Tea and Talk

Sid Richardson Museum in downtown Fort Worth houses art by Frederic Remington and other western artists.

2006 File Photo/Nathan Hunsinger

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If you've ever felt a bit misanthropic after interacting with strangers on social media, this event may well restore your optimism. Browse art, enjoy a refreshing drink and chat face-to-face with a neighbor you might not have otherwise met. What a beautiful idea. This recurring lunchtime event allows Fort Worth denizens to take a quick break from the workday and enjoy one of the simplest pleasures of life: Experiencing it with other people.

Tea and Talk is ideal for art enthusiasts looking to chat over a nice cup of Earl Grey. The monthly program encourages visitors to savor each piece of art, taking time to pause and reflect. Each event is focused on a different piece in the museum’s collection, which highlights the American West. Guests are then welcome to move their conversations from the gallery into the studio, where they can enjoy an assortment of teas and tea sandwiches.

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