The “Still Feel Like Going On” mentorship program’s photography exhibition, “A Life Through My Lens,” will be on display at Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre, 937 Liberty Ave., Downtown, at 6 p.m. The photography of six students, 15-17 years old, is featured in the exhibition, presented by the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation. “Still Feel Like Going On” is a 10-week program in which teen boys explore photography, media images of black men and how to use photography as a medium for storytelling. The free event will include a reception. Information: www.pbmf.org.
The Lincoln Highway SupperMarket will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on the grounds of the Lincoln Highway Experience museum, 3435 Route 30 east, near Latrobe. Six restaurants and a bakery offer entrees and desserts to eat at picnic tables or to take home. Music will be provided by Marty Zundel. The last SupperMarket of the season will be held Aug. 27. For information or to check cancellation due to inclement weather: www.lincolnhighwaysuppermarket.com or 724-879-4241.
Four artists exhibiting in the 103rd Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual Exhibition at Westmoreland Museum of American Art will give gallery talks at 6:30 p.m. The event is free. The artists speaking are Patrick Daugherty, David Stanger, Christopher Ruane and Mary Weidner. The exhibition of 78 works by 66 artists continues through Aug. 31 at the Westmoreland’s temporary location, Westmoreland @rt 30, 4764 Route 30, east of Greensburg. Information: 724-837-1500 or www.wmuseumaa.org.
Indie hip-hop artist Chancellor Warhol (aka Antonio Boleyjack) performs at The Andy Warhol Museum, 117 Sandusky St., North Side, at 8 p.m. as part of the museum’s Sound Series. Chancellor Warhol, whose latest release is “Paris Is Burning,” has been developing his rap style and a sound that blends influences from alternative rock and electronic music. With an overall interest in intersections of art, cinema, fashion and music within pop culture, he cites Andy Warhol as a strong influence and inspiration. He has recently played major festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Sundance. Local sound artist Herman Pearl (aka DJ Soy Sos), will open the show. This event is in the museum’s entrance space, where there is standing-room only. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $15, $12 members and students; www.warhol.org or 412-237-8300.
The John McIntire Dangerously Live Comedy/Talk Show ponders Pittsburgh hipsters in “Hipsterization Too... The 2nd One!” at the Cabaret Theater, 655 Penn Ave., Downtown, at 10:30 p.m. McIntire and Co. already have documented the “growing phenomenon of bearded, tattooed, flannel-wearing, bicycle-pedaling, cheap beer drinking, creative, technologically oriented, funky little hipsters. But since they will soon leave pods by our beds and take over, we must examine things in greater depth.” Panelists include Hipster in denial/lesbian/feminist/environmentalist/ride-sharing enthusiast Ellie Gordon, Pittsburgh Hipster Monitor Mayoral Chief of Staff Kevin Acklin, Origins of Pittsburgh Hipsterism Chronicler Post-Gazette Columnist Tony Norman and “Zack” and “H” from the Hipster Band the Nox Boys as representatives of Hipsters of the Future. They will play live tunes of the present, reminiscent of garage band songs of the past. Admission is $10 or free with ticket stub from a same-night Cultural Trust event. Information: www.trustarts.org or 412-325-6769.
The East Winds Symphonic Band plays “America the Beautiful,” “Bill Bailey,” music from “Harry Potter” and more at 4 p.m. at Beulah Presbyterian Church, 2500 McCrady Road, Churchill. The concert is free, but donations are accepted. More at 412-242-4570 or www.beulahpresby.org.