Dallas’ Fair Park is getting lit this Saturday as the Crow Collection and the South Asian community gather for Diwali Mela 2016 the ancient autumn festival of lights.
The exhibition “Border Cantos” at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art examines the quandaries of the U-S Mexico border. On Saturday, photographer Richard Misrach and artist-musician Guillermo Galindo discuss their work and perform on instruments created with every-day items left at the border by immigrants.
New work work from the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group is tackling the nature of time, space, and language through philosophical and political text. See “Swarm” on Saturday at the Dallas Central Library.
The Oak Cliff Nature Preserve has been transforming into a galley filled with ceramic sculptures created by Mountain View College students for “Art in the Cliff.” The works will hang from trees or be installed on the grounds of the beautiful landscape.
Humorist Jeanne Robertson brings her charm and colorful tales to Bass Performance Hall on Sunday evening. Don’t miss your chance to see the 72 year-old’s witty depictions of everyday situations.