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    Documentary screening this Saturday
    Saturday, December 10, 2016 | 7pm
    Open to the public | Suggested donation
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    BASILICA BACK GALLERY SERIES
    April – November

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    BASILICA MUSIC SERIES
    April – November

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    BASILICA SCREENINGS SERIES
    June – August

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    Basilica Farm & Flea
    Holiday Market
    Thanksgiving Weekend 
    November 25 – 27, 2016

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    BASILICA FARM & FLEA
    Thanksgiving weekend of November 25-27

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    Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series
    PETER AND THE FARM, Tony Stone
    Sunday, October 30, 7PM

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    RUFUS WAINWRIGHT
    Saturday, October 22

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    Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series 
    STARLESS DREAMS, Mehrdad Oskouei
    Thursday, October 20, 8PM

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    BEHEMOTH, Zhao Liang
    Thursday, October 13, 8PM

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    Basilica Non-Fiction Screening Series
    CAMERAPERSON, Kristen Johnson
    Thursday, September 22, 8PM

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    Basilica SoundScape 
    September 16 – 18

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    BASILICA NON-FICTION
    Weekend of September 9-11

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    THE PRISON IN TWELVE LANDSCAPES, Brett Story
    Thursday, September 8, 8PM 

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    Free Screening Series | River’s Pics!
    NUTCRACKER : The Motion Picture 
    Sunday, September 4, 11AM

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    BASILICA SCREENING SERIES
    COSMOS, Andrzej Żuławski
    Thursday, August 25, 8PM

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    Sorrow In The Sunlight
    Reading by Jack Ferver and Chris Freeman
    Saturday, August 20, 4-6PM

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    Free Screening Series 
    Bollywood @ Basilica 
    HOUSE FULL 3 (2016)
    Tuesday, August 9, 8PM

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    BASILICA BACK GALLERY SERIES
    Marc Swanson Co-Presented by Basilica Hudson & Jeff Bailey Gallery
    Saturday, August 6, 4PM

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    BASILICA SCREENING SERIES
    HOMELAND : YEAR ZERO, Abbas Fahdel
    Thursday, August 4, 6PM

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    Free Screening Series | River’s Pics!
    BRINGING UP BABY
    Sunday, July 31, 11AM

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    READ & FEED
    Saturday, July 30

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    Jack & Amanda Palmer with Thor and Friends
    Saturday, July 23, 7pm

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    BASILICA SCREENING SERIES
    An Evening with Sara Magenheimer and Martine Syms
    Thursday, July 21, 8:30PM

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    Bollywood @ Basilica 
    Bajrangi Bhaijaan, 2015 
    Tuesday, July 12, 8PM

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    CATCH takes Basilica
    Sunday, July 10, 6PM

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    BASILICA BACK GALLERY SERIES
    TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING
    Curated by Dylan Kraus and Rose Salane 
    July 9, 6PM

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    BASILICA SCREENING SERIES
    JEANNE DIELMAN, 23 COMMERCE QUAY, 1080 BRUSSELS, Chantal Akerman
    Thursday, July 7, 8PM

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    An Evening with Charles Atlas 
    Thursday, June 30, 8PM

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    Free Screening Series | River’s Pics!

    Sunday, June 26, 11AM

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    BASILICA BACK GALLERY SERIES
    Lives Not Numbers
    Friday, June 24, 5PM

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    RUFUS WAINWRIGHT PIONEERING PEOPLE
    Fall Fundraiser
    Saturday, October 22, 8PM

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    BORN IN FLAMES, Lizzie Borden
    Thursday, June 16, 8PM

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    Free Screening Series | Bollywood @ Basilica

    Presented by Max of “Taste of India”

    Tuesday’s | June 21 | July 12 | August 9 | Doors at 7PM | Films at 8PM

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    James Concannon Curated by Jack Walls
    Saturday June 11, 7 -9PM

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    (FREAK) FLAG DAY
    Saturday, June 11

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    Matthew Placek at Second Ward 
    Saturday, June 11 – 26, 2016

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    HUDSON VALLEY CIDER & CHEESE
    TASTING AND MARKET
    Saturday, June 4

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    BASILICA FARM & FLEA SPRING MARKET
    Saturday, May 7 from 10AM – 6PM
    Sunday, May 8 from 11AM – 5PM

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    24-HOUR DRONE: EXPERIMENTS IN SOUND AND MUSIC
    Weekend of April 23-24, from 3PM to 3PM

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    A CONVERSATION WITH TWYLA THARP
    Thursday, March 31 at 7 PM

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    Celestine V: A Night of Astral Sound
    Sunday, December 13, 7 PM in Basilica’s Back Gallery

    Basilica invites you to join us as we celebrate our season’s end with a sacred Sunday night – an opportunity to reflect inward / radiate outward in a cosmic cave-like gathering of spirits and sounds.

