March 4, 2019


A special night at the museum

Nasher Sculpture Center is one of our favorite places for an art-filled afternoon in Dallas. Beyond its spacious lawns and world-class exhibitions, it has programs that make art accessible to all. Case in point: Camp Nasher, an evening of activities geared for children with sensory processing challenges and their families. The March 7 event includes scavenger hunts, art-making stations, twilight story time, and activity tables from community partners such as Dallas Museum of Art and the Dallas Zoo. The evening will also include a quiet room where children with auditory concerns can relax and regroup from the stimuli outside.

It’s an event that reinforces the Nasher’s ongoing commitment to maintaining an inclusive and accessible environment where visitors of all ages and abilities can learn about and enjoy art. They have lots more on the calendar ahead including free admission during the Spring Break at the Nasher event on March 12. Check out the event calendar for more.

The Details: Nasher Sculpture Center, 2001 Flora Street. Thursday, March 7. 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Free Admission for all participants. Siblings welcome. Click Here to Register.