Three can’t-miss Oak Cliff arts events

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Oak Cliff-based water color artist Tauma Wiggins opens an exhibition at Dallas Heritage Village tonight. “Every Building Tells a Story” showcases Dallas architecture as part of the park’s 50th anniversary. The opening reception starts at 7 p.m., and the show runs through March 31.

Sam Ratcliffe, head of special collections in SMU’s Jake and Nancy Hamon Arts Library, gives a presentation on sculptor Octavio Medellin from 7:30-9 p.m. Thursday, March 17, at Turner House. The Latino Cultural Center is running a retrospective on Medellin’s work through March 31.

Tyler Street Methodist Church hosts organist Shelton Weeks for a free concert at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, March 20. Weeks is one of the top organists in the world, and the concert showcases the church’s extraordinary organ. It is a 132-rank Memorial organ, one of the largest in the Southwest United States. The concert will feature movie tunes as well as classical music favorites and sing alongs.

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