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    Basilica Farm & Flea
    November 27 – 29, 2015

    Large-scale farmstand and flea market promoting the talents + resources within our community.

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    Basilica Hosts: Buy Local Business Expo
    Thursday, October 1, 4-7 PM

    Presented by the Chamber of Commerce for Columbia + Greene counties.

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    Special Event: Discussion with Curators
    Sunday, September 27, 6-8 PM

    In conjunction with the exhibition “The Now Forever”.

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    The Now Forever
    Exhibition in Basilica’s Back Gallery

    On view: Saturdays + Sundays from September 11 – October 4, 12-5 PM + by appointment

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    Basilica SoundScape
    September 11 – 12, 2015

    Weekend of Music + Art

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    Godspeed You! Black Emperor

    Tuesday, September 8

    A precursor to Basilica SoundScape (GY!BE ticket buyers enjoy discounted Soundscape weekend pass!)

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    Screening: Crystal Moselle’s THE WOLFPACK
    Thursday, August 27, 8 PM

    Crystal Moselle, 2015, 89 min.

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    Oral History Summer School Presents: Automotive Archive, A Roving Memorial

    1 PM cars assemble
    1:30 PM passengers assemble + set off
    3-4 PM program continues at Basilica with music and words

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    Screening: Josh and Benny Safdie’s HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT
    August 22, 8 PM

    Josh and Benny Safdie, 2014, 94 min.
    with filmmaker Josh Safdie in attendance!

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    Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival presents “An Iliad”
    Sunday, August 16 at 2 PM

    Due to unforeseen circumstances outside of our control, this event has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience!


    Screening: DUNE VERSUS DUNE
    August 15, 8 PM

    back to back!
    JODOROWSKY’S DUNE, Frank Pavich, 2013, 88 min. and DUNE, David Lynch, 1984, 137 min.

    Part of the Sci-Fi Summer Nights Series with SPICE inspired food available for purchase (while supplies last!) by Nicole LoBue/Alimentary Kitchen served before the screening at 7 PM.

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    Music From High Peaks, presented by the Catskill High Peaks Music Festival

    Friday, August 14, 8 PM

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    Screening: Spike Lee’s JOE’S BED-STUY BARBERSHOP: WE CUT HEADS
    August 6, 8 PM

    Spike Lee, 1983, 60 min.
    Projected on 16 mm. film!

    Part of the season-long series, Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986

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    Closing Night with Discussion between Jack Walls + Sean Osborne
    Saturday, August 1

    A conversation on the artist’s work, life and times.

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    Opening Event: PSYCHIC GREEN TRAILER
    Saturday, August 1, 6-8 PM

    a historic marker/installation by Alan Danielson
    curated by Daniel Peterson

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    Screening: Frederick Wiseman’s ASPEN
    July 23, 2015

    Frederick Wiseman, 1991, 146 min.

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    An Evening of Art + Performance by Jack Walls
    Friday, July 17

    Screening of EYE TO EYE, reading from The Ebony Prick of the White Rose’s Thorn (aka T. E. P. W. R. T.) with musical accompaniment by Harbour

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    Jack Walls Exhibition: “PAINTINGS, ET CETERA”
    On view July 17 – August 2, weekends 12-4 pm or by appointment

    Events on opening and closing nights!

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    Screening: Wu Tsang’s WILDNESS
    July 16, 2015

    Wu-Tsang, 2012, 74 min.

    Intro and Q&A with filmmaker Wu Tsang! Food before the screening by Alimentary Kitchen/Nicole LoBue at 7 PM.

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    Random House presents “Off The Page” at Basilica
    July 11, 2015

    A day of inspiration and fun in New York’s scenic Hudson Valley.

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    Screening: INSIDE BEDFORD-STUYVESANT PROGRAM
    July 9, 2015

    Part of the season-long series, “Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986”, 1968-1971, 70 min.

    Intro and Q&A with producer Charles Hobson and programmer Jake Perlin!

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    CATCH TAKES THE HUDSON
    July 5, 2015

    A nomadic and multidisciplinary performance series.

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    BLADE RUNNER NOODLE NIGHT
    July 3
    , 2015

    free event, part of the Sci-Fi Summer Nights Series

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    Screening: Sugarcoated Arsenic and other recent films by Kevin Jerome Everson (filmmaker in attendance for Q&A)
    June 25, 2015

    Food before the screening by Alimentary Kitchen/Nicole LoBue at 7 PM
    An evening with Kevin Jerome Everson, with an introduction and Q&A with the filmmaker.

