- There are only a few days left to view the historic 22-by-6-foot mural, painted by legendary African American artist John Biggers. Biggers painted the mural in 1955, and it portrays his interpretation in the 1950s of education for African-American children in rural northeast Texas. Head to the Tyler Museum of Art before it’s too late.
- Check out the world premiere of the Dallas-made independent film, “Glow,” at the Texas Theatre. The film follows a husband and wife on the verge of divorce, their kids, a lonely young man, a father struggling to support his family, a single mother in a pit of drug addiction, and a minister wallowing in anger and doubt as they all search for light in a dark city.
- The best double bassists in the world compete for a $30,000 prize at UNT tonight. Head to the Murchison Performing Arts Center in Denton for the Second International Double Bass Solo Competition. The performance is free and starts at 7:30 p.m.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.