NBC 5 and The Kimbell Art Museum invite you to the exciting programs taking place on the second Saturday of June and July at the museum. It’s all part of the The Language of Beauty in African Art, an exhibit with two hundred works emphasizing concepts of beauty through the languages and perspectives of Indigenous African communities. The second Saturday programs celebrate the vibrant cultural traditions and diverse forms of expressions from Africa and the African diaspora.
For more information on these special programs, visit HERE.
The Language of Beauty: Second Saturdays
Kimbell Art Museum
June 11: Amphibian Stage Tad-Poles Stilt Dancing Programs
July 9: Kinfolk House Artist-Led Workshop
Piano Pavilion Auditorium
3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard
In the Heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District
Supported in part by the Texas Commission for the Arts.
Promotional support provided by NBC 5, American Airlines, and PaperCity.