Surrealist Bullfight from "The Imaginative World of Dali" at Zygman Voss Credit: Courtesy of Christophe Argillet

Time to plan the week. Here’s some of what we recommend:

Through 6/11:
“The Imaginative World of Dali” at Zygman Voss (222 W. Superior) exhibits a rare collection of etchings, paintings, and other works by the surrealist artist. 

Mon 5/16:
MacArthur fellow and Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario discusses her career at the Field Museum. 5:30 PM

Work from Gemma Correll’s The Feminist Activity BookCredit: Gemma Correll / Seal Press 2016

Tue 5/17:
Women and Children First (5233 N. Clark) hosts a meet and greet with Gemma Correll, the cartoonist, illustrator, and author of A Cat’s Life, A Pug’s Guide to Etiquette, and The Worrier’s Guide to Life. 5:30 PM

5/17-5/20: Legendary comedian Carol Burnett reflects on her decades-long career in showbiz and her personal life at the Chicago Theatre (175 N. State). Tue and Thu-Fri, 8 PM

Comedian Carol Burnett looks back on her life at the Chicago Theatre this week.Credit: NBC photo by Elmer Holloway

Wed 5/18:
Musicians Lalah Hathaway and Phil Thornton chat with Michelle Williams from Destiny’s Child in this Chicago Gospel Festival Preview at the Chicago Cultural Center (78 E. Washington). 6:30 PM

Wed 5/18: Full Spectrum Features hosts a fund-raiser and launch party at Headquarters Beercade (950 W. Wolfram) for Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 2., a touring collection of short films. 7 PM

Get your drink on while surrounded by Garfield Park Conservatory flora at Beer Under Glass.Credit: Courtesy of Chicago Craft Beer Week

Thu 5/19:
Enjoy the indoor and outdoor gardens at Garfield Park Conservatory (300 N. Central Park) while sipping on some of Chicago’s best craft beer at Beer Under Glass, the Chicago Craft Beer Week kick-off event. Tickets include small plates courtesy of local restaurants and a souvenir glass. 6:30 PM

Thu 5/19: A release show in celebration of the first issue of Hambook, a magazine made by improvisers, features the authors of the first issue participating in a panel discussion and performing at Flat Iron Comedy (1579 N. Milwaukee). 10 PM

For more stuff to do this week—and every day—check out our Agenda page.