Join us every Wednesday morning in July for storytime with special guests from the DFW area. From 10 a.m. to noon, enjoy gallery games, create artwork, and watch performances inspired by artworks in the Carter’s collection. Art Tales is a program designed for children of all ages. Every Wednesday features new stories and activities, so mark your calendars for Art Tales, Wednesdays in July at the Carter!
Wednesday, July 13
Art Tales: All Around Town
It's a not-so-average day at the Carter! Get to know the people in your neighborhood with a morning full of stories, gallery games, art making, and a performance by musician and educator Brandi Waller-Pace, all inspired by photographs in Black Every Day: Photographs from the Carter Collection.
Brandi Waller-Pace is a Fort Worth-based musician, educator, and scholar. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Decolonizing the Music Room and is the creator and organizer of the Fort Worth African American Roots Music Festival. Brandi Waller-Pace has performed at ArtsGoggle, the City of Fort Worth’s Jazz Series and Juneteenth Celebration, and more, and she has presented and spoken nationally and internationally on jazz, the Black history of early American music, and decolonizing and antiracist philosophies in music education.