MAC PAC Tour of “DallasSITES: Available Space”

Saturday, July 20 | 1:00 – 2:30pm

Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201

This summer, to accompany its new exhibition DallasSITES: Charting Contemporary Art, 1963 to Present, the Dallas Museum of Art will host for the first time an experimental project space in the Museum’s iconic Barrel Vault and surrounding galleries.  DallasSITES: Available Space will activate the galleries with interactive components and installations representative of the current Dallas art scene.

“This is a rare and exciting opportunity for the Museum to engage directly with the local arts community. Our hope is to provide a platform for experimentation that will spark dialogue between local artists and the museum-going public,” explains Gabriel Ritter, The Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art for the Dallas Museum of Art.


1:00PM Meet at Charting Contemporary Art exhibition entrance in the Hoffman Galleries

1:10PM Opening Remarks and introduction by
Gabriel Ritter, The Nancy and Tim Hanley Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art
Leigh Arnold, Research Project Coordinator for the DMA’s DallasSITES exhibition

1:15PM Guided tour of DallasSITES: Available Space

Self-parking in garage ($10 for non-Friends of the DMA) or on the street

Special Programming Notes Regarding this Event:

  • Membership at the DMA is FREE!  Please become a member before attending event.
  • Catch Performance SW during Late Nights at the DMA, 8-9PM, Friday, July 19th
  • Please arrive at least 30 minutes early to view DallasSITES: Charting Contemporary Art, 1963 to Present and the adjacent Hotel Texas: An Art Exhibition for the President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy in the Hoffman Galleries before the Available Space tour
  • After the tour, visit Made In Oak Cliff, developed by Bob “Daddy-O” Wade, Leigh Arnold, and Vance Wingate, owner of Gray Matters Gallery, to coincide with the DMA DallasSITES project.  The gallery will be open until 5:00PM.
Please RSVP by July 18th to emailme@douglasmartin.com

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