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Contents Welcome to MAIN ST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Sponsors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Things to Know. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Artist Spotlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Fine Arts & Crafts Showcase . . . . . . . . . 12 Featured Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Performance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Headliners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Cuisine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 OFF MAIN! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 MAIN ST. Creates! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Educational Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Green Efforts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Transportation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Friends of the Festival. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 MAIN ST. Crew. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Festival Map. . . . . . . . . inside back cover

Festival Hours Thursday, April 14 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, April 15 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 16 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, April 17 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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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!

ABOUT THE COVER Our program cover, designed by Cody Riise, features a vibrant, colorful medley of the sights and sounds of MAIN ST. Special thanks to art director Gladys Pinkerton, art director Lisa Hanks, writer Brian Pierce and project coordinator Diana Hahn.

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Welcome to MAIN ST.! The MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival is presented by Blue Moon Brewing Company – distributed in the Metroplex by Andrews Distributing Company – and produced by Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc. During the four days of the show, we’ll spotlight over 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! This is the 31st annual MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival, which began in 1986 as a way to showcase the revitalization of Downtown Fort Worth. Since then, Downtown Fort Worth has become one of the finest urban areas in the U.S. – and MAIN ST. has become one of the top festivals in the nation, ranked in the Top 10 by USA Today and the Art Fair Sourcebook.

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 located at 3rd and Main Streets, and receive a 2016 MAIN ST. poster created by artist Benjamin Frey - FREE! Limit one per customer, while quantities last. Benjamin Frey – Mixed

Media, “A Perfect Balance”

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| Design: Pinkerton Design Printing: Cockrell Enovation Options 80# cover Paper: Olmsted Kirk /Mohawk

A production of Downtown

Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc.

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DFWII: The Producer of MAIN ST.

The MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival is produced by Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc. (DFWII). DFWII is a charitable non-profit corporation that oversees many Downtown educational and public-purpose activities. DFWII uses net MAIN ST. proceeds to continually raise the quality of the event and improve Fort Worth’s Downtown. DFWII produces the XTO Energy Parade of Lights, recently developed the JFK Tribute in Fort Worth and renovated Burnett Park with generous grants from local foundations and donors, both public and private.   DFWII is associated with Downtown Fort Worth, Inc., (DFWI) a private, non-profit membership organization that serves as an advocate for Downtown. DFWI manages the

Downtown Strategic Planning process and Fort Worth Public Improvement Districts #1 and #14, which provide enhanced Downtown maintenance and landscaping, marketing, research, security, transportation and planning services. DFWI also manages the Downtown Tax Increment Financing District, which is designed to attract investment, support tourism and convention business, and spur development by funding public improvements. The TIF also underwrites the free Downtown parking program.   Help support Downtown’s 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.

Experience the JFK Tribute The day President John F. Kennedy died, his last speech delivered to the general public was outside the Hotel Texas (now the Hilton Fort Worth). To commemorate this historic event and honor the memory of JFK, a public-private partnership completed this 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. Proceeds from MAIN ST. help support the Tribute’s ongoing maintenance.

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PHOTO COURTESY of Jared E. Widmer


SHOP TO YOUR ART’S CONTENT. THIS IS THE PLACE. SUNDANCESQUARE.COM


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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 dusk each evening except Sunday, when it closes at 7 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.

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.

Seating Areas

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

Lost & Found

Please bring all lost items to the Information Booth located in Sundance Square Plaza. 8

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 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 31 and 33 to see the menus and prices for 2016.


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.

Beverage Prices

Beverage C oupons

Blue Moon, Co ors and Miller beer 16 oz cans........... ..............7 Craft and spec ialty beers Small................. ................7 Large................. ..............10 MAIN ST. kooz ie ...............2 Wine................... .................7 Commemorativ e wine glass....... ...................5 Non-alcoholic beverages ....... .............. 3 - 7 Frozen/non-froz margaritas, Mojen itos and specialty dr inks Small................. ............... 7 Large................... ............10

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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.

FIRST + AID Thanks to MedStar for providing our firstaid station, centrally located at 7th and Main Streets. Mobile EMT units also patrol the grounds on a continuous basis, and Automatic Electronic Defibrillators are located at our Information Booth. If you see anything that needs attention, please contact a volunteer immediately!

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

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

Download the 2016 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.

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHt: Terry evans 2015 Best of Show Winner Take the time to check out the wonderful art of Kansas native Terry Evans, who is back with us at this year’s festival. Using a process that involves hardwood lumber and veneer lamination, Evans strives to highlight the visual elements of color and contrast while maintaining the wood’s integrity. Visit him in booth #624, or view his artwork in the “Fine Art Showcase” here: http://bit.ly/TerryEvans

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Fine Arts & Crafts Showcase

A “Magnificent Mile” of Art. Under the white tents stretching along Main Street and the umbrella canopies in Sundance Square Plaza, you’ll find an enormous range of artworks in diverse mediums, from sculpture to paintings, from the dramatic to the whimsical. One of the best things about this festival is the rare opportunity to speak personally with the artists about what drives and inspires them. You can even ask if an artist will personalize a work just for you. This is a juried art fair, which means that artists must submit their work to a jury of experts before exhibiting. Of the 1,500 artists that applied to exhibit at this year’s festival, only 208 were chosen for exhibition. Mediums range from sculpture, painting and photography to woodcarving, glasswork, jewelry, fiber and multimedia. We owe a big thanks to the 2016 Artist Selection Jury: Karen Wiley, Gregory Story, Margaret Arafat, Dr. Laine Foran and Anne Cubbage. On the first day of the show, another jury will select the best of the 2016 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 Street, 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.

What are Collector’s Buying? 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 pledge support for our artists by buying Art Purchase Gift Certificates in advance, and enjoy special events throughout the Festival. Elevate your buying experience by purchasing a Collector’s Packet at the Festival Store.

Explore the Artists Online or on Your iPhone! Visit the 2016 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. 12


2016 Artist Exhibitors MEYER ABRAMS Peachtree City, GA 30269 meyerabrams@me.com Mixed Media RICK ABRAMS DeLand, FL 32720 aallyfawn@gmail.com rickabrams.com Digital

RICK ABRAMS s DeLand, FL 32720 abramsart@aol.com rickabrams.com Painting EVA ADAKAI Santa Fe, NM 87505 cosmicmoth@yahoo.com cosmicmothdesigns.com Jewelry DEBRA ADELSON Collingswood, NJ 08108 jewelry@debraadelson.com debraadelson.com Jewelry GLENNA ADKINS Fort Thomas, KY 41075 glennaadkins@me.com glennaadkins.com Painting

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GEORGE BAAH Fort Worth, TX 76132 sales@kwamebaah.com kwamebaah.com Leather

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MARVIN BLACKMORE Durango, CO 81301 rlynnblackmore@aol.com blackmorepottery.com Ceramics 803

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WILLIAM BAILEY s LISA BAILEY Dripping Springs, TX 78620 baileysjewelry@aol.com Baileysartjewelry.com Jewelry 321 702

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VICKI BANKS Los Angeles, CA 90068 vulturesculpture@yahoo.com vulturesculpture.com Sculpture

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MICHAEL BARNES Big Rock, IL 60511 palumichael@aol.com claymakerceramics.com Sculpture 716

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ANTHONY ARKUS Galeton, PA 16922 arkiron@penn.com facebook.com/ark-iron Metalwork 827

WILL ARMSTRONG s Richmond, VA 23225 will_armstrong@me.com willarmstrongart.com Drawing/Pastels 611

DAVID BJURSTROM Austin, TX 78723 dpbjurstrom@gmail.com davidbjurstrom.com Drawing/Pastels 620

BRIAN BEAM s Fulton, MI 49052 bbpottery@aol.com brianbeampottery.com Ceramics

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MICHAEL BEHR Minneapolis, MN 55419 mike@mikebehrphotography.com mikebehrphotography.com Photography 418 KAREN BELL Spring Green, WI 53588 karen.bell.art@gmail.com karenbellsculpture.com Ceramics

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TOM BLOYD Stilwell, KS 66085 bloydartglass@gmail.com bloydartglass.com Glass

