100 X 100
A Mexican fiesta to celebrate Soundvision's ongoing fundraiser. Music by DJ Sardonik Grin, plus "Mexican treats," which I hope means tequila and a burro. See pg 13 Soundvision, 625 NW Everett #108, 238-7007, Through Feb

I Would Do Anything for Love... But I Won't Do That
The theme of the Pre-Valentine's Annual Art & Fashion Show; make a valentine & they'll hang it. MetropolisContemporaryArt.com for more info. Metropolis Contemporary Art, NW 23rd and Raleigh, Feb 12

Talking it Through
Christopher Buckingham of Charm Bracelet presents an installation of over 100 of his mother's coffee cups. There is not just coffee in there; stories, too. Basil Hallward Gallery at Powell's City of Books, 1005 W Burnside St, 228-4651, Through Feb

Toulouse-Lautrec and the Spirit of Montmartre
Phillip Dennis Cate, who knows everything in the world of French graphic arts in the 19th Century, shall discuss the various mirth and whimsy in Toulouse-Lautrec's interpretation of GAY PAREEE! Oh, haugh haugh! Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park Ave, 226-2811, Sun Feb 9, 2 pm

John John Jesse, Patrick Finney
"Erotic art," which translates to lots of penises, licking, hot pantless cherubs, and other stuff to get the Catholics in a tizzy. Gallery Bink, 1416 E. Burnside, 233-8866, Through Feb

Paige Saez
Paper constructivist sculpture in two dimensions, using enamel and stickers. On First Thursday, includes music by Matthew Yake. Disjecta, 116 NE Russell, Through Feb

Ann Marie Nafziger, Emery Hinkley
New oil paintings and monoprints. Mark Woolley Gallery, 120 NW 9th Ave, Suite 210, 224-5475, Through FEb

Bianca Lencek-Bosker
With One Way Ticket. Destination: Woman, the local 16-year-old art prodigy explores what it means to evolve from a fresh-faced young woman into a full-blown, tutti frutti-in-the-booty lady-in-control. Bra. Razor. High Heel. All rendered in paintings and oil crayon drawings. L & B Gallery, 1215 SW 16th, 241-4144, Through Feb

Dave Darraugh
He draws, AND he sculpts. Next you're gonna tell me he's a professional chef, as well. Froelick Gallery, 817 SW 2nd Ave, 222-1142, Through Feb

Paige & James
Sticker-riffic corraboration between these two artists. Sculpture, it is. hive, 111 NW 2nd, Through Feb

Frank Fantauzzi
The very composition of architect's monstrous, site-specific installations are a feat of human wonder. Pacific Northwest College of Art , 1241 NW Johnson, 226-4391, Through Feb

Group Show
Painting, woodworking, encaustic and ceramic works from these ___Hall Gallery members: Tracy Timmins, Amelia Hendley, Sarah Shields, Eva Haase, Jamin London, Dan Demey, Karim Alaedoine, Margaret Shields, and Nate Gates. Also, if anyone would like to explain what "___Hall" means/stands for, it would make at least one anal grammar fanatic far lest frustrated. Thanks. MessHall Gallery, 630 SE Third, Opens Fri Feb 7

Heather Gonsior presents works with actual neon and other media, including an amoeba interpreted with light and a diagram. What is life, if not a bunch of free-floating gasses, yo? Arclab, 625 NW Everett No. 103, Opens Feb 7

Whitney E. Nye, Claudia Cave
Paintings on gouache, board, other medium. Laura Russo Gallery, 805 NW 21st Ave, 226-2754, Through Feb