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    Il Cuore Canta presents: The Enchanted Pomegranate
    June 21
    , 2015

    A storytelling concert from Monteverdi to Handel.

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    Il Cuore Canta presents: The Enchanted Pomegranate
    June 20
    , 2015

    A storytelling concert from Monteverdi to Handel.

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    Screening: Videodrome
    June 18, 2015

    David Cronenberg, 1983, 87 min.
    First 10 guests get a free TV dinner!

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    (FREAK) FLAG DAY

    June 13, 2015

    Freaks! Flags! Fireworks!

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    Screening: Citizenfour
    June 11, 2015

    Laura Poitras, 2014, 114 min. Winner of the 2014 Academy Award® for Best Documentary Feature.

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    Screening: Symbiopsychotaxiplasm:
    Take One
    June 4, 2015

    William Greaves, 1968, 75 min, part of the season-long series, Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968 – 1986.

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    FLAG MAKING WORKSHOPS

    June 2, 2015

    Make a flag to represent your YOU-ness for our (FREAK) FLAG DAY fundraiser + party!

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    FLAG MAKING WORKSHOPS

    May 31, 2015

    Make a flag to represent your YOU-ness for our (FREAK) FLAG DAY fundraiser + party!

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    HQTBD Screening Program

    May 22, 2015

    Work by Peggy Ahwesh, Ephraim Asili and Takeshi Murata.

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    Ramp Fest

    May 2, 2015

    More information coming soon!


    24-HOUR DRONE: EXPERIMENTS IN SOUND AND MUSIC
    April 25 – 26

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    Farm + Flea
    Friday, November 28 – Sunday, November 30

    Local, Farm, Vintage and Handmade. Promoting the talents and resources within our community. Kicking off with our “Black Friday Soirée,” the Basilica Hudson will be hosting a Thanksgiving weekend event and marketplace.

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    Basilica Hudson + Shawn Nightingale Productions Present John Waters’ One-Man-Show “This Filthy World, Volume 2″

    Saturday, October 18, 8 PM SHOW

    A BENEFIT PERFORMANCE FOR BASILICA ARTS + THE AIDS COUNCIL OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK

    TICKETS HERE

    $125 General Admission
    $175 Preferred Seating including Cocktails
    $50 Students (with valid ID)

    Visionary filmmaker and one-of-a-kind personality JOHN WATERS (Cry Baby, Pink Flamingos, Polyester, Female Trouble, and Hairspray) will make his EXCLUSIVE and ONLY PERFORMANCE in the region at Basilica Hudson on October 18.

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    Buy Local Business Expo
    presented by the Greene & Columbia County Chambers of Commerce

    Basilica will be selling John Waters tickets!

    Thursday, October 2, 4-7 PM at Basilica Hudson

    //FREE//

    The Business Expo is the largest collaborative business-to-business trade show in the area.  More than 50+ exhibitors will display their products and services to the 500-plus people expected to attend.

    The Expo gives companies the opportunity to display their products and services to the area’s key decision makers, buyers and business leaders.

    The Expo is free and open to the public.  A number of exhibitors will be raffling off prizes throughout the Expo at their individual booths.  Attendees will also be able to sample locally crafted beer, wine and food.

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    SCREENING: 
    FILM AS FILM: THREE FILMS BY GREGORY J. MARKOPOULOS
    co-presented by the Film and Electronic Arts Department at Bard College

    MING GREEN, 1966, 16mm, 7 min.
    TWICE A MAN, 1963, 16mm, 48 min
    THROUGH A LENS BRIGHTLY: MARK TURBYFILL, 1967, 16mm, 14 min.
    total program 69 min.

    // Filmmaker Robert Beavers and curator Mark Webber will be present for a discussion! //


    Basilicascope: Weekend Film Festival 

    Featured Filmmaker Alex Cox

    Friday, September 19, 8 PM
    STRAIGHT TO HELL RETURNS (Directors Re-Cut), 2010, 91 min.
    // with extended Q&A //

    Saturday, September 20, 7 PM
    WALKER, 1987,  94 min
    // with extended Q&A //

    Saturday, September 20, 10 PM
    REPO MAN, 1984, 92 min
    // 30th Anniversary Showing! //

    TICKETS | $10/screening + $25 for all three with popcorn!

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    Basilica Soundscape

    Weekend of Music + Art

    Announcing extended line-up, with more to come, for Basilica SoundScape 2014 – a carefully curated two-day program on September 12th and 13th featuring a wide range of music, visual art, and literature that aims for specific connections and overlaps instead of “festival”-style overload.

    Tickets and more information here.

