|Artist Kay Gregg's studio||
1835 Crew Is...On view now through February 28
Daniel Dienelt, Kay Gregg, Bob Storey, and Josef Zimmerman. We are an art collaborative in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are designers, artists, and curators. The group has been operating independently and together on projects since 2012. The mediums and styles vary radically at times from oil to screen-printing to photography. We may vary in the execution of our art, but our goal is the same: to bring art to the community and help educate and inspire.
Wright Brothers Photographs by William Preston MayfieldOn view now through February 21
Shop the Paradigm Gallery at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art for unique art and fine craft from over 75 local, regional, and national artists. At the Paradigm Gallery, we feature jewelry, wood turned objects, ceramics, hand-made apparel and accessories, all types of paintings, as well as photography, art books, unique children’s toys, and paper and origami objects.
ARTrageous Gala and AuctionMarch 4, 2016
ARTrageous is the art auction of the year! Featuring live and silent auctions brimming with art, jewelry, and travel and luxury packages; and a night to remember with top tier cuisine and live music, ARTrageous is the most unique cultural fundraiser in the city. This exciting and luxurious evening at FWMoA raises essential funding to help us continue to serve the community as the largest regional resource for the visual arts.
2016 Scholastic Art and Writing AwardsOpening February 14!
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art Scholastic Program, which features the Art & Writing Awards competition, continues to gain momentum. The FWMoA Program is one of only 26 Scholastic Programs in the country to offer the full Art and Writing Program and our region has grown to include 52 counties in Indiana and Ohio. Year after year, the winning students in our program go on to win numerous national awards. In the process of receiving national recognition, our young artists join the ranks of many celebrated American artists and writers which includes luminaries such as Richard Avedon, Andy Warhol, Bernard Malamud, Robert Redford, Sylvia Plath , Joyce Carol Oates, Luis Jiminez, and Truman Capote, among others.
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Held at the Grand Wayne Center in downtown Fort Wayne, 120 W Jefferson Boulevard All participants, award winners, and their families are invited to attend the exciting awards ceremony in downtown Fort Wayne. Student Award Winners: You MUST RSVP by February 3 for the ceremony, or you will not be recognized on stage. If you have not yet RSVP'd, email Max Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Admission is free. Celebrate at the FWMoA after the Ceremony!
We welcome two experts with great knowledge of the lure of traveling and working in Mexico that many artists experienced in in the 1920s-40s. Dr. Gilberto Cardenas and Dr. Phoebe Wolfskill open this world to us for a day of learning and exploring the Lure of Mexico. Enjoy lunch, two speakers, and a guided tour of the exhibition! $20 FWMoA Members $25 Non-Members
Enjoy $1 General Admission per person!
Artists, Donors, and Patrons of the ARTrageous Gala and Auction are invited to join us for the annual auction preview party! Enjoy some edibles, beverages, and a chance to preview the dozens of gorgeous items that will be up for auction on Friday, March 4 at ARTrageous.
ARTrageous is the art fundraiser and auction of the year! Featuring live and silent auctions brimming with art, jewelry, and travel and luxury packages; and a night to remember with top tier cuisine and live music, ARTrageous is the most unique cultural fundraiser in the city. This exciting and luxurious evening at FWMoA raises essential funding to help us continue to serve the community as the largest regional resource for the visual arts.Learn More //
Celebrate Spring exhibits with a night of art, music, food, and friends! Enjoy gourmet edibles, cash bar and live music. Sponsored by Braun Wealth Management. $5 members / $12 non-members. Includes admission to all galleries.Learn More //
Registration begins April 4, 2016. Chalk Walk entertains, engages, and educates the 22,000 viewers who flock to see the spectacle unfold. The event is based on an Italian tradition of street painting that dates to the 16th century, known as i madonnari (street painters). Using pastels, artists may choose to reproduce existing artworks or create their own in their designated square. Held in conjunction with the Three Rivers Festival, Chalk Walk is truly a community event and draws on the amazing talents of area, regional and national artists. Individuals and families with no training in art are especially encouraged to participate.Learn More //