Hey Marseilles. The Underground. 7 p.m.
Seattle-based indie folk band Hey Marseilles will perform at The Underground in a concert sponsored by AB Underground. The concert is free and open to the public.
Allan Chochinov lecture. Margaret Morrison A14. 5 p.m.
Designer, journalist, and educator Allan Chochinov will give a lecture as part of the School of Design lecture series “How Do You Design the Future?” The lecture is free and open to the public.
Open Mic Night. Skibo Café. 6 p.m.
AB Skibo presents Open Mic Night at Skibo Café. The event is free and open to the public.
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic and Choirs Concert. Carnegie Music Hall. 8 p.m.
The Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic and Choirs will perform Anton Bruckner’s Te Deum and Robert Schumann’s Symphony No. 4. Ticket information can be found at music.cmu.edu.
wats:ON? Festival 2013: NOISE. College of Fine Arts Building. Through April 7.
The annual three-day architecture festival returns to Carnegie Mellon, this year exploring the realm of noise through analog, digital, and apparatus-enhanced sound-music performances. The festival celebrates the life and work of architect, artist, and teacher Jill Watson. More information, including the full weekend schedule, can be found at watsonfestival.org.
Purity Ring with Blue Hawaii. Mr. Small’s Theatre. 8 p.m.
Electronic pop groups Purity Ring and Blue Hawaii will perform at Mr. Small’s Theatre in Millvale. More information and tickets can be found at mrsmalls.com.
Cured! featuring Pittsburgh Track Authority. Remedy. 10 p.m.
Local electronic group Pittsburgh Track Authority will play a DJ set at this month’s Cured! at Remedy in Lawrenceville. The event costs $3 at the door and is 21+.
Miracles of Modern Science. The Underground. 7 p.m.
Indie pop band Miracles of Modern Science will play a concert at The Underground, hosted by AB Underground. The Brooklyn-based group creates unique music featuring a double bass, a cello, a mandolin, and a violin. The concert is free and open to the public.
Zola Jesus. CFA Lawn. 8 p.m.
Electronic darkwave singer-songwriter Zola Jesus will perform on the CFA Lawn in a concert presented by AB Coffeehouse. Jesus’ most recent album Conatus was released in 2011 and met with highly positive reviews. The concert is free and open to the public. The rain location will be Wiegand Gymnasium.
Power Pixels. Wood Street Galleries. Through April 7.
The Wood Street Galleries are hosting an exhibit by visual artist Miguel Chevalier that features two self-generative video installations. More information and gallery hours are available at woodstreetgalleries.org.
CMU International Film Festival. McConomy Auditorium. Through April 13.
Sponsored by the Humanities Center, the Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival presents “Faces of Media.” This year’s festival features Pittsburgh-premiere screenings of over a dozen award-winning films from all over the world. More information on the festival, including information about tickets and screenings, can be found at cmu.edu/faces.
Basement Miracle: 2013 MFA Thesis Exhibition. Miller Gallery. Through April 21.
Master of Fine Arts candidates Scott Andrew, Felipe Castelblanco, Craig Fahner, Steve Gurysh, Luke Loeffler, Dan Wilcox, and Erin Womack present final work in their thesis exhibition. More information is available at millergallery.cfa.cmu.edu.
Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years. The Andy Warhol Museum. Through April 28.
The Andy Warhol Museum celebrates the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s famous “Campbell’s Soup Cans” with contemporary Warhol-inspired pieces and works by the pop art visionary himself. Admission to the museum is free for Carnegie Mellon students.
What We Collect: Recent Art Acquisitions, 2007–2012. Hunt Library, Fifth Floor. Through June 30.
The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation presents an exhibition of recent acquisitions to the art department, from the early 19th century to the present. More information on the exhibit is available at