Trinity University drawing professor Jessica Halonen’s curious artworks are often inspired by “dysfunctional biological systems.” At first glance, her delicate sculptures and scientific-looking drawings bring to mind the type of botanicals that might grow in the mythical forest that surrounds Candy Land, but are actually based on gene-splicing and pharmaceutical production. Halonen’s work has been shown extensively throughout Texas, notably as part of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s permanent collection. Free, 5-8 p.m. Cactus Bra Space, 106C Blue Star, (210) 226-6688, cactusbraspace.com
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