Dallas, Texas is a happening place! In 2015 Margaret visited:

  • The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, architecture designed to amaze, jam-packed full of families, kids on their own and adults, and a knock-out exhibition, ‘Inside Out’, of preserved [plastinated] body systems, including the blood vessels of a dog and the nerve system of a cat. No animals or humans were killed for these exhibits.
  • The fabulous Klyde Warren Park in the centre of the city and built over the freeway, with moveable chairs and tables, magazines and games on free loan, a magnificent reflection shelter area, a synthetic surface skating rink, a footy area and a children’s play ground.
  • The new McDermott Concert Hall, Morton Meyerson Symphony Center, designed to impress, in both style and function.
  • Sight-seeing Highland Park Christmas lights, the Chinese Lantern Festival and the Ice Show at Gaylords – all done in a way that only Dallas can do! A demonstration of public places art - by the public - that creates a sight-seeing-industry initiative.
  • And of course another visit to the Dallas Museum, the Crow Collection of Asian Art and the Nasher Sculpture Centre. A visit also to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in the beautifully refined proportions of the Philip Johnson building. Old favourites.
  • Next time the Downtown Arts District!


'MARGARET WORTH: Earth & Ether'
'Creative Spaces Summit', 2023 Lot 14 Adelaide, South Australia
The next iteration of the Worth-Cui collaboration
'VAJRASANA meditation' installation at Government House Canberra.
'FALL' international collaboration, Cui Yi with Margaret Worth, Zhenjiang Exhibition Hall, Hangzhou, China.
'Silicon Garden' installation: Cui Yi with Margaret Worth, W.ONE SPACE, Shenzhen, China.
Sydney Sculpture conference 2020, Art Gallery NSW
'VAJRASANA meditation': New home at Government House Canberra
'Know My Name' merchandise National Gallery Australia
'Art Talks' international webinar on 'Know My Name'