The Amon Carter Museum of American Art (the Carter) is centrally located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. The Carter has a rich history in offering programs and exhibitions that provide insight into the past, present and future of American creativity. Experience and understand American art in new ways by visiting the Carter this fall.

Stuart Gentling, Landscape with pond and barn, ca. 1979, graphite, opaque and transparent watercolor on paper.Collection of Lee Lupton Tennison, © Amon Carter Museum of American Art

The Carter offers events and exhibitions for people of all ages from toddlers to adults and everyone in between such as artmaking activities, artist talks, and guided tours. This fall, dive into the lifelong work of two Texas natives and brothers that has since been left unstudied in the Imagined Realism: Scott and Stuart Gentling exhibition. After admiring their artwork, explore Anila Quayyum Agha: A Beautiful Despair exhibition that combines drawings, embroidery, cutout metal fixtures, and light that brings viewers into a world of inclusivity. Round out your visit by exploring the Carter’s renowned permanent collection. Be sure to plan your visit to the Carter to experience these exhibitions and our collection firsthand, all included in our free admission.


Visit CarterMuseum.org for more information.