- SMU professor Ira Greenberg is a painter, animator, and designer but he teaches computer science. See how he merges his interests in his exhibition “Embodied Algorithm: [Re]embracing the Analog” at SMU’s Hamon Arts Library.
- The Judith Carrier Library at Tarrant County College’s Southeast Campus has a visiting exhibition from the National Library of Medicine called “Native Voices: Native Peoples/Concepts of Health and Illness.” Head to the Arlington campus to learn about how Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians view health and its connection to community, land, and spirit.
- In Denton, three music faculty members take the stage tonight at the Voertman Concert Hall. Don’t be tardy and catch the UNT Faculty Recital featuring John Scott, clarinet; Eugene Osadchy, cello; and Steven Harlos, pianist and composer.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.