FILM: As part of SFMOMA's Robert Frank Retrospective, Program 3 will be a screening of three of Frank's short films. Keep Busy is a spontaneous, improvised story of a group of people living on an island off Nova Scotia, Energy and How to Get It combines documentary and fictional ideas, and Home Improvements, which was Frank's first video project, is about the relationship between Frank's life as an artist and his personal life, and how the two are inevitably intertwined.

7 p.m. // Phyllis Watts Theater, SFMOMA (151 Third St) // $5 (free for members)

DANCE: In “what we know so far…” Mama Calizo’s Voice Factory's Artists in Residence Jesselito Bie and Jennifer Chien present "The Dirty Sanchez & Other Positions," "a series of athletic and zany movement portraits that examine the tension between our public identities and private selves," and "El Tiempo y La Estacion,” "an abstract meditation on the cycles of relationship portrayed through the turning wheel of seasonal change."

8 p.m. // Mama Calizo’s Voice Factory (1519 Mission St) // $15-20

MUSIC: It's the third installment of San Francisco band Loquat's Residency at Cafe Du Nord. Mark Eitzel will be performing a few songs on-stage with the band. The Union Trade and Aim Low Kid open.

8 p.m. // Cafe Du Nord (2170 Market St) // $10