Second Thursdays with a Twist

Second Thursdays at the Dallas Museum of Art
5:00–9:00 p.m.
Tickets $5 (some exhibitions require additional tickets on this evening) 
FREE for DMA Members
FREE for educators (with valid ID)

February 14: Bad Romance
March 14: Live Long and Prosper
April 11: As If!
May 9: Hey, You Guys!
June 13: I Want It That Way

Schedule of Events: Bad Romance 

Thursday, February 14
 
Take a unique and unexpected look at the Museum’s collection with a pop culture twist.
Calling all the little monsters who want to celebrate Valentine’s Day the Lady Gaga way. Get ready for an evening all about Lady Gaga’s fashion and music, and find your one true art soulmate in our galleries. 
 
Dress up like Lady Gaga and get free admission for the program! 
 
JUST DANCE
All night, Horchow Auditorium
Watch the music videos that solidified Lady Gaga as a pop music icon.
 
LOVE GAME
All night, Concourse  
Get into the spirit of Valentine’s Day and play the DMA version of the Dating Game. Find your one true love who is only a gallery away. 
 
THE CURE
6:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m., Founders Room 
Mix up your own cocktails with a Valentine's twist with a local vodka distiller. 
This program is an extra $10. Tickets can only be purchased at the Will Call Desk near Horchow Auditorium beginning at 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. for the respective times.
Space is limited to 25 people per demonstration; there will be no waitlist, and you cannot buy tickets online.                           
 
PERFECT ILLUSION
6:30 p.m., Meet at the Flora Street Visitor Services Desk   
Join Alisa Otto, Fashion Design Senior Lecturer at the University of North Texas, to tour the new fashion design pieces in our collection by Iris van Herpen, who created out of this world outfits for Lady Gaga.     
 
APPLAUSE
7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m., Atrium 
Watch 6 O’Clock Dance Group perform dance routines inspired by Lady Gaga’s larger than life persona and her memorable music videos. 
 
BORN THIS WAY
8:00 p.m., Meet at the main Visitor Services Desk   
Primp and powder on this tour that takes a closer look at beauty standards in our collection with Rebecca Singerman, McDermott Graduate Intern for American Art.