Late Nights

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! Be sure to check out our Late Night Video on YouTube! 

TICKET PRICES:
$10 public (some exhibitions require an additional $10 ticket)
$5 students (with valid ID)
FREE for DMA Members
FREE for children 11 and under

 

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Format: 10/17/18

Late Nights

Third Fridays, 6:00 p.m.–midnight

No need to travel to experience the wonders of the world! On Friday, October 19 go global during our fall Street Festival as we celebrate the reopening of the Crow Museum. Explore the DMA’s encyclopedic collection with tours, music, talks, and art activities inspired by South America, ancient Greece, Asia, Europe, and America.

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Performances in the Galleries

Listen to traditional Chinese music performed by members of the Dallas Huayun Chinese Orchestra. Featuring Anita Hu, Xiaoyu Ma, and Daxin Chen, the trio will perform on the guzheng, yangqin, and erhu. 
9:30 and 11:00 p.m., Friday, October 19

Late Night Happy Hour Performance

Kick off the evening with an exciting mix of music from South America, Cuba and Mexico. Blending instrumental and vocal Latin music, this trio features Yoban Quijones on guitar and vocals, David Lee Schloss on tenor sax, soprano sax, and flute, and Jorge Ginorio on percussion. 
6:00 p.m., Friday, October 19

Late Night Talk

Go behind the scenes of the popular website Atlas Obscura with founder Dylan Thuras. Hear how this crowdsourced atlas of the world's hidden wonders came about, and discover some favorite entries from the last 10 years.
7:00 p.m., Friday, October 19

Late Night Talk

Archaeologist Dr. John Hale will tell the story behind the rediscovery of the world's first analog computer, found in a 2,000-year-old shipwreck off the coast of Greece. Find out how this ancient computer worked and what it was used for. 
9:00 p.m., Friday, October 19