Fort Worth Library Free Art and History Exhibits
Our country is one that is deep and proud in its art legacy and general history. We have come a long way since we started and one way to celebrate our achievements as a nation is to have and visit local exhibits dedicated to teaching about various parts of art and history. Here’s a way to do just that near our residents of the Villas of Oak Hill in Fort Worth, TX.
- USS Fort Worth: The City’s First Ship – This exhibit is all about the LCS-3 ship named after our city. The exhibit holds photos, boots, newspapers, other mementos, and a model of the ship. You can see it in the Grand Hall Display Case until June 28.
- Hidden in History: African American Doctors in Fort Worth – This exhibit shares the stories of Dr. Riley Ransom, Dr. C. W. Flint, Dr. George Munchus, Dr. Elisha P. Murchinson, and many others who worked to make our city great, even in times that they were discriminated against. You can see it in the West Wing until June 25.
- Society of Watercolor Artists – This exhibit shows off water color paintings from artists all around the world. You can find it in the Gallery until June 22.