Zeitgeist will take advantage of June’s Art After Hours to unveil the first in its annual summer series of shows highlighting luminaries from the Nashville studio, academic and underground scenes. The show’s title, Right to Assemble, seems particularly appropriate given that one of the featured artists, Nicole Baumann, had to disassemble a piece in the Talcum Fables show at gallery F earlier this year when Scarritt-Bennett Center administrators took exception to her decorating a piano with Colorforms-style stickers. Other exhibiting artists include painters Patrick Schlafer and Joe Saunders, photographer Shannon Clark (whose latest work focuses on unexploded fireworks) and Mark Bynon, whose wall-mounted plywood-and-laminate sculptures play upon logos and graphic design. And at Cumberland Gallery, painter Dane Carder will discuss his terrific series of otherworldly Civil War paintings, which use mostly brown and gray tones to create almost spectral images that balance somewhere between historical narrative and ghostly apparition. If his talk is anywhere near as engrossing as his work, it should be fascinating.