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Jesuit Dallas Museum

The Jesuit Dallas Museum was incorporated in 1986. Subsequent gifts and acquisitions have brought over 500 pieces to the school's corridors and courtyards. Internationally celebrated artists share...

Jesuit Dallas Museum

The Jesuit Dallas Museum was incorporated in 1986. Subsequent gifts and acquisitions have brought over 500 pieces to the school's corridors and courtyards. Internationally celebrated artists share space with Native American works. This important concentration of ceramics, kinetics, painting, prints, and sculpture is displayed throughout the school complex and features renowned artists: Yaacov Agam, George Braque, Dale Chihuly, Salvador Dali, R.C Gorman, Glenna Goodacre, Jesus Moroles, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Fritz Scholder, and others. Every day, this collection of world-class art enriches the educational experience of students attending Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. The museum collection offers a unique opportunity for bringing to life the curriculum that the students are studying and offers new forms for historical evidence, scientific insight and artistic inspiration.

Join us for a tour of our collection. Tours are available by appointment between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., weekdays when school is in session. Educational tours for school groups are available and special arrangements can be made for alternative days and times.

To arrange a tour, email [email protected]. Please provide your name, address, phone number, name of organization if applicable, number of people on tour, and requested day and time. You can leave a request on voice mail at 972.387.8700, extension 383.

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