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Table of Contents Welcome to MAIN ST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Sponsors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Things to Know. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Fine Arts & Crafts Showcase . . . . . . . . . 12 Featured Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Performance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Headliners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Cuisine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 OFF MAIN! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 MAIN ST. Creates! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Educational Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Green Efforts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Transportation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Friends of the Festival. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 MAIN ST. Crew. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Festival Map. . . . . . . . . inside back cover

ABOUT THE COVER

Our cover celebrates, “Where Art, Music and Fun Come Together,” and was created by designer/ creative director Gladys Pinkerton, photo illustrator Cody Riise, and photographer Geno Loro.

FESTIVAL HOURS Thursday, April 10 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, April 11 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 12 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, April 13 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

NOTE:

Exhibiting artists may choose to close as early as 8 p.m. on Thursday through Saturday, and all artists will close at 6 p.m. on Sunday. Please keep this in mind as you plan your experience!

Special thanks to Gladys and the rest of the team who helped put together our Official Guide, including art director Lisa Hanks and project coordinator, Brandi Huckabee.

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Welcome to MAIN ST.! Presented by Coors Light and produced by Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc., this fabulous festival spans a full nine blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center. During the four days of the show, we’ll spotlight 200+ artists, present 300+ performances and serve up thousands of plates of delicious food. This handy guide can help you choose from the big variety of art and entertainment. If you’re not an art and music lover when you arrive, you’re certain to be one by the time you depart! All along, the mission of the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival has been to showcase Downtown Fort Worth. The festival began in 1986 as the vision of Robert Bass, and it has transformed over the years into an American masterpiece. Downtown Fort Worth continues to transform, too, as you can see by the new Sundance Square Plaza. This past fall, two new office buildings and a beautiful plaza opened, creating a fabulous centerpiece for Downtown Fort Worth. The rest of Downtown continues to evolve as well, with a vibrant mix of hotels, clubs, restaurants and attractions. These new additions are certain to stir more excitement in Fort Worth, which has been ranked #1 of the 10 Best Downtowns in the U.S. by Livability.com!

GET A MAIN ST. COMMEMORATIVE POSTER – FREE! Bring your receipts showing a purchase of $200 of art, festival merchandise or framed posters to our House of Frames Booth and receive a 2014 MAIN ST. poster - FREE! Limit one per customer, while quantities last.

Daniel Ng – Painting, “Main Street Starry Night” © 2O14

A production of Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc.

Printing: Cockrell Enovation | Design: Pinkerton Design Paper: Olmsted Kirk /Monadnock–Astrolite Silk 80#

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PHOTO COURTESY OF JARED E. WIDMER

Experience the JFK Tribute. The day President John F. Kennedy died, he spoke to an adoring crowd in Fort Worth outside the Hotel Texas (now the Hilton Fort Worth). To commemorate this historic event and honor the legacy of JFK, a public-private partnership completed a permanent exhibit in 2012. The JFK Tribute – located in General Worth Square at the southeast corner of Main and 8th Streets – features a heroic bronze sculpture, an elegant granite plaza, and stirring photographs and quotations. While you’re at the festival, be sure to spend a few minutes to experience this inspiring tribute.

DFWII: The Producer of MAIN ST. The organization behind the festival is Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc. (DFWII), which oversees many charitable, educational and public-purpose activities Downtown. DFWII uses the funding from MAIN ST. to continually raise the quality of the event and improve Fort Worth’s Downtown. The organization also produces the XTO Energy Parade of Lights. DFWII is associated with Downtown Fort Worth, Inc., (DFWI) a private, non-profit organization that serves as an advocate for everyone who lives, works and plays Downtown. DFWI manages the Fort Worth Public Improvement District #1 (PID), which provides maintenance and landscaping, promotions and marketing, security enhancement, transportation and planning for the center city. DFWI also oversees the Downtown Tax Increment Financing District (TIF), which is designed to attract investment, support tourism and convention business, spur development and fund public improvements. The TIF also underwrites the free parking program Downtown. Help support Downtown’s only advocacy organization by becoming a member or volunteer. For more information, visit www.dfwi.org. Get year-round updates about Downtown at www.facebook.com/ downtownfortworth. 4


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Rediscover the joy of window shopping in Sundance Square. Browse in unique stores – featuring fashion, jewelry, gifts, and more – in a beautiful, historic atmosphere. Parking is free on nights and weekends. Get all the details at sundancesquare.com.

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SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS PRESENTED BY

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OFFICIAL SPONSORS

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Growing Young Artists Sponsor

MAIN ST. Creates! Sponsor Official Bank

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RADIO AND ONLINE SPONSORS

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Nice Things to Know FESTIVAL SCHEDULE Food and beverage coupon sales end 30 minutes before the close of the festival each evening. The MAIN ST. Creates! area closes at approximately 9:00 p.m. each evening except Sunday, when it closes at 7:00 p.m. The exhibiting artists are allowed to close at 8 p.m. (6 p.m. on Sunday), but many of the artists choose to stay open much later to participate in the evening’s festivities. A tip for art shoppers: seek out these “night owls” and enjoy the opportunity to spend more quality time with them.

Beverage Prices BEVERAGE COUPONS

16 oz. Coors beer...............6 Craft draught and specialty beers..................7 Beer with MAIN ST. koozie ...............8 5 oz. wine ...........................7 Non-alcoholic beverages .....................3 - 7 Frozen/non-frozen margaritas, Mojitos and specialty drinks 12 oz. . ................................7 20 oz ...............................10

FOOD, BEVERAGE AND ACTIVITY COUPONS All food and beverage purchases are by coupon only. Coupons are also necessary to participate in many of the activities at MAIN ST. Creates! (although several activities are free). Coupons are available at the coupon booths located conveniently throughout the festival grounds. All booths accept American Express, MasterCard and Visa. A strip of 10 coupons is $10, and individual coupons cost $1. If you need cash, ATM machines are located throughout the festival. Food and beverage coupon sales end 30 minutes before the close of the festival each evening. Sorry, there are no refunds. DFWII is a charitable organization, and unused tickets may be considered a donation to help us continue to make Downtown a great place to live, work and play.

FESTIVAL RULES No pets, coolers, bottles, outside food and beverages, rollerblades/skates, Segways or skateboards. Bicyclists: please valet check your bikes at our Bicycle Corral located at 7th and Houston Streets and get a token for a free beverage. 8


PHOTO COURTESY OF BRIAN LUENSER

A Few Incredible Changes

Enjoy the wonderful ambiance of the Sundance Square Plaza, the new jewel of Downtown featuring restaurants and the new Sundance Square Stage. The UT Arlington Main Stage is located at 9th and Main Streets, in front of the Convention Center. The Star-Telegram Performing Arts Stage is located at 5th Street amidst a brand new Food Court.

SEATING AREAS

Need a rest from all that walking? We offer several easily accessible seating areas: • New Food Court just north of 2nd Street next to the Worthington Renaissance Hotel • Sundance Square Plaza • 5th Street at our Star-Telegram Performing Arts Stage • General Worth Square Food Court at the UT Arlington Main Stage

FOOD COURTS •

You’ll find plenty of delicious choices near the Sundance Square Stage, UT Arlington Main Stage and Star-Telegram Performing Arts Stage. • The brand-new North Food Court at 2nd Street is a great choice. • We also offer food carts and beverages at several spots along the street. • Look on pages 29 and 31 to see the menus and prices for 2014.

Download the 2014 iPhone App now. Put MAIN ST. on your iPhone! View the artists’ work, explore artists by medium and quickly find individual booths. Check out the entertainment schedule as well as our complete culinary offerings. To download, search the iTunes app store for “Main Street Arts” or visit bit.ly/MainStreetiPhone. You can also use your QR reader to go right to the app store!

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Please, No Pets! Unfortunately, MAIN ST. is not pet-friendly! Pets are often intimidated by crowds and can react unpredictably. For the comfort and safety of our patrons, people with pets will be asked to leave the event area. This is a city ordinance. All service animals are welcome.

Festival Information Booth iFort Worth Visitor Got questions? This is the place to go! Presented by The T, the MAIN ST. Information Booth is located at 3rd and Main. Discover everything you need to know about MAIN ST., Sundance Square, Downtown restaurants and shops, plus the transportation options available around Fort Worth.

Information Center If you want to know more about Fort Worth and its many attractions, visit iFort Worth. Located next to the Jubilee Theatre on Main Street between 4th and 5th Streets, it’s operated by the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau and open extended hours during the festival.

ATM Machines

FIRST + AID

Several ATMs are available throughout the site, provided by Downtown merchants and the festival. Please check the festival map for the nearest location.

Thanks to MedStar for providing our first-aid station, located at 2nd and Main. Mobile EMT units also patrol the grounds on a continuous basis, and Automatic Electronic Defibrillators are located at our Information Booth. All volunteer managers are trained in CPR. If you see anything that needs attention, please contact a volunteer immediately!

Lost & Found

Please bring all lost items to the Information Booth located at 3rd and Main. 10

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Get the very latest news! On Facebook, we’re at www.facebook.com/mainstreetartsfest. Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/MainStreetFest.


Artist Spotlight Tom Diel, 2013 Best of Show Winner Trained as an industrial designer, Tom layers materials as a painter uses colors. He has adopted the term ‘industrial chic’ to define his aesthetic and approach to making functional art furniture. “I try to use the most appropriate material for the given situation. Having the early desire to work in many medias has led me down a lifelong journey to get to this point and I am loving the process.” He is open to taking commissions for he finds working with others leads to better design solutions. Be sure to visit booth 431 and to see Tom’s latest creations.

