Arlington museum exhibit brings motion to life

The Arlington Museum of Art sits near the edge of campus and offers discounted admission for UTA students. The current exhibit is called “Artists in Motion,” and is a collection of costumes, paintings and drawings centered around the theme of the motion of stage performers. For the first time, the museum filled all four floors with one exhibit. The costumes are from local performances and are arranged to complement and bring to life the artwork around them. Artist Donray and award-winning costume designer Ric Leal of the University of North Texas are among the contributors.  Student admission is $5, and the exhibit runs through February 16.

By: Raegan Cardwell

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