Dallas is a city full of artWhere else can you find museum-quality art in a professional football stadium or on the corner of a busy intersection downtown? Take a walk out of your dallas apartment and head on over to one of these prime examples of the Dallas art scene:
Public ArtWalk Dallas
Discover fabulous art in Dallas by taking a self-guided tour with Public ArtWalk Dallas. The 3.3-mile journey through downtown and the Dallas Arts District begins at the Nasher Sculpture Center and highlights city favorites like the floating sculpture at Dallas City Hall, Fountain Place and the spiral-shaped tower at Thanks-Giving Square.
One look at the Cowboys Stadium and you'll have no problem seeing why it's called, among other things, a work of art. Aside from being the home of "America's Team," the stadium is also home to a unique collection of artwork. Take a tour of the stadium and peruse the works of 21 commissioned and original works by established and emerging artists.
The Meadows Museum
Visit Spain without leaving the state. The Meadows Museum, located on the campus of Southern Methodist University, houses one of the largest collections of Spanish art outside of Spain. The collection dates from the 10th to the 21st centuries and covers a wide range of artists including El Greco, Velázquez and Goya.