Exhibits

CURRENT EXHIBIT

A House For… 2017

This annual exhibit, benefitting AIA FW, includes art by local architects investigating the concept “A House For…” Open to interpretation and imagination. Opening on Spring Gallery Night, March 25 12PM-9PM. The exhibit will be on display at a pop-up gallery located at 5702 Locke Ave. Fort Worth. (Off of Camp Bowie.)

Images in this exhibit will be for sale through the duration of the exhibit, ending at a public silent auction party, May Date TBD.

To view or purchase, visit the pop-up gallery at 5702 Locke Ave. or follow this link to the online auction.

 


Bart Shaw_A House for a Practitioner

A House For a Practitioner – Bart Shaw AIA

 

Bob Smith_A House for a River

A House for A River – Bob Smith, AIA

 

Greg Ibanez_A House For Scottsville Bluff

A House For Scottsville Bluff, – Greg Ibañez, FAIA

 

Mike Smith_A House for Chickens

A House For Chickens – Mike Smith, AIA

 

Nicholas Palluth_A House for Truus

A House for Truus – Nicholas Palluth, AIA

 

Rebecca Palluth_A House for the Gods I

A House For The Gods – Rebecca Palluth, AIA

 

 

Alexei Dukov_A House for Pilgim Astronots

A House for Pilgrim Astronauts
Alexei Dukov, Assoc. AIA

Chad Davis_A House For_High Design Fashion

A House For High Design Fashion
Chad Davis, AIA

Josh Wilson_A House For...I

A House For…
Josh Wilson, AIA

Josh Wilson_A House For...II

A House For…
Josh Wilson, AIA

Kaleb Boyette_A House for Culture and Stone I

A House for Culture and  Stone
Kaleb Boyette, AIA HFA

Kaleb Boyette_A House for Culture and Stone II

A House for Culture and  Stone
Kaleb Boyette, AIA HFA

Kaleb Boyette_A House for Culture and Stone III

A House for Culture and  Stone
Kaleb Boyette, AIA HFA

Norman Ward_Two Houses for Two Mouses

Two Houses for 2 Mouses
Norman Ward, FAIA

PAST EXHIBITS


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Worth Community Arts Center

On display in Gallery 4 from June 3-28th Monday thru Saturday 9am-5pm

Residences by University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture Faculty and Alumni

Reception June 3rd from 6-9pm

Details:  http://www.fwcac.com/?exhibition_detail/5006

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A House for 2016

“A House For”…

Quorum Architects, 707 W Vickery Blvd #101, Fort Worth, TX 76104

This annual exhibit, benefiting AIAFW, includes images by local architects investigating the concept of “A house for…” which is open to interpretation and their imaginations.

Images will be on display at Quorum Architects, Inc., where the work will be available for purchase through a silent auction at the 2016 Homes Tour Wrap Party, April 10, 6pm-7:30 pm.

All donated work will be sold to benefit AIA Fort Worth and is provided by AIA Members, Associate AIA Members, and AIAS Members from UT Arlington. Each submission is an original artwork.

Questions concerning the exhibit should be directed to Rebecca Palluth  or Alesha Niedziela.

Below is a list of this year’s participants and a few images of the work on display.

Participants:

Alexei Dukov, Assoc. AIA
Bang Dang, AIA
Brandon E Allen, AIA
Chad M Davis, AIA
Gregory S Ibañez, FAIA
Miguel Mendez, AIAS
Rebecca L Palluth, AIA
Robert C Smith, AIA
Simon Guerrero, AIA

Play On Gray Bang Dang, AIA

Play On Gray
Bang Dang, AIA

 

Not So Still LIfe Bang Dang, AIA

Not So Still Life
Bang Dang, AIA

A House for the Subconscious Miguel Mendez, AIAS

A House for the Subconscious
Miguel Mendez, AIAS

A House for Embattled Farmers Alexei Dukov, Assoc. AIA

A House for Embattled Farmers
Alexei Dukov, Assoc. AIA

A House for Early Christian Farmers Rebecca Palluth, AIA

A House for Early Christian Farmers
Rebecca Palluth, AIA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Past Exhibits

2015 AIAFW Photograph Exhibit - Arts Goggle Registration Formcredit Chad Davis, AIA

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: PERSPECTIVE

October 10th at Fort Worth ArtsGoggle

AIA FW will host its annual photography exhibit at the 2015 FW Arts Goggle event on October 10th with the theme this year being “perspective”. All pieces will be for sale unless otherwise requested by the photographer. To participate return this registration form and $25 fee to AIAFW by August 28th.

Each participant is responsible for any expense towards prints (including one larger sized foam backed print for display and min. 10 prints with mat board and plastic sleeve for sale) but will receive 100% of the revenue for all work sold. Limit two photographs per participant. AIA FW will provide the tent, credit card payment devices and volunteers to maintain the booth during the exhibit.

Registration Form Available Here

 


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A House For…

In conjunction with the AIA FW Homes Tour, the Exhibits Committee will be hosting an online auction for this year’s A House For… Exhibition.

 

 

 


 

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Flyer Available Here

NAPKIN SKETCHES

Join the Center for Architecture for a night to celebrate the Napkin Sketch. It has long been a tool for architects to convey ideas quickly over the course of a meal (or drinks} and we have solicited the architectural community of Fort Worth todonate their napkin sketches for this exhibit. A reception will be held at the Center for Architecture (3425 West 7th Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107) with food and drink provided by Hot Damn, Tamales!

DATES

October 1st to October 27th  – Accepting napkin sketches at the Center for Architecture
November 3rd                          – Exhibit open to the public
November 19th                        – 6:00 -7:30pm Reception with food & drink provided by Hot Damn, Tamales!
January 2015                           – End of Exhibit


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Cross Section 2014 is a display of the work of AIA Fort Worth chapter architects/architectural firms and students of Tarrant County. The guidelines are kept to a minimum in order to create a varied exhibit within a unified framework. This year the guidelines are aimed at creating a more “raw” display highlighting the “design process”. Therefore, photographs of finished buildings are not a part of the display board. Some entries have physical models on display.

Reception and Panel Discussion will take place during the October 15th Design Talk, 7-8pm

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Bart Shaw, AIA                               TMA-CHA                                         VLK Architects

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VLK Architects                              Joe Self, AIA                                    GSBS Architects

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Greg Ibanez, FAIA                         Norman Ward, AIA                         VLK Architects


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The Exhibits Committee invited anyone who was interested in participating in and AIA FW photography exhibit.  The theme this year isTEXTURE.  The exhibit opens, Fall Gallery Night on Saturday, September 6, and will run through the month of September.  This is an open format, with few restrictions, encouraging a variety of images and techniques.

Thank you to Fort Worth Camera for sponsoring the reception on Sept. 6 from 4:00-8:00 pm.

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November -January exhibit:

NAPKIN SKETCHES

Join the Center for Architecture for a night to celebrate the Napkin Sketch. It has long been a tool for architects to convey ideas quickly over the course of a meal (or drinks) and we have solicited the architectural community of Fort Worth to donate their napkin sketches for this exhibit. A reception will be held at the CFA (3425 West 7th Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107) with food and drink provided by Hot Damn, Tamales!

DATES

October 1st to October 27th  – Accepting napkin sketches at the Center for Architecture November 3rd                          – Exhibit open to the public 6:00pm
6:00pm, November 18th        – Reception with food & drink provided by Hot Damn, Tamales!
January 2015                           – End of Exhibit

Past Exhibitions