    BUMP: Closing Party

    Friday, August 29, 8 PM doors, 9 PM sounds
    featuring Black Sea Hotel, Charlie Looker + Patrick Higgins

    On view from August 28 – September 1 (Labor Day).

    BUMP is an interactive whale exhibit created by brothers Frank DenDanto, a cetacean biologist, and Dan DenDanto, a theater designer. The installation includes bones from three different whales, suspended at eye level in Basilica’s Main Hall and are accessible for hands-on touching. The art is intended to be educational and the bones are accessible for hands-on touching.

    More information here.

    Screening: Dusty Stacks of Mom: The Poster Project with New Fancy Foils, Undertone Overture, Glistening Thrills, and Let Your Light Shine

    // Q&A via Skype with Jodie Mack! //

    This collection of films questions the role of abstract animation in a post-psychedelic climate. Merch tables meet museum gift stores. The sublime meets Sublime the band. Rippling head shop tie dyes and dollar store gift bags form ebullient spectacles from resurrected dead capital and banal everyday objects.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    BUMP: An Interactive Whale Exhibit by Frank & Dan DenDanto

    Opening Reception: Saturday, August 23, 5-7 PP
    Artists will be present for Q&A + Discussion on opening night.

    Closing Party: Friday, August 29, 8 PM doors, 9 PM sounds
    Featuring Black Sea HotelCharlie Looker + Patrick Higgins

    On view from August 28 – September 1 (Labor Day).

    BUMP is an interactive whale exhibit created by brothers Frank DenDanto, a cetacean biologist, and Dan DenDanto, a theater designer. The installation includes bones from three different whales, suspended at eye level in Basilica’s Main Hall and are accessible for hands-on touching. The art is intended to be educational and the bones are accessible for hands-on touching.

    More information here.

    Screening: Programs I & II, Colony of Light

    // All artists present! //

    The Colony of Light is a provisionally utopian collective of artists and filmmakers which first convened and collaborated in July 2013 at MoMA PS1, NYC. They reunite for a week residency at Basilica Hudson this August, where they will be collaborating on new work, and will present two public programs of films, videos, and performances.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Screening: A Spell To Ward Off the Darkness, Ben Rivers and Ben Russell, Estonia/France, 2013, 98 min.

    // Ben Russell in person for Q&A! //

    Marked by loneliness, ecstatic beauty and an optimism of the darkest sort, A SPELL is a radical proposition for the existence of utopia in the present.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

    More information here.

    A Rare Evening with Michael Lindsay Hogg: Screening, Reading + Talking

    Presented in association with Spotty Dog Books and Ale

    Film Screening: The Rolling Stones’ Rock and Roll Circus
    Reading: Luck and Circumstance

    A rare and special evening with acclaimed film and television director, artist, and author Michael Lindsay-Hogg (The Normal Heart, The Beatles’ Let It Be, Brideshead Revisited, etc.)

    $10 sliding scale at door

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    Exhibition: Ambulance Blues Curated by Erin Falls

    Presented by Retrospective and Basilica Hudson

    Art Opening 7-9 PM followed by After-Party Live Show at 9 PM. Gallery hours: Fri – Sun 12-5 PM or by appointment.

    “Ambulance Blues” curated by Erin Falls features work by 19 artists and performers with after opening performances by Big French, Lissy Trullie and Imaad Wasif with Brian Chase.

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    Screening: Los Angeles Plays Itself, Thom Andersen, 2003, 169 min

    // Introduction by writer Colin Beckett //

    Newly remastered and reedited, Thom Andersen’s 2003 opus, Los Angeles Plays Itself traces the development and evolution of Los Angeles, ‘the most photographed city in the world’

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Screening: No Man’s Land (Terra De Ningém), Salomé Lamas, Portugal, 2012, 72 min

    // Salomé Lamas in person for Q&A! Introduction by Joana Pimenta //

    Paolo, a mercenary, narrates and performs his own history, constructing a record which slowly reveals in its turns of phrase and mismatched events, a series of doubts and contradictions.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Screening: The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye, Marie Losier, 2011, 72 min preceded by Bim Bam Boom, Marie Losier, 2013, 12 min

    // Marie Losier in person for Q&A! //

    An intimate, affecting portrait of the life and work of groundbreaking performance artist and music pioneer Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV) and his other half and collaborator, Lady Jaye, centered around the daring sexual transformations the pair underwent for their “Pandrogyne” project.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Exhibition: Haute Surveillance

    On view from July 12 – July 25 with an opening reception at 6-8 PM on Saturday, July 12. Gallery hours: Sat & Sun, 1-5 PM or by appointment.

