Psychedelic Robot Pop-up Museum

Women take photos inside artwork by Not.Travis inside a new pop-up art installation called Psychedelic Robot on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at The Crescent in Dallas. The space features work by 13 artists.

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Like Meow Wolf in Santa Fe and Color Factory in New York City, Psychedelic Robot — a temporary “immersive, interactive pop-up museum” by Bivens Gallery in the Crescent Hotel — aims to show off art as accessible, touchable and Instagrammable. “Stepping inside ... is like entering a street artist’s painting,” writes GuideLive editor Sarah Blaskovich. “Here, in a world of rainbow-swirl spray paint and life-sized robots, wanderers can sit on a splatter-painted couch. Just hope the paint’s already dry.” Extended through Nov. 15, the installation is open to all ages and, unlike many fine art exhibitions, patrons are encouraged to snap photos and selfies for shares. Before you go: Take a virtual tour through photos on guidelive.com.

This immersive, interactive pop-up museum is centered on custom art exhibitions created by internationally recognized artists, many of whom will be present at the installation and interacting with guests. From an enchanted forest that drapes the audience in a curtain of white and ice blue to stepping into the night sky surrounded by constellations, the installations are designed to provide an experience audiences will want to capture and share.

Tickets range from one-hour passes to all-access experiences. Pre-purchase is necessary for most packages. Artwork and merchandise are also available for purchase.

Spookedelic Robot's Halloween Party Oct. 25 from 6 to 10 p.m. with live performance by Danielle Georgiou Dance Group, new activations by the Color Condition, light bites and refreshments, prizes and giveaways. Tickets are $75 per person.
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