West Austin Studio Tour. This year’s self-guided West Austin Studio Tour features 172 artist studios, 45 galleries, 92 temporary exhibitions and much more to see and do. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 20-21. Free. Various locations west of Interstate 35, east of MoPac Boulevard, south of U.S. 183 and north of William Cannon Drive. west.bigmedium.org
Conspirare’s "Unclouded Day." Expect an eclectic program curated by Conspirare founder and acclaimed Grammy Award-winning conductor Craig Hella Johnson for this concert featuring an 18-voice Conspirare ensemble. The group will sing a range of styles, including classical, folk and pop music, that has to do with the journey of women. Also included is a workshop performance of a choral work for Conspirare from composer Jocelyn Hagen based upon folk poetry by Pashtun women. 7 p.m. May 20. $10-$35. Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church, 7127 Bee Cave Rd. conspirare.org.
Food and Fun
The Cooking Light & Health Fit Foodie Festival & 5K. The family and dog-friendly event features local restaurants, meet-and-greets with John Hancock Elite Athlete Ambassadors, a beer and wine garden, fitness demonstrations and an impressive lineup of chefs. The 5K celebrates the balance of healthy food and an active lifestyle as runners eat their way to the finish line with bites at every mile before enjoying the festival afterward. This year’s run raises funds for No Kid Hungry, a national nonprofit. 8 to 11 a.m. May 20. $45. Old Settlers Park, 1371 Harrell Pkwy., Round Rock. fitfoodierun.com/austin-texas.html.
Central Texas Food Bank’s 21 County Fair. Make your way through the food bank’s warehouse with a pizza slice in one hand, a cold craft beer in the other — and an impulse to fight hunger at the first-ever 21 County Fair. You’ll get to enjoy games, drinks and free snacks as you learn more about the services and programs the Central Texas Food Bank provides throughout its 21-county service area. Via 313 Pizza, Moonshine Grill, Easy Tiger and Café Mueller Restaurant by H-E-B are among those providing eats. Boss Street Brass Band will play funk and jazz tunes. 5 to 9 p.m. May 20. $35-$10,000. 6550 Metropolis Drive. eventbrite.com/e/21-county-fair-presented-by-h-e-b-tickets-32743432488?ref=ebtnebtckt.
"Whose Live Anyway?" at Bass Concert Hall. Fans of the Emmy-nominated TV series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" are in for a special treat with this live version featuring the show’s Ryan Stiles and fellow comics Greg Proops, Jeff Davis and Joel Murray. They will play many of the hilarious games made famous on the show — currently in the midst of a revival on the CW — with all 90 minutes of "Whose Live Anyway?" entirely improvised. Be prepared for audience participation — you may even be asked to join the comics on stage. 7:30 p.m. May 21. $29.50-$59.75. 2350 Robert Dedman Drive. 512-471-9166, texasperformingarts.org.
Austin Sketch Fest. ColdTowne Theater presents the 8th Annual Austin Sketch Fest through Memorial Day weekend, showcasing the best scripted comedy from Austin and the national scene with a lineup of more than 30 acts including. You can get either festival passes or tickets for individual shows. May 22-28. $5-$50. ColdTowne Theater, 4803 Airport Blvd. coldtownetheater.com.