Press Release for Arts Goggle on 10/3/09, ArtLoveMagic’s first Ft. Worth show

September 9, 2009


Mario Cauley


Arts Fifth Avenue presents Arts Goggle featuring ArtLoveMagic


Fort Worth, TX – (October 3, 2009) Dallas art collective ArtLoveMagic will partner with Arts Fifth Avenue to present Arts Goggle from 3:00 – 10:30 pm at Arts Fifth Avenue located at 1628 5th Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104.  Arts Fifth Avenue kicks off the event with a free gallery exhibit preview from 3:00-6:00 pm, followed by ArtLoveMagic’s live entertainment beginning at 7:00 pm. Admission is $10.00 at the door, or $5.00 with a student ID.  $5.00 presale tickets are available now at  The Arts Goggle event accompanies a gallery exhibit which runs from September 27 – October 3 at Arts Fifth Avenue.


ArtLoveMagic creates unique art, music, and poetry fusion experiences that gather together local artists and performers from multiple disciplines to create live for the audience. The Arts Goggle marks ArtLoveMagic’s Forth Worth premiere and will spotlight the collaborative talent and skill of Fort Worth, Arlington and Dallas. Featured artists include spoken word artists Michael Guinn, Will Richey and Nnamdi Orakpo; painter Riki Johnson; and the music of GaydenLee, Rin Tin Tin and The Texas Red Legs. Come and experience live music, live artwork, spoken word and more.


“When people attend our events they are enveloped in the arts and are always encouraged to create with us,” says co-founder David Rodriguez.  “We are intentionally positive, seriously creative, and seek to produce events that inspire us as well as our audiences.”


ArtLoveMagic was co-founded in January of 2007 by Michael Lagocki, Justin Nygren, and David Rodriguez.  Since then, ArtLoveMagic has created more than 30 unique live experiences in Dallas, involving over 100 artists and performers. No two shows are the same, and each adds new ideas and creativity.  The collective’s mission is to tear down the walls that divide the artist from the audience and create a meaningful connection through the phenomenon of artistic interaction.


For more information on the Arts Goggle event, please visit 




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