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Step Through Women’s Rights History in New Exhibition at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

“Walk This Way” features more than 100 historic shoes from the personal collection of legendary designer Stuart Weitzman. It tells a story much larger than fashion.
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Museums

Jeremy Strick, Longtime Director of the Nasher Sculpture Center, Will Retire in 2024

Strick has led the museum since 2009, and while the Nasher Prize may be his lasting legacy elsewhere, his work to uplift local artists and curators will be remembered in Dallas.
By Lauren Smart
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Arts & Entertainment

The DMA Presents a Must-See Retrospective of Groundbreaking Mexican Artist Abraham Ángel

A rare exhibit of the Mexican artist encourages a break with the past and a reflection of how his work, which was produced in the early 1920s, extends into the present.
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Visual Arts

At the Modern, Artist Jammie Holmes’ Solo Exhibition Stokes a Revolution In the Everyday

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is hosting the first museum show for the Dallas-based artist Jammie Holmes.
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Visual Arts

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s New Acquisitions Forge a Bold Path

For a milestone anniversary, the museum has grown its collection with a forward-looking crop to see through summer.
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There Are Only a Few Weeks Left to See the DMA’s Sparkling ‘Cartier and Islamic Art’ Exhibition

We talked to co-curator Sarah Schleuning about why you shouldn’t miss out on the Dallas Museum of Art’s showstopping exhibit, which ends September 18.
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Carolina Alvarez-Mathies Talks About Her Plans for the Dallas Contemporary’s Future

The museum's executive director created a new senior role for Lucia Simek to play a big part in it.
By Lauren Smart
Gavin Delahunty
Museums

How the Dallas Art World Tried to Bury Its #MeToo Moment

Gavin Delahunty was a brash curator on the rise when the Dallas Museum of Art hired him. Three years later, he left his high-profile job amid allegations of inappropriate behavior with employees and wives of board members. So why do some of the city’s most powerful art patrons still want to work with him?
By Lauren Smart
Bush Library
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The Strange Lesson Inside the George W. Bush Presidential Center

What was a docent trying to communicate at the Bush Library?
By Eleanor Cummins
Linda Silver Perot Museum
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CEO Linda Silver Is Reimagining the Perot Nature and Science Museum

The museum is celebrating its first decade and its CEO aims to deepen its impact through digital offerings, gamification, outdoor programs, and more.
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