ART: Chrome Industries brings its popular ArtCrank SF event to 111 Minna, showcasing the bicycle-inspired work of over 30 participating Bay Area artists. Be sure to take home a poster or two! (7 p.m., 111 Minna Gallery, 111 Minna)

MUSIC: The dirty, sexy Spank Rock, who come from "the wall-sweating, pipe-bursting, hip-grinding basements of the Baltimore Bass movement," will play a free all-ages show at Amoeba tonight before they head over to the Mezzanine for a down-and-dirty set, as part of the Check Yo Ponytail Tour. (6 p.m., Amoeba, 1855 Haight Street | 9 p.m., Mezzanine, 444 Jessie Street)

FILM: Daniel Bacon, writer and founder of the Barbary Coast Trail, San Francisco’s official history walk, presents a film screening of Madams of the Barbary Coast, featuring Tessie Wall and a diverse group of the Madams and sex workers who "flourished or perished in the mythically male-dominated mileux of early 20th century San Francisco." (Via FunCheapSF) (7 to 9 p.m., Meridian Gallery, 535 Powell Street)