Christine Göttler, UW professor of art history, wrote a book about Rubens, teaches about the art of the afterlife, and is giving a talk on something deliciously obscure: Jan Brueghel the Elder's paintings of fires, demons, and heroes, based on his experience visiting the newly discovered catacombs in late 16th-century Rome. (He may have even signed his name there in a graffito!) These little paintings on copper are tunnels to faraway underworlds. Put your eye up to them and get out of here. (Henry Art Gallery, 4100 15th Ave NE, 616-6544. 6–7:30 pm, free.)