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Fine Arts & Crafts Showcase Follow the Red Brick Road

During the festival, the red bricks and side streets of Main Street become a pathway to magical artistic experiences. Take the journey from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center – and back again – to discover an enormous variety of artworks, from sculpture to painting, from the dramatic to the whimsical. The art is truly the “heart and soul” of the festival. Be sure to explore the side streets for even more activities. This a juried art fair, which means that artists must submit their work to a jury of experts before exhibiting. Of the 1400 artists that applied to exhibit at this year’s festival, only 213 were chosen for exhibition. Mediums range from sculpture, painting and photography to woodcarving, glasswork, jewelry, fashion and multimedia. We owe a big thanks to the 2014 Artist Selection Jury: David Conn, Judy Shelton, Gregory Story, Michael Wommack and Adele Krause. On the first day of the show, another jury will select the best of the 2014 Exhibiting Artists, so look for the booths displaying prize banners. MAIN ST. will award more than $10,000 in prize money to artists this year. On 3rd and 4th Streets, be sure to visit the Emerging Artists who are just starting their careers. You can support a budding artist while adding a beautiful object to your art collection.

Hey, Look – A Collector’s Tag! Keep an eye out for the special “Collector’s Tags” on our Artist Booth Signs. These tags indicate purchases have been made by members of our Collector’s Club. Members of this exclusive group enjoy art seminars, fun social opportunities, free valet parking, plus dinner and great seats in the VIP Skybox on Thursday. Want to become a member in 2015? Get all the details online at our website.

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EXPLORE THE ARTISTS ONLINE OR ON YOUR IPHONE! Visit the 2014 Artist Gallery at www.MainStreetArtsFest.org. Or use your iPhone to view the artists’ work, explore artists by medium and quickly find individual booths. To download, search the iTunes app store for “Main Street Arts” or visit bit.ly/ MainStreetiPhone.


2014 Artist Exhibitors TANA ACTON Santa Fe, NM 87594 tanaacton@cybermesa.com tanaacton.com Jewelry 822

JOHN BOOTH Minneapolis, MN 55412 booth.john@att.net masongraphics.net Painting 416

JEFFREY CANNON Austin, TX 78709 jcannonstudio@hotmail.com jeffreycannon.com Drawing/Pastels 311

DEBRA ADELSON Collingswood, NJ 08108 jewelry@debraadelson.com debraadelson.com Jewelry 610

BRIAN BORTZ Durham, NC 27707 blbortz@gmail.com lostartwoodworks.com Wood 466

JOAN CARROLL Fort Worth, TX 76123 joan.carroll@live.com joancarroll.com Emerging Artist 355

C.J. BRADFORD Flower Mound, TX 75028 bradfordartists@verizon.net thought-full-art.com Drawing/Pastels 444

ANDREW CARSON Seattle, WA 98115 carbett@mac.com Sculpture 467

WILLIAM BAILEY LISA BAILEY s Dripping Springs, TX 78620 baileysjewelry@aol.com baileysartjewelry.com Jewelry 321 MOLLY BARNES Portland, OR 97232 magpiemb@live.com Glass 807

RICK ALLEN LAURA CONWAY s Arlington, TX 76013 siblingrivalry@ymail.com siblingrivalryartisans.com Emerging Artist 358 SCOTT AMRHEIN Sherwood, WI 54169 scott@highcliffstudio.com highcliffstudio.com Glass 524 LYNN ARMSTRONG Dallas, TX 75214 lynn@bothhandsstudio.com bothhandsstudio.com Emerging Artist 485 WILL ARMSTRONG Richmond, VA 23225 will@thetincantourist.com thetincantourist.com Drawing/Pastels 511 CASSIE ARNOLD Denton, TX 76209 cassiearnoldart@hotmail.com cassiearnoldart.com Mixed Media 436 RICHARD AUGER Summerfield, FL 34491 richard@richardauger.com richardauger.com Photography 623

BRIAN BEAM Fulton, MI 49052 bbpottery@aol.com brianbeampottery.com Ceramics 509 SETH BELLAMY Dallas, TX 75204 emailsob@gmail.com sobskulls.com Emerging Artist 483 ALBERT BENEDICT Whitewater, WI 53190 benedictsculpture@gmail.com Sculpture 605

LISA BURGE Taos, NM 87571 lisarburge@gmail.com lisaburge.com Printmaking/Painting 502 DAVID BURTON Indialantic, FL 32903 dburton101@cfl.rr.com davidburtonartwork.com Mixed Media 624 CHRISTINE CADORETTE Frisco, TX 75035 ccfiberart@gmail.com Emerging Artist 487

JENNIFER CAVAN s Angel Fire, NM 87710 jennifer@jennifercavan.com jennifercavan.com Drawing/Pastels 706 JOHN CHARBONNEAU Santa Fe, NM 87508 earthlightphoto@mindspring.com Digital 618

DAVID BJURSTROM Austin, TX 78751 dpbjurstrom@gmail.com davidbjurstrom.com Drawing/Pastels 611

LISA CIMINO Baltimore, MD 21211 lisa@cheemeno.com cheemeno.com Jewelry 722

MARVIN BLACKMORE Durango, CO 81301 rlynnblackmore@aol.com blackmorepottery.com Ceramics 821 BETH BOJARSKI Milwaukee, WI 53208 bethbojarski@hotmail.com bethbojarski.com Painting 411

JAMES CARTER Southbury, CT 06488 carterairbrush@aol.com jamescarterstudio.blogspot.com Painting 403

MEGAN CLARK Raleigh, NC 27601 mcmetal24@gmail.com meganclarkjewelry.com Jewelry 522 TODD CAMERON s Minneapolis, MN 55413 contact@threatlevelorange.org threatlevelorange.org Glass 458

SUSAN CLAYTON Tallapoosa, GA 30176 susanclaytonsculpture@yahoo.com scsculpture.homestead.com Sculpture 309

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MICHEAL PAUL COLE Hannibal, MO 63401 cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com Photography 305

VERKINA CROW Allison Park, PA 15101 kinacrow@gmail.com kinacrow.com Mixed Media 712

SARAH COLLIER Wilmington, NC 28409 thecharmschooldropout@gmail.com thecharmschooldropout.com Digital 302

VERKINA CROW Allison Park, PA 15101 kinacrow@gmail.com kinacrow.com Sculpture 710

NICHOLE COLLINS Yates Center, KS 66783 nicholecollinsjewelry@hotmail.com nicholecollinsjewelry.com Jewelry 713

ANNE CUBBAGE Arlington, TX 76001 annecubbage@yahoo.com Mixed Media 463

JOHN COSTIN Tampa, FL 33605 caracara@tampabay.rr.com costingraphics.com Printmaking 619 STEPHAN COX River Falls, WI 54022 coxglass@gmail.com Glass 621 DARLENE COZBY Austin, TX 78746 darlenekirkleycozby@gmail.com Emerging Artist 357

KAY CUMMINS Phoenix, AZ 85048 cumminskay@q.com outandaboutgirls.com Jewelry 513 REY D’ALFONSO Miami, FL 33172 patricia@reyalfonsostudio.com Painting 448 REY D’ALFONSO Miami, FL 33172 patucha@mac.com Sculpture 447 CHRIS DAHLQUIST Kansas City, MO 64106 chris@chrisdahlquist.com chrisdahlquist.com Photography 506

TONY CRAY s New Melle, MO 63365 tony@tonycray.com tonycray.com Glass 719

RACHEL DAVID New Orleans, LA 70116 whyred@gmail.com redmetal.net Metalwork 450

See a fun demonstration of wheel-throwing and handbuilding, and even play with the clay yourself. Demos start every hour on the hour: Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. As in previous years, a bowl built by MAIN ST. patrons will 14

SUZANNE ENS Villa Rica, GA 30180 fringeartist@gmail.com fringeartz.com Fiber 423

ELISABETH DELEHAUNTY s Paonia, CO 81428 duds@elisabethan.com elisabethan.com Fiber 617 PATRICIA DELEONALFONSO Miami, FL 33172 patricia@reyalfonsostudio.com Painting 446 KEVIN DESPLANQUES Mancos, CO 81328 kdesplanques@yahoo.com sublimerockers.com Wood 318 THOMAS DIEL Fort Worth, TX 76107 tomdiel@charter.net thomasdiel.com Mixed Media 431 HANNAH DREISS NEMO Comfort, TX 78013 info@artbynemo.com artbynemo.com Mixed Media 304

NILE FAHMY MICHELLE FAHMY s Salt Lake City, UT 84116 tattooedtinker@gmail.com tattooedtinker.com Metalwork 441 JENNIFER FALTER Springfield, MO 65806 springfieldpottery@sbcglobal.net springfieldpottery.com Ceramics 420 NATHAN FALTER Springfield, MO 65806 springfieldpottery@sbcglobal.net springfieldpottery.com Ceramics 429

AMY FAUST s Oakland, CA 94611 amy@amyfaust.com amyfaust.com Jewelry 465

be glazed, fired and donated to Empty Bowls. Located in Demonstration Alley on 7th Street.


