The Half Dozen

  1. Sistine Chapel Exhibition – Missing Rome? The Exhibition recreates the ceiling of the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, displayed in their original size. Come see this exhibition at the Irving Mall between Feb. 11 to March 20. Tickets starting at $17.50
  2. The Continual Struggle – The George W. Bush Presidential Center will present “The Continual Struggle: The American Freedom Movement and the Seeds of Social Change” by Brian Washington. This collection, 13 years in the making, documents all phases of the civil rights movement. This exhibit opened on Jan. 17, and ends on March 27, admission is $16. 
  3. Immersive Frida Khalo –  A space where visitors can explore the world through the eyes of Frida Kahlo, visitors will see her work come to life in detail accompanied by a musical score. Guests will discover the people, events and obstacles that made Kahlo the woman she was. The exhibition will provide a 360-degree experience inside the colorful world of her artwork. Visit this exhibit between Feb. 3 to April 17. Admission starts at $55. 
  4. The Mysterious Circus – World-class mind-blowing contortionists, high-flying acrobats, the terrifying Globe of Death, Wheel of Death and more will come together to bring you the Mysterious Circus. Adult admission starts at $30. There will be five shows between Feb. 4-6. 
  5. Sundown at Granada – Sundown at Granada is a beer garden and eatery that always provides live musical entertainment along with fresh seasonal dishes to enjoy. On Sat. Feb. 5, they will be hosting “An Evening with Dale Watson and his Lonestars.” Admission is $20. 
  6. Beautiful Evidence – Artrinity presents “Beautiful Evidence,” an exhibition featuring the work of artist Adam Ball. These works include paintings, drawings, etchings, and a new screen print. View these works online until Feb. 28. This event is virtual, admission is free!


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