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Stars and Stripes

This fourth of July we are celebrating the stars and stripes in the DMA collection. The DMA is open tomorrow, July 4th, and the entire weekend, so come explore the collection for free! 422 more words

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Bittersweet Farewell

It is hard to believe it was almost four months ago that Michaël Borremans was at the Museum to open his internationally traveling exhibition co-organized by the DMA. 73 more words

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Summer Night at Dallas Museum of Arts

I am not an arts person. Honestly, back in high school, I know so little about arts that probably I could only name the famous “Mona Lisa Smile,” but … 461 more words



In commemoration of today’s decision we wanted to share Félix González-Torres’s work in the DMA collection Untitled (Perfect Lovers).

The date of this work corresponds to the time during which Félix González-Torres’s partner, Ross Laycock, was ill, and it embodies the tension that comes from two people living side-by-side as life moves forward to its ultimate destination.  88 more words

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Getting Started in Colorado!

Drum majors and student leaders head to their first session with Evan Doyle.  Always great to be back in Colorado!


Weaving in the Andes

For thousands of years, artists in the Andean region of South America have been weaving beautiful and complex textiles—an extremely labor intensive process as well as an important form of artistic expression. 441 more words

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DMA - Delete (2014)


It’s 50 years since The Beatles’ first Number One and over 20 years since Oasis shaped Madchester into Britpop, and there’s something still alluring about that honest street sound of Lennon, Brown and Gallagher. 51 more words