AT&T Performing Arts Center
The AT&T Performing Arts Center encompasses 10 acres within the downtown Dallas Arts District. The center includes the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Annette Strauss Square and Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park. The AT&T PAC presents a variety of programs year-round in its indoor and outdoor performance venues, including the Lexus Broadway Series, Brinker International Forum, JAZZ ROOTS and, in association with TITAS, contemporary dance and music, as well as other touring and community performances.
Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House
The Winspear Opera House seats 2,200 in its Margaret McDermott Performance Hall. The design of the performance hall is a 21st century interpretation of the classic horseshoe configuration, designed to provide excellent sight lines and acoustics. Performance companies include the Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico, New Texas Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, The Dallas Opera and the contemporary dance company TITAS.
Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre
The Wyly Theatre seats up to 600 for performances of classical and experimental theatre, contemporary dance, musical performances, lectures and more. The world’s only vertical theatre, the innovative design creates ultimate performance flexibility. With mechanized seating towers, the theatre can transform from a proscenium to thrust to flat floor configurations, removing limitations for artistic directors. Performance companies include the Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Dallas Theater Center.
Nasher Sculpture Center
The Nasher Sculpture Center opened in 2003 as the first institution in the world dedicated exclusively to the exhibition of modern and contemporary sculpture with a collection of global significance at its foundation. The 55,000-square-foot-building and 1.4-acre sculpture garden occupy a city block in the heart of the Arts District. Considered to be one of the foremost collections of modern and contemporary sculpture in the world, the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection features more than 300 sculptures dating from the late 19th century to the present.
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
The Meyerson, permanent home of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, was created by internationally renowned design team, architect I.M. Pei and acoustician Russell Johnson. Since its grand opening celebration, the legendary rich sound of the Meyerson’s Eugene McDermott Concert Hall has made it a premier destination for the world’s finest soloists and conductors.
Crow Collection of Asian Art
The Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art is nestled like a small jewel in Dallas’ Arts District, offering visitors a glimpse of a world possessing serene beauty and spirituality in the heart of a bustling city.
Dallas Museum of Art
The DMA’s global collection contains more than 24,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years of human creativity. The growing collection includes one of the most important museum holdings of modern and contemporary art in the United States, as well as strong holdings of the arts of the ancient Americas, Africa and South Asia, and in European and American painting, sculpture and decorative arts. The Dallas Museum of Art welcomes more than 600,000 visitors each year and offers eight to ten special exhibitions annually, along with more than 2,000 activities and programs.