CHRISTOPHER BROWN Hailey, ID 83333 furniturewithaview@gmail.com Drawing/Pastels 448 CHRIS BRUNO Lexington, VA 24450 clyons@clbphotos.com Painting

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LISA BURGE Taos, NM 87571 lisarburge@gmail.com lisaburge.com Printmaking

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BETHANY BOJARSKI Milwaukee, WI 53208 bethbojarski@hotmail.com bethbojarski.com Painting 446 MICHAEL BOND River Falls, WI 54022 contact@michaelbondetchings.com michaelbondetchings.com Printmaking 451 MIKE BOSE Bedford, IA 50833 mbose@frontiernet.net mikebosesculpture.com Ceramics

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MARVIN BOWER Boonsboro, MD 21713 mlbower@hotmail.com tannerscreekleather.com Leather

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LON BRAUER Granite City, IL 62040 lon@lonbrauer.com lonbrauer.com Mixed Media

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SALLY J. BRIGHT s Fenton, MI 48430 Artist@SallyJBright.com SallyJBright.com Fiber 630

TODD CAMERON s Minneapolis, MN 55413 orangeglass612@gmail.com threatlevelorange.org Glass 804 JEFFREY CANNON Austin, TX 78709 jcannonstudio@hotmail.com jeffreycannon.com Drawing/Pastels 315 ANDREW CARSON Seattle, WA 98115 carbett@mac.com Sculpture 732 THERESA CARSON Baltimore, MD 21224 theresa@theresacarson.com theresacarson.com Jewelry 626 PAVEEN “BEER” CHUNHASWASDIKUL Gadsden, AL 35901 beerspottery@gmail.com beers-pottery.com Ceramics 515

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MEGAN CLARK Durham, NC 27705 mcmetal24@gmail.com meganclarkjewelry.com Jewelry

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MICHEAL PAUL COLE Hannibal, MO 63401 cole@michealpaulcole.com michealpaulcole.com Photography 310 SARAH COLLIER Wilmington, NC 28409 thecharmschooldropout@gmail.com thecharmschooldropout.com Digital 309 DAVID CONN Fort Worth , TX 76110 d.conn@tcu.edu ShawStreetStudio.com Printmaking JOHN COSTIN Tampa, FL 33605 caracara@tampabay.rr.com costingraphics.com Printmaking

CHIP DUPONT Shiner, TX 77984 chipdupont@gmail.com dupontstudio.com Drawing/Pastels

RICHARD CURTNER s Cathedral City, CA 92234 curtnerart@verizon.net curtnerart.com Mixed Media 807 REY D’ALFONSO Miami, FL 33172 patucha@mac.com Painting

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CHRIS DAHLQUIST Kansas City, MO 64106 chris@chrisdahlquist.com chrisdahlquist.com Photography 502

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MIMI DAMRAUER Chicago, IL 60647 mimi@mimidesigns.tv mimidesigns.tv Fiber 701

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STEVE EDGAR Tallahassee, FL 32312 edgarleather@embarqmail.com edgarleather.com Leather 327 ISSAN ELKIN Corrales, NM 87048 issanatelier@gmail.com Facebook.com/issanatelier Jewelry

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RENEE ENGEBRETSON JAMES ENGEBRETSON Hudson, WI 54016 glass@jimandrenee.com jimandrenee.com Glass 713

KINA CROW Allison Park, PA 15101 kinacrow@gmail.com kinacrow.com Mixed Media KINA CROW Allison Park, PA 15101 kinacrow@gmail.com kinacrow.com Sculpture

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LISA CROWDER Austin, TX 78702 lisacrowderjewelry@gmail.com lisacrowder.com Jewelry 517 ANNE CUBBAGE Arlington, TX 76001 annecubbage@yahoo.com Mixed Media

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ROBERT ERICKSON s TOR ERICKSON Nevada City, CA 95959 stolmaker2@gmail.com ericksonwoodworking.com Wood 805

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JOHN DENG s Roslyn, NY 11577 jiandeng11577@yahoo.com johndengfinearts.com Photography THOMAS DIEL Fort Worth, TX 76107 tomdiel@charter.net thomasdiel.com Mixed Media

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THOMAS DUMKE Stone Bank, WI 53066 thomaswilliamfurniture@gmail.com thomaswilliamfurniture.com Wood 814

Deborah Falls Hartland VT, 05048 dvfalls@mac.com www.deborahfalls.com Fiber 822 NATHAN FALTER Springfield, MO 65806 springfieldpottery@sbcglobal.net springfieldpottery.com Ceramics 816 JENNIFER FALTER Springfield, MO 65806 springfieldpottery@sbcglobal.net springfieldpottery.com Ceramics 815

GREG DAVIS Austin, TX 78704 greg@gregdavisphotography.com gregdavisphotography.com Photography 330 TONY CRAY s New Melle, MO 63365 tony@tonycray.com tonycray.com Glass

NILE FAHMY s MICHELLE FAHMY Salt Lake City, UT 84116 contact@tinke.rs Metalwork 441

PAUL ERNEST McKinney, TX 75070 paul@paulernest.com paulernest.com Digital

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KIM EUBANK Richmond, VA 23225 kimeubankarts@gmail.com kimeubank.com Printmaking

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TERRY EVANS Overland Park, KS 66214 spiritwood@everestkc.net terryevanswoodart.com Wood

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RUBEN FASANI Buenos Aires, Brazil 01430 rubenfasani@gmail.com rubenfasani.com Sculpture

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JOHN FIELDS HEATHER FIELDS Portland, OR 97203 fieldsandfieldsblownglass@gmail.com fieldsandfieldsblownglass.com Glass 720 MELISSA FINELLI Boston, MA 02210 mellefinellijewelry@gmail.com mellefinellijewelry.com Jewelry 608

KATE ROTHRA s FLEMING Charleston, SC 29412 krfglass@gmail.com katerothrafleming.com Jewelry

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ESTELLA FRANSBERGEN La Crosse, IN 46348 estellajfransbergen@gmail.com estellafransbergen.com Sculpture 817

DIANE FRENCH s St. Augustine, FL 32080 dfrenchstudios@bellsouth.net dfrenchart.com Drawing/Pastels 408 BENJAMIN FREY Buena Vista, VA 24416 benjaminfreyart@gmail.com benjaminfrey.com Mixed Media

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MICHELE FRIEDMAN Chicago, IL 60626 mafdesign1@gmail.com MicheleAFriedman.com Jewelry 714 DAVID FROHBIETER Indianapolis, IN 46204 artfroh@gmail.com Drawing/Pastels 811

AMY GILLESPIE s Arlington, MA 02476 gillespiestudio@yahoo.com amygillespiestudio.com Fiber 445

SCOTT GAMBLE Denver, CO 80204 methodglassworks@yahoo.com methodglassworks.com Glass 436

HELEN GOTLIB Dexter, MI 48130 helengotlib@gmail.com helengotlib.com Drawing/Pastels

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SARAH JANECE GARCIA San Antonio, TX 78247 sarahjb6@aol.com sarahjanece.com Emerging Artist

CAROL GREIWE Portland, OR 97215 carol@carolgreiwe.com carolgreiwe.com Jewelry

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MICHAEL GARD San Francisco, CA 94117 glowingmagicpebble@gmail.com Sculpture 802

BRYAN GRIFFITH Flagstaff, AZ 86005 bryandavidgriffith@hotmail.com bryandavidgriffith.com Painting 440

JEREMY GRIFFITH CHELSEA GRIFFITH Henrietta, NY 14467 me@delishglass.com delishglass.com Glass 610 SIGNE GRUSHOVENKO GENNA GRUSHOVENKO Greenville, SC 29601 sgrushovenko@gmail.com grushovenko.com Painting 423

HILARY HACHEY s Baltimore, MD 21211 hilary@hilaryhachey.com hilaryhachey.com Jewelry 525

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RICHARD HALL Mesa, AZ 85209 richardhallfineart@cox.net richardhallfineart.com Painting

