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March 


March 01 – Women of Art 

Girl power appears to be the theme du jour at the Amon
Carter Museum of American Art. Round up your squad and see artwork from notable female photographers in exhibits Ellen Carey: Dings, Pulls, and Shadows and In Her Image: Photographs by Rania Matar. And discover names you might not know in Commanding Space: Women Sculptors of Texas, highlighting regional artists. Free.
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth // 817/738-1933 // cartermuseum.org


March 02 – Oscar Shorts 

The Academy Awards are March 4. Do your homework at
Oscar Shorts, a special Magnolia at the Modern screening
of 2018 Academy Award nominees for Best Animated and
Best Live Action short films. $9; half price for the noon
showing on Sunday, March 4.
3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth // 817/738-9215 // themodern.org


March 28 – Hamlet 

If you never scored tickets to Hamlet featuring Academy
Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch, catch it at the
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. National Theatre Live will broadcast the production to cinemas around the world—the next best thing to front-row seats. $20.
3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth // 817/738-9215 // themodern.org


March 29 – Maverick Speaker Series: Gretchen Carlson

The best-selling author, broadcast journalist and women’s
equality advocate will undoubtedly have much to say during her stop at the University of Texas at Arlington. By sharing her account of sexual harassment at Fox News in a 2016 Time magazine cover story, Carlson became the unofficial face of sexual harassment in the workplace and empowered women across the nation to speak out about abuse they’ve endured. Now hear her story firsthand. $5.
701 W. Nedderman Drive, Arlington // 817/272-2011 //
uta.edu/maverickspeakers

March 30 – Red
Based in the late 1950s, Red centers on the late Mark Rothko, an abstract expressionist painter who was commissioned to do a gropu of murals for the Four Seasons restaurant in New York. Written by John Logan, the Tony award-winning production was dubbed "an enthralling play about art" by the Associated Press after its debut in 2009. Catch it through April 15 at Theatre Arlington. $25.50 
305 W. Main St., Arlington // 817/275-7661 // theatrearlington.org