This weekend: Art, performances, urban bazaar, beer class, DIFF

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Artist Libba Sandusky Davis presents a one-night installation at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center starting at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The show includes seven live performances — music, dance and poetry — based on her works, starting at 8 p.m. A $10 donation is suggested for Trumpets4Kids, a nonprofit that provides musical instruments for kids who cannot afford them.

The Davis Foundry Gallery has an artist reception for an exhibit, “Myalgia”, by Ely Haeussler, a German-born artist who as a teenager was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and myositis.. That’s from 6-10 p.m. Saturday.

The first IndieGenius Bazaar is this weekend, and it includes more than 80 vendors of handmade and vintage stuff. It’s Saturday and Sunday at IndieGenius, Seventh and Zang. If you were a fan of the Urban Street Bazaar, go to this.

Oil & Cotton is offering a two-part beer-brewing class. The first one is 6-9 p.m. Saturday, April 9, and the second one is May 7. It costs $100 to enroll. The shop at Tyler and Seventh offers lots of other classes too. Here is the schedule.

The Texas Theatre is showing Dallas International Film Festival movies all weekend. Check the schedule.


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