FAQ

Have a question? Please look through the FAQ below and see if one provides an answer. If your question is not answered below, please submit your inquiry to sarah@dallasartsdistrict.org.


What Does Dallas Arts District Do?

Dallas Arts District is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves as an advocate for the venues and organizations in the Dallas Arts District and as a representative of the Dallas Arts District as a whole, both internally and externally. For more information about us, please visit our About Us page.

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What are the hours of the Arts District?

There are no “hours” of the Dallas Arts District. Each venue has its own hours of operation, depending on special programming and performances. For specific venue hours, please contact the individual venues. For a full list of venue contact information, please visit our General Contact Information page.

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How much is admission?

There is no admission to the Dallas Arts District itself, however, admission is typically charged at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Nasher Sculpture Center and performing arts venues, unless there is a special event. Admission to the Crow Collection of Asian Art and Klyde Warren Park is always free, as well as general admission for the Dallas Museum of Art. For specific admission prices and other ticket prices, please contact the individual venues and organizations. For a full list of venue contact information, please visit our General Contact Information page.

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What is there to do?

Almost every day of the week, there is something to do in the Dallas Arts District. For a full listing of events, please visit our Calendar page.

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How do I get to the Dallas Arts District?

For Google Map directions and a map of the Dallas Arts District, please visit our Map page.

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Where do I park?

There are several parking options in the Dallas Arts District. For a listing of parking options in the Dallas Arts District, please visit our Map page. For more parking options in downtown Dallas, please visit YourDspot.com.

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I want to take a tour of the Arts District, who do I talk to?

You can register for a public tour of the district on our Tours page. For a private tour of the Dallas Arts District, please call 214.744.6642 or email sarah@dallasartsdistrict.org. Reservations are required for both public and private tours.

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Are there museums in the district?

There are three museums in the Dallas Arts District: The Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. For more information about the museums and other venues in the Dallas Arts District, please visit our Venues page.

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Are there performances in the district?

There are many performances in the Dallas Arts District. For a full listing of performances and other events, please visit our Calendar page.

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Where do I eat?

There are many dining options in the Dallas Arts District. For a full list of dining options in the Dallas Arts District, please visit our Dining page. For more downtown dining options, please visit YourDspot.com.

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What hotels are in the area?

There are many hotels near the Dallas Arts District. For a full listing of hotels, please visit our Hotels page. For more hotel options downtown, please visit YourDspot.com.

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I want to organize a private event in the Arts District, who do I talk to?

To organize a private event in one of the venues in the Dallas Arts District, you must contact the individual venue. For a full list of venue contact information, please visit our General Contact Information page.

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I want to organize a performance in the Arts District, who do I talk to?

To organize a performance in one of the venues in the Dallas Arts District, you must contact the venue itself. For a full list of venue contact information, please visit our General Contact Information page.

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Can I sell artwork to the museums in the district?

Unfortunately, you cannot sell artwork to the museums in the district. The museums primarily feature their permanent collections and traveling exhibitions.

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I am a teacher planning field trips for my students. Who do I talk to organize that?

For field trips, you must contact the venue you are planning on visiting. For a full list of venue contact information, please visit our General Contact Information page.

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How do I find a job in the Arts District?

Unfortunately, there is no job bank for the Dallas Arts District as a whole. You can look at the individual venue and organization websites, or you can search through the Texas Nonprofit Job Bank.

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What happened to the Arts District Alliance/Arts District Friends?

The Arts District Alliance/Friends was an organization that preceded Dallas Arts District. The Alliance/Friends were primarily membership based, and prior to the opening of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, stakeholders in the Dallas Arts District felt it was best to form a new organization that would perform broad marketing and planning functions as well. Dallas Arts District still continues the memberships previously offered by the Alliance/Friends, offering all the same benefits and much more. The Alliance/Friends organization is no longer in existence. For more information about Dallas Arts District membership, please visit our Become A Member page.

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Coming Up

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The Nutcracker

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Bronfman Performs Brahms Piano Concerto No 1

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The people who make this happen

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