Rider Insider: Find non-St. Patrick’s Day events this weekend in Dallas-Fort Worth

• Ride DART Rail Red Line or Blue Line to Convention Center Station for the 2016 DFW Auto Show at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center (formerly the Dallas Convention Center). One of the most anticipated annual events in the Metroplex, the DFW Auto Show is the ideal opportunity for consumers to compare styling and pricing of every major line make under one roof in just a few hours. The DFW Auto Show was conceived in 1982, and now boasts more than half a million square feet of new cars, trucks and SUVs at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, 650 S. Griffin. Information: dfwautoshow.com.

• Ride the DART Rail Red Line, Blue Line, Green Line or Orange Line to Pearl/Arts District Station or St. Paul Station for the final weekend of Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots. This exhibit is only the third major U.S. museum exhibition to focus solely on the artist hailed as “the greatest painter this country has ever produced.” The Dallas Museum of Art will present what experts have deemed a “once in a lifetime” exhibition, organized by the DMA’s Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Gavin Delahunty: the largest survey of Jackson Pollock’s black paintings ever assembled. This exceptional presentation, which critics hailed as “sensational,” “exhilarating,” “genius,” “revelatory,” and “revolutionary” on its UK premier at Tate Liverpool, will receive its sole US presentation in Dallas and include many works that have not been exhibited for more than 50 years. Note: Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots will require a $16.00 special exhibition ticket. The DMA is located at 1717 N. Harwood. Information: www.dma.org.

Find more events like the A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch and The Young Artists on our Rider Insider Online Calendar or in the brochures found on DART light rail vehicles or buses.

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