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Turkuaz with Special Guest, The Suffers lights up Woodstock with their genre-blending elements of pop, R&B, and soul for a distinctive “Powerfunk” sound in the vein of Talking Heads. With the release of their new album Digitonium, Turkuaz’s sound is a playful feel that evokes the best of ’80s dance music with thick grooves, driven by powerhouse rhythm, horn sections, and featuring four distinct vocalists. Nov 10, 9 p.m., $20+. Bearsville Theater, 291 Tinker St, Woodstock, 845.679.4406; www.bearsvilletheater.com


Through Nov 5: OVERLOOK: Teresita Fernández Confronts Frederic Church at Olana In this exhibition, artist Teresita Fernández examines Frederic Church and his contemporaries’ response to the cultures and landscapes they experienced during their 19th-century Latin American travels. Tues–Sun 10 a.m.–4 p.m. $12 adults, $10 seniors and students, children under 12 free. • Olana State Historic Site, 5720 Route 9G, Hudson, 518.828.0135; www.olana.org

Through Nov 12: Artists as Innovators: Celebrating Three Decades of New York State Council on the Arts This time period has been deeply affected by social and political issues which inspired this engaging group of artists to represent our culture in their artistic creations. Artists include: Doug Aitken, James Casebere, David Hammons, Barbara Kruger, Shirin Neshat, A.M. Homes, David Henry Hwang, Tony Kushner, Suzan--Lori Parks, Todd Haynes, and more. • Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz, 1 Hawk Dr, New Paltz, 845.257.3844; www.newpaltz.edu/dorskymuseum

Through Nov 12: Selected Paintings & Sculpture Contemporary paintings of oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas, hand-printed paper with mixed media on panels, and sculptures of Styrofoam on Venetian plaster will be on display. Artworks by James O’Shea, Susan Stover, Adam Cohen, Ginny Fox, and Dai Ban. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. • Carrie Haddad Gallery, 622 Warren St, Hudson, 518.828.1915; www.carriehaddadgallery.com

Through Nov 30: Jacques Jarrige: Sound & Wind An exhibition of works that uses simplicity in working with the curves of nature and the wind creating outdoor sculptures that interact with the environment. These works explore the relationship between line and space, material, and the voids created within. • Rockland Center for the Arts, 27 S. Greenbush Rd, West Nyack, 845.358.0877; www.rocklandartcenter.org

Through Dec 15: Picture Industry Works by more than 80 artists, ranging from historical documents to major installations, this exhibit complicates traditional accounts of the photographic medium, drawing from photography’s role within science and the humanities to contemporary art. Thurs–Sun, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. • Bard College, Hessel Museum of Art, 33 Garden Rd, Annandale-on-Hudson, 845.758.7598; www.bard.edu

Through Dec 31: Love For Sale: The Commercialization of the Counterculture This special exhibition directly explores the social, political, and cultural impact of the ’60s through an examination of the material pop culture in everyday suburban life. Daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m., exhibit only without museum cost $5. • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd, Bethel, 866.781.2922; www.bethelwoodscenter.org/events

Through ‚ÄčJan 21: Walks With Artists: The Hudson Valley and Beyond Viewers are invited to journey with artists — from the 19th century to today — to the places they painted in the Hudson River Valley and the Connecticut countryside. More than 40 paintings and prints show some of the most spectacular natural scenery in our country. Wed–Sun 12 p.m.–5 p.m. • Hudson River Museum, 511 Warburton Ave, Yonkers, 914.963.4550; www.hrm.org

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