Student & Family Events

3.26.17 Students respond to Pierre Huyghe

In celebration of the launch of a student-created ‘zine, the Nasher will host an afternoon featuring music, interactive projects, and a student poetry inspired by themes in Pierre Huyghe’s work. 

4.1.17 Free Admission

Bring the kids and enjoy free admission and fun family programming on the first Saturday of every month. Presented by Target.

April Big Idea: Repetition
Art Project: Double Trouble Butterflies 

4.15.17 Audubon Texas at Trinity River Audubon Center
For families at the Moore Circle Membership level and above, visit the Audubon Texas at Trinity River Audubon Center to celebrate birds! See live owls, hawks, and a turkey vulture. Watch homing pigeons deliver a secret message. Enjoy bird dancing, music, and food.
5.6.17 Free Admission

Bring the kids and enjoy free admission and fun family programming on the first Saturday of every month. Presented by Target.

May Big Idea: Pattern
Art Project: Pattern Frames  

6.3.17 Free Admission

Bring the kids and enjoy free admission and fun family programming on the first Saturday of every month. Presented by Target.

June Big Idea: Detail
Art Project: Detail Portrait 

6.5.17 - 6.9.17

Explore the world around you! Discover how artists can be inspired by nature and use natural materials in their artwork. Take an art walk each morning and create your own sculpture garden. 

7.1.17 Free Admission

Bring the kids and enjoy free admission and fun family programming on the first Saturday of every month. Presented by Target.

July Big Idea: Journeys
Art Project: Journey Journal 

7.10.17 - 7.14.17 Modern and Contemporary Art

Museum Forum for Teachers: Modern and Contemporary Art is an immersive week-long summer program for educators presented by The Warehouse, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Kimbell Art Museum, and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

7.19.17 - 7.21.17 Summer Architecture Workshop
Join architect and educator Peter Goldstein, AIA for a one day, in-depth look at the intersection of natural and built environments in the Dallas Arts District. Students with a strong interest in architecture, art, and design are encouraged to sign up for the Destination Dallas Summer Architecture workshop.