Trinity River Campus Gallery

The East Fork Gallery

Visitors to an exhibit in the East Fork GalleryThe East Fork Gallery is located in downtown Fort Worth at the Trinity River Campus. It is dedicated to presenting relevant and engaging exhibitions by established and emerging artists, curators, designers, and other creators.

The exhibition space also offers opportunities for faculty and students to explore, innovate, and exhibit their own artwork.

All art exhibitions are free and open to the public.

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Location & Parking

Trinity River Campus East Fork Gallery
TREF 1315
300 Trinity Campus Circle
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Attendees may park for free in the Trinity River Campus garage. Please use the Cherry Street entrance to enter the parking garage and inform the parking attendant that you are attending the art exhibition.


  • Monday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
  • Friday–Sunday: Closed

Fall Exhibits

Districtwide Faculty Art Exhibit

  • Dates: August 30–October 11, 2024
  • Opening Reception: Saturday, September 7, from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. (part of FWADA's Gallery Night)

About the Exhibit

The East Fork Gallery of Tarrant County College will present "Recent Works," a collection of artworks by the art faculty at all TCC campuses. This exhibit highlights the diverse talents of our art faculty members. The works showcased demonstrate the dynamic, expressive, exploratory power of artistic language in practice—and importantly, multiple ways of engaging the world.

Painting of three abstract figures.
Invited Invaded by Aubree Dale

Aubree Dale: Resetting the Pace

  • Dates: October 18–December 6, 2024
  • Professional Practices—The Business of Art Discussion: Tuesday, October 22 at noon
  • Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Tuesday, October 22, at 12:45 p.m.

About the Exhibit

The show centers around the trappings and joys of domestic life, habit and the pursuit of the elastic mind.

Aubree Dale uses painting as a means of preliminary world building, exploring complex social structures and place. Maximalist ecosystems reference both expansive places of natural beauty and much smaller worlds such as a patio or backyard. They hint at long-term relationships, the capacity for loneliness and what happens when our ambitions exceed our resources.

From there, smaller works enrich and complicate storylines. Stacked with unfinished projects, consumption, and daydreams, these are snapshots of a memory, a wish, an inquiry into an imagined place or alternative scenario. Many of these works bask in the wonder of my small home-life, attempting to work through feelings of stagnation and overwhelm by making the micro macro.

Spring Exhibits

  • Black History Month Exhibit: January 21–March 7, 2025
  • Student Art Exhibit, Reflections from the River: March 22–May 2, 2025
  • I.M. Terrell Senior Art Exhibit: TBA

Previous Exhibits

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Updated June 20, 2024