The nice thing about doing a crossword puzzle is, you know there is a solution. – Stephen Sondheim
Finally, the holidays are here and rest is near! But don’t let your brain turn to mush, instead curl up by the fire with this puzzle and tell all else to hush. Test you DMA knowledge with this battle of wits and if you get tired the answer key is at the bottom so you can call it quits.
Good luck and happy Crossword Puzzle Day!
|2||Until the Tutankhamen exhibition in 2008-09, this 1979 exhibition held the record for the highest attendance (without the date)|
|5||This woman was the first president of the Dallas Art Association: Mrs. Charles L. / Grace Leake __________|
|8||This popular evening program was inspired by the 100 Hours event for the museum’s Centennial in January 2003, and was initiated the following year (2 words)|
|9||Title of a sculpture by Mark di Suvero installed on Ross Plaza|
|10||This is the name of the blue bird who is the mascot for the DMA’s children’s and family programs|
|1||Title of a popular “frozen” landscape by Frederick Church, installed on Level 4|
|3||This former director was also a Dallas Morning News art critic, taught at SMU, and has art work in the collection|
|4||This collection is displayed in a recreated French villa|
|6||The museum was located in two different buildings here (2 words)|
|7||This animal, named Sir Lancelot and associated with the Wise Collection of Ancient South American Art, has appeared in three Uncrated blog posts|
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Hillary Bober is the Archivist at the DMA and Julie Henley is the Communications and Marketing Coordinator.