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Entertainment - Art and Cultural Centers

» Art Centre of Plano
» AT&T Performing Arts Center
» The Bath House Cultural Center
» Amon Carter Museum
» The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art
» Dallas Arts District
» Dallas Center for Contemporary Art
» Dallas Museum of Art
» The Hall of State at Fair Park
» Irving Arts Center
» The Juanita Craft Civil Rights House
» Kimbell Art Museum
» Latino Cultural Center
» Meadows Museum at SMU
» Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
» Nasher Sculpture Center
» Oak Cliff Cultural Center
» Richardson Civic Art Society
» South Dallas Cultural Center

Note: When planning an excursion, make sure service is available for all parts of your trip on the day and at the time you wish to travel.
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ArtCentre of Plano imageArt Centre of Plano
901 18th Street, Plano
The Art Centre of Plano, formerly known as the Cultural Arts Council of Plano, Inc. (CACOP), was founded in 1981 as a private non-profit organization to promote the growth and development of emerging community arts groups in Plano.
» View more information at artcentreofplano.org
» Plan a trip to the Art Centre of Plano.
Trip Planner Tip: Use 901 18th Street as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: Downtown Plano Station


Dallas Center for the Performing ArtsAT&T Performing Arts Center
2403 Flora Street, Dallas
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is the most significant complex of its kind to be built since New York City's Lincoln Center. Included in the center are the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre and Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House.
» View more information at attpac.org
» Plan a trip to the AT&T Performing Arts Center
Trip Planner Tip: Use AT&T Performing Arts Center as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail stations: Pearl/Arts District Station and St. Paul Station


The Bath House Cultural Center imageThe Bath House Cultural Center
512 East Lawther Drive, Dallas
The Bath House provides a venue for visual and performing artists from an array of backgrounds and disciplines. The Center houses a 120-seat theater, two gallery spaces, a darkroom and multiple mixed-use spaces. With an energetic atmosphere and exciting programming, it is a hotbed where new work is nurtured and artists meet with audiences to explore the arts.
» View more information at bathhousecultural.com
» Plan a trip to the Bath House Cultural Center.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Bath House Cultural Center as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: White Rock Station


Amon Carter Museum imageAmon Carter Museum
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth
The Amon Carter Museum features exceptional works of major 19th and 20th century American artists, including masterpieces by legendary Western artists Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, plus other magnificent artists like Georgia O'Keeffe and Stuart Davis.
» View more information at cartermuseum.org
» Plan a trip to the Amon Carter Museum.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Fort Worth Intermodal as your destination to plan a trip to Fort Worth on the TRE. From the station, take the T's Route 7 to the Museum District.


Crow Collection logoThe Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art
2010 Flora St., Dallas
Exhibiting works of art from Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia, the Crow Collection of Asian Art offers visitors a peaceful world of beauty and spirituality in the heart of the city.
» View more information at crowcollection.org
» Plan a trip to The Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: St. Paul Station


Dallas Arts District logoDallas Arts District
2010 Flora St., Dallas
The Dallas Arts District is a unique 68-acre, 19-block neighborhood in the heart of the city. A rare jewel that is the centerpiece of the region's cultural life, the District is home to some of the finest architecture in the world. Enhancing the downtown Dallas skyline are buildings by Pritzker Prize winners I.M. Pei, Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Rem Koolhaas and AIA "Gold Medal" recipient Edward Larrabee Barnes. It includes the Dallas Museum of Art, the Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, and more.
» View more information at thedallasartsdistrict.org
» Plan a trip to the Dallas Arts District.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Pearl/Arts District Station as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail stations: Pearl/Arts District Station and St. Paul Station


Dallas Center for Contemporary Art
2801 Swiss Ave., Dallas
The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art spotlights smart art by emerging Texas talents. With more than 15 challenging exhibits each year, the Contemporary features theme shows, solo shows by diverse artists, and outdoor sculpture.
» View more information at dallascontemporary.org
» Plan a trip to the Dallas Center for Contemporary Art.
Trip Planner Tip: Use 2801 Swiss as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: Pearl/Arts District Station


Dallas Museum of Art imageDallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood St., Dallas
The Dallas Museum of Art's collection includes American masterpieces by Church, O'Keeffe and Wyeth, contemporary art by Pollock, Rothko, Warhol and Lichtenstein, European and impressionist art by Renoir, Van Gogh, Cezanne and Monet, and art of the Americas, Africa Asia and the Pacific.
» View more information at dallasmuseumofart.org
» Plan a trip to the Dallas Museum of Art.
Trip Planner Tip: Use DMA as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: St. Paul Station


Hall of State imageThe Hall of State at Fair Park
3939 Grand Ave., Dallas
Built for the 1936 Texas Centennial Celebration, the Hall of State is one of Fair Park's several expansive exhibit halls. Collectively, it is the largest collection of Art Deco buildings in the United States. The magnificent structure has played host to presidents, heads of state and other dignitaries. It is home to the Dallas Historical Society and provides a splendid setting for special events.
» View more information at hallofstate.com
» Plan a trip to the Hall of State.
Nearest DART Rail station: Fair Park Station
Trip Planner Tip: Use Fair Park as your destination.



Irving Arts Center imageIrving Arts Center
3333 North MacArthur Blvd., Irving
The Irving Arts Center houses two state-of-the-art theaters; four galleries; meeting, reception, classroom and rehearsal facilities; and an outdoor sculpture garden on a six-acre site. More than 300 performances are held annually at the center including a full range of performing arts activities, receptions and corporate meetings. Each year, the galleries host more than 20 rotating exhibitions.
» View more information about the Irving Arts Center at irvingartscenter.org
» Plan a trip to the Irving Arts Center.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Irving Arts Center as your destination.


