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Populist DMA Director Honored with Free Admission Weekend

Appropriately, next weekend, October 1 & 2, the Dallas Museum of Art is honoring retiring director Bonnie Pitman with a free admission weekend. Sometimes uncomfortably audience-centered for the elite funders who control art museums, Pitman was the Deputy Director from 2000-2007 and The Eugene McDermott Director from 2008-2011, and  wrote the book, Ignite the Power of Art: Advancing Visitor Engagement.

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