Here’s what’s coming up this week at Art&Seek:
Telluride Mountainfilm Festival World Tour – This annual documentary film festival at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth showcases stories about environmental, cultural, and social justice issues.
Nature’s First Green Is Gold: Group Exhibition – Check out this group exhibition featuring American landscapes in a variety of styles at Artspace111 in Fort Worth.
Outer Circles Jazz at the Modern in Fort Worth – The group Outer Circles plays jazz at the Modern as part of the First Friday Event series.
Opening Reception: Life, Color, Hope – Art in Venezuela – This exhibition of Venezuelan art opens at Blue House Too in Allen.
Avant + Dark Circles – Avant Chamber Ballet and Dark Circles Contemporary Dance team up for a concert at the Dallas City Performance Hall featuring two world premieres and a salute to Americana by Balanchine.
Artist Reception – Debora Hunter: POV – Debora Hunter’s site-specific photographic installation opens in Brookhaven College’s Studio Gallery in Farmers Branch.
Old Time Music Jam – Enjoy the music or join in and play along at the Old Time Music Jam at Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park.
Footloose – A small-town preacher has banned dancing, but the kids of the town – including his daughter – rebel in this musical at Art Centre Theatre in Plano.
Fort Worth Youth Orchestra’s Spring Concert, “Cowboys and Culture” – The Fort Worth Youth Orchestra performs its annual spring concert at Bass Performance Hall with music by Copland and John Williams as well as Western movie and TV themes.
A Celtic Celebration – The Lone Star Youth Winds play Irish and Scottish music with the Metroplex United Pipe Band at Dallas City Performance Hall.
Riding the Rails: Portraits Along the DART Lines – Local artist Merry Fuhrer paints oil portraits of the people she sees at DART rail stations on her daily commute. This exhibition at the Eisemann Center is accompanied by original music by David Thompson that evokes train and travel sounds.
Voices of Women II – The Women’s Chorus of Dallas performs this concert at the Meyerson with The Texas Woman’s University Concert Choir, UNT’s Women’s Chorus, and some outstanding high school juniors and seniors.
All The Way – This play tells the story of LBJ’s accidental rise to the presidency to his election a year later. See Dallas Theater Center’s production at the Wyly Theatre.
Salt Creek Band (Bluegrass) – The Salt Creek Band plays a variety of Bluegrass at Tarrant County College’s Northeast Campus in Hurst.