Saturday, February 2, 2018
// General admission $25, under 12 $10, under 6 FREE //
Imbolc Riverfire is the second of two community-centered visual art, music, and puppetry programs taking place at Basilica Hudson this winter: Winter Spiral and Imbolc Riverfire.
Produced in partnership with Harpooned Productions, an artistic production company led by installation and performance artist J. Patrick Doyle, the two performances are multidisciplinary installations that engage ancient folk traditions and rituals not usually shown in a contemporary art context. Both offer great opportunities to engage in folklore rooted in agricultural history, Celtic and German folk traditions and Greek and Roman myths.
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Presented by Lumen Project, Le Guess Who?, Basilica Hudson, Cafe Midnatt and Templet
Curated by Nathan Larson & Wildbirds and Peacedrums
The partnership and support of our local and international music communities helps us define our scope and mission.
We have been grateful for the opportunity to expand SoundScape and 24-HOUR DRONE internationally, and to deepen the Basilica connection with faraway devotees of expression and experimentation.
Holiday Season is upon us and, with that, comes the joy and the challenge of buying gifts for our nearest and dearest. Luckily, Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market is on hand with over 100 local, independent artists, collectors, farmers, makers and chefs to guarantee you will be able to give thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gifts with not a minute of Black Friday horror in sight! Join us at Basilica Hudson this Thanksgiving Weekend for the kick off of Hudson Holiday Week and the region’s largest marketplace of its kind. See the full list of vendors HERE.
June – November 2018
// FREE //
Basilica Hudson is proud to continue its Back Gallery artist in residency program through 2018. The series invites artists to explore the location itself as muse and to create work with the eclectic present and past of this river city as central inspiration.
Back Gallery Opening events are the culmination of artists spending time in and experiencing the space, before opening it up to the public.
Visits available by appointment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, December 2, 2018 | 5PM – 7PM
// FREE //
Join us for the closing event of our 2018 season as we celebrate the arrival of winter with an interactive musical procession of candles, humans and myths. Come with the whole family to take some quiet time out of the modern world, into the candlelit past.
// FREE //
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Open to the public in tandem with 2018’s Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market and by appointment until the beginning of December, Basilica Hudson’s Psychic Green Trailer will host nature photography – an installation by artist Marka Kiley.
Marka Kiley currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She has participated in group exhibitions curated by sculptor Marianne Vitale and gallerist and curator Helena Anrather. Her first solo exhibition, squeeze finger only not hand, was curated by artist Maia Ruth Lee at Pray 4 This Gallery in May. Kiley’s work examines violence from the action and reaction of particles in the cosmos to the more observable expression of violence and suffering in humans and their interactions over great spans of time. Often appropriating cultural indecis of violence, her work considers past solutions to cruelty and human suffering and the troublesome solutions currently in place. The sculptures point viewers to an absurd and dystopian solution and implicate them in the thought experiment. Throughout November, Kiley will be working on a series of sculptures using different substrates informed by this ongoing survey of human interaction, violence, and the past, present, and future solutions to suffering.
Tony Stone, Co-Founder of Basilica Hudson, preserved the former Hudson Handling trailer on Basilica’s property as a relic of Hudson’s industrial past. The trailer has evolved into a location for a site-specific artist-in-residency project, directly informing the work made during time spent inside the trailer.
Playing off of roadside attractions and reconstructed historical landmarks meant to display evidence of important past events as if the figure has just vanished (e.g., Thomas Edison’s desk), the objects in the Psychic Green Trailer have been re-contextualized as artifacts from a future or parallel dimension that create a fictitious and contradictory history. These alternate and intersecting narratives question the reliability of how we write, present, and interpret history as well as how we conceive possible futures in present time.
Tuesday, November 13 | 6.30PM
Film | Photo | Conversation
// FREE //
// Doors at 6.30PM | Program begins 7.30PM //
Basilica Hudson presents a FREE evening of film, photo and conversation with a screening of Laura Parnes’ comedic hybrid documentary Tour Without End and a book release event for Stacy Wakefield’s 131 Different Things, an innovative combination of photography by Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner and novella by Zachary Lipez.