Here’s what’s coming up this week at Art&Seek:
Art Talk | Tori Phillips: Perfection is Not Needed – Mountain View College’s new Gallery Coordinator talks about building creative confidence in children at Ro2 Art in Dallas.
Artluck – This group hosts sketch sessions in the studios at Riverside Arts District in Fort Worth. Grab your sketch pad and join the group for figure study, still life, and workshops.
The Novelist – This comedic, chaotic family drama plays at Theatre Three in Dallas.
Vitruvian Nights Live – The Project plays ‘90s, classic rock, and R&B as part of this series at Vitruvian Park in Addison.
Friday on the Green – Head to Magnolia Green Park in Fort Worth for this series featuring short films, local vendors, and music by Wayne Floyd and Charley Crockett.
Opening Reception: The Texas Cowboy: Historic Photos From the Charles Cook Collection- presented in partnership with the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo – This exhibition at the Patterson-Appleton Art Center in Denton includes historic cowboy photography, vintage saddles, and more.
Jazzed About The Library Benefit – The Texas Gypsies and strolling magician Brett Roberts perform at the Cascades Conference Center in The Colony. The 1940s is the theme, so don’t forget to dress up!
Booty Candy, by Robert O’Hara – The stories of people growing up gay and African America are told in a variety-show setting. See the regional premiere of this show at Stage West in Fort Worth.
Hidden Lives of Masterpieces: Rembrandt – This film delves into the life and work of Rembrandt. Catch a screening at the Kimbell Art Museum.
Calendar Girls – A group of women pose nude for an alternative calendar to raise money for the Leukemia Research fund in this play at Theatre Arlington.
Geometries of Material Equivalence – Rachel Rushing uses space exploration and the history of quilting as inspiration for her images and videos. Her work is on display at the Dallas Public Library’s Central Branch.
Tu Mirada: A Photographic Installation by Sal Barron – All month the Artspace at Metropolitan Press showcases the poetry and photography of Sal Barron.
Hot Jazz For Hot Nights – The Singapore Slingers play hot jazz from the 1920s and ‘30s at Pocket Sandwich Theatre.
A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder – The heir to a family fortune intends to collect early by killing off family members while juggling his mistress and fiancée all the while. This musical comedy plays at the Winspear.