- Time is running out to see “Gloria” at the Bath House Cultural Center. The comedy is based on the life of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York City socialite who dreamed of singing operas. The only problem, she couldn’t sing. It’s onstage through Saturday.
- The Tyler Museum of Art has a new exhibition titled Floating Life. The show is a collection of large-scale works by San Antonio artist Liz Ward. It’s based on geological maps of the Mississippi river’s ancient courses and inspired by the artist’s childhood memories from South Louisiana.
- The Keller Public Arts Program is hosting a new public art show called Reimagine5. It features five artists who make work using repurposed materials. See it at Keller Town Hall through June 19.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.