"Art Lobotomy: Peering Into The Creative Psyche"
TripVictory's "Art Lobotomy: Peering Into The Creative Psyche" is a cocktail of music and comedy courtesy of Pittsburgh-based musician Liss Victory (host of ThatBroadCast) and comedian Liz Tripoli. The touring duo perform their multi-dimentional, multimedia live shows in clubs and living rooms (literally). Art Lobotomy is fueled by Q&A and an interactive audience. If you're going, don't be shy. Liss & Liz won't be. (Wednesday, September 12, and Thursday September 13, 9 p.m.; Saturday, September 15, 8 p.m., Writers & Books. $10. Appropriate for ages 18 and older.)
Ask Us Anything Booth
Are you tired of Siri's dad jokes? Or Alexa's bad love advice? Don't worry, we all are. Who needs technology to help you with your love life when you can have A Happy Accident Improv's Ask Us Anything Booth give you a tarot card reading with a side of ukulele? Your whole career path can change with the help of old encyclopedias and road maps. And it's free! (Wednesday, September 12, through Monday, September 17, 7 p.m.; Wednesday, September 19, through Saturday, September 22, 7 p.m. Spiegelgarden. Free. All ages.)
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Artists
For nearly 20 years, RIT's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (formerly known as the The Athenaeum), has encouraged learners ages 50+ to acquire new skills and knowledge on a vast array of topics from Bitcoin to cartography. Another focus of the Institute is creative expression. The Osher community's active group of artists will bring an exhibit of their visual arts and film to the Little Theater Café Lobby. (Wednesday, September 12, through Saturday, September 22, during the café's open hours. Free. All ages.)