LARRY FIELDER Velarde, NM 87582 lfielder@cybermesa.com larryfielder.com Wood 609

AMY FLYNN s Raleigh, NC 27605 amy@ifobot.com ifobot.com Sculpture 608 MICHAEL FRASCA Harrodsburg, KY 40330 mafrasca@hotmail.com Ceramics 820 BENJAMIN FREY Buena Vista, VA 24416 art@benjaminfrey.com benjaminfrey.com Drawing/Pastels 307 CAROL FUGMANN Webster, NY 14580 carolfugmann@yahoo.com Jewelry 702

JOHN GALBO s Saginaw, MI 48603 jgalbo@impressionistic.com impressionistic.com Photography 445 KIRSTEN GALLON Fort Worth, TX 76133 k4qts@yahoo.com kirstengallon.com Emerging Artist 353 SCOTT GAMBLE Cumming, GA 30040 methodglassworks@yahoo.com methodglassworks.com Glass 714

LIBBY GANONG Charleston, SC 29403 addlibbdesigns@gmail.com shopaddlibb.com Fiber 310

GEOFFREY HARRIS Lexington, SC 29073 geoffreyharris@earthlink.net geoffreyaaronharris.com Digital 421

DOLAN GEIMAN Chicago, IL 60609 info@dolangeiman.com dolangeiman.com Mixed Media 613

GARY HART Lakeside, TX 76108 ghartlpcs@gmail.com Emerging Artist 363

AMY GILLESPIE s Arlington, MA 02476 gillespiestudio@yahoo.com amygillespiestudio.com Fiber 612 RONIA GRILLOS Freedom, CA 95019 nicehat10@gmail.com Leather 406 SIGNE GRUSHOVENKO GENNA GRUSHOVENKO Greenville, SC 29601 sgrushovenko@gmail.com grushovenko.com Painting 717 RICHARD HALL Mesa, AZ 85209 richardhallfineart@cox.net richardhallfineart.com Painting 519

DIANE HARTY s Frisco, CO 80443 hatmaker@dianeharty.com dianeharty.com Fiber 518

CARY HENRIE s Bountiful, UT 84010-2429 caryh007@aol.com Sculpture 422

MATTHEW HATALA Danielsville, GA 30633 ginsue52@starband.net Wood 409

AARON HEQUEMBOURG Monticello, GA 31064 info@bigwhitedog.net bigwhitedog.net Mixed Media 505

KYLE HAWKE Wellington, OH 44090 hawkewoods@gmail.com Sculpture 404 CAROL HEARTY Carmel, NY 10512 chearty@netzero.net carolhearty.com Leather 816

TATE HAMILTON Denver, CO 80210 tatesart@aol.com tate-hamilton.artistwebsites.com Painting 461 ANTHONY HANSEN Morro Bay, CA 93442 anthony@anthonyhansen.com anthonyhansen.com Metalwork 606

STEPHEN HARMSTON BONNIE HARMSTON s Chandler, AZ 85225 harmstonarts@gmail.com harmstonarts.com Printmaking 614

RANDALL HEROLD s Davenport Center, NY 13751 klmeeker56@yahoo.com Leather 462

AUDREY HELLER s San Francisco, CA 94114 ah@audreyheller.com audreyheller.com Photography 720 CLIFTON HENRI Chicago, IL 60643 clif@cliftonhenri.com cliftonhenri.com Photography 457

GINNY HERZOG Minneapolis, MN 55416 ginny@herzogart.com herzogart.com Painting 622 JACK HILL DeLand, FL 32724 jackhillsculpture@yahoo.com Sculpture 811 CALI HOBGOOD Urbana, IL 61801 cali@photographsbycali.com photographsbycali.com Photography 438

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CARRIE HOFFNAGLE Minneapolis, MN 55408 ibuildprettythings@gmail.com ibuildprettythings.com Jewelry 721

BRUCE JOHNSON Lake Mills, WI 53551 bruce@brucejohnsonclaystudio.com brucejohnsonclaystudio.com Ceramics 808

KENT KRAUS Sante Fe, NM 87504 kentskraus@hotmail.com kentkrausstudio.com Sculpture 520

GWENDOLYN HOPE-BATTLEY McKinney, TX 75071 fallenfree777@yahoo.com paintingsbygwen.com Emerging Artist 359

NELS JOHNSON Saugatuck, MI 49453 nelsphoto@aol.com nelsjohnsonphotographer.com Photography 810

BILL LACHANCE Webster Groves, MO 63119 info@giannobile.com williamlachance.com Mixed Media 812

PETER KARNER Hesperus, CO 81326 pkarner@mac.com peterkarnerpottery.net Ceramics 401

PAUL LAMBRECHT Lanesboro, MN 55949 paul@paullambrecht.com paullambrecht.com Wood 716

RONNA KATZ Albuquerque, NM 87108 ronnaonthewall@hotmail.com Printmaking 512

AMBER LANSING CAITLIN DENMARK North Richland Hills, TX 76180 chicksandstones@gmail.com Emerging Artist 364

DENISE HOUCK Eaton Rapids, MI 48827 denise@chickadeestudios.com chickadeestudios.com Jewelry 456 JOHN HOUSTON Fort Worth, TX 76133 houstonfw@yahoo.com Emerging Artist 361

STEVE KEATING Fort Collins, CO 80526 sbk@steve-keating.com steve-keating.com Photography 413 MARTY HULSEBOS s Fairfield, IA 52556 marty100@me.com martyhulsebos.com Photography 517 JOEL HUNNICUTT Siler City, NC 27344 joelhunnicutt@earthlink.net joelhunnicutt.com Wood 412

MARK HYDE s Fort Worth, TX 76107 mark@lmarkhyde.com lmarkhyde.com Emerging Artist 352 EARL JAMES Cleveland, OH 44110 earlojames@yahoo.com Glass 814

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BRIAN KELLER Denver, CO 80220 btkeller@btkeller.com btkeller.com Painting 806 GILLIAN KEMPER Oklahoma City, OK 73120 gilldk@juno.com Printmaking 451 M KEMPER Oklahoma City, OK 73146 kemper26@hotmail.com kemperarts.webs.com Painting 424

RONALD LINTON s Hot Springs, AR 71901 ronlinton@sbcglobal.net Jewelry 402 SALLY LINVILLE SUSAN EBRIGHT Lyons, KS 67554 thecitygirlfarm@gmail.com thecitygirlfarm.com Sculpture 460

BRIAN LUENSER s Fort Worth, TX 76102 brianluenser@gmail.com Emerging Artist 488

JENNIFER LASHBROOK s Dallas, TX 75244 jenniferlashbrook@yahoo.com jenniferlashbrook.com Mixed Media 723 ROBIN LAUERSDORF Monona, WI 53716 robin@alumniartwork.com alumniartwork.com Drawing/Pastels 454

CARA KIELY Waterford, CA 95386 cara@carakiely.com Leather 508

DEB LEAIR St. Paul, MN 55106 debleair@yahoo.com debleair.com Ceramics 724

NICK KIRK Fort Worth, TX 76163 nickckirk@yahoo.com nickckirk.com Emerging Artist 351

SEUNG LEE Cathedral City, CA 92234 lms@dc.rr.com Printmaking 308

ALAN KLUG Ft. Collins, CO 80525 a.klug@comcast.net Photography 408

LILLI LEHTONEN Highland Village, TX 75077 jewelry@lillilehtonen.com lillilehtonen.com Emerging Artist 354

JEANNIE MADDOX SAM MADDOX Dothan, AL 36303 sammaddox@graceba.net jeanniemaddox.com Painting 427 MICHAEL MADZO Medora, ND 58645 madzoo@aol.com michaelmadzo.com Mixed Media 407

TERRIE MANGAT s El Prado, NM 87529 terrie@taosnet.com terriemangat.com Fiber 443 TIMOTHY MARCOTTE Stevens Point, WI 54481 s-cramer@sbcglobal.net Ceramics 805


DAVID MATTHEWS Springtown, TX 76082 dangr.dave@yahoo.com flickr.com/dangrdave Emerging Artist 362 ROBERT MATTHEWS LESLIE GUINAN North San Juan, CA 95960 lguinan@digitalpath.net hiddenspringdesigns.com Mixed Media 514

DAVID MAYHEW s Fort Collins, CO 80526 dm@davidmayhewphotography.com davidmayhewphotography.com Photography 430 DAN MCCABE Prescott, AZ 86305 meltingpoint@msn.com danmccabemetal.com Metalwork 701

JAY MCDOUGALL Otter Tail County, MN 56537 jay@jaymcdougall.com jaymcdougall.com Wood 323

TERESA MERRIMAN Westcliffe, CO 81252 teresa@mindseyejournals.com mindseyejournals.com Leather 711 CLINT MORDECAI Dallas, TX 75235 clintmordecai@gmail.com www. Painting 819

KIRA MCDOWELL s Coppell, TX 75019 kira.n.mcdowell@gmail.com Emerging Artist 360 TOBY MCGEE Oklahoma City, OK 73162 toby@tobymcgee.com Glass 437 JENNY MENDES MARK ROEGNER Chesterland, OH 44026 laslomarks@msn.com jennymendes.com Ceramics 504

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CHRIS SEEMAN Cincinnati, OH 45244 cman@cinci.rr.com Metalwork 405 PAUL SHATZ Charleston, SC 29407 paul@paulshatz.com paulshatz.com Photography 620 ANDREW SHEA Minneapolis, MN 55406 sheaglass@aol.com sheaglass.com Glass 324 PHILL SINGER New Britain, PA 18901 phill@psingerart.com psingerart.com Painting 616 ARCHIE SMITH Mt. Pleasant, NC 28124 info@archiesmithinstruments.com archiesmithinstruments.com Wood 510

RANDAL SPANGLER s Kansas City, MO 64145 leslie@randalspangler.com randalspangler.com Drawing/Pastels 425 PAULA SPARKS Madison, WI 53705 paulasparks@mac.com paulasparks.com Jewelry 459 SAM STANG KAEKO MAEHATA Augusta, MO 63332 samstang@samstang.com samstang.com Glass 503 PAM STERN Fort Worth, TX 76103 pams4art@aol.com pamsternart.com Sculpture 328

