FASHION: Project One Gallery is being transformed into a modern-day salon for Entitled, in which avant garde artists and designers have been invited to be "entitled and courageous in their expression of culture, sexuality, and fashion," featuring both fashion pieces and fashion-inspired art and sculpture. (7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Project One, 251 Rhode Island Street)

FILM: Castro Theatre presents a double feature exploring survival in the harsh wilderness with screenings of Meek's Cutoff, which takes place in the earliest days of the Oregon Trail when a wagon team of three families lose their way, and Limbo, "an existential drama about three people at an emotional crossroads, each of whom guards a secret, all forced into a desperate fight for survival when stranded in the Alaskan wilderness." (7 and 9 p.m., Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street)

SALON: The monthly Caveat Lector takes over Little Bird Coffeehouse for an open mic, featuring artists, poets, filmmakers musicians, dancers, writers. Tonight's featured artist is poet Stephen Kopel. (6 to 8 p.m., Little Bird Coffeehouse, 835 Geary Street)