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GEOFFREY HARRIS s Lexington, SC 29073 geoffreyharris@earthlink.net GeoffreyAaronHarris.com Digital 607 JENNIFER HARRISON Fort Worth, TX 76114 jensequitur@yahoo.com masksbyjen.com Leather 304 MATTHEW HATALA Danielsville, GA 30633 Mhatalawoodturner@gmail.com Wood 412 ANNE MARIE HAYNES Plano, TX 75023 amhhomeinteriors@gmail.com amhhomeinteriors.com Emerging Artist 354

CAROL HEARTY s Beacon, NY 12508 chearty@netzero.net carolhearty.com Leather 723

MATTHEW HEMMINGHAUS Vandalia, MO 63382 hemmingbird@live.com etsy.com/shop/farmhaus Photography AARON HEQUEMBOURG Monticello, GA 31064 info@bigwhitedog.net bigwhitedog.net Mixed Media

CALI HOBGOOD Urbana, IL 61801 cali@photographsbycali.com photographsbycali.com Photography

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EARL JAMES Cleveland, OH 44110 earlojames@yahoo.com Glass

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JOHN HERBON St. Ignace, MI 49781 johnherbonpottery@hotmail.com johnherbonpottery.com Ceramics 720 GINNY HERZOG Minneapolis, MN 55416 ginny@herzogart.com herzogart.com Painting

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JENNIFER IVORY Corvallis, OR 97330 Insectworks@gmail.com insectworks.com Mixed Media

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ROBERT HESSLER kingston, NY 12402 rhpottery@gmail.com roberthessler.com Ceramics 434

ROBIN RENEE HIX s Wimberly, TX 78676 robinrenee@me.com robinreneehix.com Photography 319

SHAARI HOROWITZ s Sharon, CT 06069 shaari@msn.com shaarihorowitz.com Wood 616 JOE HOYNIK Los Angeles, CA 90036 joehoynik@gmail.com joehoynik.com Digital

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PYPER HUGOS s JARROD EASTMAN Bozeman, MT 59715 pyper@yougotmojo.com yougotmojo.com Jewelry 629 MARTY HULSEBOS Fairfield, IA 52556 marty100@me.com martyhulsebos.com Photography 619

BARBARA BOUMAN JAY Cuddy Valley, CA 93225 BarbaraBoumanJay@mac.com BarbaraBoumanJay.com Painting 812 JULIE JERMAN-MELKA JEFFREY MELKA Calumet, MI 49913 jjmelka@earthlink.net flyinganvildesigns.com Jewelry 509

ELAINE JOHNSON s Bedford, TX 76022 mustard5@sbcglobal.net elainej.wordpress.com Emerging Artist 359

See a fun demonstration of wheel-throwing and hand-building, 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 be glazed, fired and donated to Empty Bowls. Located in Demonstration Alley on 7th Street.

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CURTIS KRUEGER Wilmington, NC 28405 curtis@artistic-photos.com curtis@artistic-photos.com Digital

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WIWAT KAMOLPORNWIJIT s Alexandria, VA 22310 wxk2849@netzero.net kamolpornwijit.com Jewelry 504 PETER KARNER Denver, CO 80205 pkarner@mac.com peterkarnerpottery.net Ceramics

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RONNA KATZ Albuquerque, NM 87108 RonnaOnTheWall@hotmail.com Printmaking 503 RONNA KATZ Albuquerque, NM 87108 RonnaOnTheWall@hotmail.com Drawing/Pastels 505 SETH KATZ Philadelphia, PA 19122 sethkatz1020@gmail.com newstandardfurniture.com Wood

MICHAEL KUSESKE s Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 mkuseske@hotmail.com michaelkuseskepaintings.com Painting 729 DEB LEAIR St. Paul, MN 55106 debleair@gmail.com debleair.com Ceramics PAMELA LEE Lindenhurst, IL 60046 pamlee@presteau.com herartwork.com Painting

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OLIVE KRAUS s Hannibal, MO 63401 o_live23@yahoo.com o-liveland.com Sculpture

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TRENT MANNING s Winter Haven, FL 33884 tm2art@yahoo.com trentmanningstudio.com Mixed Media 424 BARBARA MARCUSMCKENNA DANIEL MCKENNA Lyons , CO 80540 marcusmckenna@mac.com marcusmckenna.com Printmaking 825

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BARBARA MASON Frisco, TX 75033 art4dragonfly@aol.com dragonflystudiocreations.com Drawing/Pastels 826

KEVIN & YEVETTE LUBBERS Oreana, IL 62554 pagstudio@gmail.com Sculpture 627

KAREN KLINEFELTER Boise, ID 83703 karen@klinefelterstudio.com klinefelterstudio.com Jewelry 725 OLIVE KRAUS Hannibal, MO 63401 o_live23@yahoo.com o-liveland.com Mixed Media

DENISE GREENWOOD LOVELESS Sugar Land, TX 77478 neesieloveless@gmail.com artofgreenwood.com Sculpture 308

AMBER MARSHALL Spruce Pine, NC 28777 ambermarshallglass@gmail.com ambermarshallglass.com Glass 813

PAT LEE s Pasadena, TX 77502 leepatzcuaro@gmail.com Sculpture

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SEUNG LEE Cathedral City, CA 92234 LMS@dc.rr.com Painting

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RUSTY LEFFEL Mission Hills, KS 66208 rcleffel@aol.com rustyleffel.com Photography

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LISA LOUDERMILK Austin, TX 78745 tolisalou@gmail.com lisaloudermilk.com Drawing/Pastels 603

BRIANNA MARTRAY s Pittsburgh, PA 15212 brianna@briannamartray.com briannamartray.com Sculpture 703

JAANA MATTSON s Minneapolis, MN 55408 jaana@jaanamattson.com JaanaMattson.com Mixed Media 828 DAVID MAYHEW Fort Collins, CO 80526 dm@davidmayhewphotography.com davidmayhewphotography.com Photography 452 JAY MCDOUGALL Otter Tail County, MN 56537 jay@jaymcdougall.com jaymcdougall.com Wood

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TOBY MCGEE s Oklahoma City, OK 73162 toby@tobymcgee.com Glass

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MEL MENDEZ LUCY MENDEZ Prescott Valley, AZ 86314 Mendezrugs@aol.com Fiber 437 MARK MOHRENWEISER Brighton, MI 48114 beyondletters@gmail.com beyondletters.com Mixed Media

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MARK MORGAN Frisco, TX 75033 travelgoat84@yahoo.com flickr.com/photos/markmorgan/ collections Emerging Artist 356

MARIA NAVARRA PINO La Mesa, NM 88044 Maria@mnphandwoven.com mnphandwoven.com Fiber 314

LANCE MUNN VICKI MUNN Bloomfield, IN 47424 lance@viclan.com viclan.com Wood

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DANIEL NG Portland, OR 97206 ngdaniel@comcast.net danielngart.com Painting

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BRUCE A NIEMI Kenosha, WI 53142 sculpture@bruceniemi.com bruceniemi.com Sculpture

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STEVE NOGGLE Morganton, NC 28655 turnedwood@charter.net stevenoggle.com Wood

MATTHEW NAFTZGER s Pittsburgh, PA 15233 matthew@worksofman.com worksofman.com Jewelry 705 MATTHEW NAFTZGER Pittsburgh, PA 15233 worksofman@gmail.com worksofman.com Metalwork 705 AYALA NAPHTALI New York, NY 10024 ayala@ayalajewelry.com ayalajewelry.com Jewelry

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SCOTT OLSON Chicago, IL 60647 kompressiongraphics@hotmail.com scottolsonfineart.com Mixed Media 429

BARBARA NELSON s St Charles, IL 60174 bnelsond@aol.com BNelsonDesigns.com Jewelry 824 ADRIANNA MORRISETTE s Leslie, AR 72645 hoop4pots@yahoo.com Ceramics

FRITZ OLSEN Sawyer , MI 49125 FritzOlsen@aol.com Sculpture

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STEVE NOWATZKI Minneapolis, MN 55406 snowatski@gmail.com SteveNowatski.com Printmaking 820 ERIC OBER Houston, TX 77083 eric@oberdesignworks.com ericober.com Sculpture

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JODI PERRY s Polvadera, NM 87828 Wildweldon@yahoo.com Painting

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DAVE PIPER San Antonio, TX 78251 dave@pipersandals.com pipersandals.com Leather

