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With the final pieces of the Dallas Arts District now in place, the region's cultural scene is heating up. Museums and theaters are the perfect places to come in from the winter cold. Check out the nationally renowned facilities and top-flight exhibitions and performances that the region has to offer – all accessible by DART Rail.
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Through Apr. 14 Bernini: Sculpting in Clay at the Kimbell Art Museum. Gian Lorenzo Bernini was the most important sculptor of the 17th century - the Michelangelo of his age. During a lifetime that spanned over 80 years, he transformed the face of Rome with his spectacular fountains, wonders of marble carving such as the Apollo and Daphne, and spellbinding decorations for the interior of Saint Peter's Basilica. The Kimbell will lift a veil on how Bernini worked his sculptural magic with the first-ever exhibition devoted to his brilliantly expressive preparatory models in clay. These intensely beautiful works - formed by the artist's own hands - were the means by which he explored his ideas in three dimensions and presented them for review to his patrons. Information: www.kimbell.org.

Crow Collection fountain Through May 5 CHINA: Through the Lens of John Thomson 1868-1872. Experience the vanished world of Imperial China vividly captured on glass plates in the first exhibition devoted solely to images of China taken by the Scottish photographer that startlingly reveal the character of the vast empire. The exhibit is at the Crow Collection of Asian Art, 2010 Flora St.
Information: www.crowcollection.com.

Through May 26 Chagall: Beyond Color places the artist's beloved paintings alongside his works in sculpture, ceramics, and collage to explore his relationship with space and volume. The centerpiece of the exhibition will be a display of costumes made by Marc Chagall in 1942 for the production of the ballet Aleko, choreographed by Léonide Massine with music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The ballet's première took place in September 1942 in Mexico City, followed by the Ballet Theatre of New York production, and the costumes have not been seen in the U.S. since. The exhibit is at the Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood. Information: www.dallasmuseumofart.org.




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