- Richardson’s premier community choir, The Contemporary Chorale, next concert is “What in a Name?” You have two chances to hear them perform songs like “Hello Dolly,” “Proud Mary,” and “Sweeney Todd,” Saturday at the Eisemann Center.
- Hip-hop artist Nas and the Dallas Symphony come together for an evening full of art and music at “Array” at The Bomb Factory. The collaboration is part of the DSO’s SOLUNA Festival.
- On Sunday, the Video Association of Dallas screens a documentary about Gaston Méliès, the lesser-known brother of early cinema icon Georges Méliès. “Gaston Melies and His Wandering Star Film Company” will be shown at the Lone Star in Sundance Square in Fort Worth.
- Throughout the weekend, drop by the Ella Mae Shamblee public library in Fort Worth to see the exhibition “Rejoice.” The works created by Ken Carter and John Johnson explore African American culture.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.