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PHILIP THOMPSON s Bangor, MI 49013 stadiumetchings@frontier.com Printmaking 410 CAMERON TIEDE Flower Mound, TX 75028 c@camerontiede.com woodcandyworkshop.com Emerging Artist 356 BEAU TUDZAROV Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315 zarovstudio@yahoo.com tudzarov.com Digital 718 BILL TURNER Newnan, GA 30263 bturner@charter.net billturner.net Painting 326 TAMAN VANSCOY Long Beach, CA 90815 taman@tamanvanscoy.com tamanvanscoy.com Painting 306 WILLIAM VANSCOY Brookings, OR 97415 info@vanscoyphotography.com vanscoyphotography.com Photography 315 DONNA VEVERKA Boston, MA 02118 donna@donnavjewelry.com donnavjewelry.com Jewelry 434 TOM WALSH Philomath, OR 97370 tomwalsh@peak.org Metalwork 468 SADIE WANG Silver Point, TN 38582 sadie@sadiewang.com Jewelry 464 THOMAS WARGIN Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 tomwargin@sbcglobal.net wargin.com Sculpture 802


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Artist By Medium CERAMICS Brian Beam............................................................... 509 Marvin Blackmore.................................................... 821 Jennifer Falter.......................................................... 420 Nathan Falter............................................................ 429 Michael Frasca......................................................... 820 Bruce Johnson.......................................................... 808 Peter Karner.............................................................. 401 Deb Leair................................................................... 724 Timothy Marcotte..................................................... 805 Jenny Mendes & Mark Roegner.............................. 504 Kyle Osvog................................................................ 813 Gail Pendergrass...................................................... 515 Gregg Rasmusson..................................................... 523 Michael Schwegmann.............................................. 327 Gregory Story............................................................ 314 Pamalea Summers.................................................... 303 DIGITAL John Charbonneau.................................................... 618 Sarah Collier............................................................. 302 Geoffrey Harris......................................................... 421 Andrew Mosedale.................................................... 501 Beau Tudzarov.......................................................... 718 DRAWING/PASTELS Will Armstrong.......................................................... 511 David Bjurstrom........................................................ 611 C.J. Bradford............................................................. 444 Jeffrey Cannon.......................................................... 815 Jennifer Cavan.......................................................... 706 Benjamin Frey........................................................... 307 Robin Lauersdorf...................................................... 454 Randal Spangler....................................................... 425 R. Michael Wommack............................................... 603 EMERGING ARTIST Rick Allen & Laura Conway...................................... 358 Lynn Armstrong........................................................ 485 Seth Bellamy............................................................. 483 Christine Cadorette................................................... 487 Joan Carroll.............................................................. 355 Darlene Cozby........................................................... 357 Kirsten Gallon........................................................... 353 Gary Hart................................................................... 363 Gwendolyn Hope-Battley.......................................... 359 John Houston............................................................ 361 Mark Hyde................................................................ 352 Nick Kirk.................................................................... 351 Amber Lansing & Caitlin Denmark........................... 364 Lilli Lehtonen............................................................ 354 Brian Luenser........................................................... 488 David Matthews........................................................ 362 Kira McDowell.......................................................... 360 Robert Priddy............................................................ 486 Larry Reid................................................................. 482 Katherine Robertson................................................. 481 Cameron Tiede.......................................................... 356 Shane Webster.......................................................... 484

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FIBER Elisabeth Delehaunty................................................ 617 Suzanne Ens.............................................................. 423 Libby Ganong............................................................ 310 Amy Gillespie............................................................ 612 Diane Harty............................................................... 518 Terrie Mangat........................................................... 443 Carol Sobieniak......................................................... 415 Samuel Yao............................................................... 715 Renata Zimmermann................................................. 317 GLASS Scott Amrhein........................................................... 524 Molly Barnes............................................................ 807 Todd Cameron........................................................... 458 Stephan Cox.............................................................. 621 Tony Cray.................................................................. 719 Scott Gamble............................................................. 714 Earl James................................................................ 814 Toby McGee.............................................................. 437 Raymond Rains......................................................... 301 Patty Roberts............................................................ 435 Andrew Shea............................................................. 324 Thomas Spake........................................................... 313 Sam Stang & Kaeko Maehata................................... 503 JEWELRY Tana Acton................................................................ 822 Debra Adelson.......................................................... 610 William Bailey & Lisa Bailey.................................... 321 Lisa Cimino................................................................ 722 Megan Clark.............................................................. 522 Nichole Collins.......................................................... 713 Kay Cummins............................................................. 513 Amy Faust................................................................. 465 Carol Fugmann.......................................................... 702 Carrie Hoffnagle....................................................... 721 Denise Houck............................................................ 456 Ronald Linton............................................................ 402 Julie Powell.............................................................. 703 Roné Prinz................................................................. 453 Jill Schienle.............................................................. 432 Matthew Smith.......................................................... 615 Paula Sparks............................................................. 459 Melissa Stiles........................................................... 442 Chelsea Stone........................................................... 607 Kari Stringer.............................................................. 815 Fred Tate................................................................... 507 Donna Veverka.......................................................... 434 Sadie Wang............................................................... 464 E. Douglas Wunder................................................... 804 LEATHER Ronia Grillos............................................................. 406 Carol Hearty.............................................................. 816 Randall Herold.......................................................... 462 Cara Kiely.................................................................. 508 Teresa Merriman...................................................... 711 Greg Roche............................................................... 418

Melinda Whisler & Louis Whisler............................ 319 Robert Zarcone......................................................... 823 METALWORK Rachel David............................................................. 450 Nile Fahmy & Michelle Fahmy................................. 441 Anthony Hansen........................................................ 606 Dan McCabe.............................................................. 701 James Mosier........................................................... 803 Randall Riemer......................................................... 419 Bryan Schultz............................................................ 428 Chris Seeman............................................................ 405 Tom Walsh................................................................ 468 Jeffrey Zachmann..................................................... 707 MIXED MEDIA Cassie Arnold............................................................ 436 David Burton............................................................. 624 Verkina Crow............................................................ 712 Anne Cubbage........................................................... 463 Thomas Diel.............................................................. 431 Hannah Dreis Nemo.................................................. 304 Dolan Geiman........................................................... 613 Aaron Hequembourg................................................. 505 Bill LaChance............................................................ 812 Jennifer Lashbrook.................................................. 723 Michael Madzo......................................................... 407 Robert Matthews & Leslie Guinan........................... 514 Scott Olson................................................................ 316 Dan Pfeiffer............................................................... 817 Mark Reynolds & Carol Reynolds............................ 414 Mindy Rhoads & Greg Rhoads................................. 433 Betsy Youngquist...................................................... 521 PAINTING Beth Bojarski............................................................ 411 John Booth................................................................ 416 Lisa Burge................................................................. 502 James Carter............................................................ 403 Rey D’Alfonso........................................................... 448 Patricia Deleon-Alfonso........................................... 446 Signe Grushovenko & Genna Grushovenko............. 717 Richard Hall.............................................................. 519 Tate Hamilton............................................................ 461 Ginny Herzog............................................................. 622 Brian Keller............................................................... 806 M Kemper.................................................................. 424 Jeannie Maddox & Sam Maddox............................. 427 Clint Mordecai.......................................................... 819 Daniel Ng.................................................................. 452 Stephen Sebastian.................................................... 322 Phill Singer................................................................ 616 Gregory Strachov...................................................... 705 Sara Strozinsky......................................................... 325 Scott Swezy............................................................... 602 Bill Turner................................................................. 326 Taman Vanscoy......................................................... 306 Cady Watson............................................................. 818 Mark Williams.......................................................... 709


PHOTOGRAPHY Richard Auger........................................................... 623 Micheal Paul Cole..................................................... 305 Chris Dahlquist......................................................... 506 John Galbo................................................................ 445 Audrey Heller............................................................ 720 Clifton Henri.............................................................. 457 Cali Hobgood............................................................. 438 Marty Hulsebos........................................................ 517 Nels Johnson............................................................ 810 Steve Keating............................................................ 413 Alan Klug................................................................... 408 David Mayhew.......................................................... 430 Shawn O’Connell....................................................... 801 Bruce Reinfeld.......................................................... 417 Paul Shatz.................................................................. 620 Andrew Sovjani......................................................... 708 William Vanscoy....................................................... 315 PRINTMAKING Lisa Burge................................................................. 502 John Costin............................................................... 619

Stephen Harmston & Bonnie Harmston................... 614 Ronna Katz................................................................ 512 Gillian Kemper.......................................................... 451 Seung Lee.................................................................. 308 George Raab............................................................. 601 Stephen Sebastian.................................................... 320 Scott Swezy............................................................... 604 Philip Thompson....................................................... 410 Kreg Yingst................................................................ 516 SCULPTURE Albert Benedict......................................................... 605 Andrew Carson......................................................... 467 Susan Clayton........................................................... 309 Verkina Crow............................................................ 710 Rey D’Alfonso........................................................... 447 Amy Flynn................................................................. 608 Kyle Hawke............................................................... 404 Cary Henrie............................................................... 422 Jack Hill.................................................................... 811 Kent Kraus................................................................. 520 Sally Linville & Susan Ebright.................................. 460

Bruce A. Niemi.......................................................... 452 Eric Ober................................................................... 470 Mark Orr................................................................... 704 John Petrey............................................................... 312 Reza Pishgahi........................................................... 440 Dakota Pratt.............................................................. 824 Larry Roberts............................................................ 426 Pam Stern.................................................................. 328 Thomas Wargin......................................................... 802 Mark Winter.............................................................. 455 WOOD Brian Bortz................................................................ 466 Kevin Desplanques................................................... 318 Larry Fielder............................................................. 609 Matthew Hatala........................................................ 409 Joel Hunnicutt........................................................... 412 Paul Lambrecht......................................................... 716 Jay McDougall.......................................................... 323 Archie Smith............................................................. 510 Nestor Yulfo.............................................................. 439

Uncork Your Creativity! Create a painting of your own with the help of artists from A Piece of Work! The canvas is yours to keep, and several sessions include a bottle of Times Ten Cellars wine to sip while you paint. Stop by the Demonstration Alley (on 7th Street) to sign up for available spots beginning on Thursday, or sign up in advance at www.MainStreetArtsFest.org. Classes are limited to 20 persons.

