Late Nights at the DMA

The Dallas Museum of Art celebrated it's 111th birthday during its Late Nights program, Friday, January 17, 2014. Live music from Brave Combo and Diana Dill Savage, along with yoga for kids, creating mixed media birthday hats, bedtime stories with Arturo, lectures and book signings, and the Edward Hopper exhibit were all part of the celebration. Six-year-old Benjamin Adams had a birds eye view of the dance floor from the shoulders of his father, Brandon Adams. Mr. Adams celebrated his birthday dancing to Brave Combo at the museum's festivities.

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Late Nights at the DMA is a monthly festivity featuring performances, concerts, film screenings, tours, family activities and more. Engage in friendly competition at the March event, which boasts a “game night” theme. Sip on a cocktail while you play lotería, a game of chance, or visit one of three jigsaw puzzle stations around the galleries (6 p.m.). Explore games with origins in different countries, from mancala in Africa to backgammon in Iran (6:30 p.m.). The 21-and-older crowd can enjoy an adults-only gaming area, complete with beer and wine (7:30 p.m.). Grab your friends and compete against other teams in a game of “Boss Battle,” (8:30 p.m.), then test your pop culture knowledge in a round of Geeks Who Drink pub trivia (9:30 p.m.).

March 16 from 6 p.m. to midnight.

$10, $5 for students with valid ID.

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