Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth has announced that it will reopen on Wednesday.
According to the Modern, the reopening will include an extension of the exhibition Mark Bradford: End Papers. Red Groom's Ruckus Rodeo will also be on view through Aug. 16.
The Modern said it has temporarily halted in-person education programs and docent-led tours.
The number of people per group permitted on self-guided tours will also be limited, the museum said.
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The museum said it anticipates the return of the Magnolia at the Modern film series this summer, but will be determined at a later date.
In addition to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, several other museums in Fort Worth’s Cultural District have begun to reopen after closing in mid-March due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Amon Carter Museum reopened on June 19, and the Kimbell Art Museum reopened on June 20.
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame reopened on June 24 with a special opening and gift for supporting members on June 23.
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History has not announced a reopening date, but the museum aims to reopen in mid-July.