The above rendering reveals a concept that is in development for a hotel and entertainment center to be connected with the future Texas Rangers stadium.|
The potential for a major, interntionally recognized museum in the existing Texas Rangers stadium is necessary to anchor the district with the level of activity on a year-round basis that is needed for other visitor attractions and successful transportation to thrive.
Additional aspects of a provident museum of culture, open and active 360 days per year, include diverse interests, economic activity, better quality of life, improved education, academic participation, and increased opportunity for new businesses and cultural institutions across the Metroplex.
GALLERY AND LINKS
The Mid Cities, between Dallas and Fort Worth, are among the most diverse in the nation. The collective population of Arlington, Grand Prairie, Irving and their neighboring communities is greater than Fort Worth and roughly the same as Dallas. Their population density is greater than Dallas and Fort Worth.
A reconstructed Caddo Indian dwelling in East Texas demonstrates the lifeways and living conditions of the historic cultures of the region.
A recorded interview with Doug Michels, the visionary artist and architect who founded the Ant Farm Collective and conceived Cadillac Ranch, is a critical resource for understanding modern Texas art.
The Texas music legacy is among the strongest in the nation (most certainly, the strongest), though it remains the most underutilized aspect of our diverse cultures for purposes of educational and visitor interests.