inspiration and creative process. On Nov. 8,
The Geometric Gala is chaired by celebrated
fashion designer and interdisciplinary artist
Elisa Jimenez. geometricmadimuseum.org
09 KIMBELL ART MUSEUM
Faces of Impressionism: Portraits from the Musée
d’Orsay opens Oct. 19–Jan. 25, displaying
works by the major figures of Impressionist
portraiture including Degas, Monet, and
Renoir. The comprehensive exhibition
will include pieces by artists whose work
was influenced by the impressionists, and
is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue
that includes essays written by the exhibition
curators and other experts in the artistic field.
Image: Vincent van Gogh, Self-Portrait, 1887,
oil on canvas 17 5/16 x 14 in. kimbellart.org
10 LATINO CULTURAL CENTER
Musical Gold of Peru is a concert held Oct.
4 to honor the Peruvian musical tradition
played by the New Philharmonic Orchestra
of Irving, in partnership with the Consulate
General of Peru in Dallas. Uptown’s Pike Park:
Little Jerusalem to Little Mexico, 100 Years of
Settlement traces the roots of Dallas’s Jewish
and Mexican communities surrounding the
Pike Park area, recalling the contributions
of each group to their new communities.
Through Oct. 18.
11 MCKINNEY AVENUE
The MAC hosts two exhibitions opening
12 MEADOWS MUSEUM
Nov.8throughDec.20.MA C@ 20 Part
II celebrates the museum’s 20th year and
features over 75 artists who have exhibited
at the space over the last decade. Christopher
Cascio’s Current Obsessions is the MAC’s
second-annual MAC PAC (Patrons + Artists
Collective), exploring themes of collecting,
hoarding, and addiction. Image: Rusty
Scruby, 574475, 2013, orange juice carton
reconstruction, 33 x 20 x 20 in. the-mac.org.
Goya: A Lifetime of Graphic Invention explores
the graphic prints of this prolific Spanish
artist. The more than 200-work exhibition
reconsiders the artist’s celebrated career
as a painter in the context of his lifelong
engagement with printmaking and includes
complete first-edition sets of Goya’s four
major print series. Through Mar. 1.
13 MODERN MUSEUM OF FORT
Magnolia at the Modern is an ongoing series
that features critically acclaimed films
shown Friday–Sunday. The Notebook is
shown Oct. 10–12, My Old Lady will play
Oct. 17–19, and Last Days in Vietnam will be
viewed Oct. 24–26. themodern.org
14 MUSEUM OF BIBLICAL ARTS
Oct. 5 marks the opening of Mysteries, Signs,
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and Wonders: the Art of Barbara Hines with an
evening reception chaired by prominent
art collector and patron, Dr. Carolyn Farb.
The show features a collection of significant
works on paper, presented as the inaugural
exhibition for the museum’s new National
Center for Jewish Art. Through Aug. 30, 2015.
Sightings offers a self-titled exhibition
Anna-Bella Papp, which showcases a series of
unfired clay reliefs running Oct. 24–Jan.
18. Provocations: The Architecture and Design
of Heatherwick Studio displays sketches and
photographs to provide insight into the
extraordinary creative process of British
designer Thomas Heatherwick and his
collaborators through Jan. 4.
16 PEROT MUSEUM
2theXtreme: Math Alive is an interactive
exhibition that encourages kids to explore
the infinite possibilities of math behind
their favorite activities. Highlights include
a pivoting snowboard that shows the
relationship between angles and motion,
a 360-degree photo shoot, and the chance
to create your own video game with 3-D
models. Through Jan. 4. perotmuseum.org
17 TYLER MUSEUM OF ART
Goodnight Rose City showcases a series of
original book illustrations by Lindsay
Boone alongside new images captured
by photojournalist Herb Nygren Jr. in
an exhibition that celebrates the city of
Tyler. Through Oct. 19. Contemporary Texas:
Selections from the Permanent Collection showcases
some of the TMA’s most celebrated works.
The exhibition continues through Nov. 30.
NOTED: VISUAL ARTS