Do It Today: Perfectly Imperfect at the Dunedin Fine Art Center and fingerstyle guitar fiend Shaun Hopper at Skipper's

Still & Moving, a themed multimedia presentation by students and members inspired by contemporary translations of the still life Both are on display through June 6. dfac.org. Dunedin Fine Art Center, Dunedin.


A staple of Skipper’s, fingerstyle acoustic guitar virtuoso Shaun Hopper is joined by The Deacon Blues Band, what I can only imagine is a Steely Dan cover band — or a jazz-R&B-prog-rock outfit seriously influenced by the seminal Dan. 7 p.m. Tues., June 1, Skipper's Smokehouse, Tampa, $7, skipperssmokehouse.com. --Leilani Polk

includes works by Jane D’Arensbourg, Aganetha & Richard Dyck, April Kawaoka, David Smalley, Ryan Takaba and Kimberly Witham (work pictured right). The artists explore varying views of the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi Sabi — the beauty of imperfection, impermanence and incompleteness — via photography, ceramics, glass, metals and mixed-media sculpture On display through June 27.

Also opening are The Metaphoric Object, an exhibition of select artists working in pastel, oil, photography, printmaking and sculpture feature "still lifes that speak louder than words, and unexpected objects with their own tale to tell." Artists represented include: Susan Hauptman, Jane Lund, Thomas Koole, Johntimothy Pizzuto, Justine Reyes, Eric Wert and Cybèle Young; and

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