Here’s a shocker: Salvador Dalí had a fascination with death. No, really: cypress trees, skulls, dead family members — they all show up in his work. If you want to know more — and of course you do — here’s your chance to hear Peter Tush, The Dalí Museum’s curator of education, talk Dalí and the dead. He’ll even delve into a Dalí’s 1934 essay, "New Colors of Spectral Sex Appeal." How can you not go to this?
One Dali Blvd., St. Petersburg | Oct. 18: 6 p.m. | thedali.org