    James Fuentes is pleased to announce a three person exhibition featuring the works by New York based artists Valerie Keane, Andy Meerow and Daniel Peterson.

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    Screening: Black Moon, Louis Malle, France, 1975, 100 min

    Louis Malle meets Lewis Carroll in this bizarre and bewitching trip down the rabbit hole. One of Malle’s most experimental films and a cinematic daydream like no other.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Crude Oil on the Hudson: Virtual Pipeline, Real Risks

    Community Meeting and Presentation by Riverkeeper + Scenic Hudson in Basilica’s North Hall Theater – FREE!

    Workingman’s Death, Michael Glawogger, Austria, 2005, 120 min

    Five portraits of heavy manual labor, increasingly less visible in our technological 21st Century. This is a tribute screening to the filmmaker, Michael Glawogger, who passed away on April 22, 2014 in Liberia, where he was planning his next film.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Screening: Dyketactics and Other 70s Films + Q&A with the filmmaker

    // SPECIAL HUDSON PRIDE EVENT //

    A seminal evening with queer and feminist filmmaker Barbara Hammer in person! 
    Hammer is one of the brightest and most significant lesbian avant-garde filmmaking voices of the past 40 years, whose work includes over 80 film and video works covering lesbian love and sex, women’s spirituality, radical feminist politics, the figure of the goddess, and lesbian/queer film history.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door.

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    Raymonde Beraud Solo Exhibition

    James Fuentes presents the first of two offsite solo exhibitions at Basilica featuring the work of Greek, London based artist Raymonde Beraud. On view from June 18-July 9 and open by appointment.

    Industrial Dance Party + Flag Day Fireworks!

    Prepare for Flag Day in Hudson, a David Lynch-Americana-Wet Dream, made even more momentous with the presence of founding member and half of goth duo Light Asylum, Shannon F with performances by Crush + Love Pig + Evil Doers. Raising Funds and Flags for Basilica Arts Program with front row seats to Hudson’s legendary Flag Day fireworks display!

    $10 tickets at door

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    Screening: Daisies, Vera Chytilová, Czechoslovakia, 1966, 76 min

    A tribute screening to the filmmaker, who passed away this past March, Basilica is proud to present Chytilová’s masterpiece, Daisies, considered to be one of the most anarchic films of all time. Come see this brilliantly rendered, hilarious work which was banned by the Czech government for a year after it was first released.

    $5-$10 sliding scale at door

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    Screening: Physical Cosmologies: The Shining + Q&A with the filmmaker

    // FREE SCREENING EVENT //

    Join us for a groundbreaking discussion on the language of movies. Game developer Kevin McLeod, (“Mstrmnd” of Room 237‘s commentary track) will present his analysis of the film The Shining with a thought-provoking presentation.

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    HORSE LORDS | LUCRECIA DALT | PALM
    Prepare for the return of Baltimore-based experimental rock band HORSE LORDS and the debut Hudson performance of Berlin-based electronic artist LUCRECIA DALT with local favorites PALM

    $8 tickets at door

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    Ramp Fest Hudson

    Abundant in the Hudson Valley, the ramp will be at the center of original dishes created by chefs from upstate New York and the big city.

    $30 in advance / $35 at the door
    $10 for kids under 12

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    Eclipse: A collaboration between Choreographer Jonah Bokaer and Visual Artist Anthony McCall

    Friday + Saturday, April 25 + 26th
    Doors open at 6:30, first come first serve.
    Showtime at 7:30 sharp!

    $20 tickets for general public
    $15 tickets with student ID at the door
    $10 tickets for kids under 13 at the door

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    Rare Off-Season Winter Event!

    Nous: A Musical Rite

    SAT FEB 1 | Doors + Ambient Pre-Show 7pm | Nous 8 pm

    $15 Advance | $20 Door

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    BASILICA FARM + FLEA
    NOV 29-DEC 1
    Farmstand and Flea Market
    a collection of of quality products presented by a group of regional makers, farmers and vintage collectors.

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    Marina Abramovic Institute and Basilica Hudson Present A 24-Hour Marathon Reading
    SAT NOV 23 2pm – SUN NOV 24 2pm
    The City of Dreaming Books by Walter Moers

    Kite’s Nest Alimentary Feast 

    FRI NOV 22 6:30 pm

    A farm-to-table meal prepared by expert chef and Co-Director, Nicole Lobue, a creative silent auction, and live music.

