Join The Dallas Gay Geeks for Late Nights at the DMA.
This one of our monthly group excursions and how much geekier can it get than at the Dallas Museum of Art.
We will start with dinner at Atrium Cafe of the Museum at 6:30 PM on the open side with self seating for a drink only not dinner.
We will finish up with dinner at Taverna by Lombardi at between 9:30pm and 10:00pm:
Taverna by Lombardi: 3210 Armstrong Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75205
Late Nights at the Dallas Museum of Art The art doesn't go home.
Why should you?
Join us on the third Friday of each month, when the Museum is open until midnight. Each Late Night offers hundreds of experiences for visitors of all ages with performances, concerts, readings, film screenings, tours, family programs, and more!
General admission is $10 or less, DMA members and children under 12 free.
Late Night programs are included in general admission to the Museum. Some exhibitions require an additional ticket.
Save the Date!
Friday, July 20
Explore the history and culture of Dallas with music, performances, tours, films, and more celebrating our summer exhibition Flower of the Prairie: George Grosz’s “Impressions of Dallas,” 1952.
Click here for a complete schedule of events.
After Hours Music Showcase
Saints of Valory
Saints of Valory is a group of long-time musicians who launched their career in Austin after experiencing SXSW. They have since become one of Austin’s top acts and were nominated for the Austin Music Awards Best New Band of 2010.
Friday, July 20, 10:00 p.m.
Late Night Lecture
Politics as Art: Grosz’s Influence on Political Cartooning
Political cartoonist Tim Kreider is best known for his satirical and brutally honest depictions of society. Kreider will discuss artist George Grosz as influence on modern political cartooning and as a political commentator who transcended the typical political cartoonist through his work.
Friday, July 20, 9:00 p.m.
Late Night Lecture
Mark Doty, Historic Preservation Officer for the City of Dallas and author of the new book,Lost Dallas, will present a sampling of buildings, neighborhoods and sites that have been lost and even forgotten since the City of Dallas' modest beginning in 1841.
Friday, July 20, 8:30 p.m.
Happy Hour Performance
Bent Penny Stringband
Listen to some old-time stringband music, which originates from rural Texas and can be considered the precursor to bluegrass music, while enjoying happy hour drink specials.
Friday, July 20, 6:00 p.m.
Performance in the Galleries
As you stroll through our American Galleries enjoy jazz music from the 1950s, which was popular in Dallas at the time, performed by saxophonist Brad Leali.
Friday, July 20, 11:00 p.m.
Artist, Scott Winterrowd, will demonstrate a variety of different watercolor techniques including stenciling and glazing which were also used by George Grosz.
Friday, July 20, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Performances in the Galleries
The Horny Toad Rangers
The Horny Toad Rangers will perform music that centers on the old-time fiddle tradition of Texas.
Friday, July 20, 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.