• Courtesy Museum of Contemporary Photography
  • Richard Mosse, Beaucoups of Blues, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, November 2012

Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered.

Tonight is the final evening of the Summer Music Film Festival, a celebration of movies that celebrate music. The closing double bill features a pair of films marking their 30th anniversaries: Jonathan Demme’s Talking Heads concert doc Stop Making Sense and Prince’s magnum opus Purple Rain. See both at the Music Box.

“Phantoms in the Dirt” is the Reader-recommended photo exhibition currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. “Richard Mosse applies infrared film in documenting war-torn eastern Congo. By registering a normally invisible light spectrum, the technique once helped the military locate camouflaged enemy bands from the air—but in Mosse’s surreal, bubblegum-pink vistas, there’s no discernible trace of the atrocities happening on the ground,” writes Jake Malooley.

There’s a pretty pleasant Tuesday to be had at the Museum of Contemporary Art if you so desire. Start by picking through the weekly farmers’ market (7 AM-3 PM); then, if you’re an Illinois resident, come back later for free admission to the museum. Plus, tonight is Tuesday on the Terrace: Chicago jazz artists play in the MCA terrace and sculpture garden for free, and there’s a dinner buffet available for $25.

For more on these events and others, check out the Reader‘s daily Agenda page.