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Kimball Art Museum – Fort Worth

The special exhibition, Flesh and Blood: Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum, has been extended through July. Visitors will have another opportunity to experience these magnificent Renaissance and Baroque works rarely seen outside of Naples, Italy.
The Kimbell Art Museum is now open to the public with new guidelines instituted for staff and visitors that support state and local health and safety recommendations. 

The Modern Art Museum – Fort Worth

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents the exhibition Mark Bradford: End Papers. Curated by Michael Auping, former Chief Curator at the Modern, this exhibition focuses upon the key material and fundamental motif the artist employed early in his career and has returned to periodically over the past two decades.
Masks are required the entire time visitors are in the Museum. In accordance with local and state guidelines, capacity in the Museum will be limited to allow for appropriate social distancing. 

Frontiers of Flight Museum – Dallas

Experience the stories of the men and women who went higher, faster, farther and first in aviation and space flight
The Museum will operate at 25% capacity with staff and volunteers monitoring visitor numbers. Floor decals and directional signage are in place throughout the Museum. Plexi-glass partitions have been installed at the admissions desk and store. Masks required over age 3. All interactive exhibits and touchscreens are closed.

Perot Museum – Dallas

Something for everyone – Lamar Hunt Family , Texas Instruments Engineering and Innovation Hall, Reese-Jones Foundation Dynamic Earth Hall and more
Scheduled to reopen July 9th with safety measures in place. Purchase your tickets with timed entry in advance  Only groups of 10 or less may purchase. Contactless entry available and limited number of guests allowed on elevators.

Museum of Biblical Arts – Dallas

Exhibits Jewish and Christian themed art. Currently on display: “Andy Warhol, Jewish Heroes and Icons” and “Ancient Maps of Jerusalem”

Social distancing is encouraged. Some attractions may be closed for safety reasons.

Victory Park’s favorite interactive museum is with its latest exhibit Intangible, a Fiber Fairytale. Sweet Tooth Hotel’s latest artists in residency have been working for months to bring the museum’s fiber fairytale to life – including yarn bombs, pompoms, latch-hook art and more.

Tickets must be purchased online and time slots to include no more than 10 guests per entry period. Nose and mouth coverings are required during the check-in process and recommended throughout the exhibits. Guests will have their temperatures checked upon arrival.
Image source: Mathew T. Rader


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