- The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth has black and white works by Francisco de Goya. Although known as one of the greatest painters of all times, the Spanish artist also was a great draftsman and printmaker. Plan a visit to the museum and see more than seventy-five of Goya’s works on paper.
- In Fort Worth, Stage West presents a comedy about death. The show is called “Everybody” and is from the writer of “An Octoroon.” This modern take of the medieval play “Everyman” was a 2018 Pulitzer Prize finalist.
- Thrasher Magazine editor and graphic design artist Michael Sieben and printmaker and designer Denton Watt have works at neighborhood store + gallery in Dallas. You only have until December 29 to see “Meet Me At The Plush Bus.”
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.