The spaced-out invitational at the Dunedin Fine Art Center features artists from Japan and Poland along with locals Denis Gaston, Leah Pecoraro and Shane Hoffman — the young whiz behind Monument to the Silver Severed Monkey, a large-scale sculpture that allows curious visitors to climb inside the belly of an imaginary monster. The overarching theme is otherworldly works. At the same time, an exhibition of photographs by husband-wife team Hillerbrand + Magsamen titled “Beam Me Up” celebrates the oddity of domestic life. Opening festivities get underway at 6 p.m. on Fri., Sept 7, with an Artist Talk featuring Hillerbrand and Magsamen as well as artists from the exhibition. A reception with food, drink and live music follows. Though admission to the exhibits is usually free, there is a $5 admission for non-members for the Artist Talk and reception.