Now on View


Find lessons and resources related to exhibitions and artworks currently on view at the Nasher. 

Current Exhibitions

Banner for Nasher Mixtape ExhibitionNasher Mixtape

February 6 - September 26, 2021 / Learn more 

Family Guide: Nasher Mixtape, 2021
Find out how a visit to a museum can be like listening to a playlist and discover some notable artists.
Recommended for elementary-aged learners. 

 

Image of an artwork by the Guerrilla Girls resembling a handwritten note on pink paperThe Guerrilla Girls: Takeover

May 12, 2021 - August 29, 2021 / Learn more 

Family Guide: The Guerrilla Girls, 2021 (Versión en español)
Meet a mysterious masked art collective fighting for justice in the art world. 
Recommended for elementary-aged learners. 

 

Logo for Nasher Public: New Art by Texas ArtistsNasher Public: New Art by Texas Artists

Ongoing / Learn more 

Family Guide: What Is Public Art?
Learn how a work of art can become an important part of a community and create a proposal for your own public artwork.
Recommended for elementary-aged learners. 

 

Nasher Collection Artworks

Moonbird by Joan Miro

Mini Project: Imagine a creature made of shapes inspired by Joan Miró’s Moonbird 
Recommended for learners of all ages.

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Moonbird by Joan Miró
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

Eviva Amore by Richard Serra

Mini Project: Design a giant sculpture inspired by Mark di Suvero's Eviva Amore 
Recommended for learners of all ages.

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Eviva Amore by Mark di Suvero
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

 

Rush Hour by George Segal

Mini Project: Write a script about everyday people inspired by George Segal’s Rush Hour 
Recommended for learners of all ages.

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Rush Hour by George Segal
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

 

Seated Woman by Willem de Kooning

Artwork Focus: Explore abstraction using Willem de Kooning's Seated Woman
Recommended for learners of all ages.

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Seated Woman by Willem de Kooning
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

Working model for Three Piece No. 3 by Henry Moore

Artwork Focus: Find inspiration from nature with Henry Moore's Working Model for Three Piece No. 3: Vertebrae
Recommended for learners of all ages.

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Working Model for Three Piece No. 3: Vertebrae by Henry Moore
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

Clothespin by Claes Oldenburg

 

Artwork Focus: Reimagine an everyday object like Claes Oldenburg's Clothespin
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

 

Caress of a Bird by Joan Miro

 

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Caress of a Bird by Joan Miró
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

 

Artist Magdalena Abakanowicz stands among her sculpturesPrimary Source Resource: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Bronze Crowd
Consider the impact of World War II through a firsthand account by artist Magdalena Abakanowicz. Students are asked to use sculpture as a framework for understanding the behavior of people swayed by the influence of a crowd.
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

Video: Build Your Own Tour - Bronze Crowd by Madgalena Abakanowicz
Recommended for learners of all ages.

 

Artist Jean (Hans) Arp sits among his sculpturesPrimary Source Resource: Jean Arp, Torso with Buds
Students are invited to explore themes of abstraction and collaboratively create Surrealist "automatic drawings" in the style of Jean Arp.
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

 

 

Ana Mendieta stands next to one of her sculpturesPrimary Source Resource: Ana Mendieta
Rooted in nature and the body, artist Ana Mendieta's art paved the way for artists of subsequent generations to create works involving identity politics, feminism and performance.
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

 

 

Artist Isamu Noguchi standing in front of two of his sculpturesIsamu Noguchi

Discover how Noguchi's Gregory (Effigy) draws upon Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis and the artist's own experiences in an internment camp for Japanese Americans during World War II.

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Artist Joel Shapiro standing among his sculpturesPrimary Source Resource: Joel Shapiro
Artist Joel Shapiro's inventive use of space offers students new perspectives on constructing sculptures with compelling compositions.
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

 

 

Richard Serra flings lead at a wall in his studioPrimary Source Resource: Richard Serra
Students are asked to consider how verbs can suggest unique approaches to working with materials, as in the work of artist Richard Serra.
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

 

 

 

 

Architecture at the Nasher

Architecture Resource:Sketch of the exterior facade of the Nasher Sculpture Center by Renzo Piano Intermediate Level 
Information, questions and activities to introduce students to the architecture of the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

Architecture Resource: Advanced Level
Detailed information about the architecture of the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Recommended for adult and secondary-aged learners.

Video: Nasher Sculpture Center - Portrait of a Building 
Recommended for learners of all ages.

The Nasher Story

Raymond and Patsy Nasher standing in NorthPark construction sitePrimary Source Resource: The Nasher Collection
Examine the purpose and nature of collecting through the lens of the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection. Students are invited to discuss their own experiences with collecting and to propose an exhibition for the Nasher Garden.  
Recommended for intermediate- and secondary-aged learners.

Video: The Nasher Collection - A Tribute to Raymond and Patsy
Recommended for learners of all ages.


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