The Nasher Sculpture Center is proud to work with many leading partners throughout the region to develop inspirational programs and resources specific to the history and practice of sculpture.


Nasher Sculpture Center / Peggy Guggenheim Collection
October 1 2014 - May 31 2016

Beginning in 2014, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Nasher Sculpture Center offer a collaborative internship named in honor of art collector and philanthropist, Evelyn Kelly Lambert. 

Youth Summit
January 25 - 25 2014

Young adults from communities connected with the Nasher XChange project came together for the Student XChange summit in early 2014. 

At Trinity River Audubon Center
November 16 - 16 2013

A family celebration of sculpture and nature as part of the Nasher XChange exhibition in 2013.

Art Experience Days
November 1 2013 - November 1 2015

HopeKids Art Experience Days provides museum tours and interactive art activities for children with life-threatening medical conditions and their families.  

Multi-visit Program
October 1 2013 - May 31 2017

This dynamic multi-visit education program serves dual-language students from Rosemont Elementary, using the immersive museum setting as a forum for students to explore and learn about art while developing their emerging language skills.

Service Learning Project
November 1 2010 - May 31 2014

An ongoing collaboration between the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas ISD and La Reunion TX, Found Object Art combines service, culture and self-expression to create meaningful student experiences. 

Public Art to Inspire
January 1 2008 - January 1 2017

As part of the airport's effort to highlight the rich offerings of the arts in North Texas, the Nasher Sculpture Center presents sculptures from the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection and other lenders outside the new international Terminal at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. 

After-school Program
January 1 2008 - January 1 2017

Since 2008, Nasher 3:01 Club has offered a unique learning experience among great works of modern sculpture to girls from low-income areas who attend after-school programming through Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas.