MUSIC: DJ Neil Armstrong headlines the SF International Asian American Film Festival's Directions In Sound 2012, a genre-bending showcase featuring emerging artists and established vets. The show also features Blackbird Blackbird, Hopie, Micropixie, and DJ Tap. (9 p.m. to 2 a.m., Mighty, 119 Utah Street)

ART: Tonight's Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive's L@TE event will feature pioneer of computer-enhanced performance practice Edmund Campion, who will transform Gallery B with sound and visuals, including video projection, a choir spread throughout the building, and his own brand of dynamic, buoyant electronic music, in collaboration with designer Raveevarn Choksombatchai, artist and 3-D animator Claudia Hart, and the Cornelius Cardew Choir and its director Tom Bickley. (7:30 p.m., Berkeley Art Museum, 2626 Bancroft Way, 2621 Durant Avenue)

THEATER: BATS Improv presents their weekly signature improv comedy competition, Theatresports, in which two teams compete in a mix of improvised scenes, songs, and games, along with lots of audience participation and, most importantly, "the unexpected!" (8 to 9:45 p.m., Fort Mason Center, Buchanan and Marina)