Photo courtesy of Frame4Frame Festival

The Frame4Frame Festival celebrates local and international independent films, visual arts, and music in the Arlington community.

This year’s Festival will kick-off with a free concert and with music continuing throughout the weekend at the primary stage in J. Gilligan’s Bar. There will also be other music acts at various locations in the Arlington downtown area including the Arlington Museum of Art.

The festival opens with a Red Carpet Reception, showcasing a little bit of Hollywood along with local independent filmmakers. The film festival is a very diverse collection of independent film from filmmakers throughout the world. 

Visual arts will also be highlighted at the Arlington Museum of Art with two exhibits, one entitled “Jolly” which features Japanese themed sculptures by Marilyn Jolly. The other exhibit “Fung,” is Artic cartography by Adam Fung.

The Frame4Frame Festival celebrates local and international independent films, visual arts, and music in the Arlington community.

This year’s Festival will kick-off with a free concert and with music continuing throughout the weekend at the primary stage in J. Gilligan’s Bar. There will also be other music acts at various locations in the Arlington downtown area including the Arlington Museum of Art.

The festival opens with a Red Carpet Reception, showcasing a little bit of Hollywood along with local independent filmmakers. The film festival is a very diverse collection of independent film from filmmakers throughout the world.

Visual arts will also be highlighted at the Arlington Museum of Art with two exhibits, one entitled “Jolly” which features Japanese themed sculptures by Marilyn Jolly. The other exhibit “Fung,” is Artic cartography by Adam Fung.

The Frame4Frame Festival celebrates local and international independent films, visual arts, and music in the Arlington community.

This year’s Festival will kick-off with a free concert and with music continuing throughout the weekend at the primary stage in J. Gilligan’s Bar. There will also be other music acts at various locations in the Arlington downtown area including the Arlington Museum of Art.

The festival opens with a Red Carpet Reception, showcasing a little bit of Hollywood along with local independent filmmakers. The film festival is a very diverse collection of independent film from filmmakers throughout the world.

Visual arts will also be highlighted at the Arlington Museum of Art with two exhibits, one entitled “Jolly” which features Japanese themed sculptures by Marilyn Jolly. The other exhibit “Fung,” is Artic cartography by Adam Fung.

WHEN

WHERE

Arlington Music Hall
224 N. Center St.
Arlington, TX 76011
http://www.frame4frame.org/

TICKET INFO

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