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    ART OPENING: DARK STAR
    Nov 6 – 12
    Opening Reception Sat. Nov 9 6-10pm

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    BLAKK BALLON BALL
    featuring YAMANTAKA, SONIC TITAN + JENNY HVAL w/ special guests TANZ PRAXIS (featuring C.LAVENDER)
    HALLOWEEN NIGHT OCT. 31 | $12 in advance | $15 at the door | $10 W/ STUDENT ID

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    Premier of Hudson Rising: Stories of Revival from the Hudson Valley
    Jasper Goldman & Liz McEaney, Commissioned by non-profit group Our Hudson.

    To attend please email rsvp@ourhudson.org. More information here.

    BENEFIT: FAIRVIEW CINEMA 3 PROJECTOR FUND 
    FRI Oct 25
    Supper + Screening of Odds Against Tomorrow to benefit Fairview Cinema. Suggested donation of $50. Space is limited — RSVP to akacass@verizon.net is required by October 18th.

    SCREENING: YUMEN
    THURS Oct 24
    Xu Ruotao, J.P. Sniadecki & Huang Xiang, 2013, 65 min.
    J.P. Sniadecki in person! Q&A with Sniadecki following the screening performance.

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    SCREENING: TEENAGE
    THURS Oct 17
    Matt Wolf, 2013, 78 min.

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    Join us for a tree planting ceremony! As the result of a summer-long fundraising campaign, 10 new trees have been added to our landscape. All are welcome. Shovels and dirt provided!

     More Information Here

    SCREENING: SPECIAL EFFECT: LIVE CINEMA 
    THURS Oct 10
    Peter Burr, 2013
    Peter Burr in person! Q&A with Burr following the screening performance.

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    ANGEL OLSEN
    w/ Special Guests Pillars & Tongues + Sasha Pearl
    SEPT 29
    $15/$18 at door | All Ages | Buy Tickets Here

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    SCREENING: NORTHERN LIGHTS
    THURS Sept 26
    John Hanson and Rob Nilsson, 1978, 95 min.

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    COLUMBIA + GREENE COUNTY CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE BUY LOCAL BUSINESS EXPO
    SEPT 26

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    SCREENING: SUNDANCE SHORTS
    THURS Sept 19
    2013, Total Program 93 min

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    BASILICA SOUNDSCAPE
    SEPT 13/14
    presented in association with Pitchfork

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    PRE-BASILICASOUNDSCAPE PARTY
    featuring TAL NATIONAL + BLUES CONTROL
    SEPT 12 @ THE HALF MOON
    $7| 21+ | 8PM

    *special discount on BasilicaSoundScape weekend passes from 10pm-midnight!

    Screening: THURS AUG 22
    GIMME THE LOOT
    Adam Leon, 2012, 81 min

    *Adam Leon in person! Q&A with Leon following the screening.

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    Screening: THURS AUG 15
    EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF
    Jean-Luc Godard, 1980, 87 min

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    Screening: THURS AUG 8
    Vanessa Haroutunian does JOANIE4JACKIE

    * Vanessa Haroutunian in person! Q&A with Haroutunian following the screening.

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    Basilica Hudson + FatCat Hudson Office Present…
    THE EVENS
    AUG 7
    $6 | Doors 7:30PM | All Ages

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    BASILICA SCOPE – July 18-21
    A weekend of films programmed w/ Mike Plante (Sundance/Cinemad)

    THURSDAY, JULY 18
    8pm – THE OBSERVERS

    FRIDAY, July 19

    6:00 pm – O’ER THE LAND
    8:15 pm – JAMEL SHABAZZ STREET PHOTOGRAPHER
    10:30 pm – WILD STYLE

    SATURDAY, July 20

    5:00 pm – BENJAMIN: SMOKE
    7:30 pm – BESTIAIRE
    9:30 pm – CRYSTAL FAIRY
    11:30 pm – TV CARNAGE and DJ DANIEL BUNNY After Party

    SUNDAY, July 21
    1:00 pm – MONTREAL MATINEE: MADAME TUTLI-PUTLIBESTIAIRE
    4:00 pm – JAMEL SHABAZZ STREET PHOTOGRAPHER

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    TO LOOK IS TO LABOR
    July 12-14, 2013
    Exhibition and performative lectures curated by Olga Dekalo and Aily Nash / Co-presented by CCS Bard and Basilica Hudson.

    Friday, July 12
    6-8pm Opening Reception
    8pm ANDREW NORMAN WILSON: Movement Materials and What We Can Do powerpoint performance

    Saturday, July 13
    1-10pm Gallery hours
    8pm LUCY RAVEN: Motion Capture illustrated lecture

    Sunday, July 14
    1-6pm Gallery hours
    2 pm DREAM FACTORY Screening curated by Aily Nash and Andrew Norman Wilson

    More info Coming Soon!

