The Dallas Arts District is one of the finest and largest art districts in the nation, encompassing 68 acres and 19 blocks. Among other attractions, it is home to the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Symphony Center, the Performing Arts Center, and the Winspear Opera House.
There is always something interesting to do and see in the Dallas Arts District. Nearby Dallas, Texas Bed and Breakfasts are a convenient lodging choice for folks wishing to explore all it has to offer. Head to a museum in the morning, a gallery tour in the afternoon, and a performance in the evening, resting when needed at your Dallas lodging.
Fall, 2011 exhibitions at the Dallas Arts District include:
- Fabled Journeys in Asian Art: East Asia. Crow Collection of Asian Art.
- African Headwear: Beyond Fashion. Dallas Museum of Art.
- Tony Cragg, Seeing Things. Nasher Sculpture Center.
Fall 2011 performances include:
- Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Winspear Opera House, September 10.
- Ax Plays Brahms. Dallas Symphony Orchester, September 8, 9, 10.
- Explosions in the Sky. Annette Strauss Square. September 16.
- The Tempest. Wyly Theatre. October 1 – 9.
- Dance Africa. Dallas Black Dance Theatre. October 7-8.
In addition to exhibits and performances, visitors may take yoga classes at the Crow Collection of Asian Art, do Tai Chi at the same location, and attend a variety of gallery talks and lectures. The Dallas Arts District positively buzzes with activity.
Music, dance, and the fine arts commingle in the Dallas Arts District, feeding off each other and sparking creativity. The mood is infectious. Don’t be surprised if, upon returning home, you find yourself taking out your old paint set or signing up for a dance class. Get inspired. Visit the Dallas Arts District.
More information is available at the Dallas Arts District.
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