Ray Wylie Hubbard performs at the Kessler Theater Friday. He’s an Adamson alumnus and Texas country music legend.
The Oak Cliff Cultural Center opens an exhibit “La Virgen de Guadalupe,” Saturday, Dec. 10. An opening reception is from 6-8 p.m., and the exhibit runs through Dec. 31. From a media release:
“The exhibition is curated by Jose Vargas and features various artworks composed from a wide array of media by several artists from across the state. This eclectic exhibition will feature a variety of artistic depictions of the virgin of Guadalupe, an important symbol for Catholics and non-Catholics alike. An iconic figure that represents both the historical and progressive facets of the Latin American people, La Virgen de Guadalupe continues to be a prominent representation of Hispanic culture.”
A Tyler/Davis block party Saturday includes a clothing and food drive benefiting Genesis Women’s Shelter.
Davis Foundry gallery is having an art sale Sunday.
The Texas Theatre is screening a 35 mm print of “Run Lola Run.”
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