- Dallas artist Ann McIntyre creates contemporary geometric monotypes on paper. She experiments with leftover packaging materials, bubble wrap, netting, and construction site fencing to build multicolored layers and textures. See “Monotypes” at ART7 Gallery in Fort Worth through Jan. 27.
- Rev. Dr. William Barber is a civil rights activist from North Carolina known for his “Moral Monday” protests. You can hear him tonight at Moody Performance Hall for his Forward Together: 13th Annual MLK Symposium.
- The Forum Gallery at Brookhaven College in Farmers Branch has a new installation of ceramic works by Catherine Cornelius. Her show, “Domestic Reveal,” is on view through Feb. 5.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.