    Screening:
    INTO THE SCRUM
    Rian Brown, 19 min

    THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING RANTS
    Gavin McInnes, Steve Durand, Bryan Gaynor, 65 min

    *Gavin McInnes, Steve Durand and Rian Brown in person! Q&A with all following the screening.

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    Screening:
    TOWHEADS
    Shannon Plumb, 2013, 86 min

    *Shannon Plumb in person! Q&A with Plumb following the screening.

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    Screening:
    C’EST VRAI
    Robert Frank, 1990, 60 min

    LOOK AT THIS
    Aaron Graham, 2010-2012, 16 min

    *Aaron Graham in person! Q&A with Graham following the screening.

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    Screening:
    They Accepted the Pleasures of Morning:
    Screening by Basma Alsharif

    *Basma Alsharif in person! Q&A with Alsharif following the screening.

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    Oral History Summer School presents…
    A Sneak Preview of the Film Lucky
    followed by Q&A with filmmaker Laura Checkoway
    Wed. June 12 | 7pm Doors / 7:30pm Screening | $5 suggested donation [Free to Oral History and the Documentary Film workshop participants]

    For more information on the workshop: www.oralhistorysummerschool.com

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    BASILICA BLACK NIGHTS FUNDRAISER DANCE PARTY!
    Raising Funds to bring FILMS + TREES to the Basilica with Gothic Flag Day Fireworks!
    w/ Mega-Heavy very Special Guest DJs:
    SHANNON F (of Light Asylum) + BECKA DIAMOND
    SAT JUNE 8 | 8PM | $10

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    Screening:
    THE DEVIL, PROBABLY
    Robert Bresson, 1977, 93 min

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    Educational Lecture
    Fri May 17 | 7pm | $5-10 suggested donation
    Public Workshop
    Sat. May 18 | 12pm | $5-10 suggested donation

    McPherson will draw from his extensive knowledge of climate change and energy decline as well as his personal approach to mitigating for these predicaments.

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    The third annual Ramp Fest will be held at Basilica Hudson on Saturday, May 4th from 12pm-4pm.

    Come celebrate the ramp!

    To purchase tickets, or for more information please visit: www.rampfesthudson.com

    Columbia County has become a place for destination weddings and offers mountains and fields, museums and small country churches as well as a destination for green weddings and farm-to-table receptions. Come join us for a day of presentations, vendors, fashion and all things wedding!

    For more information, and to register for the event please visit: www.hudsonweddingshowcase.com

    STRING BAND PATTERNS
    Films and Music by John Cohen w/ Special Guests the Down Hill Strugglers
    Q&A with filmmaker
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    MMA Amateur Martial Arts Competition

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    Screening: BIRTH STORY: INA MAY GASKIN + THE FARM MIDWIVES
    Sara Lamm and Mary Wigmore, 2012, 94 min.
    Q&A led by Hudson Valley based midwives Jennifer Houston and Kathy Breault.
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    Closed for the Season….

    Please stay tuned for more events to come in 2013!

    Screening: DETROPIA
    Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady, 2012, 90 min.
    **Please Note: No filmmakers in attendance but Q&A via Skype!
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    Screening: HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE
    Q&A to follow Screening

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    Screening: PERFUMED NIGHTMARE
    Kidlat Tahimik, 1977, 93 min., 16 mm, In Tagalog with English subtitles
    Q&A with Filmmaker Kidlat Tahimik
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    Screening: ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13
    John Carpenter, 1976, 91 min.

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    Four Nations Ensemble – Hudson River Concert Series

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    Screening: TWO SQUARE MILES
    Barbara Ettinger & Sven Huseby, 2006, 90 min.
    Discussion with Barbara Ettinger, Sven Huseby and Sam Pratt
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    GRIMES with SPECIAL GUESTS ELITE GYMNASTICS & MYTHS

    BUY TICKETS HERE

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    A Special Literary Evening with Bill Peters and Nathan Larson

    with readings from “Maverick Jetpants in the City of Quality” by Bill Peters and “The Nervous System” by Nathan Larson

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    Jean Deux + Basilica Husdon present…
    GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR

    TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR starting at 7 PM

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    Alabama Chanin One-day Sewing Workshop

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    Screening: SANS SOLEIL
    Chris Marker, 1983, 100 min.

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    Screening: An Evening with Albert Maysles

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    Basilica Hudson, Leg Up Management + Pitchfork present…
    BASILICA MUSIC FESTIVAL
    TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR (during festival hours)
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    DIATA DIATA 11th Annual Spring/ Summer theater project: Revival of the Fittest

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    NADA Hudson

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    Jean Deux + Musica present…
    LEE RANALDO
    w/ Spoken Word by Gerard Malanga to Open

    Tickets available at John Doe Records and Musica. Tickets are Limited.