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Artist By Medium Ceramics Brian Beam............................................................... 507 Karen Bell.................................................................. 823 Marvin Blackmore.................................................... 803 Mike Bose................................................................. 326 Paveen “Beer” Chunhaswasdikul............................ 515 Jennifer Falter.......................................................... 815 Nathan Falter............................................................ 816 John Herbon ............................................................. 720 Robert Hessler.......................................................... 434 Peter Karner.............................................................. 707 Deb LeAir.................................................................. 726 Adrianna Morrisette................................................. 508 Clare Pousson & Mark Wolter.................................. 806 Michael Schwegmann.............................................. 329 Al Scovern................................................................. 524 Gregory Story............................................................ 312 Pamela Summers...................................................... 303 DIGITAL Rick Abrams.............................................................. 702 Sarah Collier............................................................. 309 Paul Ernest................................................................ 414 Geoffrey Harris......................................................... 607 Joe Hoynik................................................................ 821 Curtis Krueger........................................................... 715 Daryl Thetford........................................................... 419 DRAWING/PASTELS William Armstrong.................................................... 611 David Bjurstrom........................................................ 620 Christopher Brown.................................................... 448 Jeffrey Cannon.......................................................... 315 Chip Dupont............................................................... 417 Diane French............................................................. 408 David Frohbieter....................................................... 811 Helen Gotlib.............................................................. 625 Ronns Katz................................................................ 505 Lisa Loudermilk........................................................ 603 Barbara Mason......................................................... 826 Ella Richards............................................................. 442 Richard Wilson.......................................................... 520 R. Michael Wommack............................................... 526 EMERGING ARTIST Sarah Janece Garcia................................................ 357 Anne Marie Haynes.................................................. 354 Elaine Johnson.......................................................... 359 Mark Morgan............................................................ 356 Danika Ostrowski..................................................... 361 Jennifer Reid............................................................ 358 Tabitha Schmitt......................................................... 355 Steven Smith............................................................. 353 Bethany Stewart....................................................... 351 James Thurman......................................................... 360 James Wallick & OK Wallick..................................... 727

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FIBER Sally J. Bright............................................................ 630 Mimi Damrauer......................................................... 701 Deborah Falls............................................................ 822 Amy Gillespie............................................................ 445 Mel Mendez & Lucy Mendez.................................... 437 Maria Navarra Pino................................................... 314 Gina Pannorfi ........................................................... 808 Louise Valentine & Brian Provencher...................... 322 Samuel Yao................................................................ 615 GLASS Tom Bloyd.................................................................. 730 Todd Cameron........................................................... 804 Tony Cray................................................................... 450 Renee Engebretson & James Engebretson.............. 713 John Fields & Heather Fields................................... 720 Scott Gamble............................................................. 436 Jeremy Griffith & Chelsea Griffith............................ 610 Earl James................................................................ 718 Amber Marshall........................................................ 813 Toby McGee.............................................................. 317 Raymond Rains......................................................... 301 Richard Ryan............................................................ 708 Andrew Shea............................................................. 409 Sam Stang & Kaeko Maehata................................... 513 JEWELRY Eva Adakai................................................................ 403 Debra Adelson.......................................................... 416 William Bailey & Lisa Bailey.................................... 321 Theresa Carson......................................................... 626 Megan Clark.............................................................. 618 Lisa Crowder............................................................. 517 Issan Elkin................................................................ 324 Melissa Finelli.......................................................... 608 Kate Rothra Fleming................................................. 719 Michele Friedman..................................................... 714 Carol Greiwe............................................................. 514 Hilary Hachey............................................................ 525 Pyper Hugos & Jarrod Eastman............................... 629 Julie Jerman-Melka & Jeffrey Melka...................... 509 Wiwat Kamolpornwijit.............................................. 504 Karen Klinefelter....................................................... 725 Matthew Naftzger..................................................... 705 Ayala Naphtali.......................................................... 433 Barbara Nelson......................................................... 824 Monique Rancourt.................................................... 411 Aline Sar................................................................... 613 Melissa Schmidt....................................................... 605 Donna Veverka.......................................................... 801 Marc Zoschke & Wendy Zoschke............................. 704 LEATHER George Baah............................................................. 449 Marvin Bower........................................................... 402 Steve Edgar............................................................... 327 Jennifer Harrison...................................................... 304 Carol Hearty.............................................................. 723

James Perry & Rombye Perry................................... 710 Dave Piper................................................................. 444 METALWORK Anthony Arkus.......................................................... 827 Nile Fahmy & Michelle Fahmy.................................. 441 Matthew Naftzger..................................................... 705 Hayley Nolte & Scot Ray.......................................... 512 Luke Proctor.............................................................. 706 Randall Riemer......................................................... 431 Chris Seeman............................................................ 407 Robert Taylor............................................................ 413 Elaine Unzicker......................................................... 622 Jeffrey Zachmann..................................................... 501 MIXED MEDIA Meyer Abrams.......................................................... 521 Lon Brauer................................................................ 432 Kina Crow.................................................................. 621 Anne Cubbage........................................................... 511 Richard Curtner......................................................... 807 Thomas Diel.............................................................. 421 Benjamin Frey........................................................... 401 Aaron Hequembourg................................................. 604 Jennifer Ivory........................................................... 420 Olive Kraus................................................................ 323 Trent Manning........................................................... 424 Jaana Mattson.......................................................... 828 Mark Mohrenweiser................................................. 506 Scott Olson................................................................ 429 Tiffany Ownbey......................................................... 628 Steven Radtke & Maribeth Radtke.......................... 818 Agnes Rathonyi......................................................... 712 Chris Rom & Geoff Buddie........................................ 305 Stephanie Rubiano.................................................... 614 Lyn Sedlak-Ford & Randy Sedlak-Ford..................... 601 Debra Steidel............................................................ 726 Marjolyn Van der Hart.............................................. 313 PAINTING Rick Abrams.............................................................. 702 Glenna Adkins........................................................... 617 Bethany Bojarski...................................................... 446 Chirs Bruno............................................................... 311 Rey D’Alfonso........................................................... 720 Bryan Griffith............................................................ 440 Signe Grushovenko & Genna Grushovenko............. 423 Richard Hall ............................................................. 519 Ginny Herzog............................................................. 606 Barbara Bouman Jay................................................ 812 Michael Kuseske...................................................... 729 Seung Lee.................................................................. 328 Pamela Lee................................................................ 711 Daniel Ng.................................................................. 612 Scott Olson................................................................ 430 Jodi Perry.................................................................. 325 Stephen Sebastian.................................................... 320 Lin Seslar.................................................................. 302 Taman Vanscoy.......................................................... 410


PHOTOGRAPHY Michael Behr............................................................ 418 Micheal Paul Cole..................................................... 310 Chris Dahlquist......................................................... 502 Greg Davis................................................................ 330 John Deng................................................................. 602 Matthew Hemminghaus............................................ 724 Robin Renee Hix....................................................... 319 Cali Hobgood............................................................. 425 Marty Hulsebos........................................................ 619 Rusty Leffel............................................................... 516 David Mayhew.......................................................... 452 Christos Palios.......................................................... 819 Radim Schreiber....................................................... 316 Toby Skov.................................................................. 443 Andrew Sovjani......................................................... 307 PRINTMAKING Lisa Burge................................................................. 510 David Conn................................................................ 318 John Costin............................................................... 722 Kim Eubank................................................................ 523

Ronna Katz................................................................ 503 Barbara Marcus-McKenna & Daniel McKenna........ 825 Steve Nowatzki......................................................... 820 Sylvia Pixley.............................................................. 717 Philip Thompson........................................................ 306 Kreg Yingst................................................................ 518 SCULPTURE Vicki Banks............................................................... 428 Michael Barnes......................................................... 716 Andrew Carson......................................................... 732 Kina Crow.................................................................. 623 Ruben Fasani............................................................ 405 Estella Fransbergen.................................................. 817 Michael Gard & Andrea Gard................................... 802 Denise Greenwood Loveless.................................... 308 Olive Kraus................................................................ 323 Pat Lee...................................................................... 609 Kevin & Yevette Lubbers.......................................... 627 Brianna Martray....................................................... 703 Bruce A Niemi........................................................... 455 Eric Ober................................................................... 454

