School of Arts and Humanities News

UT Dallas Professors Make it a "Late Night"

Two members of the Arts and Humanities faculty at UT Dallas will take part in the Late Nights program at the Dallas Museum of Art this Friday, Aug. 20.

Frank Dufour will give a brief presentation about his favorite work of art at 9:00 pm, and Susan Briante will give a poetry reading at 9:30 pm

The DMA’s Late Nights program allows guests to interact with artists, from poets to sculptors, with an evening of performances, Creativity Challenges, artist demos, and artist talks. The event runs from 6 pm – 12 am

During the Late Night on Aug. 20, DMA members get a sneak peek of the new exhibition African Masks: The Art of Disguise before it opens to the public on Sunday, Aug. 22.

General admission for the DMA: $10 for adults, $7 for ages 65 and older, $5 for students with ID, free for kids under 12, free for DMA members.

Visit LateNights at the DMA for more information.