Where & When: What to Do Tonight

After-hours art, urban farming, and Sinatra tunes are on the agenda tonight.

Brentwood’s Gateway Arts Center is hosting an art-and-music event tonight. Catch work by the local documentary photographer Roy Lewis and the Hyattsville-based painter Ellen Baer. Guests can also enjoy video art pop-up installations and open studios. Free; 5 to 9 PM.

Georgetown’s Letelier Theater and the Neighborhood Farm Initiative are hosting a night of film, food, and wine to promote urban farming. The documentary short film Corner Plot, which features the story of a farmer and his inside-the-Beltway farm, will be screened along with a short film starring the future generation of urban farmers, the NFI summer youth teams. A 30-minute panel discussion will follow. Local wines and seasonal appetizers will be served at 6:30 PM; screenings start at 7:30. Tickets are $25; get them here.

Join Reston’s Lake Anne Village Center for an evening of music by Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet. Enjoy the four-member group as it performs jazz, big-band, and doo-wop favorites from Sinatra to Ellington. Free. 7 PM.

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