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.
Images of American artworks will appear on billboards, bus stops, digital display boards and on subway platforms.
Italy’s culture ministry announced the agreement Thursday. The objects being returned include Etruscan-era kraters – vases – and a pair of bronze shields.
Bacon fat, coffee grounds and egg shells… believe it or not that’s what you’ll find at a new exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art.
It’s the third Friday of the month and that means the Dallas Arts District is alive with music, movies and fun. All for free!
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.
There’s so much great nightlife in North Texas, why should you follow the herd? Try these picks for an unusual night out.