8/25/13: Today’s Tips: Sunday

August 25th, 2013, 8:00 am by Greg

ART: Art at the Lake @ the Sembrich Museum, Bolton Landing. Artwork from more than 30 contemporary artists – including Stephen Lack, Anne Diggory, David Greenberger, Vicky Palermo, John Hampshire and others – will be on exhibit, and available for purchase, with proceeds directly benefiting both the artists, and the Lake George Arts Project. 4-7pm. $40.

MUSIC: Monty Alexander @ Tanglewood’s Ozawa Hall, Lenox. The Jamaican-born pianist leads his group through a jazz concert often tinged with reggae roots and a Caribbean flavor. 8pm. $20-$99.

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FESTIVAL: The Summer Hoot @ the Ashokan Center, Olivebridge. It’s the final day of the inaugural folk fest. With Pete Seeger, the Zucchini Brothers, Elizabeth Mitchell & Dan Zanes, Jay Ungar & Molly Mason, the Big Takeover, the Dirt Farmer Band and lots more… 10am. $30; kids age 12 and under FREE. GO HERE for more info and complete schedule…

MUSIC: Luke Bryan @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. With Thompson Square and Florida Georgia Line. 7pm. UPDATE: This show is completely sold out. No additional tickets will be released.

MUSIC: The Flipsydz @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. Old-school a cappella streetcorner doo-wop. 7pm. $17.

CABARET: The Wild Women: Flawed and Fabulous @ the Saratoga Arts Center, Saratoga Springs. Laura Roth, Nancy Timpanaro-Hogan and musical director-arranger Catherine Elizabeth Reid bring their witty playful humor, oversized personalities and fabulous three-part harmonies to the Spa City. 2pm. $35. Through September 1.

MUSIC: The Brian Patneaude Quarret @ Freedom Park, Scotia. 7pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Wedding Favor @ the Spotty Dog, Hudson. Philadelphia-based Robert Perkins employs free-form structures, repetitive patterns, limited elements and impish lyrics. With War Bonnet. 8pm.

MUSIC: The Buzzards @ PS21, Chatham. Long Island rockabilly band fronted by the hot-wired Roy Wilson. 6pm. $12; $6 youth age 18 and under.

MUSIC: Lisa Martin @ the Lion’s Den, Stockbridge. Country, folk, rock and blues. 9pm.

TALK: “O’Keeffe and Stieglitz: Lovers, Frenemies and Enduring Partners” @ the Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. Lisa Mintz Messinger, former curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and author of “Georgia O’Keeffe” and “Stieglitz and His Artists: Matisse to O’Keeffe” discusses the enduring, and sometimes tumultuous, relationship between these two art world giants over the course of 30 years. 2pm. FREE with museum admission.

TALK: “North Atlantic Drift: Winslow Homer and French Painting” @ the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. Erica Hirshler, the Croll Senior Curator of American Paintings for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, delivers a lecture examining Winslow Homer’s works in the context of nineteenth-century America’s taste for French art and a simultaneous desire for a style of art that could truly be called “American.” 3pm. FREE.