Music

Warren Hood at ABGB. Fiddler and bandleader Hood was typically low-key about his group celebrating its three-year anniversary of this popular weekly residency gig recently, suggesting residencies really start hitting their peak around year five. Hood knows the territory, having played many of them himself after being raised amid the long-running residences his late father Champ Hood held down here in the 1980s and ’90s. No need to wait till 2020, though: This is a great gig now, one of the best deals in town. 6:30 p.m. Aug. 15. Free. 1305 W. Oltorf St. theabgb.com. — Peter Blackstock

Sound & Cinema at the Long Center lawn. It’s the final installment of the popular music and movie series co-presented by Do512 and the Alamo Drafthouse. The comedic crime flick "O Brother Where Art Thou" will play at sunset, providing a perfect pairing with local country band Rattlesnake Milk. The group, playing beforehand at 7:30 p.m., has a complementary sound to the music you’ll hear in the film — country, folk and bluegrass. Food trucks will be on hand to provide dinner. 6 p.m. doors Aug. 15. Free. 603 N. Lamar Blvd. 512-474-5664, thelongcenter.org.

Theater & dance

"The Wizard of DOGZ." Circus Chickendog is back to celebrate the end of summer with families. Talented performer Darren Peterson and his pack of circus dogs will go on a journey to find "The Wizard of DOGZ." The five incredible rescue dogs who perform, as well as a talking and singing scarlet macaw named Lauren Macaw, will have to navigate the yellow brick road during a show of daring unicycle tricks, balancing acts, puppets, live music and more. 1 to 2 p.m. Aug. 15-17. $10. The Institution Theater, 7308 Woodbury Drive. chickendog.net/stageshow/.

Art

A Conversation with Women in Art & Design. How does Austin’s art and design scene stand out? Find out all the ways at this Wally Workman Gallery panel featuring four top-notch women artists. Playa Real Tequila will be serving up complimentary cocktails to all in attendance. The participating artists are Sara Malek Barney, Diana Greenberg, Sara Reichardt and Joyce Howell, whose art is on display now as part of the gallery’s sixth solo show with her. 6:30 p.m. Aug. 15. Free. 1202 W. Sixth St. eventbrite.com/e/a-conversation-with-women-in-art-design-tickets-48663230031?.

Film

"The Meg" with Texas Vertebrate Paleontology Collections. What would the megalodon — the subject of a new action movie starring Jason Statham — be like in real life? And how does the field of paleontology relate to sharks? The University of Texas’ Texas Vertebrate Paleontology Collections crew will answer those questions and more, as well as show off some fossils, before a screening of "The Meg." 6:45 p.m. Aug. 15. $11.64. Alamo Village, 2700 W. Anderson Lane. drafthouse.com.