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The Nasher Sculpture Center is a museum dedicated to the display and study of modern and contemporary sculpture.
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Join us now for the last day of the 2020 Graduate Symposium featuring a roundtable with the graduate student presenters at 1 p.m., followed by a keynote address from Director of , Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, at 2 p.m. Watch now:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 29
Artist Bernardo Vallarino wrestles with themes of human suffering and social injustice in the inaugural installation ‘Pedacitos de Paz.’
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 29
Thank you to those who watched the Graduate Symposium student presentations. Tomorrow at 2 p.m. Director of , Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev will present a keynote address on . Watch:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 29
Day 3 of the Graduate Symposium is live! Today's presenters are: Sarah Bernhardt, : Participation and Promise, the Culinary Interventions of Michael Rakowitz Amalia Nangeroni, : Michael Rakowitz's Projects of Reappearing
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Dallas Morning News Oct 29
The Nasher is placing North Texas artists front and center in a new public art project
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 28
Tomorrow, Oct 29, 7 p.m. CDT, Nasher and educators come together to explore the enduring qualities of ’s art in a FREE virtual workshop. Enjoy slow looking exercises that encourage meaning-making. Register now:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 28
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Today's presentations: Eliza Harrison,: The Culture of Loss in the Digital Age:Michael Rakowitz's The invisible enemy should not exist and the Politics of Reconstruction. Ava Hess,: They Destroy, We Rebuild:(Un)settling Syrian Heritage in the American Museum
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 28
Day 2 of the Graduate Symposium, which features graduate research on , is live now! Tune in:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 27
The Graduate Symposium starts now! Today’s presenters are: Austin Bailey, :"A Cartesian Theater of Western Imperialism: The Politics and Poetics of Michael Rakowitz." Brandon Sward, :"The Politics of Translation." Watch:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 27
Haven't the foggiest idea what time it is? We’re here to let you know it’s . Like a haunted house, Ann Veronica Janssens’ ‘Blue, Red and Yellow’ uses artificial fog to disorientate those who step inside the structure. Learn more:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 26
Join us tomorrow for the first day of the 2020 Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium, which will be broadcasted here: Make sure to click ‘get notified’ at add the event to your calendar.
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Dallas PublicLibrary Oct 25
We're taking storytime out of the library! Tune in for songs and stories live from the Nasher Sculpture Center, Weds. 10/28 at 10:30am. This program is virtual ONLY and intended for children ages 0-5 yrs. Register:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 25
Happy ! We hope that you take time today to explore the Nasher either virtually or safely in person as we continue to create occasions to connect our visitors with art and each other.
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 23
Want more of ? His full artist interview is now LIVE on our YouTube channel! Watch now and subscribe so that you’ll never miss any Virtual ‘til Midnight content from your favorite local artists:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 22
Happy Birthday to the 2020 Laureate, , whose work wrestles in revelatory ways with complex questions of history, heritage, and identity. Learn more about Rakowitz Oct. 27-30 during the 2020 Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 21
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Find Dehner’s prints and sculpture on view in ‘Resist/Release.’
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 21
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In both ‘Grid Lock’ and ‘Low Landscape No. 3’ Dehner’s lyrical sensibilities are evident. Within her sculpture, she gives dimensionality to positive and negative spaces which are present in her prints, allowing the viewer to become enveloped within her topography.
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 21
used drawings, prints, and sculptures to express a steady artistic vision. In examining her work, one becomes aware of how her sculptures—which were formed later in her career—were created in relation to her work on paper.
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 21
Join us for Art and Health: The Power of Playfulness today at 4:30 p.m. The virtual workshop is led by Bonnie Pitman, Distinguished Scholar in Residence at , and explores the value of play while looking at art. Register now:
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Nasher Sculpture Center Oct 20
Join us Oct. 27-30 for the 2020 Graduate Symposium featuring research relating to the art and practice of moderated by Dr. Nada Shabout with a keynote address from Carolyn Christov-Bargargiev. Learn More:
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