Advocate photographer Jennifer Shertzer captured the scene from ‘Til Midnight at the Nasher on Friday. Shertzer writes:

The night kicked off the Nasher Sculpture Center‘s monthly free outdoor concert and movie series. At 7 p.m., Salim Nourallah and the Treefort 5 played to a large, diverse crowd on the lawn of the sculpture garden. At 9 p.m., the screening of “Moonrise Kingdom” began. Simultaneously, you could browse the sculpture exhibits both indoors and outdoors for free. The event appealed to everyone, from kids who were seriously breaking it down on the dance floor, to young couples enjoying a glass of wine under the Dallas skyline.

The event was part of the annual Dallas Arts District summer block party. The Dallas Museum of Art and Crow Collection were also free and open until midnight. From Ross Avenue to Klyde Warren Park, the streets were packed with food trucks, vendors, performers and families.

The next ‘Til Midnight at the Nasher is July 19, screening the movie, “Cars.”


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