State of the Arts
Friday, November 20
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Join Dallas Museum of Art Director Bonnie Pitman and KERA host and producer Jeff Whittington for the first event in an innovative new series exploring the creative process and the nature of performance. This week, Ann Williams and Veletta Forsythe Lill join us to discuss the future of the city’s cultural landscape and what lies ahead for the nation’s largest urban arts district.
Daily Matinees: Performances
Weekdays, 2:00 p.m.
To complement All the World’s a Stage , visit The Stage for matinee screenings of classic music, drama, and dance performances filmed at the world's great performance spaces, as well as award-winning documentaries investigating connections between the visual and performing arts.
Thursday Night Live presented by Texas Instruments
Music. Drinks. Masterpieces. Mix to taste.
Every Thursday from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
FREE general admission
Manet: Models, Portraits, and "La Vie Moderne"
Thursday, November 12
Dr. Nancy Locke, Associate Professor of Art History, Penn State University, will highlight the role of portraiture in Manet's modern-life project and will offer fresh insights into the panache of the Museum's remarkable portrait of Isabelle Lemonnier.
Robert Edsel: The Monuments Men
Thursday, November 19
Edsel will share the story of his fascinating journey back in time and the personal dedication that went into producing his latest book, The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History (2009).
A night of theater, dance, and opera. Celebrate the new Dallas Arts District and the Museum’s exhibitions All the World’s a Stage and Performance/Art with an evening of opera performances, contemporary dance performances, Shakespeare on film, tours, and family experiences.
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