• Last Weekend to Experience “Sensing Deep Space: Pandora’s Cluster”   
    Bank of America Hall 
    Tickets: Free (ticket information)
    Through Feb. 4
    Enter and exit anytime 1-7 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday 

    Get an up close and personal look at Pandora’s Cluster, a galactic collision of several galaxy clusters located approximately 4 billion light-years away, through this multisensory installation that uses images captured via the James Webb Space Telescope along with a soundtrack created by audiovisual artist and composer Ben Heim. The installation is the collaborative work of a team of artists, scientists and technicians coordinated by Houston nonprofit SciArt Exchange, including staff and students from UT Dallas’ Physics Department and the UT Dallas Bass School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology’s ArtSciLab. Funded through the Eisemann Edge Initiative at the Communities Foundation of Texas, additional support provided by the Richardson Cultural Arts Commission and the City of Richardson.   
  • RSO: “A Night at the Movies” Tomorrow 
    Hill Performance Hall
    Tickets: $22-$80 (ticket information)
    Saturday, Feb. 3
    7:30 p.m.

    A tribute to some of our favorite Hollywood heroes and villains, with guest commentary by Gary Cogill, longtime film critic for WFAA. The program includes music from “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” “Psycho,” “Jaws” and “Dances with Wolves.”
  • Keyboard Conversations®: “Festive French Fare” Monday Night 
    Bank of America Theatre
    Tickets: $42-$50 (ticket information)
    Monday, Feb. 5
    7:30 p.m.

    Concert pianist Jeffrey Siegel blends commentary and performance in his Keyboard Conversations® series—the Feb. 5 program features music from some of the most popular French composers of all time, including Debussy, Saint-Saens, Faure, Ravel and Satie.   
  • RISD Art Showcase Opens with Free “First Friday Reception” Tonight 
    Green Mezzanine Gallery
    Admission: Free
    Friday, Feb. 2
    6-8 p.m.

    Come meet the artists of the RISD Districtwide K-12 Arts Showcase and enjoy light bites. The exhibit will continue through Feb. 25, open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and during all Eisemann Center public performances.