ART: Montage artist Winston Smith, who has created some of punk rock’s most lasting and iconic symbols, will be exhibiting select retrospective works spanning thirty years at Deep Dimension in his first major SF show in a decade. The show runs through October 14th.

6 to 9 p.m. // E6 Gallery (1632 Market St) // free

SCIENCE: Knowledge Hacking includes work by three sets of artists who were invited to use the university research environment as raw material for their work, demonstrating a range of ways in which scientists and artists might share their expertise, to better investigate how we understand and engage with our world.

4 to 7 p.m. // Worth Ryder Gallery (116 Kroeber Hall, UC Berkeley, College Ave & Bancroft Way) // free

STORYTELLING: This month's Bawdy Storytelling, entitled Cheapskate Sex & Cut-Rate Coitus, features "inspirational tales from thrifty people who specialize in frugal fornication, and who can squeeze a dollar til it moans."

7 to 11 p.m. // The Blue Macaw (2565 Mission St) // $10