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Cafe Modern
Jun 26, 2014

Farm To Fork Vegetarian Wine Dinner
Chef Dena is to prepare an exclusive, vegetarian, five-course menu using products from local farmers. Each course is to be paired with wine.

$85, $69 for members (tax and gratuity not included)

 

Menu and Featured wines are as follows:

Course 1: Summer Vegetable Spring Rolls with Jalapeno-Peanut Sauce
Paired with  Joel Gott Sauvingon Blanc        

Course 2: Curried Kale Salad with Crispy Papadam and Texas Pecans
Paired with Billhook White Blend

Art Camp
Jun 26, 2014

Ages 7-8: June 23-27
9 am-noon
$135; Modern members $125

This camp is led by two artists, and campers rotate between two classrooms of studio instruction. Snacks are provided.

Online registration begins Friday, March 28.
For questions, please call 817.840.2121 or e-mail childrensprograms@themodern.org.

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In the Moment
Jun 25, 2014

In the Moment at the Modern: A Program for People with Memory Loss
Fourth Wednesdays, 10 am and 2 pm

This special program is designed for people with memory loss and their caregivers. Participants experience works of art at the Modern through intimate conversations with docents and thoughtful projects designed by the Museum’s education staff. Two sessions are offered the fourth Wednesday of each month, with space for up 20 participants at both 10 am and 2 pm. This free program includes admission to the galleries and all materials.

In the Moment
Jun 25, 2014

In the Moment at the Modern: A Program for People with Memory Loss
Fourth Wednesdays, 10 am and 2 pm

This special program is designed for people with memory loss and their caregivers. Participants experience works of art at the Modern through intimate conversations with docents and thoughtful projects designed by the Museum’s education staff. Two sessions are offered the fourth Wednesday of each month, with space for up 20 participants at both 10 am and 2 pm. This free program includes admission to the galleries and all materials.

Art Camp
Jun 25, 2014

Ages 7-8: June 23-27
9 am-noon
$135; Modern members $125

This camp is led by two artists, and campers rotate between two classrooms of studio instruction. Snacks are provided.

Online registration begins Friday, March 28.
For questions, please call 817.840.2121 or e-mail childrensprograms@themodern.org.

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Art Camp
Jun 24, 2014

Ages 7-8: June 23-27
9 am-noon
$135; Modern members $125

This camp is led by two artists, and campers rotate between two classrooms of studio instruction. Snacks are provided.

Online registration begins Friday, March 28.
For questions, please call 817.840.2121 or e-mail childrensprograms@themodern.org.

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Art Camp
Jun 23, 2014

Ages 7-8: June 23-27
9 am-noon
$135; Modern members $125

This camp is led by two artists, and campers rotate between two classrooms of studio instruction. Snacks are provided.

Online registration begins Friday, March 28.
For questions, please call 817.840.2121 or e-mail childrensprograms@themodern.org.

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Magnolia at the Modern
Jun 22, 2014

“Within China, the authorities can position the arrest and subsequent censoring of artist-turned-folk hero Ai Weiwei any way they please. Abroad, however, Ai’s supporters have been treated to a much more candid version of events through his conceptual art exports, by following his social-media use and via documentaries that offer his side of the story.

Magnolia at the Modern
Jun 22, 2014

“Within China, the authorities can position the arrest and subsequent censoring of artist-turned-folk hero Ai Weiwei any way they please. Abroad, however, Ai’s supporters have been treated to a much more candid version of events through his conceptual art exports, by following his social-media use and via documentaries that offer his side of the story.

Magnolia at the Modern
Jun 22, 2014

“Within China, the authorities can position the arrest and subsequent censoring of artist-turned-folk hero Ai Weiwei any way they please. Abroad, however, Ai’s supporters have been treated to a much more candid version of events through his conceptual art exports, by following his social-media use and via documentaries that offer his side of the story.

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