Dallas Museum of Art
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.
The DMA welcomes Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties inside its doors this March. The exhibit is the first of its kind, showcasing America fine art from the end of World War l through the beginning of the Great Depression. Youth and Beauty, organized by the Brooklyn Museum, will feature more than 130 works by more than 65 artists.
As the weather cools down – why not take a break in the warmth of our excellent North Texas museums? The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, the first […]
The award-winning Dallas Museum of Art has just opened another impressive exhibit, Mark Manders: Parallel Occurances — Documented Assignments.
The Dallas Museum of Art’s innovative exhibition, The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, is the first international exhibition devoted completely to the life and work of the French designer, and will be the first exhibition at DMA to solely be dedicated to fashion.
As the Dallas Museum of Art prepares to open an exhibit of Jean Paul Gaultier’s fashion designs, the city’s well-heeled residents are mobilizing.
Halloween takes center stage this week – well of course after we have exhausted all of our Ranger Pride!! Six Flags over Texas is THE place to be this weekend for special scariness! Three new […]
We have some culture, the State Fair, Rangers baseball and lots more this week! DO NOT MISS THE WORLD SERIES!!!! Makes sure you cheer on our Texas Rangers as they go up against the St […]
North Texas weather is finally cooling off – very welcome news! So let’s celebrate with some great local entertainment!
Learning about art or history doesn’t stop once you leave a museum. Local galleries are now using social media to interact with the public.