5 things to do this weekend in Louisville (2/16)

FRIDAY

After Hours at the Speed
Speed Art Museum
Nonmembers, $18  |  5-10 p.m.
Mild-mannered art museum by day, party house by night! This month’s After Hours party features music by Joan Shelley, Dane Waters and Sara Louise Callaway, Ashley Thursby Kern and The Other Years. Also, enjoy a conversation with the curators on the latest blockbuster exhibit, “Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism”; a Speed Cinema screening of “The Insult” and a cash bar with food by Wiltshire at the Speed. Admission includes access to all of the museum’s exhibits.

Black Films Matter: ‘Get Out’
The Floyd Theater
$3  |  5 and 8 p.m.
Before you see “Black Panther,” celebrate other notable films starring people of color in the series “Black Films Matter” at The Floyd Theater. This Friday, the theater screens “Get Out” at 5 and 8 p.m.; on Saturday (Feb. 17) you can see “Girls Trip” at 2 and 5 p.m.; on Feb. 23, “Moonlight” will be shown at 5 and 8 p.m., with a discussion of the film following the 5 p.m. showing; and on Feb. 24, the series ends with the film “Straight Outta Compton,” at 2 and 5 p.m.

SATURDAY

Brother Wolves, Bungalow Betty, Some Day Soon, In Details
The Cure Lounge
$1  |  9 p.m.

Catch this show at The Cure Lounge with live acts by the psychedelic, soul band Brother Wolves; self-described “Twee Pop” band Bungalow Betty; blues, Americana band Some Day Soon; and indie, emo band In Details.

 

Giving Up, Cereal Glyphs, Wombo
Kaiju
$5  |  9 p.m.-12 a.m.
The band Giving Up is celebrating the release of their third full-length LP, “Garner Cardinals,” with help from a local lineup of punk rockers. So head to Kaiju for live acts by garage folk, punk band Giving Up; alt-rock band Cereal Glyphs; and psychedelic post-punk band Wombo.

SUNDAY

5th Annual Community Seed Swap
New Earth Organics and
 Hydroponics
No cover  |  4:30-6:30 p.m.
It may not feel like it, but spring is coming. And any gardener worth their weight in tomatoes knows it’s time to prepare. So bring your favorite seeds to share, and a sharpie and baggies or envelopes for the seeds you’ll be taking home. The swap will begin with a few local experts sharing tips and tricks for a successful season.