Sunday is your last chance to see Power and Glory: Court Arts of China's Ming Dynasty
at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Our visual art critic Julianna Thibodeaux had this to say about the four-star exhibit: "This period in Chinese history stands out for its aesthetic fruits, as well as its maritime and mass production prowess. Consider the richness of symbolism, which endures to this day: the dragon as a symbol of power, the fish as a symbol of abundance and prosperity. These and other symbols made appearances in jade, silk painting, textiles and carvings, among the many artforms enjoyed by Ming court artists."
For info and tickets go to www.imamuseum.org. Sunday's museum hours are noon-5 p.m.
While you're there you can also catch the final day of Edward Hopper: Paper to Paint.