The latest from Basilica Hudson: upcoming events, artist in residency programs, fundraising campaigns, and more.
New Episodes: Basilica Conversation Series Podcast
The Basilica Conversation Series Podcast, hosted by Basilica Hudson Co-Founder and Director Melissa Auf der Maur, highlights people and organizations that reflect and inspire our mission to be a platform for independent and innovative voices, and to support artists, filmmakers, musicians and climate change advocates. EPISODE 7: Nakita Reed“Unintentional Consequences of Progress and Other Modern […]Read More »
Hudson As Muse Artist in Residence: Toolshed
Toolshed was created by artist duo Susannah Sayler and Edward Morris (Sayler/Morris), founders of The Canary Project, a groundbreaking platform for deepening public understanding of climate change (2006 – 2020). Toolsehd is a platform working at the intersection of art, ecology, education and activism. Their tools are those that build a spirit of care, resilient […]Read More »
Thank you for a great season!
As we reflect on our 2021 season and strategize our upcoming programming, we’d like to thank the friends, artists, sponsors, program partners, individual donors, ticket buyers and event attendees for a beautiful and rejuvenating year at Basilica Hudson. These past two years have been unlike any other, and your trust and enthusiasm has helped our organization uphold our mission […]Read More »
Hudson As Muse Artist in Residence: Jessica Chappe & Annie Reynolds
Work On View in the Basilica Gallery BuildingNov 7 – Jan 16 Opening reception Nov 10 as part of Jupiter Nights Reimagining the function of blueprints as used by architects, engineers, and urban planners to design the constructed landscape, Jessica Chappe and Annie Reynolds will create collaborative designs—blueprints—with Hudson-area residents’ questions and experiences. Through various […]Read More »
Hudson As Muse Artist in Residence: Ellie Irons
Interdisciplinary artist and educator Ellie Irons will explore how the plants around Basilica Hudson are connected to the larger watershed/bioregion and its peoples, from Troy down to New York Harbor along the Hudson. Irons will utilize seed collecting, data collecting and mapping to gather information on what is living in/around the Basilica Hudson landscape while […]Read More »
Net Zero Campus Project Groundbreaking
On November 19, we celebrated the groundbreaking for our Basilica Net Zero Campus Project. Over the next few years, our campus will transform into a carbon neutral facility with winterization to create year-round space for expanded cultural and community programs. That means heat and AC, all powered by a new 150kW solar array (in addition […]Read More »
Support Basilica Hudson & future Farm & Fleas
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first in-person Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market since 2019. It was truly special to gather again in our industrial church with friends old and new to celebrate the wild abundance of talent, care and craftsmanship in the Hudson Valley. This Giving Tuesday, please consider making […]Read More »
Thank you, Hudson Valley Climate Solutions Week!
As part of our critical and expanding program BASILICA GREEN, Basilica Hudson was honored to participate in this year’s Hudson Valley Climate Solutions Week: a regional collaboration to focus attention on the climate emergency and the groundswell of creative work underway to address it. On Tuesday, Oct 19, the Basilica Hudson screening room reopened for […]Read More »
Basilica Mini Farm & Flea: Open Air Holiday MarketThanksgiving Weekend
SAVE THE DATE! After moving the event online in 2020 due to large gathering restrictions, the beloved Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market will once again take place in Basilica Hudson’s waterfront reclaimed factory this Thanksgiving Weekend. To allow for increased social distancing, the market will host up to 50 vendors spread throughout Basilica Hudson […]Read More »