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    "Les Diners de Gala" by Salvador Dalí

    The Spanish surrealist painter illustrated the cookbook Gala’s Dinners in 1973 that included 136 recipes by French chefs. This traveling exhibit features 12 lithographs that were released in conjunction with the book and are some of his most unique experimental prints.
    Jan. 15-March 27. Free.  
    Noël Art Museum, San Angelo
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    Art Crowd After-Hours Access to “Calder-Picasso”

    Grab this opportunity to see the works by Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso – two of the foremost figures in 20th-century art – before it closes on Jan. 30.
    Fri., Jan. 28, 6:30-8:30pm. $35, nonmembers.  
    Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
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    Grand Prairie Lunar New Year

    Get a jump on the Year of the Tiger with live performances, vendors, and fireworks to wrap up the final weekend.
    Festival: Fri.-Sun., Jan. 28-30. Lion dance & fireworks: Sat.-Sun., Feb. 5-6. Free.  
    Grand Prairie
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    No Stone Unturned: A Lifetime of Archaeology

    Ben McReynolds has donated his extensive and unique collection to the museum. It will be on view for a year along with the permanent collection that includes artifacts from La Belle, the French ship discovered in Matagorda Bay; the story of ranching on the coast; and more than 13,000 years of Texas history.
    April 23, 2021-April 30, 2022. Tue.-Sat. 10am-4pm  
    Museum of the Coastal Bend, Victoria
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    Texas Citrus Fiesta

    In its 90th year, the festival celebrates the winter harvest with a parade, carnival, local music, and lots of oranges and grapefruit.
    Fri.-Sat., Jan. 28-29  
    Mission
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    Tour the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s online exhibitions or take a virtual tour of Renzi, Bayou Bend, or the museum.

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