Feeling trapped??? Let ART soothe your restlessness.
Loads of virtual tours currently available.
Enjoy the eye-candy!
National Cowgirl Museum
Here’s something fun for the young at heart (and the young for real).
Click on the link to hear this week’s latest story time tale.
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Tuesday Evening stroll through The Modern. Click on this link to set up an automated reminder for this week’s tour. Currently, Mark Bradford: End Papers‘ exhibit is on display.
Blanton Museum of Art
This links provides a work-by-work tour inside the Blanton Museum of Art. Once on the site, visitors can choose their favorite art style, then region, and finally time-period. Excellent details on each work of art is also provided.
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
This museum has long been one of my favorites to visit so I’d never had the opportunity to review what they offered online. Ruth Carter Stevenson (Amon G. Carter’s daughter) provides insight (Masterpiece Memories) behind many of the pieces on display, why they were purchased, and details on the work itself. This link is to one particular work of art, but multiple ones will populate if you search for Ruth Carter Stevenson YouTube.
The Witte Museum is injecting fun into stay at home days through their Witte Where You Are series (master link). Here, Cowboy Jeremy packs and cooks for a cattle drive. Loads more offerings for your youngun to watch.
The Museum of Fine Arts of Houston
Another opportunity to walk among great artists without ever leaving your home. Check out multiple sources for Online Exhibits from The Straus Collection to Space City
One more for the kiddos . . . The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
Honestly, if you’ve missed this Fort Worth museum, you’ve missed something wonderful. Lots of hands-on experiences and inter-actions for kids . . . of course, that’s when the doors are open. But the Educational Directors at the museum aren’t going to let a little building closure slow them down. Follow them on their YouTube channel @ youtube.com/FortWorthMuseum Click here for their Discovery Lab Online series.