- Sharpen your pinball wizard skills for the Texas Pinball Festival at the Frisco Hotel Conference Center. Throughout the weekend, more than 400 vintage and new pinball machines & arcade games are ready to play, and there’ll be trophies and memorabilia on hand.
- In Dallas, Southwest Gallery is featuring classic, mid-century paintings of the American landscape from the Texas Hill Country to the mountains of Colorado. See works by such artists as Robert Wood and W. A. Slaughter in The Beauty of the American Landscape now through April 6.
- Guest conductor Ward Stare leads the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, as well as Benjamin Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings. The concert runs this weekend only at Bass Performance Hall.
- The Webb Gallery in Waxahachie often features unusual or self-taught artists. The current show, “Drifting from Door to Door,” features collages and paintings by Max Kuhn, as well as vintage tattoo art from the legendary collection of novelist and tattoo master Jonathan Shaw.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.