Fritz Olsen................................................................. 522 Steven Olszewski...................................................... 809 Mark Orr.................................................................... 435 Reza Pishgahi .......................................................... 415 Fredrick Prescott....................................................... 456 Lewis Tardy............................................................... 438 Kostas Ulevicius....................................................... 802 Mark Winter.............................................................. 447 WOOD Thomas Dumke......................................................... 814 Robert Erickson & Tor Erickson................................ 805 Terry Evans................................................................ 624 Matthew Hatala........................................................ 412 Shaari Horowitz ........................................................ 616 Seth Katz.................................................................... 439 Jay McDougall.......................................................... 427 Lance Munn & Vicki Munn........................................ 404 Steve Noggle............................................................. 422 Steven Potts.............................................................. 709 Jon Welborn.............................................................. 727 Nestor Yulfo.............................................................. 810

Sip While You Paint! Local artists from A Piece of Work invite you and your friends to paint your own canvas of a Fort Worth landmark or icon! No experience is necessary, and a select number of sessions include a bottle of wine or craft beers to sip while you paint. Classes are limited to 20 persons, so signing up in advance at http://bit.ly/APieceofWork is recomended. You can also sign up at the festival in Demonstration Alley on 7th Street starting on Thursday. 25


SUNDANCE SQUARE STAGE SUNDANCE PLAZA Thursday, April 14 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 8:30 PM

Nick Ballarini Trinity River Dixie Kings Texas Twisters Daniel Pardo Freddie Jones Marc Broussard

Friday, April 15

UT ARLINGTON MAIN STAGE 9TH STREET (Convention Center)

11:00 AM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Saturday, April 16 11:00 AM String Theory Manouche 1:00 PM Razzmajazz 5:00 PM Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra 7:00 PM The Killdares 9:00 PM Vaud and the Villains

Saturday, April 16 11:00 AM UTA Jazz Ensemble 12:30 PM UTA Jazz Orchestra 2:00 PM UTA Jazz Combo 1 3:30 PM American Bedouin 5:00 PM Poo Live Crew 7:00 PM Fort Worth Blues-A-Rama 9:00 PM Maceo Parker

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12:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 8:00 PM 9:00 PM

Feen Boyett Mike Bogle Trio Clave Con Alma Jim Casey Band of Heathens Luke Wade

11:00 AM Dizzy Hips 12:00 PM Lucky Bob 1:00 PM Squonk Opera Children's Workshop 1:30 PM Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show 2:30 PM Dizzy Hips 4:00 PM Lucky Bob 5:00 PM Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show 6:30 PM Joe Pat Hennen 8:30 PM Lucky Bob 9:30 PM Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show

4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:30 PM 9:30 PM

Saturday, April 16 Lucky Bob Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show Dizzy Hips Billy Cate & the Chisholm Trail Cowboys Squonk Opera-Children's Workshop Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show Lucky Bob Dizzy Hips The Gypsy Playboys Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show

11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:30 PM

Sunday, April 17 Dizzy Hips Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show Lucky Bob Dizzy Hips Squonk Opera-Children's Workshop Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show Lucky Bob Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show

11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM

Sunday, April 17 11:00 AM 12:30 PM 2:30 PM 4:30 PM 6:30 PM

The Rhythmators A Taste of Herb Me and My Monkey Latin Katz La Mona Loca Orquestra

Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show Lucky Bob- Magician/Juggler Dizzy Hips- Hula Hoop Stuntman Lucky Bob- Magician/Juggler Squonk Opera-Children's Workshop Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show Dizzy Hips Squonk Opera-Pneumatica Show

Friday, April 15

Friday, April 15

Roland Elbert Trio Marcelo Berestovoy Dale Morris Jr. Cliburn Pianist Fei Fei Dong 7:00 PM Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros 9:00 PM Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Orchestra

Gypsy Playboys 3 Fools on Stools Beyond the Pale Martha Burks The Headhunters

Thursday, April 14

Thursday, April 14 11:00 AM Outer Circles 1:00 PM Johnnie Red & the Roosters 3:00 PM Bodie Powell and the Borderline 5:00 PM Texas Gypsies 6:30 PM Breggett Rideau 8:30 PM Marcia Ball

11:00 AM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:00 PM

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

STAR-TELEGRAM PERFORMING ARTS STAGE 5TH & MAIN STREET

Frost “Locals Only” Stage – 7th between Main & Commerce Street See entertainment line up on facing page.


Frost “Locals Only” Stage 7th Street

The Frost Stage puts local musicians in the spotlight! Be there on Saturday for a comedy showcase and Fort Worth Songwriters’ Association showcase.

Friday, April 15 7:30 PM Pauline Wick & Josh Weathers (soul/blues)

9:00 PM

Josh Halverson (Americana)

Saturday, April 16 10:00 AM 4 Strings Attached Duet – East 7th St Coffeeshop (classical) 12:00 PM – 3 PM Fort Worth Songwriters’ Association Showcase: 12:00 PM Alan Beauvais, Linda Hardcastle & Lazarus Knight (folk rock) 12:30 PM TanDom: Dan Binkert & Tom Knapp (country/blues/Americana) 1:00 PM John DeMore, Sara DeMore & Noland Harmon (folk rock/ballads) 1:30 PM Randy Galbraith & Kasey Clay (singer/songwriters) 2:00 PM Wayne Willingham & Rick Ritz (rock and country) 2:30 PM Steve Obermiller & Hilary Tipps (rock and R&B)

3:30 – 5:30 PM: 3:30 & 4:30 PM 3:40 & 4:40 PM 3:50 & 4:50 PM 4:05 & 5:05 PM

Comedy Showcase: Billy McFarland Luciano Varela Latrice Allen Jason Russell

6:00 PM Chet Stevens (soul/blues) 7:30 PM Joey Green (Americana/alt-rock) 9:00 PM Grady Spencer & The Work (Americana/country/blues)

Sunday, April 17 10:00 AM 4 Strings Attached Duet – East 7th St Coffeeshop (classical) 12:00 PM Austin Allsup (soul/blues/country)

1:30 PM Wendell Nelson (country line dance lessons) 3:30 PM Vaudeville (country) 5:00 PM Chris Watson Band (soul/Americana) 27


Featured Performing Artists SEE THE COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE ON PAGE 26 What a lineup of talent! We’ve highlighted the featured acts here, but MAIN ST. features many more performers. For all the details, visit www.MainStreetArtsFest.org. You can also view the full schedule on our app – download it at bit.ly/MainStreet/iPhone

THURSDAY HEADLINERS

Freddie Jones s

6:30 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Trumpet player Freddie Jones has become one of the most dynamic figures on the local jazz scene.

Marcia Ball s

8:30 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

Texas born and Louisiana raised, Marcia Ball has earned worldwide fame for her ability to ignite a full-scale roadhouse R&B party.

Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Orchestra s

9 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Mexican-American conga player and salsa singer Poncho Sanchez won a Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album.

FRIDAY HEADLINERS

Breggett Rideau s

Luke Wade s

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

This Grammy-nominated performer has been performing jazz ballads to national audiences for over a decade.

9 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros s

Fort Worth resident and singer/songwriter Luke Wade was a finalist on “The Voice” and recently named an official 2015-2016 Komen Artist.

7 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

The music of this Texas Hill Country “super group” is reminiscent of 1970s country-rock from Texas and the West Coast.

SATURDAY HEADLINERS

Marc Broussard s

8:30 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

The son of Boogie Kings guitarist Ted Broussard, Marc Broussard was destined for a life as a music man, from Cajun to R&B.

The Killdares s Band of Heathens s

7 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

This Austin-based rock band combines Southern soul, gentle folk and foot-stomping rock ‘n roll. 28

7 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

This Celtic rock group features passionate vocals, wailing electric guitar, fiery fiddle and hypnotic bagpipes.


performing arts stage SQUONK OPERA The Squonkers are a team of highly trained performing artists that have performed at 250+ venues worldwide. “Pneumatica,” their newest show, is an event about air, made by air and powered by air, with live original music and electrifying energy.

