Things To Do This Week
Tuesday, April 13
Pour a cup of tea for Amon Carter Museum of American Art Virtual Tours series. The online Zoom presentation features three exhibitions with commentary from the museum’s curators. Today’s tour highlights An Expanding Vision: Six Decades of Works on Paper at the Carter. Register here.
Looking for an opportunity to network with fellow artists, producers, poet and comedians in Dallas Fort-Worth? At 8:00 p.m., Dallas Open Mic is hosting a networking event for creatives, which includes featured performances by registered attendees.
Wednesday, Apr. 14
Let Justin Furstenfeld of Blue October be the perfect mid-week pick me up. The alt-rock singer is playing a socially distanced concert at Legacy Hall in Plano at 7:00 p.m.
In need of a good laugh? Purchase a ticket to Corey Holcomb‘s performance at Improv Comedy Club in Addison. The 18+ event is a humorous way to unwind from the work week.
Recurring Things To Do
While restaurants, movie theaters, museums, and other local businesses have reopened with limited capacities, we’re still very much in the midst of an infectious outbreak. Medical experts recommend that we continue to practice social distancing and wear masks vigilantly.
It’s now April, somehow, which means it’s time for print magazine’s list of the month’s must-do events. Find that here.
Fashion in Residence, a womenswear fashion exhibit, presented by UNT Fashion Collection, opens at NorthPark Center. The 14 piece collection displays pieces from Texas designer Todd Olham, along Lilly Pulitzer and Hanae Mori. The exhibits run through June 6th.
Nasher Sculpture Center is displaying two works from Michael Rakowitz’s evolving project on the historical origins of the Middle East with an emphasis on present-day conflicts. The 2020 winner of the Nasher Prize Laureate is displaying his The invisible enemy should not exist and The Ballad of Special Ops Cody until April 20th.