8 p.m., EMP Collective, 307 W. Baltimore St., empcollective.org, $5.
It’s a real treat to witness artwork in utero, before it's ready to present itself as “finished” to the world. Sometimes, the freshness of an in-progress piece feels more “ready” than the final, refined product, after the intuitive ideas and gestures are silenced or subdued. And, if the artists are open to feedback, you can take part in the art-making process. Respond to a selection of in-progress dance and movement pieces, curated by EMP Collective members Alex D’Agostino and Noelle Tolbert.