Art

"Forest for the Trees" at Wally Workman Gallery. Artist Julia Lucey presents nature as sacred, using a process of collaging aquatint etchings that allows each plant or animal to be meticulously depicted and elevated to the symbolic. Her plant etchings are on display as part of PrintAustin, a citywide effort highlighting the print medium. Ian Shults' "You Should Smile, Darlin,'" also featured, focuses on the dynamic between the patriarchy and feminism. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 12 to 4 p.m. Sunday through Feb. 9. 1202 W. Sixth St. 512-472-7428, wallyworkmangallery.com

Theater & dance

The Amazing Acro-Cats and the Rock Cats. Cats doing tricks? That's something you probably have to see for yourself. The Amazing Acro-Cats are a troupe of real house cats that will jump and pounce their way into your heart. Watch one feline walk a tightrope, another ride a skateboard. The grand finale of this family-friendly show is the only all-cat band in existence, Tuna and the Rock Cats, with Tuna on cowbell, Oz on guitar, Asti on drums and Nue on keyboard. 7 p.m. Feb. 5-7. $27-$41. 719 Congress Ave. austintheatre.org

Music

Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet at McCullough Theatre. The ensemble that has virtually redefined the sound of the classical wind quintet returns to Austin. Founded in 1988, during the tenure of conductor Herbert von Karajan, the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet is the first permanently established wind quintet in the famous orchestra’s rich tradition of chamber music. The program includes Mozart's "Three Fantasies for mechanical organ." 8 p.m. Feb. 5. $10-$40. 2375 Robert Dedman Drive. 512-471-1444, texasperformingarts.org

Coming up

Colter Wall at Waterloo Records. The much-talked-about young Canadian troubadour’s Feb. 7 evening concert at Scoot Inn, a makeup date for the original Dec. 7 show that was postponed by inclement weather, is already sold out. The good news is that he’ll stop by Waterloo beforehand for a 5 p.m. in-store where not only the admission is free, so is the beer (while supplies last). 600 N. Lamar Blvd. waterloorecords.com — Peter Blackstock

"Singin' in the Rain" with the Austin Symphony Orchestra. It's worth seeing the Gene Kelly musical on the big screen at least once, and now is your chance. Topping the American Film Institute’s list of 25 Greatest Movie Musicals of all time, this film masterpiece comes to life for one night only, with the Austin Symphony accompanying the charming, award-winning on-screen performances by Kelly, Donald O’Connor and Debbie Reynolds. 8 p.m. Feb. 9. $35-$59. The Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive. 512-474-5664, austinsymphony.org