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Break out your brightest whites—heck, grab the bleach if you need to. You’ll want to dress for the occasion when Hyde Park Art Center hosts this glow-in-the-dark exhibit under the infrareds.
10/2–1/9 More than just a frat party staple, black lights have been used for X-rays, forensic investigations, and now to illuminate the glow-in-the-dark work of some 30 artists. Wear white and be part of the show, too. Also on view: Son of Blaque Lyte, a retrospective of Keith Herzik’s boundary-pushing screen prints. 5020 S Cornell. hydeparkart.org.
Photograph: Lilli Carré, Giant Mother, 2008