Sports and art are not typically thought of as belonging together. But in the grand vision of Gene and Jerry Jones, owners of the Dallas Cowboys and the key individuals behind the design and construction of AT&T Stadium, great sporting events and great works of art are able to come together in beautiful and unexpected ways throughout the building. Unique to AT&T Stadium, art and sports work in concert to enhance every fan's visit.
The Dallas Cowboys is a family business, and the art collection in the stadium reflects the Jones' personal vision. The collection consists of 21 original or commissioned works of art by established and emerging contemporary artists. The collection of works is united by boldness, vigor, and resolve. Each work has the capacity to hold its own in a crowd, and the power to transform massive public spaces. It is here where sports and entertainment unite for people from all over the world.
This unique mobile tour enables visitors and fans to explore the stadium's groundbreaking collection of contemporary art. Throughout the tour, you will hear from the people behind the art: the Jones family, whose vision and leadership made it all happen; the experts on the AT&T Stadium Art Council, who guided the Jones' every step of the way; and of course, the artists themselves. You will also see photos and videos of the artworks in all stages of production and installation, along with exclusive interviews.
Ratings and Reviews
Just an advert.....
This app is just an ad for the somewhat ghastly 'art' the Jones family hung on the stadium walls to cover the empty spaces. Most of the folks in the app have had extensive plastic surgery. Do you really want to see this? Tiz ugly beyond belief.. Trust me.
The app works OK only sorta. apparently you have to view different videos in different landscapes. Gosh what a thrill.....So in the end unless you are a fan of the taxpayer supported pathetic privately owned art....don' t bother......Jerry u be listenin?
Art at Cowboys Stadium
Love the idea of making art accessible to the public. 4-story installations. I love the time-lapse photos and the artist interviews.
Great overview of the content there. Art needs to be appified and made readily available.
waste of space on my phone
Why would anyone want to see the art for a stadium that has now become more homefield advantage for the New York Giants, than it is for the team that actually calls it home. Can't believe that I downloaded this.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.