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    Free Columbia: Beyond the Object-Beyond Sensation Art Conference

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    FOUR DANCE SOLOS IN ONE HOUR
    w/ Molissa Fenley, Roxanne Steinberg, Jonah Bokaer with dancer CC Chang and Nina Winthrop with dancer Maggie Bennett.

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    ICON EYE Screening + Q&A and Live Performance

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    The Hudson Teen Theatre Project Ensemble presents:
    The Canterbury Tales

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    200 YEARS (Ben Chasny of Six Organs of Admittance and Elisa Ambrogio of Magik Markers) w/ Special Guests Led Er Est

    BUY TICKETS HERE

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    Screening: BE LIKE AN ANT + Shorts with Mike Plante

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    Screening: PROMISED LANDS
    Susan Sontag, 1974, 87 min.

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    WGXC, Jean Deux + Basilica Husdon present…
    FREAK FLAG DAY with WOODS / BLACK PUS and Special Guests

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    Screening BALLOON LAND: THINNER THAN AIR

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    Screening: THE WILD CHILD
    Francois Truffaut, 1970, 83 min.

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    This is Congo: Photography Exhibit + Preview of Shortcut to Heaven with special guest filmmaker and crew.

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    Screening: HALLELUJAH THE HILLS
    Adolfas Mekas, 1963, 82 min., 16mm, B&W

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    Portrait of a Landscape Closing Reception

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    Ramp Fest Hudson

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    Habitat for Humanity Builder of the Year Gala

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    Basilica Hudson Opening Night: Rock ‘n’ Remembrance
    Tales of Survival and Rebirth
    Letters to Kurt book reading by Eric Erlandson
    HIT SO HARD Screening with Patty Schemel
    Q&A + Short Music Performance with members of Hole

    Jean Deux and Basilica Hudson present: Rhyton (No Neck Blues Band, D Charles Speer, Psychic Ills) with Special Guest Mike Fellows (Silver Jews, Rites of Spring, Miighty Flashlight) and DJ Daniel Bunny ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT WGXC!

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    Laetitia Hussain : Installation of 1000 Sculptures
    Open to the Public Saturday February 18th and Sunday February 19th from 4-7pm.

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    A Special Benefit for WGXC: NOSFERATU Screening with LIVE Accompaniment

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    An Evening of Dance

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    Putting the Pieces Together: new works by Kris Perry

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    TroubleMakers (Vanessa Haroutunian + Lauren Schaeffer) Debut and EP Release

    w/ Sam Buck Rosen, Ryder Cooley + Alphabet

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    Columbia County Council on the Arts Authors Evening

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    Nippon Re-Read: Radical Fragments + Abstractions from Japan

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    Hudson Opera House: In Black and White Gala

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    Buy Local Business Expo presented by Columbia and Greene County Chambers of Commerce

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    MUSIC – DJS – ART – FOG & LASERS

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    John Doe Presents: Nautical Almanac + Bunnybrains + Special Guests

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    Free Columbia Summer Conference: Image Arts from the Perspective of Spiritual Reality

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    NADA Art Fair July 30-31st 2011

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    $5 Suggested Donation

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    THIS IS HUDSON NOT L.A.
    Punk Rock Reality Film and Concert

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    Free Columbia Celebration End of Year Exhibit and Library Event

    Exhibition Hours: Saturday and Sunday 11am-7pm

    “The Booted Tom Cat” performance times: Saturday June 4: 2 pm and 7 pm and Sunday June 5: 2 pm

    Free Columbia will end their year with an exhibition of student’s work and three performances on Saturday, June 4th and Sunday June 5th of our rod puppet and shadow puppet play, “The Booted Tom Cat” by Ludwig Tieck

    MARCH ON: The Columbia County Young Democrats and the Human Rights Campaign will host a screening of the documentary ‘March On’.  Followed by a panel discussion with LGBTQ activists and state and national organizations on the issue of Marriage Equality.

    Ramp Fest Hudson 2011
    For more info visit www.rampfesthudson.com

    Buy tickets

    Ramp Fest Hudson 2011
    For more info visit www.rampfesthudson.com

    Buy tickets

    SLOW FADE: An evening reading of renowned novelist and screenwriter, Rudy Wurlitzer’s 1984 novel Slow Fade by folk music legend, Will Oldham (Palace Brothers, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy) accompanied by guitar player Ben Chasny (Six Organs of Admittance) with photographic projections by acclaimed photographer Lynn Davis. Connecticut based artist Elisa Ambrogio, of noise rock band Magik Markers, will open the evening with her own reading. All Ages – Suggested $5 Donation

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