In the past two or three years, Grace Hartigan has produced paintings that reflect a heightened sense of confidence, and her current show at C. Grimaldis Gallery reflects this. Not only are the individual paintings strong, but collectively they communicate the artist's awareness of using her powers to the fullest. The most completely satisfying of them is her "Another Hunt," which takes us on a little tour of aspects of modern art from Degas to all-over abstraction while remaining thoroughly Hartigan and thoroughly contemporary. The half-dozen watercolors are a disappointment, but otherwise this is a highly satisfying exhibit. It runs through May 2. Call (410) 539-1080. This is a lineup of talent you don't want to miss. Lynn Whitfield, Mario Van Peebles, Jasmine Guy and Vanessa Williams in a made-for-TV movie directed by Debbie Allen. It's called "Stompin' at the Savoy," and it airs Sunday at 9 p.m. on WBAL-TV (Channel 11). The film is set in 1939, and it's about four young working-class women who share an apartment and dreams of a better life. They live out some of those fantasies at the Savoy Ballroom in Manhattan. Choreographer-director Allen also appears in a minor role as a prostitute. Someday, in the not-to-distant future, university media scholars will be writing papers on the auteur of Debbie Allen. The body of her work is already that impressive.