For show times, see schedule on page 26.

Fort Worth Blues-A-Rama

7 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

Headlined by Wanda King, daughter of Texas bluesman Freddie King, along with Tutu Jones and Sumter Bruton, two of the best blues guitar players on the scene.

SUNDAY Headliners

The Headhunters s

5:30 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

This internationally acclaimed band blends funk and jazz into an energetic fusion of ancient percussion instruments and modern electronic vibrations. Vaud & the Villains s

9 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

This 19-piece orchestra and cabaret show is a modern-day, over-the-top, rock-and-roll spectacle.

Martha Burks s

3:30 p.m. | Sundance Square Stage

Performing jazz, down-home blues, R&B, and pop sounds, she continues to be one of The Black Academy of Arts and Letters’ favorite artists. La Mona Loca Orquestra s 6:30 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

The Austin-based, 11-piece La Mona Loca Orquestra incorporates salsa, timba, cha-cha, merengue, cumbia and more. Maceo Parker s

9 p.m. | UT Arlington Main Stage

Maceo Parker, Rhythm and Blues Foundation Pioneer Award winner, embodies the legacy of soul, funk and jazz music like no other musician can.

Latin Katz s

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

Latin Katz is back again, showcasing their unique sound featuring the vibraphone and vocals in both Spanish and English. 29


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MAIN ST. Food Vendors Feast on Festival Food!

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.

Avalanche of Flavors aka Snowie of Texas 8 oz. Shaved Ice Snow Cone (4), 12 oz. Shaved Ice Snow Cone (5), 16 oz. Shaved Ice Snow Cone (6) ), 20 oz (7) Baja Smoothies 16 oz. Fresh Fruit Smoothies (8) Bobby’s Fajitas Fajitas, Beef or Chicken (5), Fajita Nachos (9), Fajita Quesadillas (9), Bean & Taco Meat Burrito (7), 5 Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers (5), Cheese Quesadillas or Cheese Nachos (7), 3 Tamales (5) Buttons Shrimp and Gritz (8), Pot Roast Sliders (9) Crawfish Connection 12 oz. Jambalaya (10), 12 oz. Gumbo (10), 9-inch Gator Sausage (10), 1 lb Crawfish Plate (12), 32 oz. Texas Tea (5) Dippin’ Dots 5 oz. Ice Cream (6), 8 oz. Ice Cream (9) Doc’s Grill Grilled Chicken on a Stick – Bourbon/ Jamaican Jerk (10), Grilled Wings – BBQ, Jamaican Jerk, Original (9), Sausage on a Stick (8), Shrimp on a Stick (9), Island Veggie Fried Rice (7), Combo – Chicken or Sausage w/ Fried Rice (14), Fresh Squeezed Lemonade (small 4/large 6) Fletchers Corny Dogs & Funnel Cakes Original Corny Dog (8), Jalapeño/Cheese Dog (9), Funnel Cake (9), Lemonade 16 oz. (5) Funnel Cake Fries Funnel Cake Fries (6)

German Kettle Corn Kettle Corn, 1 Large Bag (8); 2 Large Bags (14); 3 Large Bags (20); 32 oz. Fresh Brewed Iced Tea (5) Leisure Foods, Inc. Hot Dog (5), w/Chili (+1), Hamburger (8), w/Cheese, (+1), Nachos or Frito Pie (6), Smoked Turkey Leg (10), Sausage on a Stick (8) or Bun (9), Lemonade (small 5, large 7), Sno Cone (4), Cotton Candy (6), Potato Chips or Pickle (3), Pretzel with Cheese (7) Little German Kitchen German Sausage Sandwiches – 1/4 lb (11), Smoked Jalapeño Sausage – 1/3 lb (11), Plate Dinner – Sausage, German Potato Salad, Kraut (14); Jumbo Bavarian Cream Puff (8), Bavarian Cream Cheese Pretzels (8), Bavarian Jumbo Pretzels (7), 20 oz. Ice Tea (4), 32 oz. Ice Tea (5), 1/4 lb All Beef Hot Dog (7) LoneStar Cinnamon Roasted Nuts Pecans, Almonds, Cashews: 1 Bag of Nuts (7), 2 Bags of Nuts (13), Small Frozen Drink (5), Large Frozen Drink (7) McKinney Food Services Jumbo Corn Dogs (8), Fresh Funnel Cakes (8), Lemonade (small 5/large 7) Cherry Sours (6), Assorted Sours (6) Nestle Toll House Café Toll House Cookies in a Cup (10), Little Bit of Trouble - Toll House Specialty (4), Nestle Water (4), Cool Pineapple Zen Fresh Juice (10), Nesquik Milk (6) Paciugo at Sundance Square Gelato Bambino Cup (7), Bambino Cone (8), Piccolo Cup (9), Piccolo Cone (10), Regular Cup (11), Regular Cone (12)

W i n e Experience At 7 th a n d M a i n S treet 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. The cost is $35 per person – cash or credit cards accepted. Wine by the glass also sold here.

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MAIN ST. Food Vendors Riscky’s Barbeque Sliced Beef Sandwich 5 oz. (8), Chop Beef Sandwich 4 oz. (7), Smoked Turkey Leg (10), Beef Ribs – 2 piece (4), French Fries (5), Texas Fries w/Onions & Jalapeños (5) Rolling Cone Soft Serve Ice Cream Cup or Cone - Chocolate or Vanilla (5), Waffle Cone (6), Dip Toppings: Choc/Toasted Coconut/Cherry (1), Sprinkles (1), Oreo (1), Iced Coffee - 2 oz. (5), 20 oz. Cup Ice Cream + Oreo (8)

Salad (4), Sauerkraut (2), Jumbo Cream Puff (8), Tea or Sweet Tea (5), Dinner Platters include German Potato Salad and Sauerkraut, added to sandwich price (+4), Tea (5) Spudzilla Potatoes Ribbon-cut Potatoes, Deep Fried (8), On the Side...Cheddar Cheese Sauce (2), Real Real Bacon Bits (2), Ranch (1), Jalapeño (1), 24 oz. Fresh Brewed Iced Tea – Sweet/Unsweet (4)

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

Taste of Cuba Cuban Sandwich (8), Beef or Chicken Empanada (4), Deep Fried Cuban Roll (6), Jalapeno Cheese Bratwurst (6), Oktoberfest Bratwurst (6), Sausage on a Stick (6), Funnel Cake Fries (6)

Schmidt’s of German Village Bahama Mama 1/3 lb. Spicy Beef & Pork Smoked Sausage (9), Pork Bratwurst 1/3 lb. (9), Jumbo Frankfurter (5), German Potato

Texas Skillet Cowboy Burrito w/Skillet Potatoes (13), Steak and Cheese, Grilled Steak Sandwich w/Cheese (11), Skillet Grilled

Hot Dog (6), Cowboy Nachos (12), Sidekick Burrito (Vegetarian) (10), Fresh Tea: Sweet/ Unsweet/Peach/Raspberry (6) Thai Tina’s Restaurant 2 Egg Rolls (4), 1 Springroll, Choice of Chicken or Tofu (5), 2 Grilled Chicken Satay (6), 2 Beef Satay (6), 5 Crab Rangoon (5), Combo, Choose any 3 (12), 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 (5), Dill Pickle (2), Apple Slices w/Caramel & Pecans (6), Sweet Tea (6), Lemonade (6) Woolley’s Frozen Custard Small Frozen Custard (5), Small w/Topping (6), Large Frozen Custard (7), Large w/Topping (8), Each Extra Topping (1)

Craft Brew Garden

Returning for 2016! Have a seat under the trees in General Worth Square or in the North Food Court and sip a cold brew while you enjoy performances or browse our artists. Choose from over 25 taps of local, regional and national craft brews in these two locations. Blue Moon Brewing Company believes brewing is an art, and is introducing many great new beers to the festival including: · Blue Moon Belgian White · Blue Moon White IPA · Crispin Apple Cider

· Crispin Pacific Pear · Leinenkugel’s Grapefruit Shandy · Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy

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2016 off main!

While you’re at the festival, explore amazing galleries, live theatres and performance spaces that are open year-round in Downtown Fort Worth!

