Tag: Art Gallery

70+ Businesses Participating in the 2econd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl, Jun 12

Momentum for the launch of the Hudson Gallery Crawl is growing with over 70 businesses getting ready to stay open late on Saturday, June 12th.  Every second Saturday of the month these galleries and stores will be keeping their doors open until 9pm with the restaurants and bars in town staying open much later.  

The City of Hudson is the place to go for Art, Culture & Design.  In one walkable mile 20 galleries are exhibiting art for any budget, for any taste, for the new buyer and the serious collector.

The designers of Hudson offer one of a kind fashion, couture hats, luxury jewelry, antique and modern furniture, as well as homegoods from Hudson valley craftspersons and makers from all over the world.  Over 15 shops have opened on Warren Street in 2021, offering the returning visitor plenty of new things to discover.

The Hudson Gallery Crawl has not forgotten about music or movie lovers.  Live performances will be taking place from the newly restored Park Theatre all the way down to Front Street, with numerous buskers playing, singing and DJing throughout Warren Street.  TSL, Hudson’s largest Art Center, is offering classic films in it’s outdoor theatre.  

Support for the Second Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl comes from the founders, Susan Eley (Susan Eley Fine Art), Ellen D’Arcy Simpson (D’Arcy Simpson Artworks), and Jeremy Bullis (Window on Hudson), and Columbia County Tourism, the Galvan Foundation, Hudson Business Coalition, Hudson City Digital, Hudson Tourism Board, Peggy Pollenberg Real Estate, Visit Hudson NY, The Wick, as well as private donations.  

DATES/TIMES: Saturday, June 12, 2021 & every 2nd Saturday

LOCATION: Hudson
A map of all participating businesses is available at hudsongallerycrawl.com

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email info@hudsongallerycrawl.com.

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Art & Soul Exhibit Now Open at Hudson Hall

By Reggie Madison

Hudson Hall is hosting ‘Art & Soul’, a group show & intentional listening installation curated by Reggie Madison.

For artist and curator Reginald Madison, music and the creative process are inextricably connected. “Music always inspires me,” he says. “I would be totally lost without it.” In this special Hudson Jazz Festival group exhibition, Madison has invited his friends and neighbors to contribute their own visual solos. Each piece chosen is a riff on their own body of work, which together sing a song of an artistic community inextricably connected in a time of global anxiety and collective isolation.

Hudson Hall’s first floor galleries are alive and filled with new artwork and sculptures, including works from curator Reggie Madison,  David Hammons, Bijan Mahmoodi, Marlene Marshall, Kris Perry, Richard Sandler, Tschabalala Self, and Kianja Strobert.

Visit HudsonHall.org for more on the featured artists.

DATE/TIME: Fridays – Sundays, until December 20, 2020 / 1 – 5pm
Timed entry on the hour. Reservations only, 20 reservations max/hour.
MAKE A RESERVATION 

COST: Free

LOCATION: Hudson Hall
327 Warren St, Hudson, NY 12534

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‘Small Show of Big Drawings From the Collection of Jack Shear’ at Thompson Giroux Gallery

The Thompson Giroux Gallery presents “Small Show of Big Drawings From the Collection of Jack Shear”.  Works by Jared French, Nancy Grossman, Richard Haas, Ellsworth Kelly, Patrick Lee, Roy Lichtenstein, Agnes Martin, Jim Nutt, Claes Oldenburg, Martin Puryear, Richard Serra, Terry Winters, and Joseph Yetto.

This exhibition will run from November 3 to November 25, 2018. There’s  an opening reception on Saturday, November 17.

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Martin Puryear Niche, 1999 Graphite and ink on paper

DATES/TIMES:
Exhibit: November 3 – November 25, 2018
Opening reception Saturday, November 17: 4 – 6pm

Thursday – Monday 11am – 5pm, Friday 11am – 7pm.
Closed Tuesday & Wednesday.
Closed Thursday, November 22nd for Thanksgiving

LOCATION:
Thompson Giroux Gallery
57 Main Street
Chatham, NY 12037

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Gallery @ Chatham Farm To Bar Fund Raiser Event, Aug 18

The Gallery@Chatham, a non-profit Arts Organization, is hosting a fund raiser event titled, Farm To Bar.

The event will will feature food and drinks from local farms, wineries, breweries and distilleries.

In addition to the great food and drinks, there will also be raffles to win gift certificates from Golden Harvest and Vanderbilt Lakeside Inn. Music by Sandy McKnight’s Pop-Clique.


DATE/TIME
:
Saturday, August 18, 2018: 5pm

COST:
$30 entrance fee, which includes food and drinks.
Tickets can be purchased at the door, or reserved in advance by emailing info@gallerychatham.org.

LOCATION:
34 Main Street
Chatham NY

MORE:
The Gallery@Chatham is a non profit gallery taking no commissions from artists; the fundraiser offsets gallery costs and artist promotion.
gallerychatham.org
info@gallerychatham.org
(p) 845.876.1655

 

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Jeff McKinney is a Realtor in Columbia County, NY. Connect with him on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Pinterest.

Chatham Art Scene, New Gallery Opening – Gallery@Chatham

There’s a new art gallery in Chatham village! The Gallery@Chatham, an extension of Gallery@Rhinebeck, will officially open to the public on Saturday, June 2. The gallery was founded by Pat D’Antonio, executive director of the Gallery@Rhinebeck, and will follow the successful model of the Rhinebeck location. This unique and innovative, nonprofit venue will feature a rotating collection from local artists. The gallery will also host community events, and serve as a platform for member-driven volunteer efforts throughout the community.

According to D’Antonio, “The Gallery@Rhinebeck has been a huge hit; the model brings tremendous value to locals and tourists. We are really excited to set up the same thing in Chatham, and in other Hudson Valley towns and villages as well in the near future. With our combination of high-end local art, community outreach initiatives, and our Hudson Valley Celebrity Series events, there’s really something for everyone to experience. We’re a nonprofit public service organization, a win for all involved. We give artists a chance to get much-deserved exposure while also giving back to the community.”

D’Antonio continued, “We were looking to expand into other parts of the Hudson Valley and hadn’t thought of going as far north as Chatham, but after meeting Melissa Pollack and some of the artists from Creative Columbia, we felt compelled to make it happen.”

Pollack, a local designer and supporter of the arts in Chatham, is a big Chatham booster, very down-to-earth, and realizes the work required to get something like this done. She agreed to join our board along with local artist Nancy Rutter.”

According to D’Antonio, Creative Columbia has also been instrumental in the Gallery@Chatham project. He shares: “Creative Columbia is kind of a social group that gets together once a month for a dinner and discussion about what’s going on with art in the area. Recently, Carl Berg, a local photographer, spoke up and told everyone that there was a great gallery space in Chatham coming on the market. He said something to the affect that the group should take the lease and form their own gallery. Another member of Creative Columbia, Gerard Seligman, who is also a member of gallery@rhinebeck, responded by saying, ‘I know the guy to call.’”

I stopped by Gallery@Chatham for an early look at some of the artists’ works on display. To see the full list of Current Artists, visit GalleryChatham.org/pages/artists


DATE/TIME
:
Grand Opening – Saturday, June 2 2018, at 5:30pm

Ongoing Hours:
Mon, Tues, Wednesday: By Appointment Only
Thursday: 1pm-7pm, Friday: 1pm-8pm
Sat: 1pm-9pm
Sunday: 11am-6pm

LOCATION:
34 Main Street
Chatham NY

MORE:
gallerychatham.org
info@gallerychatham.org
(p) 845.876.1655

 

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