LocationDallas Museum of Art View map
1717 North Harwood,
Dallas, TX, 75201
- Website: https://dma.org/art/exhibitions/mygration
- Line/Box Office Phone: 214/922-1200
- Cost: Free
Inspired by the diversity of Dallas, this installation of works in the Dallas Museum of Art's Center for Creative Connections (C3) traces the migration of people, objects, and ideas in art across times and cultures.
Composed of works from the DMA’s collection, My|gration highlights the contributions of artists who immigrated to the United States, examines how the movement of people is expressed through art, and illuminates ways cross-cultural connections inform artistic production.
Changes to immigration policy and the recognition that nearly a quarter of all Dallas residents were born in a different country together inspired My|gration. The exhibition was developed by the DMA’s Education department with input from Museum visitors, local artists, and community organizations.
Now available on YouTube: Virtual Boshell Lecture: Backpack Biographies: Archaeological Accounts of Migrant Suffering and Survival in the US-Mexico Borderlands
Anthropologist Dr. Cameron Gokee will talk about the Undocumented Migrant Project, which studies migrant experience along the Mexico-US border through an archaeological study of material culture found along common border crossing sites.