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A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks 20

Whether you’re looking to go see the latest and hottest exhibition, play, music act or film, start here. The Art&Seek calendar regularly lists over 1,000 North Texas events including Easter egg hunts spring happenings for the kiddos. Here are few events to help get you cracking.


In Richardson, the SP/N Gallery at UT-Dallas has photography developed using new darkroom techniques on view. See the works by Zachary Chroust and Kaitlyn Killian in the exhibition “Experimental Methods.

KXT 91.7 will present the rock project known as Strand of Oaks tonight at Three Links in Dallas.


Shamsy Roomiani is known for her plant-based sculptures. But her newest exhibition at WAAS Gallery also features photography, lithographs, cyanotypes, and an installation. See her work in the Green Room at the Dallas gallery.

And at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, the Arts Council of Fort Worth will offer a financial literacy workshop for art groups and organizations to assist in financial literacy proficiency.


In Fort Worth, Artspace111 has works-on-paper featuring awe-inspiring graphite drawings by Woodrow Blagg. You only have until May 4, to go to the contemporary gallery to see Blagg’s depictions of Texas ranchers and their environment.

For three years, Dallas’ Undermain Theatre has performed portions of a trilogy called “So Go The Ghosts of México.” The series explores the U.S./México drug wars and tonight kicks off the third play in the series.


The Indique Dance Company is known for merging new forms of dance with traditional Indian choreography. Join them at a workshop on Saturday at Sammons Park at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

Go back in time to 16th century England at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie. The festival features 27 stages of continuous live entertainment and runs weekends through Memorial Day.

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth showcases recently acquired photographs added to the collection in an exhibition called With the Help of Friends. The works are fifteen dynamic photographs ranging from the 1930s to the present day.

Don’t miss the EarthxFilm Festival at Fair Park. The nine-day environmentally focused film festival showcases films and interactive media made by conservationists and filmmakers.


Art&Seek Spotlight Artist Chesley Antoinette has an exhibition showcasing fashion photography and wearable sculptural turbans inspired by headwraps from the 18th Century. Tignon will be on view through April 26 at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

Bobbie Wygant is a television legend. She was one of the first women in the southwest to host and produce an interview talk show.  Tonight she’s spilling the tea at a live event at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.

Keller Public Arts Program presents a photographic show that gives a new perspective to the migrant journey. Human Experience: Connecting Worlds will be on view at Keller Town Hall through April 24.


Of a Feather is a group art show exploring the relationship between birds and the artists who love them. See it at the Haggerty Gallery on the University of Dallas campus in Irving through May 5.

Today is the last day to see the exhibition Sequential Self: Female, Non-Binary, Trans, and Queer Voices in Comics and Zines at the Galleries at Eastfield College. The show illuminates some of the powerful voices and innovative stories in the contemporary age of comics.

For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.