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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – 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! The Dallas Museum of Art will open a new exhibition, Dallas[SITES]: Available Space. Assistant Curator at the DMA, Gabriel Ritter talked with CBS 11 about the exhibition.

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“It’s an experimental project where the DMA as opened its doors to emerging local artists.” The local artists created installations throughout the exhibition. From classic cars to tumbleweeds it’s something you’ve never seen at the DMA before. “The two story installation by Homecoming Committee based in Ft. Worth titled Post Communicate which is an interactive space I think people will be floored by.”

The exhibition will be at the DMA for the next month and will continue to change and evolve. It’s only part of Late Nights at the DMA. Click here for more information.

Across the street it’s “Til Midnight at the Nasher. Click here for more information about free admission to the Nasher tonight.

If dance is more your style, head to the Modern Dance Festival at the Modern Art Museum of Ft Worth.

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On Sunday, beat the heat at the Kimbell Art Museum when it’s ice cream Sunday!

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