Dallas has one of the largest urban arts districts in the country, a 68-acre, 19-block area in the heart of downtown that includes several performance halls and museums, including the Nasher Sculpture Center, which houses the largest private collection of modern art in the U.S. Additionally, Dallas has more than 100 public works of art throughout the city. The largest concentration of Art-Deco architecture in the world can be seen at Dallas’ Fair Park. On campus, the Meadows Museum has one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Spanish art outside Spain.
Dallas also loves music, theater and film. Live music of all genres can be found most any night of the week and the Dallas International Film Festival entertains more than 40,000 attendees with an annual film festival featuring feature-length and short films representing more than 25 countries.