Dreaming of the days when you could get out and explore the city? Thanks to virtual offerings from these four local museums, you can now experience Dallas' rich arts and culture scene from the comfort of home.
Dallas Contemporary Pay a virtual visit to the Dallas Contemporary through the gallery's new "DC From Home" web page. Tour the current exhibition, Joël Andrianomearisoa: Serenade Is Not Dead; find at-home activities like creating a tiny garden or helping the elderly community through a “Letters of Love” project; utilize innovative lesson plans to keep your kids occupied; and switch up your usual playlist with songs from DJ Sober. dallascontemporary.org
Dallas Museum of Art Enjoy the Dallas Museum of Art through its new virtual exhibition experience. The DMA's latest online tour features Flores Mexicanas: Women in Modern Mexican Art, which examines the ever-changing representations of women throughout early 20th-century Mexican artwork. Scroll through the DMA's other amazing collections of historical art with the click of a button. dma.org
Nasher Sculpture Center The Nasher Sculpture Center’s digital resources are sure to provide a needed escape from endless days spent at home. Access artist talks, view archived performances and download family-friendly art activities and lessons. Shelf Life, a new series, will highlight cultural recommendations from top artists and curators. You can also follow #NasherFromHome on social media to keep up with the museum's latest online activities, articles and upcoming events. nashersculpturecenter.org
Perot Museum of Nature and Science Immerse yourself in a world of wonder with Amaze Your Brain at Home, a new online series of educational activities using the most common household objects and supplies. Enjoy videos jam-packed with fun facts along with DIY projects like “Make Your Own Slime” and “Winter on Mars,” which can be done inside or outside and are great for any age. perotmuseum.org
Photography by: DMA PHOTO BY TAMYTHA CAMERON AND GEORGE FIALA