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F O R T

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SUNDANCE SQUARE STAGE SUNDANCE PLAZA Thursday, April 10

11:00 AM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 8:30 PM

Texas Twisters Nick Ballarini Marcelo Berestovoy Island Boogie Mike Garvey Trio Chris Watson Band

UT ARLINGTON MAIN STAGE 9TH STREET (Convention Center)

Charley Lee 2 Tone Linda Atwell Yancey Stevens Fort Worth Opera Vadym Kholodenko, 2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist 9:00 PM Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Band Saturday, April 12

11:00 AM Razzmajazz Dixieland Band 12:30 PM American Bedouin Band 1:45 PM Hilary Tipps & Steve Obermiller 3:00 PM Chisholm Trail Cowboys 5:00 PM Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra 7:00 PM The Rhythmators 9:00 PM Bob Schneider Sunday, April 13

11:00 AM 12:30 PM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 5:30 PM

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Victor Andrada Carla Norris Swinging Doors Joyce Spencer Dave Alexander

Thursday, April 10

Thursday, April 10

11:00 AM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 8:30 PM

Friday, April 11

11:00 AM 12:30 PM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

STAR-TELEGRAM PERFORMING ARTS STAGE 5TH & MAIN STREET

Outer Circles Feen Boyett August & J Breggett Rideau TuTu Jones Trent Willmon

12:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM

Friday, April 11

Friday, April 11

11:00 AM The Santa Fe Line Band 1:00 PM Matt Tolentino 3:00 PM Johnnie Red & The Roosters 5:00 PM Phyrework 7:00 PM The California Honeydrops 9:00 PM The Robert Cray Band

11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 3:30 PM 4:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:30 PM 9:00 PM

3 Fools on 3 Stools Freddie Jones Me and My Monkey Latin Express Havana NRG

Alex Zerbe The Zaniac Chinese Acrobats of Hebei John Park Chinese Acrobats of Hebei Ballet Folklorico de Fort Worth Ballet Folklorico de Fort Worth Alex Zerbe The Zaniac Chinese Acrobats of Hebei Larry g(EE)

Sunday, April 13

Sunday, April 13

11:00 AM 12:30 PM 2:30 PM 4:30 PM 6:30 PM

Alex Zerbe The Zaniac Chinese Acrobats of Hebei John Park Alex Zerbe The Zaniac Chinese Acrobats of Hebei Ballet Folklorico Azteca Ballet Folklorico Azteca Chinese Acrobats of Hebei The Wicks Luke Wade & No Civilians Saturday, April 12

Saturday, April 12

11:00 AM UT Arlington Jazz Combo 12:30 PM UT Arlington Jazz Ensemble 2:00 PM UT Arlington Jazz Orchestra 3:30 PM Poo Live Crew 5:00 PM First Rush 7:00 PM Mingo Fishtrap 9:00 PM The Mavericks

Chinese Acrobats of Hebei John Park Chinese Acrobats of Hebei Alex Zerbe The Zaniac John Park Chinese Acrobats of Hebei

11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:30 PM 2:30 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM

John Park Chinese Acrobats of Hebei Alex Zerbe The Zaniac Chinese Acrobats of Hebei John Park Chinese Acrobats of Hebei


MUSICAL MANIA!| FEATURED PERFORMING ARTISTS SEE THE COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE ON PAGE 24

MAIN ST. is not just Fort Worth’s biggest arts festival – it’s also the area’s largest music festival and we have incredible sounds and sights in store for you, free! We’ve featured our headlining acts here, but there are many more performers. For all the bios, visit www.MainStreetArtsFest.org. You can also view the full schedule on our app – download it at bit.ly/ MainStreet/iPhone.

THURSDAY HEADLINERS

Chinese Acrobats s of Hebei

8:00 p.m. | 5th Street Performing Arts Stage

The incredible strength and physical grace of the Chinese Acrobats of Hebei has rendered crowds awe-struck around the world. Now, the masters of agility and grace will be performing during all four days of the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival.

Eddie Palmieri s Latin Jazz Band The California Honeydrops s 7 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

With their audience growing bigger with each “southern-fried jazz” performance, their mission is to make people dance, sing and enjoy themselves every time they hit the stage. Their style may not have a name, but one thing is certain: The California Honeydrops don’t just play music. They throw parties.

Vadym Kholodenko, 2013 s Trent Willmon s

8:30 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage (Convention Center)

Texas singer/songwriter Trent Willmon brings his fun loving, beer drinking, ready-for-anything attitude every time he sings.

Van Cliburn Gold Medalist 7 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

9 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

The nine-time Grammy Award winner is known for his charismatic power and bold innovative drive. A true powerhouse of brilliance, Eddie Palmieri and his band continue to thrill audiences with their legendary style.

SATURDAY HEADLINERS

Fort Worth Symphony s Orchestra

5 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Ukrainian pianist Vadym Kholodenko captures the attention of audiences and critics from all over the world with his powerful performances marked by vibrant imagination and intelligence.

Returning to MAIN ST. for the first time in over 20 years, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to educate, entertain and enhance cultural life.

The Robert Cray Band s

Mingo Fishtrap s

With inspiration from George Harrison and Jimi Hendrix, Robert Cray has been internationally admired as a stylist whose innovations have brought new life to blues music. Get ready to rock the south end of Main Street with one of the greatest blues musician touring today.

Texas Music Magazine calls Mingo Fishtrap “the space where melodic pop meets gritty Memphis soul, with a twist of N’awlins funk.” Pop, soul and funk is an unlikely combination for music, but the sounds have been perfected by Mingo Fishtrap. You don’t want to miss this show, and take it home with you! 25

FRIDAY HEADLINERS

Fort Worth Opera s

5 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Today’s performance in Sundance Square features stars from the 2014 season including the exotic drama The Pearl Fishers, Pulitzer Prize-winning Silent Night, Mozart’s comedy Così fan Tutte, and the professional world premiere of With Blood, With Ink.

9 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

7 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage


Bob Schneider s The Rhythmators s

7 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Fort Worth natives, The Rhythmators, found their sound in Colorado before establishing their name in the DFW music scene. With a mixture of R&B, blues and soul, they entertain crowds by playing original music, as well as blues and soul classics.

9 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Originally building his career as a working class musician, Bob Schneider has an institution of faithful followers across the U.S. with a mega fan base in Austin.

SUNDAY HEADLINERS

Dave Alexander s

5:30 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Alexander is recognized as having created the finest Western Big Band ever assembled to deliver his overwhelming performances. These great musicians, combined with his incomparable horn section, make up the finest musical ensemble on the road today.

Havana NRG s

6:30 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

The Mavericks s

9 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

The Mavericks are back. The country-steeped garage band with Cuban American lead singer RAUL MALO emerged from Miami in 1989 and reunited in 2012. The Mavericks will bring both new and classic hits, such as “Here Comes The Rain,” and “Dance The Night Away,” to MAIN ST.

Latin Express s

4:30 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

The “NRG” in Havana NRG stands for “New Rhythm Generation,” and this youthful Texas group offers up a hot program of timbainfluenced salsa to prove that Havana-inspired sounds are alive in the Lone Star State.

With more than 30 years of performing under their belt, Latin Express continues to be a mainstay in the DFW Tejano music scene.

PERFORMING ARTS STAGE FOR SHOW TIMES, SEE SCHEDULE ON PAGE 24 Chinese Acrobats of Hebei. Acrobats of Hebei China are masters of agility and grace combining Chinese traditions, incredible acrobatics, stunning costumes, Chinese props, and a beautiful music soundtrack. Ballet Folklorico Azteca. BFA promotes Mexican heritage and multicultural understanding to youth and adults, preserving traditions and instilling pride. Ballet Folklorico de Fort Worth. The BFFW encourages appreciation of the Mexican culture by teaching its traditional dance and music to people of all ages.

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Alex Zerbe The Zaniac. Alex is a two-time Guinness World Record holder who was voted Seattle’s Funniest Prop Comic. He has appeared on prime-time television in three countries including the hit shows, “America’s Got Talent!” and “Last Comic Standing.” Alex is a Hacky Sack World Champion, and half of the award-winning comedy act, Brothers from Different Mothers. When Jamie Lee Curtis saw his one-man show she said, “Boy are you talented, FANTASTIC!” John Park. Comedy, comedy, comedy. But John Park is no joke-telling stand-up comic. Instead, this performer uses clever juggling and visually engaging comedy routines set to music to make his audience laugh. The crowd is with John all the way, as volunteers take part and challenge John laugh for laugh for the comedic spotlight.


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Hey, Who’s Hungry?

MAIN ST. Food Vendors The letter and number after the vendor name (F1 to F8) indicate the location on the MAIN ST. map on the inside back cover. The numbers in parentheses after each menu item indicate the number of coupons required. We’ve added a new Food Court just north of 2nd Street!

