- In Dallas, the Erik Jonsson Central Library presents a Juneteenth Jubilee. This celebration of freedom features music, dance and a gripping history lesson. Special guest lecturer will Dr. Deborah Plant, editor of “Barracoon: The Story of the Last Black Cargo” a memoir of the last known survivor of the transatlantic slave trade.
- The Danielle Georgiou Dance Group and the Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet are just two of the artists participating in the Over the Bridge Arts’ Summer Solstice Artspot event. Check out the day-long arts fest featuring dance, music, and art on Saturday at Sylvan | Thirty in Dallas.
- On Sunday, the Kimbell Art Museum invites you to learn more about the French painter Claude Monet. Head there to see a documentary that looks into the impressionist master’s life. Afterward, take the time to take in the museum’s current exhibition “Monet: The Late Years.”
- Throughout the weekend, imPULSE dance project performs a program called “ICONS” that merges new dance with songs by iconic musicians. Catch it at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.