The Half Dozen


1. Harry Potter Experience – The iconic Harry Potter Forbidden Forest Experience allows visitors to encounter hippogriffs, unicorns, and nifflers, practice casting their very own spells and explore a themed village where they can enjoy food and drink as well merchandise from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies. Admission starts at $34. Enjoy this experience until Jan. 13.

2. Dallas Contemporary – Bianca Bondi presents her show “A Preservation Method.” The exhibition is a tribute to the artist’s research into President Lyn- don B Johnson’s high- way beautification act of 1965, inspired by his wife Lady Bird Johnson and her interest in the environment. Following the opening day on Nov. 17, the exhibit will be on view through Mar. 17. Admission is free.

3. Taste & Tunes – On Nov. 18, District 121 presents the grand opening of restaurants and entertainment with Taste & Tunes, a day filled with food, live music and fun. Admission is free.

4. Dallas Symphony Orchestra – The DSO presents “Tchaikovsky Pathétique.” This will include selections from Yasushi Akutagawa’s Triptyque, Britten’s Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6, “Pathétique.” Tickets start at $44. There will be concerts from Nov. 16-19.

5. Holly Johnson Gallery – Holly Johnson Gallery presents “Snowy Forest,” by Dallas-based artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. The exhibition features a selection of new paintings including winter scenes and abstractions. Opening day is Nov. 18. Admission is free.

6. Craighead Green Gallery – CGG presents Patrick Pietropol: “Déjà vu” opening reception on Nov. 18. Pietropol explores the past revisited, introducing an ambiguity specific to nostalgia. Admission is free.


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