Tuesday, Feb. 6

* Hidden Dimensions and NAscent at SAT
* Mardi Culturel hosted by Stella Adjokê and Meryem Saci
* Rap Battles for Representation
* Brockhampton Love Your Parents tour
* Conversion at Infinitheatre

Meryem Saci

Beginning tonight and running Tuesdays through Fridays until Feb. 23 is a double dose of audiovisual experience in the Satosphere dome, with Hidden Dimensions (Teresa Carrasco’s electroacoustic work in the dark) and NAscent (spatial hypercompositions by Vergil Sharkya and Push 1 Stop). 1201 St-Laurent, 7 p.m., $19.75

Tonight’s edition of Mardi Culturel at Arsenal features a grab bag of performances from comedy acts associated with local independent production house Tomé Park, around the theme of internet narcissism starring Tomé Park founder Thomas Leblanc with guests Tranna Wintour, Nancy Webb, Jordan Arsenault and sketch/improv troupe Employees of the Year. 2020 William, 7 p.m., $10 includes one free drink

Montreal’s hip-hop community joins SistersinMotion and Rap Battles for Social Justice tonight at Artgang for a Black History Month edition of Rap Battles for Representation, with hosts Stella Adjokê and Meryem Saci welcoming to the stage women, femmes, trans and non-binary folks and other underrepresented perspectives to share raps and rhymes with the all-female funk soul backing band Electric Ladies, closing off with a dance party with DJ Hua Li 化力. 6524 St-Hubert, 7:30 p.m., $7–$10 suggested

California-based hip hop collective Brockhampton play MTelus as part of their Love Your Parents tour. Read about why we think they’re the future of rap here. 2490 Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $33/$41

Guy Sprung directs Diana Fajrajsl, Timothy Hine, Mike Payette and Denise Watt in Infinitheatre’s Conversion, a play written by Alyson Grant that delves into race, class, gender and religion. The production premieres tonight and runs through Feb. 25. Espace Knox (6215 Godfrey), 8 p.m., $30/$23 students/PWYC Sunday matinees

For more music events, see our Event Listings. Art Listings can be found here.