Avalanche of Flavors (Snowie of Texas) 8 oz. Shaved Ice Snow Cone (4), 12 oz. Shaved Ice Snow Cone (5),16 oz. Shaved Ice Snow Cone (6) Baja Smoothies Fresh Fruit Smoothies (8) Bobby’s Fajitas Fajitas, Beef or Chicken (5), Fajita Nachos (8), Fajita Quesadillas (8), Bean & Taco Meat Burrito (6), 5 Stuffed Jalepeño Peppers (4), Cheese Quesadillas or Cheese Nachos (5) Crawfish Connection 12oz Jambalaya (9), 12oz Gumbo (9), 9-inch Gator Sausage (8), 1 lb Crawfish Plate (12), 32oz Texas Tea (5) Crepe Crazy Ham and Cheese (8), add Bacon (1); Chicken Basil Pesto (9), Southwestern (8), add Chicken (1); Mediterranean Medley (8), add Chicken (1); Peanut Butter Heaven (8), Nutella Banana (8), add Strawberries (1); Dulce de Leche Turtle (8), Sweet Cheese Delight (9), Lemonade & Hot Chocolate (5) Dippin’ Dots Dippin’ Dots (small 6/large 8)

Doc’s Grill Grilled Chicken on a Stick – Island Bourbon & Jamaican Jerk (10), Grilled Wings – BBQ, Jamaican Jerk, Original (9), Sausage on a Stick (8), Island Veggie Fried Rice (7) Combo – includes Chicken or Sausage with Fried Rice (14), Fresh Squeezed Lemonade (small 4/large 5) Fresh Mojitos Mojitos (10) Fletchers Corny Dogs & Funnel Cakes Original Corny Dog (7), Jalapeno/Cheese Dog (9), Funnel Cake w/sugar (8), Lemonade 16oz (4) Funnelcake Fries Funnelcake Fries (6) German Popped Kettle Corn Large Bag (8) Leisure Foods, Inc. Hot Dog (4), Hot Dog w/Chili (5), Foot-long Hot Dog (6), Foot-long Hot Dog w/Chili (7), Hamburger (7), Hamburger w/Cheese (8), Nachos or Frito Pie (5), Smoked Turkey Leg (10), Sausage on a Stick/or Bun (7 or 8), Lemonade-Lg/Sm (6), Sno Cone (4), Cotton Candy (5), Potato Chips (3), Pickle (3)

Little German Kitchen German Sausage Sandwiches – 1/4 lb (10), Smoked Jalapeno Sausage – 1/3 lb (10), Plate Dinner – Sausage, German Potato Salad, Kraut (14); Jumbo Bavarian Cream Puff (7), Stuffed Jalapeño or Sweet Cream Cheese Pretzels (7), Bavarian Jumbo Pretzels (6) All Beef Hot Dog – 1/4 lb (7), Ice Tea 20oz and 32oz (4 and 5) LoneStar Cinnamon Roasted Nuts 1 Bag of Nuts (7), 2 Bags of Nuts (13), Small Frozen Drink (5), Large Frozen Drink (7) Mario’s Mediterranean Cuisine Chicken Artichoke/Veggies on Pita Bread (10), Lamb Gyros on Pita Bread (10), Chicken Oregano/Veggies on Pita Bread (10), Romano Steak/Veggies on Pita Bread (10), Mediterranean Sausage – 8- 9”/Veggies on Pita Bread (10), Pork Tuscany/Veggies on Pita Bread (10), Veggie Grill on Pita Bread (9) McKinney Food Services Corn Dogs (6), Jumbo Corn Dogs (8), Funnel Cakes (8), Lemonade (5/7) Craft Beer Garden General Worth Square Craft and Draught Beer (7)

Craft Brew Garden

Reata Restaurant Beef Tenderloin Tamales (10), Chicken Tacos (10), Apple Crisp (6), Cowboy Tea – Unsweet Tea and Lemonade (4)

Returning for 2014! Have a seat under the trees in General Worth Square and sip a cold brew while you enjoy the performers on the UT Arlington Main Stage. Choose from 12 taps of local and national craft brews.

Riscky’s Barbeque Sliced Beef Sandwich 5oz (8), Chop Beef Sandwich 4oz (7), Smoked Turkey Leg (9), 2 Beef Ribs (4), Texas Fries w/Onions & Jalepeños (5), Fried Corn – 12 pieces (4) 29


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MAIN ST. Food Vendors Rolling Cone Soft Serve Ice Cream Cake Cone – Choice of 2 Flavors (5), Cup – Choice of 2 Flavors (5), Cake Cone or Cup w/ Sprinkles (6), Waffle Cone (6), Waffle Cone w/Sprinkles (7), Cake Cone Dipped – Choice of 3 Flavors (6), Waffle Cone Dipped – Choice of 3 Flavors (7)

Tequila Red’s Hot Dog Cart Grilled Hot Dog (5), Sausage on a Bun (8), Sausage on a Stick – Regular or Jalapeño (8), 32oz Fresh Brewed Ice Tea – Sweet, Unsweet, Peach, Raspberry (6); 20oz Fresh Brewed Ice Tea – Sweet, Unsweet, Peach, Raspberry (4)

Schakolad Chocolate Factory Chocolate Covered Carmel Apples (10), Frozen Chocolate Covered Bananas (5), Frozen Chocolate Covered Cheesecake (6), Chocolate Covered Strawberries (8)

Texas Skillet Cowboy Burrito (11), Sidekick Burrito (9), Grilled Steak Sandwich w/Cheese (9), Steak Sandwich Platter w/Skillet Potatoes (11), Skillet Grilled Hot Dog (5), 32oz Fresh Brewed Ice Tea – Sweet, Unsweet, Peach, Raspberry (6); 20oz Fresh Brewed Ice Tea – Sweet, Unsweet, Peach, Raspberry (4)

Schmidt’s of German Village Bahama Mama 1/3 lb. Spicy Smoked Sausage (9), Bratwurst 1/3 lb. (9), Jumbo Frankfurter (5), German Potato Salad (3), Sauerkraut (2), Jumbo Cream Puff (8), Tea or Sweet Tea (5), Dinner Platters include German Potato Salad and Sauerkraut, added to sandwich price (4) Spudzilla Potatoes Ribbon-cut Potatoes, Deep fried (8), w/ Cheddar Cheese Sauce (2), w/Real Bacon Bits (2), w/Ranch (1), w/Jalapeño (1), Fresh Brewed Iced Tea, 24 oz – Sweet or Unsweet (4) Taste of Cuba Cuban Sandwich (8), Beef or Chicken Empanada (4), Black beans w/white rice (4), Fried Plantains (4), Cuban Tamale (4), Deep Fried Cuban Roll (6), Funnelcake Fries (6)

Thai Tina’s Restaurant 2 Egg Rolls (4), 1 Springroll, Choice of Chicken or Tofu (5), 2 Grilled Chicken Satay (6), 6 Crab Rangoon (5), Combo, choose any 3 (10), Red Curry with Chicken or Vegetarian (8), Thai Ice Tea (4),Thai Ice Coffee (4) The Original Corn Roast Roasted Corn (5), Corn in a Cup (4), Baked Potato w/Chopped Beef (8), Baked Sweet Potato (6), Apple Slices w/Carmel & Pecans (4), Sweet Tea & Lemonade (5) Woolley’s Frozen Custard Small Frozen Custard (4), Small Frozen Custard w/Topping (5), Large Frozen Custard (6),

WINE EXPERIENCE AT 7TH AND MAIN STREET This seated tasting features four premium wines from Fort Worth’s only full-production winery! You’ll also get a commemorative wine glass etched with this year’s festival logo, a six-bottle carrier bag and a bottle of wine you select from the tasting. Seating is limited to 30 per session, and advance reservations are required. Located on 7th Street. The cost is $35 per person – cash or credit cards accepted. Wine by the glass also sold here.

SESSION TIMES: Blue Moon Brewing Company believes brewing is an art. Join your community and help us paint a work of art with Blue Moon on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. in the Craft Brew Garden in General Worth Square.

Thursday: 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday: 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m., 3 p.m. 31



Daniel Ng – Painting, “Main Street Starry Night” © 2O14

2014 Commemorative Poster Daniel Ng, from Portland, Oregon, was selected to create this year’s beautiful commemorative poster, “Main Street Starry Night,” a colorful and dramatic perspective of Downtown from Sundance Square Plaza to the Courthouse. Daniel paints with imagination but not from imagination. Each landscape painting is inspired from an actual place. He creates composition in a simplified form with designs of shapes and patterns found in the nature world. Daniel is definitely a colorist. With a drybrush technique, he applies acrylic paints in layers to develop bold vivid colors to bring out eye-catching contrast in his designs. It is his own whimsical interpretation of each individual scene that sets his paintings apart from typical landscape painting. Daniel is located in Booth 452. Please visit our Festival Store for shirts featuring his work, and stop in our Framer Store to purchase a limited edition framed (or unframed) poster, signed or unsigned, printed on Astrolite Silk 80# cover paper stock from Monadnock and hybrid inks by Cockrell Enovation. The poster was designed by Pinkerton Design. Purchase $200 of art and receive a free, unsigned poster while supplies last.

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THE REASON WHY LOCATION IS EVERYTHING. Discover the premier destination in Fort Worth, The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel. Conveniently close to the city’s most popular destinations, you’ll experience the perfect downtown stay. Enjoy world-class shopping and dining, a night on the town, or the exciting Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival just moments from your door. At Renaissance, you’ll discover western elegance and unparalleled comforts like never before. For more information or to make reservations, call 817.870.1000 or visit renaissancehotels.com/DFWDT. THE WORTHINGTON RENAISSANCE FORT WORTH HOTEL 200 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 t: 817.870.1000, renaissancehotels.com/DFWDT

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OFF MAIN!

