FALL 2022 Registration Now Open!
12 Week Arts Program:
Monday August 29, 2022-Thursday November 17, 2022
Classes: Mon.-Thu. 5:00pm-7:00pm
Open for Students 3rd-12th Grade
Performances and Exhibits:
Friday November 18th-Saturday November 19th *students must be in attendance
*Choose one or more classes that fit your schedule. Students must take desired class twice a week, so if students choose Visual Art, they must attend both days.
MON & WED: Dance or Technology
TUES & THURS: Visual Art or Theatre
*EXHIBITS & PERFORMANCES
Artes Academy Showcase: Friday November 18th @ 7:30pm, Sat November 19th @ 3pm & 7:30pm
Artes Academy's Fall 2022 Production will present an original play and art exhibit in celebration of Día de Los Muertos. Students will learn about the rich history, tradition and sharing stories of our loved ones through dance, theater, film, animation, visual art, music and puppetry.
Programa de Artes de 12 semanas:
Lunes 29 de agosto de 2022-Jueves 17 de noviembre de 2022
Clases: Lun.-Ju. 5:00pm-7:00pm Abierto para estudiantes de 3º a 12º grado
Actuaciones y exhibiciones: Viernes 18 de noviembre-sábado 19 de noviembre *Los estudiantes deben asistir
*Elija una o más clases que se ajusten a su horario. Los estudiantes deben tomar la clase deseada dos veces por semana, así que si los estudiantes eligen Arte Visual, deben asistir ambos días.
LUN Y MIER: Danza o Tecnología
MAR Y JUE: Arte Visual o Teatro
*EXPOSICIONES Y ACTUACIONES
Muestra de la Artes Academy - Viernes 18 de noviembre a las 7:30pm, Sábado 19 de noviembre a las 3pm y 7:30pm
La Producción de Otoño 2022 de la Academia Artes presentará una obra de teatro original y una exhibición de arte en celebración del Día de Los Muertos. Los estudiantes aprenderán sobre la rica historia, la tradición y el intercambio de historias de nuestros seres queridos a través de la danza, el teatro, el cine, la animación, el arte visual, la música y los títeres.
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Fort Worth Movies That Matter Latino is a quarterly films series that celebrates the diversity that exists within the Latino culture. Each event features a film screening, followed by a moderated discussion with local subject matter experts. Screenings are held in March, June, September and December at the Rose Marine Theater, 1440 North Main Street, home of Artes de la Rosa Fort Worth Cultural Center. MTMLatino is a made possible through a collaboration between the City of Fort Worth and Artes de la Rosa. Admission is free.
Movies That Matter, a program of the City of Fort Worth Human Rela tions Commission (FWHRC), was created in 2010 to celebrate diversity and inclusion, as well as bring attention to human and civil right issues locally and around the world. The regular, bi-monthly film screenings are held at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in February, April, June, August, October and December. Admission is free.
The FWHRC provides services related to basic human and civil rights, including enforcement of the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance and federal housing, employment and public accommodation laws.
For more information about the Movies That Matter program, visit www.FortWorthTexas.gov/MoviesThatMatter or follow us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/FortWorthMoviesThatMatter.
Día de Los Muertos en Fort Worth. Join us as the 19th Annual Día de Los Muertos en Fort Worth Celebration Parade & Festival takes center stage on North Main Avenue, in the heart of the Historic Northside of Fort Worth! Artes de la Rosa Cultural Center for the Arts proudly presents Día de los Muertos en Fort Worth in partnership with the City of Fort Worth, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Latino Police Officers Association, and Visita Fort Worth.
Join us for this milestone 19th annual celebration in Northside with special events including a Celebration Parade from 10 am – 12 pm following festivities from 12 pm – 4 pm at Marine Park that include food, visual artists, face painting, mariachis, ballet folklorico, opera, and more. The community and visitors are invited to wear traditional costumes.
The Tradition. Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a beautiful and culturally rich tradition with a history that dates back over 3000 years when rituals were conducted to honor the dead in Mesoamerica. Those that celebrate Día de Los Muertos believe that on that day the souls of the dead awaken and return to the living world to feast, drink, dance and play music with their loved ones. In turn, the living family members treat the deceased as honored guests in their celebrations and leave the deceased’s favorite foods and other offerings at gravesites or on the ofrendas built in their homes.
Fort Worth. In Fort Worth, Hispanic organizations and civic groups have held Día de Los Muertos processions, festivals, and galas within their communities for nearly 20 years. Día de Los Muertos en Fort Worth is a collaborative effort to expand those celebrations into a larger celebration for the whole city to enjoy. The Inaugural Día de Los Muertos en Fort Worth Parade & Festival will intentionally create space for those who want to learn more and experience our beloved tradition. The event is a unifying effort by the Artes de La Rosa Cultural Center of the Arts, the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Fort Worth Chapter of the National Latino Law Enforcement Organization, Visita Fort Worth and the Office of Fort Worth District 2 City Councilman Carlos Flores. Día de Los Muertos en Fort Worth will include a Día de Los Muertos themed parade that leads into an arts and culture festival held in Marine Park.
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