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, family activities and more. This month’s event will celebrate women artists throughout history with talks, tours, and several exhibitions including Berthe Morisot, Woman Impressionist and Women Artists in Europe from the Monarchy to Modernism.

$10, $5 for students with valid ID, free for kids 11 and younger.

Late Night Talk -- 7 p.m. Join Bridget Quinn, writer, art historian, and educator, for a talk about the lives and careers of 15 female artists from 1600 to the present day.

Late Night Main Stage -- 8 p.m. Enjoy an upbeat and electric performance by Denton-based pop singer-songwriter Jessie Frye. Frye effortlessly appeals to the mass of emotions that roll and churn inside the hearts of anyone within earshot.

Late Night Talk -- 9 p.m. Join Jason Porath, author, illustrator, and creator of the hit blog Rejected Princesses, for a talk about women of history and myth who, for one reason or another, would never be considered for the animated princess treatment.

After Hours Showcase -- 10 p.m. Listen to psychedelic pop rock performed by the all-female group Pearl Earl. Based out of Denton, this group’s first EP, Karaoke Superstar, was nominated for Best EP in the Dallas Observer Music Awards.

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