Organized in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art has continued to grown by leaps and bounds since its humble beginnings. Fortunately for interested parties, the Museum has developed a substantial web presence that includes a nice overview of its primary collections, information about visiting the Museum, and a selection of educational resources. The collections page is a good place to start perusing the variety of objects held by the Museum. The Ancient American art area contains a host of lovely items, including a ceremonial mask from the Calima region of Columbia and a Peruvian tunic produced by the Incans. Along with learning about the Museum's permanent collection, visitors can also learn about special collections, such as a recent visiting exhibition about China's forbidden city and also the Grant Hill Collection of African-American Art.