Culture Buzz: Frame4Frame Festival Celebrates the Arts in Arlington

The newest “Culture Buzz” segment on MyArlingtonTV previews the inaugural Frame4Frame Festival in Arlington from September 15-18, 2016.

Frame4Frame will provide a first of its kind, musical and visual arts forum dedicated to raising cultural awareness and appreciation for the diverse creative population that exists throughout The American Dream City.

The festival will host the film portion of the event at Studio Movie Grill in the Arlington Highlands and the music portion at South Street Patio in Downtown. The art portion, including the “Ulterior Motifs” exhibit, will be located at the Arlington Museum of Art.

The City of Arlington recently announced its certification as a Film Friendly community by the Texas Film Commission. The Frame4Frame festival will screen a diverse collection of films from both studios and independent filmmakers, highlighting both local and national artists.

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Ticket information and a complete schedule for the Frame4Frame Festival can be found online at the festival’s website.

This event, organized by James Hawthorne, is sponsored by the Arlington Cultural Tourism Council. Other sponsors include the Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington Film Society, International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame, Fort Worth Weekly, Downtown Arlington Management, Arlington Proud, Arlington Nights, Renaissance Arlington, Levitt Pavilion and 3Di Signs.

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