25th Annual Koi & Goldfish Show
Wow! For not one penny you can not only see some of the world's biggest, most colorful fish (straight from Japan, some over 2.5 feet long), but participate in a fish auction and raffle (both on Sunday), and peruse a slew of fish art ranging from copper koi sculpture to watercolor paintings. It's fish-tastic! World Forestry Center , 4033 SW Canyon Road, 228-1367, Sat-Sun 10 am - 5 pm, FREE

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Cut and Paste
Eva Lake and Wid Chambers have opened a new gallery, Chambers, in the old Elizabeth Leach space downtown. Their first exhibition features two assemblage artists, Paul Fujita and Eunice Parsons. Chambers , 207 SW Pine St. #102, Through Aug. 27

Vintage Vandals Reprised
Local artist Jason Sturgill invited a group of artists to scour thrift stores for kitschy works of art, then to modify and repaint them to create late-coming collaborations with the anonymous creators. The results are hit-or-miss, with plenty of gems. Savage Art Resources , 1430 SE 3rd Ave, 230-0265, Through Aug. 13

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SLAY Film Fest
In person at the Clinton St. Theater 10/29 & 10/30