Late Nights

The art doesn't go home.
Why should you?

Join us on the third Friday of each month, when the Museum is open until midnight. Each Late Night offers hundreds of experiences for visitors of all ages with performances, concerts, readings, film screenings, tours, family programs, and more! Be sure to check out our Late Night Video on YouTube! 

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FREE (some exhibitions require an admission ticket )

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Format: 9/1/14

Late Nights at the Dallas Museum of Art

Third Fridays, 6:00 p.m. - midnight

Join us for our annual Fall Block Party and see our newest exhibition Mind's Eye: Masterworks on Paper from David to Cézanne.  The Nasher Sculpture Center and Crow Collection of Asian Art will also be open until midnight. 

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The Mother Load Opening Reception

Friday, September 19, 7:009:00 p.m.

The Mother Load is an ongoing collaborative project launched by Lesli Robertson and Natalie Macellaio that engages with women who lead the creative life of an artist while also being a mother. Documenting the words and work of women from across the globe, this project explores the balance of nurturing one’s life and one’s art.

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Late Night Main Stage featuring the Stradivarius String Quartet

Relax in the Atrium with a classical music performance by the Stradivarius String Quartet, whose repertoire ranges from music written in the 17th century to modern-day classics.
8:00-9:00 p.m., Friday, September 19

Late Night Lecture: Conserving "Mind's Eye"

Join paper conservator Tish Brewer, owner of The Center for Art Conservation, for a closer look at the intricate processes of paper conservation. 

9:00 p.m., Friday, September 19

Late Night Lecture: a Discussion on "Mind's Eye"

Get insights on the DMA's exhibition Mind's Eye: Masterworks on Paper from David to Cézanne from co-curators Olivier Meslay and William B. Jordan

7:00 p.m., Friday, September 19

Late Night After Hours Music Showcase featuring the Dallas String Quartet

The Dallas String Quartet takes you on a journey to the nexus of classical music and modern pop, where artists like Beethoven and Bono collide. 
10:00-11:00 p.m., Friday, September 19