Collage is, as Max Ernst described it, the noble conquest of the irrational. Every time the Henry turns over its galleries, it stages a giant, swarmy collage of a party. This one involves hot dogs, cupcakes, beer, video from the last days of the Belgian Congo projected in a thatched hut (by Isabelle Pauwels of Vancouver, BC), historic shoes pulled from the museum's collections storage, and a refreshingly nerdy new angle on an established artist (Kiki Smith, a sculptor and printmaker, here seen in terms of photography). (Henry Art Gallery, 4100 15th Ave NE, 543-2280. 8–11 pm, $10.)