The DMA’s Concourse is filled once again with art created by area AP high school students, and that means it is time for the annual Young Masters exhibition. Since 1994 North Texas art and music students have submitted their work to the O’Donnell Foundation’s AP Arts Incentive Program for a chance to be selected for the exhibition and earn scholarships. Check out this year’s selections, on view through April 27 at the DMA.
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***We interrupt your regular programming with this special public service announcement.***
Wondering how to entertain the kids for spring break? Need to get out of the house? Well, have we got a deal for you! During the week of March 13–16, the DMA will throw open its doors for HALF-PRICE ADMISSION. Each day we’ll have loads of activities for the entire family, from story time and art-making to robotics workshops and family tours. In fact, our staff couldn’t wait for spring break, so they got an early start trying out what is in store for you.
Enjoy story time in Arturo’s Nest with our favorite feathered friend, Arturo!
See amazing works of art created by local high school students in Advanced Placement art classes.
Make a masterpiece in the Art Studio.
Fuel your imagination and creativity in a hands-on interactive robotics workshop led by faculty from the American Robotics Academy.
Explore the galleries and make new discoveries during a family tour.
Wow your family with a one-of-a-kind sketch made during a lively session of Sketching in the Galleries.
Finish the day off with a family film in the C3 Theater.
Don’t delay! Take advantage of this amazing deal available for a limited time only. For details and a full schedule of events, visit our website.
***We now return you to your regularly scheduled program.***
Amanda Blake is the Manager of Family Experiences and Access Programs.
Leah Hanson is the Manager of Early Learning Programs.
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On Saturday we opened the Young Masters exhibition in our main Concourse. The exhibition features forty-eight selected works created by Advanced Placement® Studio Art, Art History, and Music Theory students from thirteen Dallas-area high schools participating in the AP Fine Arts Incentive Program. In a departure from the traditional studio art exhibition featuring original 2D and 3D works of art, this year the exhibition includes original essays written by AP Art History students in response to works in the DMA’s collections, as well as original four-minute compositions by AP Music Theory students. Here are a few images from last week’s installation:
Photography by Adam Gingrich, Dallas Museum of Art Marketing Assistant