A Transformative Project Dedicated to Arts, Healing, and Social Change in Fort Worth
Thursday, September 29 | 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Begin at the Welman Project
3950 W Vickery Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107
"Transform 1012" is an eight-organization collaborative project to transform the historic Ku Klux Klan Auditorium at 1012 N. Main Street into The Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing.
The initiative, which has already garnered $3 million in federal funding, has received national recognition for embodying reparative justice, anti-racism work, spatial justice, inter- and intra-group healing, and the arts.
On September 29th, the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth will host a private pre-construction site visit before building begins. At this meeting with the project's leaders, you will learn about the project's goals, have a chance to ask questions, and discover how you can contribute. Please note that it is mandatory to wear safety gear, including a hard hat and closed-toe shoes (we will provide hard hats for those who do not supply their own).
You must pre-register to attend, and space is limited to 20 people.
Member Rate - $40
Gather at The Welman Project
Learn a little bit about the Welman Project & enjoy light refreshments
Load onto the bus
Site Tour of The Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing
Return to the Welman Project
REC of GFW