Juanita Craft Civil Rights House imageJuanita Craft Civil Rights House
2618 Warren Ave., Dallas
Juanita Craft was the first black woman to vote in Dallas, the city's first female African American City Council member, and a national delegate to the 1976 Democratic Convention. Her home served as a civil rights "school" to many young African Americans for over 50 years. Today, the home is owned and managed by the city, in conjunction with Black Dallas Inc., to preserve the memory and legacy of the brave leader; to house memorabilia from the civil rights era; and to support educational and cultural activities for youth and the community.
» View more information about the Juanita Craft Civil Rights House at dallasculture.org
» Plan a trip to the Juanita Craft Civil Rights House.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Juanita Craft Civil Rights House as your destination.


Kimbell Art Museum imageKimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth
The Kimbell Art Museum offers a world-class collection of art, with masterpieces from antiquity to the 20th century, including works by El Greco, Cezanne, Rembrandt, Picasso, and Matisse. The Kimbell building, designed by the great American architect Louis Kahn, is widely regarded as one of the most outstanding public art facilities in the world.
» View more information at kimbellart.org
» Plan a trip to the Kimbell Art Museum.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Fort Worth Intermodal as your destination to plan a trip to Fort Worth on the TRE. From the station, take the T's Route 7 to the Museum District.


Latino Cultural Center imageLatino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St., Dallas
The realization of a longtime vision, the Latino Cultural Center preserves, develops and promotes Latino and Hispanic arts and culture in Dallas. It provides artists, cultural organizations and the Latino community with the facilities and opportunities to celebrate their unique gifts. The Center presents quality music, theatre and dance, as well as visual, literary, media and fine arts.

The magnificent new facility, designed by renowned Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, houses a 300-seat theater, a gallery, meeting rooms, an artists' workspace, offices and a plaza suitable for outdoor performances.
» View more information about the Latino Cultural Center at dallasculture.org
» Plan a trip to the Latino Cultural Center.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Latino Cultural Center as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: Deep Ellum Station


Meadows Museum imageMeadows Museum at Southern Methodist University
5900 Bishop Blvd., Dallas
The Meadows Museum was founded by Algur H. Meadows in 1965 for the display and study of Spanish art. The founding collection of Spanish art, the Meadows Museum Collection, includes over 500 works that span the millennium, from the 10th through the 20th century, and form one of the finest collections of Spanish art in the world. The Meadows Museum also stewards the 1400-work University Art Collection, as well as the Master of Fine Arts Collection, which comprises about 150 representative works by graduates of Southern Methodist University's Division of Art.
» View more information at meadowsmuseumdallas.org
» Plan a trip to the Meadows Museum.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Meadows Museum as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: Mockingbird Station


Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth imageModern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth
The Modern showcases masterworks of modern and contemporary American and European art from 1945 to the present, including painting, sculpture, works on paper, and photography.
» View more information at themodern.org
» Plan a trip to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Fort Worth Intermodal as your destination to plan a trip to Fort Worth on the TRE. From the station, take the T's Route 7 to the Museum District.


Nasher Sculpture Center imageNasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St., Dallas
A leading collector of sculpture, Raymond Nasher has lent portions of his collection to the great museums of the world. When he suggested gathering it all in one place - the Nasher Sculpture Center - his proposal garnered international notice. The result is magnificent: an outdoor, roofless museum that forms a peaceful retreat right at the foot of the city's skyline. The collection serves as a who's who of sculpture.
» View more information at nashersculpturecenter.org
» Plan a trip to the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Nasher Sculpture Center as your destination.
Nearest DART Rail station: St. Paul Station


Oak Cliff Cultural CenterOak Cliff Cultural Center
223 W. Jefferson Blvd., Dallas
The newly renovated Oak Cliff Cultural Center, with its art gallery and multi-purpose studio, will continue in the tradition of the Ice House Cultural Center and will begin a new era of artistic and cultural opportunity.
» View more information about the Oak Cliff Cultural Center at dallasculture.org
» Plan a trip to the Oak Cliff Cultural Center.
Trip Planner Tip: Use 223 W Jefferson as your destination.


Richardson Civic Art Society
Most shows at 900 Civic Center Drive, Richardson
The Richardson Civic Art Society is a volunteer-run organization supporting the visual arts. Most of the Richardson Civic Art Society shows are held in the Richardson Public Library, located on the southwest corner of Arapaho and Central Expressway.
» View more information about the Richardson Civic Art Society at richardson-arts.org
» Plan a trip to the Richardson Public Library.
Trip Planner Tip: Use Richardson Public Library as your destination.


South Dallas Cultural Center imageSouth Dallas Cultural Center
3400 South Fitzhugh Ave., Dallas
The South Dallas Cultural Center features a 100-seat black box theater; a visual arts gallery; studios for dance; two-dimensional arts; ceramics; printmaking; and photography. The Center also has a full service digital recording studio and an education program in digital recording technology for youth and adults. The 18,000 square-foot facility is located diagonally across from the SuperPages.com Center at Fair Park.
» View more information about the South Dallas Cultural Center at dallasculture.org
» Plan a trip to the South Dallas Cultural Center.
Trip Planner Tip: Use South Dallas Cultural Center as your destination.




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