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Step Inside the Newest Exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art: Hopi Visions

2018-01-11 / Ashley Turner

Get a behind the scenes look at the DMA's newest exhibit.

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How to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Dallas

2018-01-10 / Gabby Johnson

Honor Dr. King's life and legacy with celebrations around the city.

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How to Make Dallas a Part of Your New Year's Resolution

2018-01-09 / Jamina Tribbett

Experience Dallas in a new way this year by making the city a part of your New Year's Resolution.

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Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe

The Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe is a 19th century Roman Catholic cathedral church that highlights the religious plurality in Dallas. Overseeing the second largest Catholic church membership in the United States, the cathedral is a standout landmark in Downtown Dallas, particularly due to its neo-gothic façade.

Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art

The Crow Collection of Asian Art is one of only a handful of museums in the country dedicated solely to the arts and cultures of Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. Experience a peaceful world of beauty and spirituality in the heart of the city with pieces dating from 3500 B.C. to the early 20th century. Don't miss a glimpse at precious jade ornaments from China, delicate Japanese scrolls and a rarely seen 2-by-28 foot sandstone façade of an 18th century Indian residence.

Latino Cultural Center

The Latino Cultural Center serves at the regional promoter of Latino arts and culture via special events, art galleries, and fun activities that aim to fuel local interest in the region. The lively purple and orange exterior of this center perfectly embodies the vibrant cultures of Latin America, something is definitely worth admiring.

African American Museum

The African American Museum, the only one of its kind in the Southwest, promotes an educational approach to the African American/ African art scene. By making use of various types of expositions, the museum hopes to exhibit works that highlight the talented and culturally-rich nature of the African/African American community.

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