Welcome to the Fort Worth Portrait Project

The primary goal of the Fort Worth Portrait Project is to share the vision of leaders in north Texas and around the world with a focus on city governance, health care, and education.

“What is your vision for the future?”

This question is the foundation of the project. Our goal is to encourage and celebrate visionaries–those of you dreamers who are passionately working to positively influence on others.

  • We believe that vision statements are essential. The road to future progress is paved by today’s visions.
  • We believe that the best visions are created not in a vacuum but in connection with others.

Because leaders in city government, healthcare, and education often work to solve the same problems, this project aims to create a repository of creative ideas that could lead to new solutions. The key to this process is connecting people with vision. But before that can happen, a significant number of leaders need to share their visions for the future. Please join the conversation.

Share your Vision!

A major goal of this project is to help leaders from every country in the world to share about their visions for the future. Please share yours here, and I’ll add it to the collection of vision statements from your country.

A vision for

city governance

As people continue to migrate toward cities, mayors and city council members are playing a greater role in directing our path forward. Follow the visions of city leaders using the #fwppCityGovt hashtag on social media.

A vision for

health care

Follow the visions of health care leaders using the #fwppHealth hashtag on social media.

A vision for

education

“Education is the transmission of civilization,” said Will Durant. Follow the visions of educators using the #fwppEducation hashtag on social media.

TCU Recital: Cristina María Castro

TCU Recital: Cristina María Castro

Soprano Cristina María Castro performed at TCU's Pepsico Recital Hall on Friday, September 15, as part of the university's Student Recital Series. Shields-Collins Bray, principal keyboardist for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra since 1986, accompanied on the piano. This recital marks the completion of my Artist Diploma at TCU, and I…

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Your Guide To The Grand Opening Of The Shops At Clearfork

Your Guide to the Grand Opening of The Shops at Clearfork

A new chapter in upscale retail began on September 14, 2017, as The Shops at Clearfork launched their 3-day opening celebration. The Shops is a 500,000-square-foot, open-air luxury shopping, dining, entertainment and office destination located south of I-30 and between Hulen and Bryant Irvin.

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Amon Carter Museum: Americans At (and Beyond) The Water’s Edge

Amon Carter Museum: Americans at (and beyond) the water’s edge

Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, the Kay and Velma Kimbell Chair of Art History at Texas Christian University gave a lecture at the Amon Carter Museum of Art entitled, Americans at (and Beyond) the Water's Edge. The lecture is part of a Wednesday afternoon series running from August 23 to November 29.…

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The Tarrant Transit Alliance Seeks More Funding

The Tarrant Transit Alliance Seeks More Funding

FORT WORTH - The newly-formed Tarrant Transit Alliance (TTA), led by board member Jeff Davis of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA), met with concerned citizens on Monday, September 11, in preparation for City Council meeting the following evening. Their goal? To persuade the council to fund the transportation solutions proposed…

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90s Bar Crawl At Trophy Ranch

90s Bar Crawl at Trophy Ranch

Thousands of partiers in Fort Worth participated in the 90s Bar Crawl that kicked off at the Trophy Ranch on Bledsoe Avenue this afternoon at 2 PM. According to the 90s Bar Crawl website, "The 90’s Bar CrawlSM takes you back to the glory days — to simpler times, when you used pogs to…

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Piranha Killer Sushi Food Review

Piranha Killer Sushi Food Review

Video Transcript: I stopped in Piranha Killer Sushi in downtown Fort Worth. The place is like a small toe on the Sundance Square parking garage that squats on the corner of 3rd and Taylor. The green circle shows where the restaurant is at ground level. Here’s a tip: You can…

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The Profiles of Leadership Program

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Explore the journey of leaders who are taking their influence to the next level by sharing about 11 leadership topics.

Explore Fort Worth

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Art

Explore featured artists in Fort Worth who are working in a variety of creative media.

2015 7 23 Rockin The River 578 X3

Music

Learn about local musicians, music venues, and concert calendars

Anthony Mosley, Ph.D.

Anthony Mosley founded the Fort Worth Portrait Project in October 2013. Anthony earned a doctorate in Public Affairs & Issues Management from Purdue University and served as a full-time faculty member Indiana University Kokomo for 13 years where he headed the leadership program. Anthony invites you to a behind-the-scenes look at the Fort Worth Portrait Project on his Facebook profile.

View the vision statements collected to date by searching with the #fwppLead3 hashtag on Instagram.

Thank you to the following organizations for hosting “Vision for the Future” events: