DMA Family Day: Presented by Bank of America

Sunday, May 7, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Enjoy free admission to the exhibition México 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde.

Disfruta de admisión gratuita a México 1900-1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco y el Avant Garde.

Download the DMA Family Day flyer.

Know before you go:

  • Free access to México 1900–1950 is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Museum entry during DMA Family Days is only through the Flora Street Entrance and the Main Entrance facing Klyde Warren Park.
  • During DMA Family Days, the Museum’s underground garage is accessible only from North St. Paul Street (one way, south). Parking is limited; for alternate parking options visit the Dallas Arts District website.
  • Due to the popularity of the exhibition, there may be up to two-hour lines during peak visiting hours.
  • DMA Family Days will take place rain or shine. Because there may be outdoor lines, we recommend wearing weather appropriate clothing. If you bring an umbrella, you will be required to check it upon entering the Museum. 

 

Sunday, May 7, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

11:00 a.m.–noon/11:00 a.m.–Medio día
Music in the Atrium / Música en el atrio atrio
Kick off your family day with a performance of Mexican guitar music inspired by México 1900–1950 by James Gabriano.
Inicia tu día familiar con una presentación de música mexicana de guitarra inspirada en México 1900-1950 interpretado por James Gabriano.

11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Art Highlight, throughout México 1900–1950 / Obras de arte destacadas en México 1900-1950
Look for Yo Soy DMA ambassadors throughout the exhibition to learn more about selected works of art. Offered in both English and Spanish.
Busca a los Embajadores Juveniles DMA a lo largo de la exhibición para aprender más sobre las obras de arte seleccionadas. Esta actividad se ofrece en inglés y en español. 

1:00–3:00 p.m.
Art Making in the C3 Studio / Arte en el estudio C3
Drop in and make your own papel picado in the Center for Creative Connections Art Studio. First come, first served; space is limited.
Ven y crea tu propio papel picado en el Estudio de Arte del Center for Creative Connections. El cupo es limitado a las primeras personas.

1:30–3:30 p.m.
Music in the Atrium / Música en el atrio atrio
Enjoy traditional Mexican music, inspired by México 1900–1950, performed on the Alta Mriano buzz marimba by the group ¡¡Marumba¡¡.
Disfrute de la música tradicional mexicana, inspirada por México 1900-1950, presentada con marimba de Alta Mriano por el grupo ¡¡Marumba¡¡.

2:00–4:00 p.m.
Pop-Up Art Spot, Art of the Ancient Americas Galleries / Pop-Up Art Spot, Galerías de arte Antiguo de las Américas
Enjoy a hands-on experience in the galleries facilitated by the DMA’s Teen Ambassadors and Teen Advisory Council.
Disfruta de experiencias artísticas en las galerías dirigidas por los Embajadores Juveniles DMA y por Consejo Consultivo Adolescente. 

 

Bank of America’s support of the arts reflects their belief that the arts matter: they are a powerful tool to help economies thrive, to help individuals connect with each other and across cultures, and to educate and enrich societies. Their Arts and Culture Program is diverse and global, supporting nonprofit arts institutions that deliver the visual and performing arts, provide inspirational and educational sustenance, anchor communities, create jobs, augment and complement existing school offerings, and generate substantial revenue for local businesses. Bank of America has a strong history of local support tied to previous exhibitions and sponsorships with the Dallas Museum of Art.

 

DMA Family Days for México 1900–1950 are underwritten by Bank of America, Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation, The Horchow Family, George and Natalie (“Schatzie”) Lee, Texas Christian University, The M.O.B. Family Foundation, and the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth. Univision is the exclusive Spanish-language broadcast media partner for México 1900–1950