Go “OFF MAIN!” and explore marvelous venues and performance spaces in Downtown Fort Worth.

Bass Performance Hall Schedule during MAIN ST! Thursday, April 10: STOMP, 7:30 pm Friday, April 11: STOMP, 7:30 pm Saturday, April 12: Bass Performance Hall Open House, 9:30 – 11:30 am; Lobby displays from Performing Arts Fort Worth, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Opera, the Cliburn and Texas Ballet Theater; Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra “Petting Zoo” of instruments. Saturday, April 12: STOMP, 1:30 pm STOMP, 7:30 pm Sunday, April 13: STOMP, 1:30 pm STOMP, 6:30 pm Tickets at: www.basshall.com, 817-212-4280 or in person at the box office

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PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHAL DANIEL/MINNESOTA OPERA

Fort Worth Opera Festival Begins April 18! For four weeks each spring, Fort Worth Opera brings the best in world-class opera to the city of “Cowboys and Culture,” with a combination of traditional pieces and pioneering new works that makes FWOpera unique. With more than 60 years of producing operatic masterpieces and holding the title for the longest running opera company in Texas, FWOpera knows how to create a one-of-a-kind theater experience. Festival tickets are available for just $25 at fwopera.org or 877.396.7372.

MORE “OFF MAIN!” GREATNESS: Four Day Weekend Improvisational Comedy Houston between 2nd and 3rd. www.fourdayweekend.com Jubilee Theatre. Featuring AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ 506 Main Street. www.jubileetheatre.org Scat Jazz Lounge Retro live music venue. 111 W. 4th Street. www.scatjazzlounge.com Sid Richardson Museum Masterpieces of the Old West. Free admission. 309 Main Street. www.sidrichardsonmuseum.org


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June 6 - July 5, 2014 at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden

the Fort Worth Botanic Garden will come alive for another summer of entertainment, nightly fireworks and musical evenings under the stars when the Fort Worth Symphony orchestra presents its annual concerts in the Garden Summer Music Festival.

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Lawn seating is always free for children 10 and younger! Made possible by the generous support of Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust, Bank of America, Trustee

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“Some day, I want to paint like that.” When we see great art, it can spark our creativity and imagination and helps us see the world in a different way.

Wells Fargo celebrates the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival. wellsfargo.com

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Don’t Forget to Brush!

ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR CHILDREN

At “MAIN ST. Creates!” presented by Wells Fargo, kids can find plenty of fun and artistic things to do. It’s located on the north end of the festival, near the Tarrant County Courthouse.

HOURS:

Thursday - Saturday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Some activities are free, while others require coupons (available at all of our coupon booths). Some are available on Saturday and Sunday only. The number of coupons required is indicated below: Balloon Designs (FREE) Learn to make your very own balloon design. Presented by Fellowship Church. Model Magic (4) Make a colorful bird using air-dried clay. Presented by Van Grow. Fish Prints (4) Use a rubber, life-like fish (really!) to make a print. Presented by Van Grow. Face painting (5+) Party Faces, Inc. uses safe, SNAZAROO water-based cosmetic face paints – price depending on complexity. Caricaturist (20+) Have your caricature drawn, black and white and color!

Ceramic Tile Painting (FREE) Color and tile come together in a creative way. Provided by Home Depot. Mural Wall (FREE) Be a part of creating a mural for the MAIN ST. Arts Fest! Van Grow presents. Rock Wall (5) Can you climb to the top? Sand Art (5+) Create a colorful sculpture with sand. Beads and More! (3) Make pony bead necklaces for yourself or a friend. Presented by Van Grow. Arts and Crafts (FREE) Try your hand at a variety of arts and crafts. Presented by Michael’s. Tie Dye (5) Create your own original tie dye bandana. Presented by Van Grow. Bookmark! (FREE) Make tracks with your own specially created animal track bookmark. Presented by Camp Fire First Texas. Spring Flowers (FREE) Create your own springtime flower! Presented by Camp Fire First Texas. 39


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MAIN ST. Educational Programs Growing Young Artists Sponsor

Growing Young Artists

This successful outreach program brings the talents of MAIN ST. artists and the opportunities of the festival to elementary, middle and high school students in school districts around Fort Worth. This program has two components, each supported by a grant from Tarrant County College:

Artist-in-Residence Program. Several of our 2014 MAIN ST. artists will visit area schools to show their work and give insights to students about a career in visual art. Selected students will visit MAIN ST. and get a “behind the scenes” look at the operations of a major arts festival.

Young People’s Art Fair. Support the next generation of artists! The Young People’s Art Fair – located in the “MAIN ST. Creates!” area – features the work of more than 300 young artists from the Fort Worth community. The fair will be held on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Children must be accompanied by a parent at all times during the show. Last year, these young artists sold more than $10,000 worth of art! 41


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Our Favorite Color: GREEN MAIN ST. Environmental Efforts

“Go Green” Initiative. We’re working hard to reduce our carbon footprint through partnerships with the Tarrant Regional Water District, Green Mountain Energy, Waste Management, Inc. and Bicycles, Inc. In 2013, we recycled over 75% of the bottles and cans left behind at the festival. To reduce our use of public landfills, we use biodegradable plates, cups and eating utensils. Festival staff also recycles 100% of the oil and grease used to prepare the food. Artists Are Going Green, Too! MAIN ST. salutes those artists who use earthfriendly techniques, materials or themes in their work. Park Your Bike for Free! The Bicycle Corral, sponsored by the Fort Worth Bicycling Association and Bicycles, Inc., is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily on 7th Street at Houston Street (note new location). The corral will include security fencing, bike racks for storage and an ID system to avoid theft. With more than 480 miles of bike paths either completed or planned, Fort Worth is cycle friendly!

Fort Worth B-cycle 14 Stations Near Downtown!

Avoid the hassle of parking and ride B-cycle to MAIN ST.! There are 14 bike-sharing stations conveniently located within walking distance of the festival. There’s no better time to try out Fort Worth B-cycle, the first bike sharing system in North Texas. You can also ride bike share from the T&P or Intermodal Transportation Center straight to the heart of Main Street. Use promo code 76102 at any station to receive half-price, $4 access to the system each day of the festival. For full system map and additional information, please visit www.fortworthbikesharing.org.

FREE WATER STATIONS!

To help support and raise awareness for water conservation, the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) is sponsoring free water stations around the festival. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SAVING WATER! SCAN THIS QR CODE INTO YOUR SMARTPHONE.

• Bring your own water bottles and fill them

up for free • Get a souvenir water bottle for 5 coupons

The stations feature Fort Worth’s nationally renowned municipal water dispensed with a state-of-the-art U/V filtration system and chilled to perfection. 43


Street Smarts

Transportation Options Take the Trinity Railway Express (TRE). To better accommodate demand, extra cars will be added during all four days of the festival. The TRE station, located at the Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) at Jones and 9th Streets, is only two blocks from the Arts Festival.

TRE Festival Schedule: • Thursday April 10th - Last eastbound train departs ITC station at 9:46 p.m. • Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12 Last eastbound train departs ITC station at 11:35 p.m. and will go all the way to Union Station. Note: this train will NOT connect with any DART Rail Service at Union Station. • Sunday, April 13 - The TRE will run a special schedule to and from Dallas all day.

Ride the Bus! The Fort Worth Transportation Authority also has plenty of buses that bring you right to the heart of the fun. Learn more at their website: www.The-T.com. MAIN ST. Park and Ride – only $1.00 each way! Ride our free MAIN ST. Park

and Ride service, sponsored by The T, for transportation to and from the festival. The shuttle for a buck will operate every 20 minutes from 5 to 11 p.m. on Friday, and 9:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday. Look for the SPECIALLY MARKED free parking areas at Billy Bob’s Texas in the Fort Worth Stockyards, and at Farrington Field.

Bicycles. Ride your bike and park it in our fully staffed Bicycle Corral,supported by Bicycles, Inc. and the Fort Worth Bicycling Association. Located on 7th Street at Commerce Street (new location this year).

Fort Worth B-cycle – 14 Stations Near Downtown! Use promo code 76102 at any station to receive half-price, $4 access to the system each day of the festival. For full system map and additional information, please visit www. fortworthbikesharing.org.

Parking Information. As you know, parking is at a premium during the festival. Get details on available parking at www.fortworthparking.com.

