Art: Richard Margolis’ new photography exhibition “Spirit of the River,” which opened at this month’s First Friday, continues at Black Radish Studio (274 N. Goodman St.) through May 19. The exhibition is free. Visit blackradishstudio.com for more info and shows.
Music: Paul Smoker is among the most innovative and adventurous trumpet players on the scene today. Another top player/composer in progressive jazz, Vinny Golia plays 20 woodwind instruments. An in-demand drummer here and abroad, Phil Haynes has appeared on more than 50 albums. Adam Lane is a wildly eclectic bassist who has played in a variety of free-jazz settings and has also performed with Tom Waits. This all-star crew comes together for an in-store concert as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of jazz at the Bop Shop (two other concerts round out the celebratory concert series on April 7 and 9). Mika Kaupa and Adam Caine also perform. Smoker, Golia, Haynes & Lane perform tonight, 6 p.m. at Bop Shop Records, 1460 Monroe Ave. Tickets to the concert cost $12-$15; $30 for three-day pass. bopshop.com.
Lecture: Carol Faulkner, associate professor and chair of the History department at Syracuse University, will present her historical lecture “Lucretia Mott and the Seneca Falls Convention” at the National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House (17 Madison St.) as part of the museum’s monthly Monday Lecture Series. The lecture, and its corresponding luncheon, begins at noon, and costs $25 per person. It will be followed by an informal tea reception at 2 p.m., which costs $15 per person. See the rest of this year’s Monday Lecture Series speakers at susanbanthonyhouse.org.
Music: Kathryn Cufari takes the stage at Lemoncello (137 W. Commercial St.), from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Her performance is free. See the rest of Lemoncello’s upcoming performers at lemoncello137.com.