The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s annual summer solstice happenings have proven to be memorable events over the past few years. This year’s performance has been conceived by Zen archer Hirokazu Kosaka and features Japanese Butoh dancer Oguri and cellist Emily Corwin in an experiential piece that includes primal music, a single arrow shot and a searchlight with the power of 12 million candles. It’s called Mare Fecunditatis, or “sea of fertility.” The performance begins at 8 p.m. June 21 (the longest say of the year) on the IMA grounds at the Lilly House Allee. Rain date: Sunday, June 22. Admission is free. The IMA is located at 4000 Michigan Road. Info: www.ima-art.org.