Late Nights at the Dallas Museum of Art
Friday, November 15
6:00 p.m.–midnight; Free (some special exhibitions require a ticket)
Throughout the night, enjoy music, talks, films, readings, and family activities inspired by the work of Edward Hopper.
6:30 - If Hungry - meet at RELISH at Klyde Warren Park - next to SAVOR - Burger, Dogs, Veggie Options,
7:45 - walk over to DMA
8:00 - meet at Atrium of DMA
Late Night Main Stage featuring The Texas Gypsies 8:00 p.m., Atrium Dance to the jazz and swing music of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s, when Edward Hopper was producing some of his most famous works of art. The Texas Gypsies is a group of Grammy winners and musicians who have backed Paul McCartney, Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, and many more!
9:00 - Mosey on next door to CROW Museum for FREE Beer samples and Late Night Karaoki
10:00 - Atrium Late Night After Hours Music Showcase featuring Vanessa Lively
Austin, Texas-based songwriter Vanessa Lively creates an eclectic blend of folk and world music that beautifully joins heartfelt lyrics with soulful vocals. Drawing on a compelling mix of tempos and styles that embrace “hints of urban, world, Latin, funk and pop,” Lively’s songs fully capture her compassionate nature and love of community. Margaret Moser of the Austin Chronicle describes Lively’s music as "folk music on fire with worldly rhythms and a Latin pulse."
Parking Meters are FREE after 6:00pm -
Take DART or Trolley -
Dart's DLINK is Downtown circular route from Oak Cliff to Victory Park - FREE and runs every 15 minutes
www.dart.org for info