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A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks 13

Here’s what’s coming up this week at Art&Seek:


Art + Science Evening Rendezvous – Find out what happens when art and science collide in this discussion at UNT’s Union.12705728_891424297645546_7975616876390544362_n


LIVE MUSIC with Katie Stewart – The North Texas native performs her Texas blues and folk music at Opening Bell Coffee in Dallas.




North Central Ballet- Free Concert – North Central Ballet performs a concert at the Watauga Public Library as part of the Masterworks Concert Series.


360 Speaker Series: Martha Thorne – Head to the Nasher Sculpture Center for a discussion on the Pritzker Architecture Prize and how it inspires creativity.

Doris Salcedo

Doris Salcedo


Nasher Prize Dialogues Featuring: Doris Salcedo – Doris Salcedo is the inaugural Nasher Prize Laureate, and she’ll give a talk on her artistic philosophy at Booker T. Washington High School.



2nd Annual ARTS ALL NIGHT – It’s time for the 2nd annual Arts All Night at the Patterson-Appleton Art Center in Denton! Stay up all night with music by Brave Combo and Jessie Frye, artist demos, films, storytelling, karaoke, and more.


Opening Reception: Art + Autism – Artists living with Autism and other spectrum disorders have created work for this exhibition at UNT ArtSpace Dallas. The opening reception includes talks with the artists.

From Infinite Loop

From Infinite Loop

Opening Reception: Julie Libersat: Infinite Loop – This multi-media video installation is a study of the Texas highway system. The exhibition is the first to open in Ro2 Art’s new space.



Nasher Prize Community Day – The Nasher Sculpture Center celebrates the work of Doris Salcedo with film screenings, an interactive memory space, and tours of the exhibition.

Orpheus Chamber Singers

Orpheus Chamber Singers

Handel’s Messiah – The Orpheus Chamber Singers performs the epic choral work at the Dallas City Performance Hall. The concert will be preceded by a lecture by the author of Tainted Glory in Handel’s Messiah: The Unsettling History of the World’s Most Beloved Choral Work.




A Reading of SISTER, a play by Glenn Allen Smith – A successful evangelist is faced with turmoil and scandal in this play. Catch a reading presented by the Dallas Theater Center Guild at Kalita Humphreys Theater.


Minetti Quartett Plays Haydn, Zemlinsky and Beethoven – The Minetti Quartett plays music by Haydn, Zemlinsky, and Beethoven at SMU’s Caruth Auditorium.


Tuesday Evenings at the Modern: Fernando Bryce – Artist Fernando Bryce discusses his method of mimetic analysis as part of the Tuesdays at the Modern series.

Goldfinch by Shane Fero

Goldfinch by Shane Fero


A Blending of Two Traditions, Grand Re-Opening – Check out new works by more than 50 artists in this exhibition at Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass Gallery.