The exhibits at gallery F. are always about more than just art, and past shows have focused on a number of concerns, ranging from mental illness to American Indian history in Tennessee. Broad-minded, issue-oriented shows of this kind can sometimes suffer under the weight of their own preoccupations, winding up with an exhibit that’s more information than eye candy. Gallery director/curator Sabine Schlunk guards against this at gallery F., never allowing the art on the wall to be overwhelmed by the social consciousness that organizes it. With The Contemporary Frequency: Women in Today’s Arts, gallery F. presents six female artists exploring women’s complex relationship with creativity. Including installations, performance, painting, video, sound and photography, the exhibit features work by Sierra Mitchell, Rhendi Greenwel, Jessica Wohl, Michelle Lewis, Megan Kelley and Robbie Hunsinger.