Visit Resources

Visit Resources

Learners of all ages are invited to pick up a guide, start a conversation or check out a kit to enhance their visit to the Nasher.

Within the Nasher Sculpture Center galleries, you will find Visitor Experience Facilitators to answer questions and enhance your experience while at the museum.


Nasher App

The Nasher App features interactive tours, maps, historical information, and insights on modern and contemporary art in English and Spanish, as well as verbal descriptions of artworks for the visually impaired. Available for download on iOS devices, and as a web app.

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Family Guides

Share the joy of discovering art with your child using our interactive family guides. Each guide encourages children and parents to look carefully at the exhibition, ask questions and use their imagination. For elementary students and families with young children.

Currently on View

Elmgreen & Dragset: Sculptures, 2019
Meet an artist duo that explores pairs, power and stories through surprising and symbolic sculptures.

Creating an Exhibition
What is an exhibition? How does the art get to the museum? What happens when it arrives? Go behind the scenes to learn how museum staff design and install exhibitions.

Past Exhibitions

Sheila Hicks: Seize, Weave Space, 2019
Discover how an artist’s adventures around the world influenced her colorful sculptures.

Nasher Prize Laureate Isa Genzken, 2019
See how artist Isa Genzken takes assemblage to new levels in her groundbreaking work.

Sterling Ruby: Sculpture, 2019
Learn about an artist who plays with materials and scale create artworks with a message.

The Nature of Arp, 2018
Investigate the work of artistic pioneer Jean Arp, who drew inspiration from nature and poetry and invented his own rules for sculpture.

A Tradition of Revolution, 2018
Uncover the revolutionary roots of artworks in the Nasher Collection.

First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone, 2018 
Rock your way through an exhibition that explores the very first sculptures ever made.

Nasher Prize Laureate Theaster Gates, 2018
Discover how artist Theaster Gates creates artworks and spaces that honor his community and history.
(en español)

Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony, 2017
Discover how artist Tom Sachs created his own tea garden and ceremony inspired by Japanese culture. 

Roni Horn, 2017
Explore the luminous cast-glass sculptures of artist Roni Horn, who is often inspired by literature. 

Richard Serra: Prints, 2017
Find out how artist Richard Serra creates prints that reflect the weight and process of his sculptures.

Nasher Prize Laureate Pierre Huyghe, 2017
Discover how artist Pierre Huyghe creates artworks that blur the line between reality and imagination.

Kathryn Andrews: Run for President, 2016 
Explore a world of candidates, clowns, costumes and balloons in artist Kathryn Andrews's president-themed exhibition.

Joel Shapiro, 2016
Explore the work of artist Joel Shapiro, who has described his gravity-defying Nasher exhibition as a "dreamscape."

Plegaria Muda / Nasher Prize Laureate Doris Salcedo, 2016
Discover the work of Colombian sculptor Doris Salcedo, winner of the inaugural Nasher Prize. (In English and Spanish)

Ann Veronica Janssens, 2016
Learn how color and light can affect the way we see the world around us inspired by the work of artist Ann Veronica Janssens.

Chalet Dallas, 2015
Learn all about artist Piero Golia's interactive chalet space built inside the Nasher.

Sightings: Alex Israel, 2015
Experience the Los Angeles-inspired works of Alex Israel with your family.

Giuseppe Penone: Being the River, Repeating the Forest, 2015
Explore artist Giuseppe Penone's thoughtful use of natural materials such as trees, leaves and stones.

Phyllida Barlow 'tryst', 2015
Discover how artist Phyllida Barlow turns everyday materials into incredible environments.

Melvin Edwards: Five Decades, 2015 
Explore artist Melvin Edwards's history and his unique use of materials and language.

Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio, 2014
Discover the groundbreaking design and unexpected inspirations used by Thomas Heatherwick and his studio.

Sightings: Bettina Pousttchi, 2014
Walk, ride or fly to the Nasher for a family gallery experience with artist Bettina Pousttchi's Drive Thru Museum.

David Bates, 2014
Discover how Dallas-based artist David Bates creates artworks that take the form of portraits, landscapes and still life in this interactive family guide.

Nasher XChange, 2013
Public art offers an opportunity to experience the impact an artist can make on a community or an environment. Nasher XChange is an exhibition of 10 public sculptures by contemporary artists at sites throughout the city of Dallas.

Return to Earth, 2013
Discover more about clay and the artists; Fontana, Melotti, Picasso, Miro, and Noguchi who made the ceramic sculptures in the Return to Earth exhibition.

Ken Price: Sculpture, 2013
Discover the colorful clay sculptures of artist Ken Price through this interactive family guide.


Family Gallery Kits

Discover the Nasher together through stories, learning games and creative prompts designed for children ages 3 – 8. Kits can be checked out free of charge at the Admissions Desk.


PNC Play-N-See Blankets

Create a space with your infant or toddler to discover art through play-based learning. Blankets can be checked out free of charge at the Admissions Desk.

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Dallas, Texas 75201
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