Chynna Oliver takes a photograph in front of a wall during a soft opening night at Rainbow Vomit on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019. Rainbow Vomit is a new immersive art installation that will open on Saturday, January 19, 2019. (Shaban Athuman/The Dallas Morning News)

Chynna Oliver takes a photograph in front of a wall during a soft opening night at Rainbow Vomit on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019. Rainbow Vomit is a new immersive art installation that will open on Saturday, January 19, 2019. (Shaban Athuman/The Dallas Morning News)

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If there was one trend that dominated Dallas-Fort Worth in 2018, it was the pop-up art experience. But a new year means new selfie opportunities.

Rainbow Vomit in Dallas and Snap 151 in Fort Worth are the latest so-called immersive art exhibits hoping to crowd your Instagram feed. We've written extensively about these kinds of attractions. About their pros (making art accessible to younger generations) and cons (peddling DIY craft projects as legit art). 

Whether you're fan or foe, you can expect concepts like this to continue popping up. Take a peek inside via the photos below before you buy a ticket. 

Rainbow Vomit

Located near Fair Park in Dallas, Rainbow Vomit promises guests will "experience the beauty of the rainbow as it bursts from the seams of a comic-strip gone haywire," according to a statement. It's inhabits a 2,600-square-foot space outfitted with 6,000 LEDs, 50 pounds of glitter and five miles of ribbon. There's also said to a "secret unicorn."

Rainbow Vomit is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and runs through Feb. 18. Tickets cost $20-25 and buy one hour in the space. More deets.

Snap 151

Snap 151 is unabashedly billed as a "selfie-centric space... born out of the desire to create a space with whimsy and fun for Fort Worth, powered by a photogenic color palette, that is equally enjoyed in both the physical environment and digitally." Make sure your phone is charged. 

The attraction technically closed on Jan. 27, but is hosting two doggy days Feb. 2-3 so Instagrammers can get the perfect snap with their pooch. Tickets cost $35 per human and dog couple. More deets.

More to come

The creators of the Sweet Tooth Hotel in Dallas' Victory Park are expanding this spring. Expect a discotheque vibe with a bar and convertible car that patrons can "drive." The car won't move, but it'll look like it is based on the moving projections in the room, as we previously reported.

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