2014 Friends of the Festival (as of March 26, 2014)

As a non-profit organization, Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc. relies heavily on contributions to maintain the high quality of MAIN ST. and keep the event free to the public. Become a Friend of the Festival by making a tax-deductible donation. You’ll receive recognition for your business, plus tickets to the Skybox each evening. Enjoy a complimentary dinner, beverages and our signature entertainment alongside Fort Worth’s movers and shakers. Want to join right now? Simply stop by the Skybox in General Worth Square (8th Street entrance) and we’ll be happy to sign you up! Find out more at www.MainStreetArtsFest.org. 44

GOLD Anne T. and Robert M. Bass, Anonymous, Bank of Texas, The Capital Grille, CBS Outdoor, Cockrell Enovation, Enilon Group, Flowers to Go, Frost, Medstar, MM Special Event, ONCOR, Pavlov Agency, Pier 1 Imports, Pinkerton Design, Rotary Club of Fort Worth, Sundance Square, United Site Services SILVER Buzz Fence, Decker, Jones; Empire Disposal Group, Fort Worth Chamber, GRACE, Jay and Debbie Downie, Norris Conference Centers, Smoke Pit BBQ, Tarrant County, TranSystems, Waffle House BRONZE Atmos Energy, Bath Planet, Carol Charette, CMA, Grapevine Golf Cars, Innovative Developers, Inc., LINBECK, Olmsted-Kirk Paper Company, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Inc., Renfro Foods, Rios Group, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth


Meet the MAIN ST. Crew! Festivals & Events Advisory Committee Event Steering Committee Marilyn Ackmann, Atmos Energy, Chairman Larry Anfin, Coors Distributing Company Becky Renfro Borbolla, Mrs. Renfro’s Foods Gary Cumbie, Cumbie Consulting Carlos De La Torre, De La Torre Companies Dave Fulton, Hilton Fort Worth Marilyn Gilbert, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Tracy Gilmour, Sundance Square Management Glen Hahn, Innovative Developers, Inc. Marie A. Holliday, DMD, Flowers to Go in Sundance Square J. Leo Kinney, Cash America International (ret.) Nina Petty, Tarrant County College Kathryn Portillo, Hilton Fort Worth Ronny Region, Region Enterprises Richard Ruddell, Fort Worth Transportation Authority, Past Chairman (ret.) Barbara Stone, Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau Lynda Tiedtke

Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. Staff

Andrew Taft, President Todd Holzaepfel, Vice President-Planning and Operations/PID Manager Cleshia Butler, Administrative Assistant Jay Downie, Event Producer Becky Fetty, Director of Marketing and Membership Brandi Huckabee, Production Coordinator Festivals & Events, Staff Accountant Ani Jarrett. Marketing and Special Projects Manager Jim Johnson, Director of Downtown Development/TIF District Melissa Konur, Planning Director Melanie Lara, Controller Arrie Mitchell, Director of Research Carole Robinson, Executive Assistant/Office Manager

Festival Production Staff

Claire Bloxom Armstrong, Media Relations and Social Media Manager (Pavlov) Judy Beaumier, Entertainment Production Manager Maddy Beaumier, Entertainment Production Assistant Manager Claire Brunner, Website Coordinator (Enilon) L.D. Carroll, Grounds Maintenance Manager Jay Downie, Producer Charlie Duvall, Warehouse Manager Courtney Hall, Advertising Manager Diana Hahn, Volunteer Manager Brandi Huckabee, Production Coordinator Mike Kennedy, DFW Professional Musicians Union Gladys Pinkerton, Graphics and Design Manager (Pinkerton Design) James Phillips, Finance Manager

Edd Arnold, VIP Hospitality, Manager Amy Bearden, MAIN ST. Creates & YPAF, Manager Judy Beaumier, Entertainment, Manager Michelle Beniak, Young People’s Art Fair Claire Bloxom Armstrong, Social Media, Manager Beverly Burks, Volunteer Assistant Manager L.D. Carroll, Grounds Maintenance, Manager Sandi Cochrum, Artist Resources, Manager Jamie Cox, Artist Resources, Committee Member Chip Diano, Honorary EMT Jay Downie, Producer Charlie Duvall, Warehouse Manager Dana Ford, Artist Resources, Committee Member Marge Fransted, Artist Resources, Jury John Gantt, Operations, Manager Kris Gantt, Concessions & Artist Compliance Manager Larry Gantt, Communications, Manager Gabby Garbarino, Community Service Coordinator, Manager Mary Gonzales, Merchandise, Committee Member Diana Hahn, Volunteer Manager Courtney Hall, Advertising Manager Gary Hammer, Concessions, Manager Pat Hammer, Artist Resources, Committee Member Brian Harris, Security, Committee Member Marlo Hill, VIP Hospitality Assistant Manager Tyrone Hodges, Entertainer Transportation, Manager Brandi Huckabee, Staff, Production Coordinator Thomas Lake, Artist Resources, Committee Member Reggie Mandoni, VIP Hospitality, Committee Member Tina Mantz, Artist Resources - Hosts, Manager Rhonda Matherne, Artist Resources, Committee Member Robbie McMeans, EMT Hospitality, Manager Donnette Moseley, VIP Hospitality, Committee Member Robert Munoz, Block Captains, Assistant Manager Bob Paluck, Communications, Committee Member Marion Paluck, Volunteer, Committee Member James Phillips, Finance, Manager Alex Reeves, Block Captains, Manager Carol Reeves, Artist Hospitality Larry Reeves, Communications, Assistant Manager Larry Rippin, Logistics, Assistant Manager Dick Ruddell, Transportation Manager Laura Sanchez, Logistics, Manager Mike Shambaugh, Logistics, Assistant Manager Glenda Sloan-Patterson, VIP Hospitality, Committee Member Kevin Starns, MAIN ST. Creates, Assistant Manager Harlan Streater, Merchandise, Committee Member Carol Wassman, Customer Relations Manager Jack Wassman, Community Service, Committee Member Deanna Weaver, Merchandise, Manager Cathy Wilson, Artist Resources, Committee Member 45


DFWII Board of Directors as of April 1, 2014 Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square, Chairman Ryan Akins, Dale Carnegie Training Larry Anfin, Coors Distributing Company Ola Assem, Cleopatra, Inc. Rick Baumeister, Sanford, Baumeister & Frazier Michael Bennett, Bennett Brenner Partners Greg Bird, Jetta Operating Bill Boecker, representing Edward Bass, Fine Line Diversified Development Eddie Broussard, Texas Capital Bank Richard Casarez, Oncor Electric Delivery Andrew Casperson, Omni Fort Worth Hotel Brian Chase, Bell Helicopter, a Textron Company Jack Clark, Red Oak Realty Jeff Davis, Republic Title of Fort Worth Tim Doke, UNT Health Science Center Kevin Downing, Mutual of Omaha Jim Finley, Finley Resources Dave Fulton, Hilton Fort Worth Melissa Graham, Cousins Properties, Inc. Glen Hahn, Innovative Developers, Inc. Steve Hambrick, PlainsCapital Bank Dan Hansen, Balfour Beatty Construction Brian Happel, BBVA Compass Albon Head, Jackson Walker Don Hellman, Comerica Bank Michael Hoffer, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford Barney Holland, Fuelman of DFW Clay Humphries, Pace Companies Paul Johnson, Shannon Gracey Tony Johnson, The T Dione Kennedy, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Inc. John Klukan, Worthington Renaissance Hotel Karl Komatsu, Komatsu Architecture Mark Linenberger, LINBECK Walter Littlejohn, The Fort Worth Club Ross Martin, Kelly Hart & Hallman, LLP Patrick McFarlin, Jacobs Charles Milliken, Decker Jones McMackin McClane Hall & Bates, P.C. Allison Millington, Behringer Harvard Robert Molloy, Southwest Bank

Wade Nowlin, HUB International Rigg David Parker, AT&T Lee D. Patterson, Trinity Terrace Michael Pavell, Bank of America Raul Pena, TranSystems Nina Petty, Tarrant County College District John Podraza, XTO Energy John Prichett, Ben E. Keith Beverages Gordon Rhodes, Rhodes Securities Pollard Rogers, Cantey Hanger, LLP Merianne Roth, RadioShack Corp. Jon Ruff, Spire Realty Group Aric Short, Texas A&M University School of Law Gloria Starling, The Capital Grille John Stevenson, representing Robert Bass, Keystone, Inc. Tom Struhs, Struhs Construction Andy Taft, Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. Joy Webster, MorningStar Capital Gary Wortel, Star-Telegram John Yeung, Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa Directors Emeritus L.O. “Buzz” Brightbill, III, Southwest Bank Gary W. Cumbie, The Cumbie Consultancy Allan Howeth, Cantey Hanger, LLP James R. Nichols, Freese and Nichols John V. Roach, Roach Enterprises Terrance J. Ryan, Southwest Bank John Stevenson, Keystone, Inc. Greg Upp, Consultant Ex-officio Representatives Dale Brock, Downtown Neighborhood Alliance Reeshemah Davis, South East Fort Worth Mae Ferguson, Fort Worth Sister Cities Marie Holliday, Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce Bob Jameson, Convention & Visitors Bureau Michelle Lynn, BOMA Paul Paine, South Fort Worth, Inc. Asusena Resendiz, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Bill Thornton, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

Volunteer – Let’s Do It Together! Join Radio Shack, our 2014 Volunteer Program Sponsor, by becoming a volunteer. Support MAIN ST. and meet fun people! Without the generosity of more than 1,200 volunteers, this event would be impossible to produce. Go to www.MainStreetArtsFest.org and click “Volunteer.” 46


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VISIT OUR STORE IN SUNDANCE SQUARE AT 3RD AND COMMERCE

GREAT THINGS HAPPEN WHEN WE DO IT TOGETHER.


Your claim. to frame. Get an unframed festival poster – FREE! Just bring your receipts showing total purchases of at least $200 on art and festival merchandise to the House of Frames booth in Sundance Square Plaza. While you're there, shop our selection of legacy posters and frames, signed or unsigned. Limit one per customer, while quantities last.

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DFWI Welcomes New Members AlliedBarton Security Services Balfour Beatty Construction Capital One Bank Cockrell Enovation Dale Carnegie Training Fort Worth Texas Real Estate Jerry Barton Company Mary Margaret Davis Real Estate Team Mutual of Omaha Bank

Norris Conference Centers Pinnacle Bank Platinum Parking RadioShack Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel & Spa Southwest Bank Texas A&M University School of Law The Capital Grille Trinity Terrace

Downtown Fort Worth is a dynamic place and DFWI is the membership organization whose sole purpose is to make it even better.

You are invited to join, become a member today! Have a question? Becky Fetty beckyf@dfwi.org www.dfwi.org Photo Credit: Brian Hutson, and Geno Loro