Basilica programs head to Sweden’s Malmö Live October 14 and the Netherlands’ Le Guess Who? Festival November 9 – 12
Fresh off the back of Basilica SoundScape, the art + music jewel in the Basilica crown, we are catapulted onto the next rituals of collaboration, immersion and sonic communion, with new additions to our overseas satellite program.
Friday, October 27 | 6PM
An Evening of Celebration and Success | In collaboration with Good Work Institute and Hudson River Stories
// FREE ADMISSION //
THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for this wonderful celebration of our community. To the organizations who work tirelessly to preserve our region’s environment, thank you for sharing your stories and allowing us an insight into your vital work. To Jon Bowermaster and Ocean’s 8 Films, thank you for shining a light on the untold stories of the Hudson River in such a poetic and powerful way. For those feeling inspired after such an incredible event, follow the links to learn more about Riverkeeper, Scenic Hudson, Catskill Mountainkeeper, Schooner Apollonia, The Columbia Land Conservancy , the SS Columbia Project, Clearwater and Good Work Institute. Watch Jon Bowermaster’s Hudson River Stories web series here.
The Hudson Valley Climate Salon Series
Climate Chaos and Its Impact on the People and Places of the Mid-Hudson Valley
Elsewhere, those interested in learning more about the changing climate and what it means for our communities can look to Good Work Institute and Bard College’s Hudson Valley Climate Salon Series. The series takes place at Bard College Montgomery Place Campus over four Sundays in October and November. Good Work Institute and Bard College will partner with local experts to explore a different theme each week, and to provide a clear and honest assessment of the local risks and challenges that come with a chaotic climate as told through the experiences of those who are closest to them. Learn more about the series here.
// Bard College Montgomery Place Campus, 26 Gardener Way, Red Hook, NY //
Located in the grounds of Basilica Hudson with the Catskill mountains as backdrop
// FREE //
Basilica Hudson is honored to host Kris Perry’s large-scale, wind-powered sculpture Revolution for our 2017 season.
Just in time for the start of our 7th season, our friend, neighbor and frequent collaborator, sculptor / metal worker Kris Perry has installed a monumental kinetic sculpture, Revolution, on the southwest corner of the Basilica grounds. We are honored to host this work, a large-scale wind-powered steel behemoth. Check it out, especially at sunset, when its dramatic silhouette is framed by the brilliant Hudson River sky.
September 15 – 17 2017
“It was a wild, exhilarating place to read my work. I would’ve expected it to be hard to get a music audience to focus on words but it was all pure energy, the space great and flowing, the overlap of that act to mine and the next created this really unique attention to sound that I was so glad to be a part of.”
September 15 – 17 2017
“What an excellent opportunity to set the stage and debut new works… I was mesmerized by the music.”
September 15 – 17, 2017
“This was my first time at Basilica, and I’ll definitely be coming next year!
The space is amazing and worked perfectly for this genre. I had never heard of many of these groups, and I’m so glad that Basilica Soundscape is where I saw/heard them first. It was run so efficiently and I found myself wishing it would just go on and on. Having this event in Hudson makes me fall in love with Hudson all over again, too. We walked up and down Warren Street before the event began and visited many wonderful and surprising shops.”
Christopher Baetz, SoundScape 2017 first-timer
Selected Thursdays | 8PM
Presented in collaboration with True/False Film Festival’s Chris Boekmann
Image: RAT FILM by Theo Anthony, 2016, 112 minutes
// $5 – $10 sliding scale, free for kids and teens //
Basilica Hudson is proud to announce the return of the Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series for summer 2017. The series will again be produced in collaboration with Chris Boeckmann, film programmer for the Columbia, MO-based True/False Film Fest, a pioneering film festival dedicated to exploring creative nonfiction film. The Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series celebrates and interrogates the documentary genre through screenings and dialogue with visiting directors.
Visits available by appointment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: Jack Walls – The Bright Future Group Show
// FREE //
Basilica Hudson is proud to present our 2017 thematic Back Gallery artist in residency program, which explores the location as muse. Creating the work in Hudson and at Basilica suggests that the eclectic present and past of this river city is central to inspiration.
Back Gallery Openings are a culmination of artist(s) spending some time in the space, experiencing the place and then opening it up to the public.
Learn about every exhibition featured below.