Here’s what’s coming up this week at Art&Seek:
Maz Jobrani – I’m Not a Terrorist, But I’ve Played One On TV – The comedian discusses his biography and his life as a Middle Easterner trying to make it in America. Catch him at Dallas City Performance Hall.
State of the Arts: Women in the Arts – Art&Seek’s Anne Bothwell talks with Amy Lewis Hofland (director of the Crow Collection of Asian Art), Margie Reese (executive director of Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture), and Tina Parker (co-artistic director of Kitchen Dog Theater) about Women in the Arts at the DMA.
Pushing Boundaries – The new artspace Site131 in Dallas opens with an exhibition of works by Paul Kremer and Eduardo Portillo. Meet the artists at the opening’s White Night, and check out a dance demo.
Frederica von Stade: A Life in Song – The mezzo-soprano performs works by Aaron Copland, Maurice Ravel, and others that are close to her heart. She’ll be accompanied by composer Jake Heggie in the concert at Dallas City Performance Hall.
Cuyler Etheredge: Someone You May Know – Dallas artist Cuyler Etheredge paints clusters of people as they go about their daily lives unguarded and uninhibited. Ro2 Art’s exhibition is up at the Magnolia Theater.
Oral Fixation: Partner in Crime – Locals tell true stories on the theme “Partner in Crime” at Dallas City Performance Hall. Things you’ll hear about: gangsters, first loves, acid-dropping golfers, and middle-school shoplifters.