We’ll be lining up at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston Thursday, August 15, for lively, inspiring dish with top Houston-based creatives. At 6:30 pm, filmmaker, artist and curator Peter Lucas shares an insider perspective on graphic design in film and TV, followed by a tête-à-tête between Rusty Arena and gallerist Hiram Butler; Butler interviews the decorative arts denizen on the history of textiles, contemporary art and today’s textiles, as well as hot topics and greatest hits from a quarter century of Arena Design. The graphically inclined evening is presented in conjunction with the CAMH’s traveling survey “Graphic Design – Now in Production,” co-organized by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York. Peruse posters, magazines, books, branding, typography, storefront, film and television titles, and more. Through September 29; camh.org.