- The Irving Arts Center celebrates Black History Month with an exhibition featuring well-known and emerging artists. Don’t miss “Art Imitating Life,” presented by the Irving Black Arts Council.
- In Dallas, the ArtSpace at Metropolitan Press has an art show titled, “Everything That’s Good” and on Saturday there’s an artist reception. The exhibition features paintings and sculpture from participants in The Stewpot Art Program, a program for the homeless and at-risk individuals and families.
- Dallas photographer Emily Stoker is a resident artist at The TX Studio in Oak Cliff. She has a new exhibition called “Five Mile Radius.” The show is made up of portraits she took of people who live in the community. Catch the opening on Saturday.
- Throughout the weekend, see “Lonely Planet.” That’s a wry comedy about friends grappling with the unknown. It’s a timeless play that examines how people navigate uncertain times. See Steven Dietz’s play at Amphibian Stage Productions in Fort Worth.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.