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Format: 4/23/14

Late Night After Hours Music Showcase featuring Hares on the Mountain

Friday, May 16, 10:00 p.m.

Hares on the Mountain plays rowdy, messy, and loud folk music. Formed in Denton, Texas, Hares on the Mountain throws together influences from traditional American, English, and Irish folk songs, punk, psychedelic noise, rock, and country music. D Magazine says of their album, "It Will Only Hurt Forever," “These are dense songs with characters whose humanity shines through the savvy musicianship.”

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DMA Partners: Book Talk

Sunday, May 18, 1:30 p.m.

DMA Partners in Book Talk are invited for a special book-club-style discussion of Sabiha Al Khemir’s novel The Blue Manuscript and a related tour.

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Karen Cushman

Sunday, May 18th 3:00pm

Newbery award-winning children's author Karen Cushman will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her beloved book "Catherine, Called Birdy," which continues to be a favorite among young adults and their parents. Her other books include "Will Sparrow’s Road," "The Midwife’s Apprentice," and "The Ballad of Lucy Whipple." She especially likes writing about gutsy girls in various historical eras who are figuring out who they are. Cushman, who did not start writing full-time until her fiftieth birthday, has founded the Karen and Philip Cushman Late Bloomer Award to encourage and celebrate late bloomers like her.

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Homeschool Class for Families: Dinner Party

Thursday, May 22, 11:00 a.m.

The Dallas Museum of Art’s homeschool classes offer an interactive Museum experience for families with children ages 6 and above. Parents and children learn about works of art together in the galleries, participate in hands-on activities as a family, and create a work of art together in the Art Studio. During the program, parents learn techniques and skills for creating their own educational experiences in the gallery.

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Rick Atkinson

Thursday, May 22, 7:30 p.m.

Celebrate the seventieth anniversary of D-Day by brushing up on the dramatic story of the U.S. Army’s involvement in World War II. Join this three-time Pulitzer Prize winner as he discusses the third installment of his Liberation Trilogy, Guns at Last Light, which begins its narrative with the brutal battle of Normandy, then leads to the liberation of Paris, the disaster at Market Garden, the horrific Battle of the Bulge, and the collapse of the Third Reich. The final volume is a literary triumph worthy of the military triumph it explores.

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C3 Open Studio

Thursday, May 29, 6:30 p.m.

Experiment in an open studio environment with materials provided for you to continue projects or explore new ones. For an adult audience only (18+).
 

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Arturo's Art & Me: Museum Mysteries

June 4, 5, or 7, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

For a 3–5 year old and a favorite grown-up! Adults and young children listen to a story, look at works of art, and play hands-on games in the Museum galleries, then create an original work of art in the Art Studio. Taught by Museum Education staff. Class size limited to eighteen children.

When classes are filled, please e-mail lhanson@DMA.org to be placed on the waiting list.

In June, go behind the scenes and explore the Conservation Studio to learn about art mysteries here at the DMA!

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A Bright Evening: A Showcase with the Spiderweb Salon

Thursday, June 5, 6:30 p.m.

Spiderweb Salon from Denton, Texas, is teaming up with the Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art to host a unique poetry and music showcase! A Bright Evening will highlight work by a variety of musicians and writers working with the theme of "light." We are pleased to feature the following poets and musicians performing at A Bright Evening:

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