6/30: New School, Old School and Just Plain School

Culture comes in many forms and time frames tonight

JUST SAY WHAT YOU SEE - NO JUDGEMENT HERE: Have you ever taken a rorschach test? Maybe in Psych 101 you sat with a partner and tried like hell not to sound like a psychopath nor a person of no real depth as you deciphered one of the blotter cards. Luckily for all of us you can now just sit and stare without fear of reprimand as the Holly Johnson Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of INK, INC., a group exhibition of works on paper. The exhibition features recent work from the following artists: John Adelman, Isabel Albrecht, Astrid Bowlby, Ernesto Caivano, Todd Camplin, Jacob El Hanani, Il Lee, M, and Linn Meyers. INK, INC. continues through August 14.

A HISTORY LESSON IN COOL: There was a time before TMZ when the words celebrity and grace happened to go together. If you're into seeing a part of America's past that is simply no more then Ft. Worth has just the thing for you at the Amon Carter Museum. Immerse yourself in the Carter’s latest photography exhibition, "Masterworks of American Photography: Popular Culture." These images offer moments of recognition that bind us as a culture, and remind us of photography’s vibrant ability to reflect our shared lives.

THAT'S A CLOSE SHAVE: Who say's school plays are for the nerds...uh, we mean birds. If you want action, romance and insanity then check out the Clariden School of Southlake's performance of Sweeney Todd. The rare instance of a musical thriller, Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s chilling, suspenseful, heart-pounding masterpiece of murderous barber-ism and culinary crime tells the infamous tale of the unjustly exiled barber who returns to 19th century London seeking revenge against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. His thirst for blood soon expands to include his unfortunate customers.

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