- Photographs Do Not Bend art gallery has two new exhibitions with opening receptions on Saturday night. They’ve got work from Fort Worth’s Delilah Montoya and New Yorker Paul Sokal. Montoya’s series “The New Warriors” is a document of female boxers from the Southwest, while Sokal’s work in “Before iPhone” examines relics from his childhood. Both exhibitions are on view through Dec. 29.
- On Saturday, the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth performs at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. The group will be performing Brahms’ “Strings Rejoice.” Preceding the concert is a pre-concert conversation co-hosted by Gary Levinson, Artistic Director for CMSFW and Dr. Till Meyn, Professor of Theory and Composition at Texas Christian University.
- On Sunday, Wichita Falls singer-songwriter James Cook releases a new album called “Tall Tales of A Brown Buffalo.” See him at Magnolia Motor Lounge in Fort Worth.
- Stop by the Dallas Museum of Art this weekend to see “Women + Design.” The exhibition features jewelry, furniture and other items by emerging and mid-career female designers. It also features two newly commissioned pieces that will go on view for the first time by Iris van Herpen and Najla El Zein. It’s on view through Feb. 17.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.