LocationKimbell Art Museum View map
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.,
Fort Worth, TX, 76107
- Website: https://kimbellart.org
- Line/Box Office Phone: 817/332-8451
- Cost: Free
- Ages: All ages
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15), the Kimbell Art Museum will offer a selection of programs celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Latin America and Spanish-speaking communities. Visitors can participate in on-site and virtual opportunities, including drop-in art-making activities inspired by the permanent collection, a film series exploring archaeological discoveries in South and Central America, and two dual-language story times on Facebook Live.
Film Series: High Ground, Under Water: Ancient Sites in South and Central America
Archaeologists working at ancient sites in present-day Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, and Bolivia share recent findings about influential cultures that once dominated territories across South and Central America. Spectacular footage—from ceremonial centers perched high in the Andes to sacred underwater caves in the Yucatan—complements expert commentaries on the interconnectedness of humans and environment, religion and state power.
Held in the Kahn Auditorium
Free; no registration required. Space is limited.
Every weekend of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will celebrate connections with artists and artworks from across the Spanish-speaking world—from ancient Mexico to modern Barcelona! Families are invited to explore gallery connections and create original artworks inspired by Kimbell masterpieces.
Held on the West Portico at the Kahn Building
Free; no registration required. While supplies last.
Sunday, September 19
2pm film series: Breaking the Maya Code: Discovering Remnants of the Mayans (2007, 116 min.)
1–3pm activities: Patterned Pendants
Sunday, September 26
2pm film series: Lake Titicaca, The Sea of the Tiwanaku (2016, 26 min.)
The Sacred Geography of the Incas (2018, 26 min.)
1–3pm activities: Our Family Table: Still-Life Paintings
Sunday, October 3
2pm film series: The Great Maya Aquifer (2018, 58 min.)
1–3pm activities: Totally Awesome Headdresses
Sunday, October 10
2pm film series: Maya Astrology: An Instrument of Political Power (2016, 26 min.)
Teotihuacan: The Birth of a Metropolis (2018, 26 min.)
1–3pm activities: Modern Portraits with Miró
Pictures and Pages / Fotos y Libros
Find a comfy spot and prepare to travel to another world. Join on Facebook Live for a theatrical story time presented in English and Spanish—just for kids. Free; no registration required.
Tuesday, October 5 at 11am: Paletero Man, by Lucky Diaz; illustrated by Micah Player
Sunday, October 10 at 1pm: Where Are You From?, by Yamile Saied Méndez; illustrated by Jaime Kim