Amazon Smiles Arts Fifth Avenue

Arts Fifth Avenue has decided, for the safety of our students, artists, audience members and staff to postpone all events and classes until the Corona Virus outbreak is under control. We will resume and extend all classes as soon as we can. 
​If you have any questions please call: 817-923-9500


Each Artist who shares their work with us for this Exhibit
Each person who walks by to enjoy this exhibit
It is a work in progress – more to come . . .
Spotlights at Night and more art!
Each family, friend, student, patron and audience member who support ARTS FIFTH AVENUE
With so much love,
Gracey Tune

​Phil Wiggins
Benjamin Hunter
Jake Blount
Katina Stone-Butler
Briar feat. Joe Seamons
Hannah Mayree

Brandi Pace
Justin Golden
Seemore Love
Junious Brickhouse
Brian Farrow
Piedmont Bluz

Arts 5th Avenue is presenting a Walk By Gallery Exhibit 
​November 25 through December 31, 2020.

The Theme . . . " I Am Thankful For"

We invited students, parents, friends, artists, neighbors to display their art work in the exhibition celebrating what we are thankful for.We have received some of the most endearing pieces of art 100+ windows that now fill the windows of Arts Fifth Avenue with artful expressions of gratitude!

We invite you to stop by and enjoy!

About the Teacher-Justin Boccitto 
Justin is an award-winning artist from New York working in theatre, film, music, and dance. He's performed throughout the country playing such roles as ‘Don Lockwood’ in Singin’ in the Rain, ‘Bert’ in Mary Poppins, and ‘Rooster’ in Annie. He appeared on MTV’s reality show, “Made” as well as the front cover of Dance Informa Magazine. Justin’s choreographic work garnered praise at the Gypsy of The Year Awards, Choreographer’s Canvas, and his awarding winning productions of Hairspray (Nashville) and Crazy For You (Sharon Playhouse). He was also honored with two Best Choreography Awards from the New York Musical Festival.  His own cabaret show, Song & Dance Men, performed in New York and regionally and is currently available for bookings. Justin teaches theatre dance and tap at Broadway Dance Center and Marymount Manhattan College while also running Common Ground, a new environment for tap dancers @commongroundtap.  He is a proud member of Actor's Equity and The Society of Directors and Choreographers.




Saturday, March 13, 2021


Tickets on Sale Now! 


All Day Pass $30

Final Concert & Dance (6:45-10pm) $20

Children/Student (w/student ID) $10

REGULAR PRICING begins June 16th

All Day Pass $45

Final Concert & Dance (6:45-10PM) $30

Children/Student (w/student ID) $15

The Fort Worth African American Roots Music Festival was created to deepend the history and broaden the local arts scene by sowing the seeds of a new music community, and placing Fort Worth in the vanguard bringing awareness to an often forgotten piece of America's musical history.  Come join us for a day of performances, jams and dancing with award-winning artists from around the country representing the African American past, present, and future of old time, jug band, early blues, jazz, and beyond.

For more information check https://fwaamusicfest.com/ .


Fall 2020-Summer 2021 Performance/Learning Opportunity for
8th-12th Graders in the Fort Worth Area!

You are invited to be a part of a brand new performance/learning opportunity from
The Spotlight Series.

The Spotlight Series is an initiative supported by the Slaughter Family Arts Awards to inspire a bond within the Fort Worth artistic community. The goal is to support a project or a production of a Fort Worth native that will positively impact and shift the attention to the blossoming artistic talent in Fort Worth. The voices of such projects are sure to evolve over time. Today, we are passing the mic to Joe Westermann.
For the first year of the Spotlight Series, Executive Producer Joe Westermann will help young artists in the Fort Worth area create a production of: 

A Chorus Line: High School Edition!

​A Chorus Line - High School Edition is a full-length version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, adapted for performance by high school students with family audiences. Every aspect of the show has been developed specifically for high school performers: dialogue and content are age-appropriate, dance sequences are of a length befitting high school dancers, and allowances are made to feature actors of any race or ethnicity. The materials have been prepared - with the authors' approval - to help your school or organization mount the best possible production and to give your students an exciting and rewarding experience.
A Chorus Line is a stunning concept musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition. Exploring the inner lives and poignant ambitions of professional Broadway performers, the show features one powerhouse number after another. Memorable musical numbers include "What I Did for Love," "One," "I Can Do That," "At the Ballet," "The Music and the Mirror," and "I Hope I Get It." A brilliantly complex fusion of song, dance, and compellingly authentic drama, the show was instantly recognized as a classic.


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