MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS
Get inspired at the Irving Arts Center, or discover geometric art at the MADI.
‘Rarely Seen: Photos of the Extraordinary
Produced in partnership with the National Geographic Society, the Irving Arts Center’s latest exhibition “Rarely Seen” is a breathtaking testament to the beauty of nature and the photographers who are able to capture it. On view through Jan. 29, “Rarely Seen” features an array of places and subjects from around the world: Volcanic lightning, captivating landscapes, 50-ton crystals, hidden caves and more. Admission is free. www.irvingartscenter.com. 3333 North MacArthur Blvd., Irving, 972.252.7558.
Benini: Alla Geometria!
Italian artist Benini (now a Hill Country resident) will showcase his decades-long series of cubes, spheres, triangles often in combination with the lyricism of ribbons at the Museum of Geometric & MADI Art. The exhibition opens Jan. 27 with an artist reception at 6 pm. www.geometricmadimuseum.org. 3109 Carlisle St., 214.855.7802.