(ART) Last week in this paper, Peter Gaucys called Cat Clifford's installation of framed drawings, sculptures set on shelves, and sketchy video "spooky and homespun." Totally. Plus memorable, like a small, nagging mystery. This is the Seattle artist's first show at Howard House; in addition to a piece in the group show in the main room, she has her own mini-survey of other installations and drawings in the back room that you can miss completely if you don't know they're there. (Howard House, 604 Second Ave, 256-6399. Tues–Sat 10:30 am–5 pm, free. Through July 1.)