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Jul 16, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 17, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 17, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 17, 2016

"Angst is more a plot device than a way of (undead) life in David Ruhm's Therapy for a Vampire, in which a bored bloodsucker in 1930s Vienna seeks help from Dr. Sigmund Freud. Help doesn't come from the couch but from a possible new love in a comedy that's more cutely diverting than laugh-out-loud funny." John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter.

87 minutes; German with English subtitles 

Jul 19, 2016
Day for Night, 1973
Directed by François Truffaut
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Tuesday Evenings at the Modern: Films is an extension of the very popular lecture series Tuesday Evenings at the Modern, which is offered 10 weeks in the spring and fall of each year, this film-based weekly program runs through the summer months and strives to continue the consideration of ideas and issues pertaining to the art and architecture of the Modern and to contemporary art in general.   
 
Studio Programs
Jul 25, 2016

(This class is FULL, please email to be added to the wait list)
Ages 14-17: July 25-29, 9 am-3 pm
Members $225, Nonmembers $250

This class for our oldest campers offers a week of creative thinking and artmaking, with an artist as their guide. Lunch is provided each day.
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Studio Programs
Jul 25, 2016

Museum Forum for Teachers: Modern and Contemporary Art
July 25, 2016 - July 29, 2016
10 am - 4 pm, daily
Museum Forum for Teachers: Modern and Contemporary Art is an immersive week-long summer program for educators presented by The Rachofsky Collection, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Kimbell Art Museum, and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

Studio Programs
Jul 26, 2016

(This class is FULL, please email to be added to the wait list)
Ages 14-17: July 25-29, 9 am-3 pm
Members $225, Nonmembers $250

This class for our oldest campers offers a week of creative thinking and artmaking, with an artist as their guide. Lunch is provided each day.
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Tour
Jul 26, 2016

In this special program designed for people within the Deaf community, participants experience works of art at the Modern through intimate conversation with specially-trained docents and student-ASL interpreters. Offered the fourth Tuesday of each month, with limited space for participants at 10 am, each program lasts 90 minutes and includes a gallery activity. Please make reservations at least a week in advance by calling 817.840.2118. This free program includes admission to the galleries and all materials.

Fourth Tuesdays, 10 am

Studio Programs
Jul 26, 2016

Museum Forum for Teachers: Modern and Contemporary Art
July 25, 2016 - July 29, 2016
10 am - 4 pm, daily
Museum Forum for Teachers: Modern and Contemporary Art is an immersive week-long summer program for educators presented by The Rachofsky Collection, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Kimbell Art Museum, and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

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