- The Latino Cultural Center in Dallas holds an opening reception on Saturday for LatinX artist Armando Sebastian. His work blends dreams and reality and draws inspiration from 90s culture. You can see his show “The Dreamer/Parallel Universe” through March 18.
- Also on Saturday, Americana group The Rough and Tumble performs an acoustic set at The Old Firehouse in Edom. The duo has released five EPs and two albums in 8 years and incorporates multiple instruments into their performances.
- In Gainsville, Butterfield Stage Players performs the classic, “Sarah, Plain and Tall.” The play is set in the early 1900s and is told in flashbacks, as the daughter of a farmer recalls how her father put an ad in a newspaper to find a wife, and how that ad was answered by a woman who described herself as “plain and tall.”
- On Sunday, Mount Vernon Music presents Sacred and Familar at the First Baptist Church in Farmers Branch. Their first concert of the new year features harpist Barbara Biggers in a program of music rooted in the land and the mystical.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.
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