Basilica SoundScape

September 16 – 18

A Weekend of Music + Art – Visit Basilica SoundScape Website Here

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$75 WEEKEND PASSES
$125 WEEKEND PASS + CAMPING
$40 DAY MUSIC PASS
$30 DAY CAMPING PASS
$60 WEEKEND CAMPING PASS
$60 STUDENT / SENIOR DISCOUNT WEEKEND PASS

FEATURING! 

Friday, September 16th // Angel Olsen // Cobalt  // Deantoni Parks // The Utter Nots // Youth Code// Wolves in the Throne Room

Saturday, September 17th // Explosions in the Sky // Bell Witch // Deradoorian // Genesis Breyer P-Orridge & Edley ODowd (Thee Majesty) // Mary Lattimore // Uniform // Hank Wood & The Hammerheads // Saviour Self  // Amber Tamblyn 

Back Gallery Series | Too Much of a Good Thing

Curated by Dylan Kraus and Rose Salane

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JULY 9 – 24 | Opening July 9, 6PM

//FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC//

GROUP SHOW CURATED BY DYLAN KRAUS AND ROSE SALANE

TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING | CURATED BY ROSE SALANE AND DYLAN KRAUS | JULY 9 –  24
Exhibition Hours | Saturday – Sunday, 12 – 6 and by appointment
Opening Reception | Saturday, July 9, 6 – 8PM

Basilica Hudson is pleased to present Too Much of a Good Thing, collaboratively curated by Dylan Kraus and Rose Salane, is a collection of sculptures, paintings and performances by artist friends based in NYC and Hudson. The exhibition gathers work that has affected both of the curators’ artistic practices. Salane and Kraus enjoy taking long walks together and talking about people, nature, and riddles. Kraus returns to Basilica, previously our Artist In Residence during February earlier year. Take a deeper look into Kraus’s residency here. They have been showing and working together for the past few years now.

BASILICA SCREENINGS | JUNE – JULY 2016

BORN IN FLAMES

HAIL THE NEW PURITAN, An Evening with Charles Atlas

JEANNE DIELMAN, 23 COMMERCE QUAY, 1080 BRUSSELS

An Evening with Sara Magenheimer + Martine Syms

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//All films begin at 8 pm and are $5-10 sliding scale, unless otherwise noted.

BASILICA SCREENINGS is a film series at Basilica Hudson that presents an array of works from new and repertory narrative features, documentaries, experimental films, to video and media art, often with filmmakers and special guests in attendance for a discussion following the screenings. Now in its 5th year Basilica Screenings is programmed by independent curator Aily Nash and Basilica Hudson’s Co-Founder Tony Stone. The series will begin on Thursday, June 16, 2016 and will continue through August. Stay tuned for a full list of our screenings during the month of August.

CATCH takes Basilica

Sunday, July 10 | 6PM

Presented by CATCH series curators Andrew Dinwiddie, Jeff Larson and Caleb Hammons at Basilica Hudson

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// $15 at the door //

“CATCH is a crash course in what performance looks like today.” – ARTFORUM

CATCH — “everyone’s favorite” Brooklyn-based, hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary, rough-and-ready series of performance events — forges back upriver to reconquer Basilica Hudson on July 10, 2016 at 6pm. After a standing room only crowd during their maiden voyage to the Hudson Valley in Basilica’s North Hall in July of 2015, we are pleased to welcome back the Obie award-winning performance series a year later.

Back Gallery Series | Marc Swanson

Co-presented by Jeff Bailey Gallery

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AUGUST 6 – 21 | Opening August 6, 4 – 7PM

//FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC//

MARC SWANSON PRESENTED WITH JEFF BAILEY GALLERY
NEW WORKS BY MARC SWANSON | CO-PRESENTED BY BASILICA HUDSON & JEFF BAILEY GALLERY | AUGUST 6 – 21
Exhibition Hours | Saturday – Sunday, 12 – 6 and by appointment
Opening Reception | Saturday, August 6, 4 – 7PM

Basilica Hudson and Jeff Bailey Gallery are pleased to co-present, Sorrow in Sunlight, a solo exhibition of new work by Marc Swanson. In this new body of work, artist Marc Swanson examines the experience and emotions of moving from New York City to the Upper Hudson Valley through installation, sculpture, abstraction and metaphor. This new work explores a series of dualities including the Eternal and the Immediate; Nature and Culture; the Urban and the Rural; Strength and Fragility; the Past and the Present. Swanson has created a poetic response to this personal journey with a large sculptural installation that gratefully acknowledges the Hudson River School and Rural Cemeteries.

BASILICA SCREENINGS | AUGUST 2016

HOMELAND : IRAQ YEAR ZERO

COSMOS

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//All films begin at 8 pm and are $5-10 sliding scale, unless otherwise noted.

BASILICA SCREENINGS is a film series at Basilica Hudson that presents an array of works from new and repertory narrative features, documentaries, experimental films, to video and media art, often with filmmakers and special guests in attendance for a discussion following the screenings. Now in its 5th year Basilica Screenings is programmed by independent curator Aily Nash and Basilica Hudson’s Co-Founder Tony Stone. The series will begin on Thursday, June 16, 2016 and will continue through August. Stay tuned for a full list of our screenings during the month of August.

Jack & Amanda Palmer with Thor & Friends

Saturday | July 23 | Doors at 7 PM 

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$15 in advance | $20 at the door (Based on availability) | All Ages 

Join us on Saturday, July 23, for an evening with father-daughter power duo Jack & Amanda Palmer, supported by an opening performance by percussive polymath Thor Harris and his group Thor & Friends. Amanda & Jack Palmer will perform a set of covers from their carefully selected new release, You Got Me Singing.

READ & FEED

Saturday, July 30 | 5 – 11PM, Doors open at 4PM

READ & FEED // A new festival for food and literature in partnership with CLMP (Community of Literary Magazines and Presses)

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// $20 in advance, $25 at the door //

Tickets include all panel discussions, readings, demos, access to the marketplace and special tastings, plus a $5 voucher that can be used towards any book or magazine purchase at the event.

Basilica Hudson and CLMP (Community for Literary Magazines and Presses), present READ & FEED, a new festival for food and literature. This projected annual event brings together artisanal makers of food with artisanal makers of literature. This inaugural “mini-festival” will feature panel discussions bringing together writers, farmers and chefs, cooking and mixology demonstrations, a marathon reading of John Cage’s Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse), and a marketplace featuring more than twenty small press publishers and artisanal food makers, plus spectacular eats and drinks. Much of READ & FEED will be broadcast live on Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM in New York’s Upper Hudson Valley and streamed online at wavefarm.org.