- There are lots of great art shows opening this Saturday. In Dallas, the contemporary artspace Site131 pairs regional and international artists in a group show called “Structured.”
- And at the Latino Cultural Center, the exhibition “Honoring Our Ancestors: A 500-Year Journey Back to Hernán Cortés” opens for a four-week run. The show takes a dip into Latino History in order to highlight cultural contributions.
- This weekend, don’t miss Ntozake Shange’s mosts celebrated theatrical work – “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf.” The play features spoken word poetry about traumas such as abandonment, rape, and abortion. See that at Art Centre Theatre in Plano.
- You can also see dance inspired by the music of Tchaikovsky. Don’t miss the Ballet Frontier of Texas perform throughout the weekend at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.