Bass Performance Hall Open House Saturday, April 16, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Lobby displays from Performing Arts Fort Worth, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Opera, Texas Ballet Theater and the Cliburn; featuring a dancer demonstration from Texas Ballet Theater, and costume and props display from Fort Worth Opera. | www.basshall.com

PLUS MORE “OFF MAIN!” excitement! Jubilee Theatre.

“Lonesome Dove: The Art of Story” Sid Richardson Museum Through June 19, 2016

Trace the path of the Lonesome Dove story, from Larry McMurtry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel to the original movie script to the legendary miniseries. Explore the 19th century American West through paintings and bronzes by Remington and Russell, a cowboy’s cattle-drive diary and artifacts from the Lonesome Dove production archive. www.sidrichardsonmuseum.org 34

Now playing: God’s Trombones, a revival of one of the most popular productions in the theatre’s history! 506 Main Street. www.jubileetheatre.org

Scat Jazz Lounge

Retro live music venue. 111 W. 4th Street. www.scatjazzlounge.com

Four Day Weekend Improvisational Comedy Houston between 2nd and 3rd. www.fourdayweekend.com


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create something great 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.

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Thursday - Saturday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Caricatures (10+) Skilled artists create colorful or black and white caricatures while you wait!

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:

Play Dough Creations (FREE) Make your own play dough from everyday kitchen ingredients.  Learn how with Bright Horizon’s, Family Solutions.

Glitter Tattoos 3+ Add some glitter and gold with these simple and temporary tatoos. Balloon Designs (FREE) Learn to make your very own balloon design. Presented by Fellowship Church. Fun with Bookmarks (FREE) Fun and fantastic bookmarks made by you! Presented by Our Community Our Kids, a Division of ACH Child and Family Services. Fish Prints (4) Use a rubber, life-like fish (really!) to make a print. Presented by Van Grow.

Sand Art (7+) Design your own kaleidoscopic sculpture with brilliant, colorful sand. Handimals (5+) Kids will have a blast creating animals from handprints! Henna (6+) Skillfully designed and hand-drawn Henna temporary tattoos. Tie Dye (5) Create your own original tie dye bandana. Presented by Van Grow.

Face painting (8+) Artists from throughout the Metroplex create magic on faces. Price will depend on complexity. Ceramic Tile Painting (FREE) Color and tile come together in a creative way. Provided by Home Depot. 37


Help Nourish Budding Artists MAIN ST. Educational Programs

Growing Young Artists This successful outreach program brings the talents of MAIN ST. artists and the opportunities of the festival to middle and high school students in the Fort Worth ISD and surrounding local schools. This program has two components, each supported by a grant from Tarrant County College.

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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 200 young artists from the Fort Worth community. The fair will be held on Saturday and Sunday, April 16 and 17, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Last year, these young artists sold more than $8,000 worth of art!

Artist-in-Residence Program Several of our participating artists will visit area schools to conduct a specially focused seminar 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. 39


I’M PICKING UP TEN PIECES OF TRASH EVERY TUESDAY. Have you pledged yet? More than 15,000 people have pledged to help reverse litter. Visit our booth to make the pledge and make a difference.


Be Kind to Our Planet

MAIN ST. Environmental Efforts “Go Green” Initiative. We’re working with many partners throughout the community to reduce our carbon footprint. In 2015, we recycled over 78% of the bottles and cans left behind at the festival. 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! We love bike riders and as a way of saying thanks, you can park your ride for free at our Bike Corral centrally located at 7th and Houston Streets. Open Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m., Friday from 1 to 8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The corral is staffed by the outstanding bicyclists from the Fort Worth Bicycle Association and Bicycle’s Inc. Stores.

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. It’s a great opportunity to try out Fort Worth B-cycle, the first bike sharing system in North Texas. You can also ride B-cycle, from the T&P or Intermodal Transportation Center straight to the heart of Main Street. For a 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. • Bring your own water bottles and fill them up for free • Get a 28 oz., aluminum souvenir water bottle with BPA-free liner

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Ride a Train, Bus or Bike! Transportation Options

Take the Trinity Railway Express (TRE). To better accommodate demand, extra train 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 Main Street Arts Festival.

TRE Festival Schedule: • Thursday April 14 – Last eastbound train departs ITC station at 9:46 p.m. • Friday and Saturday, April 15 and 16 – 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 17 – The TRE will run a special schedule to and from Dallas all day.

Ride the Shuttle! Only $3 round trip, kids 12/under free, on Saturday from Billy Bob’s and Farrington Field. 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 www.FWTA.com. Bicycles. Ride your bike and park it for free in our fully staffed Bicycle Corral, supported by Bicycles, Inc. and the Fort Worth Bicycling Association. Located at 7th and Houston Streets. Fort Worth B-cycle. They have 14 stations near Downtown! For a full system map and additional information, go to 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.

2016 Friends of the Festival (as of March 29, 2016)

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. Find out more at www.MainStreetArtsFest.org.

Platinum Larry and Karen Anfin Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth GOLD Anne T. and Robert M. Bass, Anonymous, Bank of Texas, Enilon Group, Flowers to Go in Sundance Square, M&M The Special Events People, Medstar, Metro Golf Carts, Outfront Media, PAVLOV Advertising, Pier 1 Imports, Pinkerton Design, Sundance Square, United Site Services SILVER Brian O’Neill, Cockrell Enovation, Decker, Jones, McMackin, McClane, Hall & Bates, P.C., Empire Disposal, Ltd., GRACE, Jay and Debbie Downie, Marilyn Gilbert, Norris Conference Center, Olmsted-Kirk Paper Company, Our Community Our Kids ACH, Pacheco Koch, Red Productions, The Rios Group, Inc., The Sinclair Building, Smoke Pit BBQ, Tarrant County, TranSystems, Waffle House BRONZE Atmos Energy, Ben E. Keith Foods, CMA, CityDoc Urgent Care, Don Marable, Sombrero Mexican Restaurant, Equify, Glen and Janet Hahn, Inwood National Bank, John C. Johnson, Dian Korman, LINBECK, Mackay Advertising, Mrs. Renfro’s, ONCOR, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Inc., Pinnacle Bank, Ryan Akins, Laura & Emilio Sanchez, The Capital Grille 42


Meet the MAIN ST. Crew! Festivals & Events Advisory Committee Larry Anfin, Community Volunteer, Chairman Marilyn Ackmann, Atmos Energy Ryan Akins, Dale Carnegie Training Gary Cumbie, The Cumbie Consultancy Carlos De La Torre, De La Torre Companies Scott Eames, Capital One Bank Dave Fulton, Hilton Fort Worth and Ashton Hotel 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 Richard Maxwell, Pavlov Agency Nina Petty, Tarrant County College District Becky Renfro Borbolla, Mrs. Renfro’s Richard Ruddell, Community Volunteer Gloria Starling, The Capital Grille Lynda Tiedtke, Community Volunteer Mitch Whitten, Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau Ronny Region, Committee Member Emeritus J. Leo Kinney, Committee Member Emeritus

Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. Staff Andrew Taft, President Matt Beard, Director of the Public Improvement Districts Cleshia Butler, Administrative Assistant Jay Downie, Event Producer Becky Fetty, Director of Marketing and Membership Candice Fry, Accounting Assistant Diana Hahn, Festivals and Events Program and Production Coordinator Brandi Huckabee, Controller Melissa Konur, Director of Planning Arrie Mitchell, Director of Research Carole Robinson, Office Manager Taylor Qualls, Marketing and Special Projects Manager

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Festival Production Staff Judy Beaumier, Entertainment Production Manager Claire Bloxom Armstrong, Media Relations Manager (PAVLOV) Shannon Bull, Merchandise Manager (Texas Sportswear) L.D. Carroll, Grounds Maintenance Manager Jay Downie, Producer Charlie Duvall, Warehouse Manager Diana Hahn, Production Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator Courtney Hall, Advertising Manager Lisa Hanks, Program Guide Designer Brenna Jeffries, Social Media Manager (PAVLOV) Erin Naterman, Website Coordinator (Enilon) James Phillips, Finance Manager Gladys Pinkerton, Graphics Designer (Pinkerton Design) Dana Sudbury, Entertainment Committee (DFW Professional Musicians Union)

