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From "Alita" installation to Fixe anniversary, Tuesday has it all

Arianna Auber
aauber@statesman.com
Fixe Southern House is hosting a four-year anniversary happy hour that will go toward a good cause. [Tamir Kalifa for AMERICAN-STATESMAN]

Dining

Fixe Austin's 4-Year Anniversary Happy Hour. The downtown Southern-inspired restaurant celebrates a birthday by giving back to the Center for Child Protection. For the two-hour happy hour, pay $25 to indulge in complimentary bites from the Fixe kitchen while tasting wines from Patz & Hall, Stag’s Leap and Nicolas Feuillatte. Everyone who brings in donation items will receive a $10 discount. For items needed, visit the center's website. 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 29. Free. Fixe Southern House, 500 W. Fifth St. facebook.com/events/2150689131815473/.

Music

Midday Music: The Butler Brass Quartet. Spice up your lunch break with some bold brass sounds for this year's return of the Blanton Museum's Midday Music series. This performance comes from the Butler Brass Quartet, made up of adventurous euphonium players from the University of Texas’s Butler School of Music. The quartet uses its instrumentation like a blank canvas to bring diverse music from string quartets, vocal selections, contemporary repertoire and rock tunes to their audiences. 12 p.m. Jan. 29. $5-$12. 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. blantonmuseum.org.

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. In her eyes, wonder is embedded in the natural scenes around us. Her plant etchings are on display at Wally Workman as part of the citywide PrintAustin movement. 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.

Film

"Alita: Battle Angel" — Passport to Iron City. Robert Rodriguez, James Cameron and Jon Landau have created a futuristic world with their upcoming film "Alita: Battle Angel." Now, Austin is one of three cities in the U.S. where this world is being recreated in an immersive experience, Passport to Iron City. You'll be able to explore Iron City, duplicated down to the last detail by the film's production designers, doing things like talking to the city's gritty residents and more. 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through Feb. 13. $25. Austin Studios, 1901 E. 51st St. alitaexperience.com.

Coming up

The Bruery/Bruery Terreux Beer Dinner at the Brass Tap Domain. The Brass Tap Domain will serve a five-course menu with dishes curated by the restaurant's resident cicerone and the guest chef to match, contrast and accentuate the nuances of each beer. Courses include a bourbon-glazed stuffed pork tenderloin paired with Wether, a German-style Weizenbock. Tickets include the dishes, beer pairings and a beautiful Bruery tulip glass to take home with you. 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 31. $79.22. 10910 Domain Dr. Ste. 120. eventbrite.com/e/bruerybruery-terreux-beer-pairing-dinner-tickets-51783885997.

"Grand Misery" at the Hideout Theatre. "Grand Misery," an epic, improvised, tragic musical spectacular arrives at the Hideout Theatre, inspired by a very popular and very French musical. You'll watch the stories of triumphant heroes, tragic waifs who belt out songs right before they die, wide-eyed rebels, seedy side characters, lovestruck ingenues, cold-hearted villains and more unfold before your eyes in this Broadway-style show. 8 p.m. Saturday through March 2. 617 Congress Ave. 512-443-3688, hideouttheatre.com.