Indie duo Wye Oak premieres a music video for “Fish”—off the fab Civilian CD—at Metro Gallery tonight. It’s part of an exhibition of new work by Kathy Fahey, who created the paper cuts used in the video. Following a screening of the film Who Does She Think She Is?—Pamela Boll’s documentary about women juggling motherhood and careers in the arts—Dr. Leslie King-Hammond moderates a panel discussion with artists Ellen Burchenal, Najwa Al-Amin, Edna Emmet, and Rain Pryor at the Creative Alliance.
Tomorrow, there’s a diverse selection of music on tap: Concert Artists of Baltimore presents an all-Beethoven program at Peabody, Sweet Honey in the Rock comes to the Meyerhoff, and Arty Hill’s Honky Tonk Dance Party kicks up a storm at the Creative Alliance. And devotees of The Wire won’t want to miss Sonja Sohn’s ReWired for Change benefit—featuring Wire cast members, gourmet food, and a beer garden—at Silo Point. VIP tix are sold out, but general admission tickets ($75) are still available.