A Special Thanks to Our Festival & Events Chairmen for 31 Great Years, 1985-2016 1985 -1986 – Robert Bass 1986-1988 – Stephen Millard 1988-1989 – Greg Dugan 1990-1991 – Taylor Gandy 1991-1992 – Al Dirnberger 1992-1995 – Robert L. Jameson 1995-1996 – Gary Cumbie 1996-1999 – Gary Harrison 2000-2003 – Walter Littlejohn 2004-2005 – Lynda Tiedke 2006-2008 – Carlos De La Torre 2009-2010 – Dick Ruddell 2011-2012 – Marie Holliday, DMD 2013-2014 – Marilyn Ackmann 2015-2016 – Larry Anfin


Event Steering Committee Edd Arnold, VIP Hospitality Security Milton Barnes, Artist Resources Committee Member Judy Beaumier, Entertainment, Manager Madeline Beaumier, Entertainment Assistant Manager Claire Bloxom Armstrong, Public Relations and Social Media Manager Shannon Bull, Merchandise Manager Beverly Burks, Volunteer Manager L.D. Carroll, Grounds Maintenance Manager Sandi Cochrum, Artist Resources Manager Jamie Cox, Hospitality Committee Member Chip Diano, Honorary EMT Jay Downie, Producer Charlie Duvall, Warehouse Manager Dana Ford, Artist Resources Committee Member Dan Ford, Artist Resources Committee Member John Gantt, Operations and Security Manager Kris Gantt, Concessions & Artist Compliance Manager Larry Gantt, Communications Manager Mary Gonzales, Merchandise Assistant Manager Diana Hahn, Production and Program/Volunteer Manager Gary Hammer, Concessions Manager Pat Hammer, Artist Resources Committee Member Brian Harris, Security Assistant Manager Marlo Hill, Hospitality Committee Member Brandi Huckabee, Controller Rhonda Matherne Karcher-Logan, Artist Resources Committee Member

Marilyn Kepner, Artist Resources Committee Member Thomas Lake, Artist Resources Committee Member Erma Lee, On Site Jury Manager Reggie Mandoni, VIP Hospitality Assistant Manager Fred McMeans, Hospitality Assistant Manager Robbie McMeans, Hospitality Manager Kaye Miller, Merchandise Committee Member Robert Munoz, Block Captains Assistant Manager Bob Paluck, Hospitality Committee Member Marion Paluck, Artist Resources Committee Member James Phillips, Finance Manager Alex Reeves, Block Captains Manager Larry Reeves, Communications Manager Larry Rippin, Logistics, Assistant Manager Ron Ronalder, Artist Resources Committee Member Sally Ross, Artist Resources Committee Member Dick Ruddell, Transportation Manager Laura Sanchez, Logistics Manager Mike Shambaugh, Logistics Assistant Manager Harlan Streater, Customer Services Manager Brett Tooke, VIP Hospitality Security Manager Michelle Tooke, VIP Hospitality Catering and Decocorations Manager Carol Wassman, Artist Relations Committee Member Jack Wassman, Community Service Volunteers Assistant Manager Cathy Wilson, MAIN ST. Creates! Manager Sabra Young, Artist Resources Committee Member

TO OUR VOLUNTEERS!

Without the generosity of more than 1,200 volunteers, this event would be impossible to produce. Please take a few moments to let them know how much their efforts are appreciated. If you’re interested in joining our incredible team, go to www.MainStreetArtsFest.org and click “Volunteer.”

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DFWII Board of Directors as of April 1, 2016 Jack Clark, Red Oak Realty, Chairman Ryan Akins, Dale Carnegie Training Larry Anfin, Community Volunteer Ola Assem, Cleopatra, Inc. Matthew Avila, Thos S. Byrne, Ltd. Tyler Baker, Hines Paul Ballard, Fort Worth Transportation Authority Edward Bass, Fine Line, Inc. (represented by Bill Boecker) Robert Bass, Keystone, Inc. (represented by John Stevenson) Rick Baumeister, CliftonLarsonAllen Michael Bennett, Bennett Brenner Partners Greg Bird, Jetta Operating Company, Inc. Becky Renfro Borbolla, Renfro Foods Henry Borbolla, Ciera Bank Eddie Broussard, Texas Capital Bank Tim Bruster, First United Methodist Church David Campbell, Huitt-Zollars Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square Sabrina Carter, Starpoint Commercial Properties Richard Casarez, Oncor Electric Delivery Todd Collinsworth, Mutual of Omaha Bank Jeff Davis, Republic Title of Fort Worth Scott Eames, Capital One Bank Doug Eller, Chase Jim Finley, Finley Resources Inc. Susan Fortney, Texas A & M University School of Law Dave Fulton, Hilton Fort Worth Melissa Graham, 777 Main Susan Grawe, Balfour Beatty Construction Steve Hambrick, PlainsCapital Bank Brian Happel, BBVA Compass Josh Heidenreich, Omni Fort Worth Hotel Donald P. Hellman, Comerica Bank Michael Hoffer, Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford Clay Humphries, Pace Companies Chris Jeans, XTO Energy Paul Johnson, Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller, LLP Patricia Jones, GM Financial Dione Kennedy, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Inc. Sherry Key, Wells Fargo John Klukan, Worthington Renaissance Hotel Karl Komatsu, Komatsu Architecture Mark Linenberger, LINBECK Walter Littlejohn, The Fort Worth Club Brian Lynch, Ben E. Keith Co. 46

Patrick McFarlin, Jacobs Pati Meadows, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP Charles Milliken, Decker Jones McMackin McClane Hall & Bates, P.C. Allison Millington, TIER REIT Monty Mohon, UNT Health Science Center Robert Molloy, Southwest Bank Greg Morse, Worthington National Bank Martin Noto, First Financial Bank Wade Nowlin, HUB International Rigg Lee D. Patterson, Trinity Terrace Michael Pavell, Bank of America Raul Pena, TranSystems Nina Petty, Tarrant County College District T. Pollard Rogers, Cantey Hanger, LLP Jon Ruff, Spire Realty Group Justin Rutledge, BB&T Bob Semple, Bank of Texas Jake Sigler, W. G. Yates & Sons Brent Sparks, HKS, Inc. Gloria Starling, The Capital Grille Andy Taft, Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. Jed Wagenknecht, The Courtyard Downtown/Blackstone 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 Taylor Gandy, Ron Investments, Ltd. Allan Howeth, Cantey Hanger, LLP John V. Roach, Roach Enterprises Terrance J. Ryan, Southwest Bank John Stevenson, Keystone, Inc. Greg Upp, Consultant Ex-officio Representatives Donna Young, Downtown Neighborhood Alliance Mae Ferguson, Fort Worth Sister Cities International John Hernandez, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Marie Holliday, DMD, Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce Bob Jameson, Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau Michelle Lynn, BOMA Stacy Marshall, South East Fort Worth, Inc. Paul Paine, Near Southside, Inc. Bill Thornton, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce


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Benjamin Frey – Mixed Media, “A Perfect Balance” © 2O16

A production of Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc.

Printing: Cockrell Enovation | Design: Pinkerton Design Paper: Olmsted Kirk /Mohawk Options 80# cover

Commemorative Poster Ever seen a longhorn in a circus? That’s the subject of our 2016 commemorative poster created by Benjamin Frey. The striking painting continues the theme of Frey’s recent works featuring carnival acts and circuses. “It is a sense of curiosity and wonder that leads me to images of travel, circuses, and carnivals,” said Frey. “Like a modern mythology, they are the last places we allow ourselves to believe in monsters and giants and uncommon acts. And as such they are an exciting reminder to our too often dormant sense of wonder.” To see more of his work, visit booth #401. This beautiful, unframed poster (signed or unsigned), is printed on Mohawk Options cover paper stock courtesy of Olmsted Kirk Paper Company and printed by Cockrell Enovation. The poster was designed by Pinkerton Design. Please visit our House of Frames located at 3rd and Main Streets to purchase a limited edition framed or unframed poster. Purchase $200 of art, festival merchandise or framed posters and receive a free, unsigned poster while supplies last.


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