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And So..The Museum


As I heard my teaching partner Skipper Bennett describe this museum the other day, The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is “an exquisite little jewel-box of a museum.” I explored that jewel box again as we visited the museum with a group of 6th graders from Travis Elementary School this week. 521 more words

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Fort Worth in late December.

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Amon Carter Museum In Fort Worth Gets $20M Endowment

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FORT WORTH (AP) – The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth has been awarded a $20 million endowment for exhibition and education initiatives. 128 more words


Museum Art Exhibit Review: Amon Carter's "American Photography 1845 to Now"

The Fort Worth Amon Carter Museum’s “American Photography 1845 to Now” displays a wide array of historic photos in both black and white and color. The exhibit has everything from 1940 Daguerreotype photography to the present inkjet print photography, which helps people learn the history of photography as well as how it’s evolved through capturing America’s history from 1845 until now. 864 more words


The Amon Carter Museum's Norman Lewis Exhibit

Guest post written by Dr. Britine Perkins, PhD.

I was given the opportunity to preview the new Amon Carter Museum’s Norman Lewis exhibit before it opened to the public.  498 more words


Identity, Louise Nevelson: Prints, and Discarded: Photographs by Anthony Hernandez at the Amon Carter

There are currently three exhibitions at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Each exhibition brings its own unique aspect: from choosing how we want the world to perceive us, beautiful prints and lithographs, and capturing the result of a collapsing economy. 645 more words