Dallas Museum of Art
With many hands-on activities and fun themes, these are some of the best upcoming North Texas museum exhibits for kids (and families) in the DFW area to enjoy.
There’s no shortage of freebies to keep kids entertained all summer in DFW
This weekend, the Dallas Museum of Art and Oral Fixation will host an evening of personal story telling from immigrants who have made North Texas their home.
It is often difficult to find get everybody to want to drop their electronic gadgets for a family outing that will not cost a fortune. Going to a museum in DFW is often inexpensive or free, provides the entire family with new information, and there are many hands-on activities that make it impossible to text and learn at the same time. These are some of the top museum exhibits for the entire family to enjoy.
The art presence in DFW is growing and thriving more than ever with new museums popping up and unique exhibits rolling through town. Check out what’s coming soon.
At 9:30 am Friday, a team hired to construct a large metal-based tent on the south entrance of the DMA, included a crane-carrying truck, geared to pull the heaviest and tallest beams for the tent.
A construction crane fell onto the Dallas Museum of Art on Friday morning. It may have struck a large outdoor sculpture when it toppled over, but nobody was seriously hurt.
Grab your most comfortable shoes. Whether you like art deco of the 1930s or the modern art of today, Dallas has an abundance of art and great weather for viewing it.
One of the most eye-pleasing, pedestrian-friendly areas of the city would have to be the Arts District. Spend the day on foot and enrich yourself in the Dallas Arts District.
North Texas is a premier destination for large-scale art exhibitions. Here is an update on some of the newest exhibitions at DFW area museums, and ones that are coming soon.
The Dallas Museum of Art will be the only U.S. stop for a new touring exhibit of Jackson Pollock’s work. The exhibit comes to North Texas in November of next year.
Images of American artworks will appear on billboards, bus stops, digital display boards and on subway platforms.