Its a breezy-cool time at TMA's next installment of its mucho fab-o after-party art party. At Art After Dark, you can gussy up in your best duds and observe hipsters in their natural habitat. Most importantly, you can get in on some of the most imaginative sights and sounds happenings in Tampa Bay. Event organizers T. Hampton Dohrman and Shawn Kyle have assembled a unique soiree with music by DJ Brian Oblivion, a lighting-design installation created to cast shadows off Dominique Labauvie's sculptures, Dream Machine installations and a Joe Griffith collaboration involving industrial fans that make the museum's $15-million Alexander Calder mobile-like sculpture spin around. Art After Dark is Fri., Sept. 17, 8-11 p.m. at the Tampa Museum of Art in downtown Tampa. Free for members, $10 everyone else. www.tampamuseum.org.