Dallas Museum of Art
After 11 years, the Dallas Museum of Art decided to make a change. The doors opened on Monday to much excitement, because art lovers could now get their fix for free.
The museum bought the roughly 5-foot-by-5-foot Orpheus Mosaic at a public auction in 1999.
For more than a decade, the public has paid between $5 and $10 to enjoy the exhibits at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) – but that will soon be changing.
A curator has discovered that a painting at the Dallas Museum of Art was created by George Inness, one of America’s greatest landscape painters.
On the morning of Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy realized that their Fort Worth hotel suite featured an extraordinary array of artwork — from a painting by Vincent van Gogh to a bronze by Pablo Picasso.
This fall, DFW hosts a wide range of museum exhibits with interactive components, famous art and shows that uncover historic events that will sweep you back in time.
Father’s Day weekend is coming up, so let’s take a look at some fun activities for families to celebrate dear old dad. There are plenty of shows and events happening in North Texas.
The Dallas Museum of Art has a new exhibit dedicated to showcasing the youth and beauty of a bygone era — the American 1920s.
CBS 11 News entertainment reporter Sandie Newton looks at the best events happening around DFW this coming weekend.
Slams provide an avenue for poets to share their work with an enthusiastic audience. Celebrate National Poetry Month this April with some of these amazing spoken word events in the Dallas and Forth Worth areas.
To honor Women’s History Month this March, visit one of these Dallas/Fort Worth venues that share women’s stories and contributions throughout history.
Join CBS 11 on March 10 at the Dallas Museum of Art.