Butch Anthony Seattle-based folk-ish artist Butch Anthony runs the Alabama Museum of Wonder, home to a chicken that's been struck by lightning--twice. Hey! My mother-in-law's husband has been struck by lightning--twice! I wonder how he'd like Alabama? Basil Hallward Gallery at Powell's City of Books , 1005 W Burnside St, 228-4651, Through March

Carlos & Jason Sanchez Lecture As an only child, I have observed the following about siblings: they either hate one another or make beautiful art together (The Starn Twins, the Quay Brothers, The Fiery Furnaces). The Brothers Sanchez are Montreal-based photographers who make big, hyper-real cinematic narratives. What sets them apart from the other half a jillion photographers who have been doing this for the past 20 years remains to be seen Friday night. An exhibition of the Sanchez Brothers' photographs will be on view at Gallery 500 all month. PICA , 224 NW 13th Ave, 242-1419, Friday, 7 pm, $8-10

American Fight Clubs Not "fight clubs" as in Ed Norton engaging in some narcissistic, homo-erotic, quasi-punk underground macho theatricalities, but good old fashioned boxing rings like the ones where Hilary Swank and Dirty Harry hang out. New American Art Union , 922 SE Ankeny St., 231-8294, March 4-31

One Foot After Another Ever held a camera and snapped a photo? then chances are you're in the new group show at Mark Woolley Gallery. Over 90 photographers are in this show of small prints, including Shawn Records, Vanessa Renwick, Natascha Snellman, and 87 others. Mark Woolley Gallery , 120 NW 9th Suite 210, 224-5475, Through April 2

Michael Brophy Brophy is on a run of great paintings right now, and the previews of his new work at Laura Russo indicate that the streak continues. Embodying only the best aspects of regionalism (we wouldn't have James Joyce without regionalism), Brophy's canvases are masterful meditations on our mercurial relationship to the land. Laura Russo Gallery , 805 NW 21st Ave, 226-2754, Through April 2