Thursday, June 1: Search for buried treasure and learn a little about anarchy along the way tonight, as UCSB’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Center presents the film “Hiding Is the First Act.” The film follows the adventures of the Springer family, as generations of the clan search for buried treasure in the caves of Missouri and find a whole lot more in the process. “Hiding Is the First Act” screens at 6 p.m. in the McCune Conference Room of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building and there is a 5 p.m. reception before the screening.

Friday, June 2: Want to support starving student artists? The UCSB Art Dept.’s Student Exhibition starts at 5 p.m. at the University Art Museum. The exhibit runs until June 17 and features works by various students in the department. Admission to the University Art Museum is free.

Saturday, June 3: Be gentle with them, as British indie rockers the Boy Least Likely To play at The Roxy in Hollywood tonight. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the Bicycles and Trainwreck Riders start the show at 9 p.m. Tickets are $12.

Sunday, June 4: Enjoy some fun in the late-afternoon sun this evening, when Zoey’s Cafe presents singer and singer-songwriter Brett Dennen as part of the venue’s Courtyard Concert Series. The self-proclaimed “folkish” jam-rocker plays at 7 p.m. at Zoey’s, which is located at 451 E. Main St. in Ventura.

Monday, June 5: She did not steal your boyfriend, but you might have to steal some tickets to see Ashlee Simpson at the Santa Barbara Bowl tonight. Tickets are almost all gone, but there are still a few available for the 7 p.m. show, which also features Ashlee’s fellow MTV reality show alum Ashley Parker Angel and the Veronica.

Tuesday, June 6: Local music scenesters the Scimitar Cooperative line a night of music and mayhem at La Casa de La Raza on Montecito Street in downtown Santa Barbara tonight. Verse, Retaliate, Crime in Stereo, Guns Up and Ability are scheduled to play the 7 p.m. show. Tickets are just $9 for this 6-6-6 spectacular.

Wednesday, June 7: Want to know what life after UCSB is like? UCSB alumni Sara Holmgren and Patrick McFate return to the College of Creative Studies to read from their recent work, which includes short stories and poems, tonight. The event starts at 5 p.m. in the Old Little Theater.