Programs and Partnerships


The DFW Art History Network (DFWAHN)

offers a bi-monthly newsletter and directory of art historians in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, to facilitate exchange and communication among art historians in the region. .

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The Texas Fund for Curatorial Research

established to promote, support, and sustain advanced curatorial scholarship in North Texas Museums.

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  • Texas Fund for Curatorial Research projects underway include:
    • Amon Carter Museum of American Art:
      • Research on Photography and Native America.

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      • Development and organization of the exhibition Marsden Hartley in Mexico.

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    • Dallas Museum of Art:
      • Digitization of the DMA photography of art exhibitions from
        1949 to 2002.

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      • Research on an exhibition Gauguin in the Studio: Brittany-Tahiti-Paris.

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    • Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art:
      • Creation of an objects database for the collection.

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    • Nasher Sculpture Center:
      • NSC XCHANGE, a project documenting 10 artist installations as part of the Center’s tenth anniversary.

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Conservation Science Initiatives

in collaboration with:

  • Dallas Museum of Art
  • Amon Carter Museum of American Art

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science

An initiative to develop interpretive digital interactive games

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The Census of French Sculpture in American Collections,

a national archival research project.

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The Gauguin Catalogue Raisonné

in collaboration with the Wildenstein Institute in Paris, France.

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The Yale Series of Books on the History and Theory of Art Museums

A series of commissioned volumes on art museums published by Yale University Press, edited by Richard Brettell.

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James Magee: The Hill

Support for the research and the publication of the book James Magee The Hill.

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