with our annual celebration featuring a drum and puppet procession from Marine Park to the Rose Marine Theater Plaza. Complete with music, dancing, face painting and pan de muerto, this family event is a perfect way to celebrate the rich Mexican culture.
Every year our Dia de los Muertos Festival attracts between 500 and 600 people! Are you interested in being a vendor at the event? Download this Vendor Packet and return via email.
Artes Academy, our award winning youth program, forms the foundation of our education initiatives. The program accepts children 9 - 18 years regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, religion, etc. Although graduates of our program have gone on to professional careers in the arts, the goal of Artes Academy is to build the social skills, communication skills, and self-confidence necessary for our students to become contributing members to our society through practical training in arts education.
Classes are available for children ages 9 - 18 and are divided by age: 9-12 and 13-18. Two three-month semesters are held in the Spring and Fall, with an annual Summer Camp. Focus is on producing a play from the ground up while learn acting and technical skills. This award-winning program received "Best Arts Experience for Kids" in 2003 and "Best Arts Experience for Children" in 2004 by the listeners WRR Classical 101.1 as well as the prestigious 2006 Coming Up Taller Award. Classes are taught by some of the area's leading stage talents.
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