3/20/12: Today’s Tips: Tuesday

Happy birthday, Sara!

MUSIC: The Joseph Bowie/Adam Rudolph Duo @ the Sanctuary for Independent Media, Troy. Free jazz meets electronica and the rhythms of the world with Bowie (on trombone, electronics, vocals, harmonica, congas, djembe, percussion) and Rudolph (hand drums, congas, djembe, frame drum, thumb pianos, gongs, percussion, mulit-phonic vocals, sintir, piano). This is gonna be a wild one. 7pm. $10.

MUSIC: Dr. Dog @ Northern Lights, Clifton Park. Philly indie rockers celebrate the recent release of their new album, “Be the Void.” With Birdie Busch. 8pm. $17.

READING/PERFORMANCE: Nitty Gritty Poetry Slam @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany. Sign-up at 7pm; open mic at 7:30pm; poetry slam at 8pm. $5; students $3.

MUSIC: Burn Halo @ Jillian’s, Albany. James Hart, former lead singer of Eighteen Visions, leads the 2012 incarnation of his latest band into town in support of “Up From the Ashes.” With Just a Memory. 8pm. $10.

MUSIC: The Revue with Sarah Fimm @ BSP Lounge, Kingston. Featuring Sarah Fimm, Tony Levin, David Baron, Danny Blume, Mike Visceglia, Fiona McBain in a benefit for the Woodstock Film Festival. 8pm. $10.

READING/PERFORMANCE: “We All” @ the Saratoga Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. Brian Dorn combines spoken word and action-based arts to demonstrate the notion that We All matter. 8pm. $20. Also 8pm on Wednesday (March 21).

ART TALK: Judith Braun @ UAlbany’s University Art Museum, Albany. The artist (and former “Work of Art” contestant) discusses her work. 7pm. FREE.

READINGS: Margot Livesey and Jo Page @ Albany Public Library, Albany. The Scottish-born Livesey reads from “The Flight of Gemma Hardy,” a modern-day retelling of Charlotte Brontë’s “Jane Eyre.” Page is a memoirist and novelist, as well as a regular columnist for Metroland. 7:30pm. FREE. Also a seminar at UAlbany Campus Center’s Assembly Hall, Albany at 4:15pm. FREE.

TALK: Alexis Goodin @ Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. The co-curator of the Clark’s current exhibition, “Copycat: Reproducing Works of Art,” will present a gallery talk, taking visitors behind the scenes with a discussion about the complex process of copying and how this exhibition was realized. “Copycat” cintunes on exhibit through Sunday, April 1. 12:30pm. FREE.

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  1. Andrew Gregory says

    bIrthdAY hAppYs 2 U, sArA!

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