William Forsythe, Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time, No. 3, 2015, plumb bobs, string, compressed air cylinders, and aluminum frames. 

William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects

Thru Sept. 15 | Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Each summer, the MFAH transforms its Upper Brown Pavilion into a massive, interactive, Instagrammable art installation (you might remember last year's monumental Big Bambú). Summer 2019 brings a trifecta of works from choreographer William Forsythe, most notably Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time, No. 2—a dangling array of pendulums that invites visitors to weave among its organized chaos.

Tickets from $10. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1001 Bissonnet St. 713-639-7300. More info and tickets at mfah.org

Celebrating Pauline Oliveros

May 25–27 | Multiple Locations

An influential artist and composer who collaborated with figures including Phillip Glass and John Cage, Pauline Oliveros is finally getting recognition in her hometown. This weekend features three events: an interactive evening of performances at Discovery Green introducing the concept of deep listening; yet another performance from four of her close collaborators in Buffalo Bayou's subterranean cistern; and a gallery-spanning performance of Oliveros' 1988 "Sound Piece" at Lawndale Art Center.

Discovery Green info here; Cistern info here; Lawndale info here.

House of Enid — "Creation"

May 25 | Sabine Street Studios

In-the-know Houstonians already follow @houseofenid on Instagram for a steady stream of innovative, editorial fashion designs. Catch the debut of their second collection this Saturday at a "a one-of-a-kind Fashion Show & Fine Art Experience."

Tickets from $25. Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine St. More info and tickets via Eventbrite.

Mushroom Rally

May 25–26 | K1 Speed

Mario Kart comes to life at this live go-kart event—one of 16 national qualifying heats that will determine who advances to the national championship in Vegas. No word on whether the event is BYOBP (Bring Your Own Banana Peel).

Tickets from $40. K1 Speed, 14900 Northwest Fwy. More info and tickets via Eventbrite.

Bingo in the Biergarten

May 27 | Karbach Brewing Co.

While it's not quite as all-out as Bingo in the Heights, we're still partial to Karbach's weekly event. Catch us there for prizes and their huge German pretzel. 

Free. Karbach Brewing Co., 2032 Karbach St. More info via Facebook

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