Sunday, May 20, 2012

Arts Goggle in Fort Worth Texas

When checking my email on Friday 5/18, there was an message about something called Arts Goggle. It sounded strange, so I had to check out the link to the website and see what it was all about. And much to my surprise it looked like something I wanted to attend. So on Saturday evening, I headed to Magnolia street, on the South side of Fort Worth and checked it out. It only happens twice a year and only for a few hours in the evening, unlike most events that go on for a few days.

Many artists and craftsmen were selling their wares up and down the streets. This just happens to be one booth that caught my eye and I had to stop and take a picture.

It seemed like art was everywhere, even on the transportation.


Canvases and cars weren't the only things being painted that evening. 

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And hands weren't the only thing painting. This troop painted while they danced.



Arts Goggle doesn't have just eye candy, it has ear candy as well. Plenty of musicians were spread throughout the streets playing their beats in the hot Texas sun.

To find out more about Arts Goggle in Fort Worth, Texas, visit the website: http://www.fortworthsouth.org/community/events/arts-goggle/
It comes only twice a year, for one day only. Next event is October 13, 2012 from 4 to 10 pm.
Come on by.

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