This Weeend – 2econd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl
The City of Hudson ushers in the Fall Season this weekend! The 2econd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl is back on Saturday, October 9th – with NEW FALL HOURS from 5-8pm. The galleries, shops, restaurants and bars are preparing for a fantastic evening celebrating Art, Culture & Design in Hudson, NY.
After spending the day visiting the 44 artists taking part in Open Studio Hudson (October 9 & 10, 11am – 5pm, maps at openstudiohudson.com) stay and celebrate the new exhibitions debuting during the Hudson Gallery Crawl. Receptions are happening at:
DAVIS ORTON GALLERY (114 Warren) – Judith Henry: “Me As Her & Beauty Masks”, Michael Hunold: “Shoot”, Susan Copich: “The Cupcake”, Victoria Crayhon: “Thoughts on Romance from the Road” – 5:30-8pm
LIMNER GALLERY (123 Warren) – Slowinski: “The Food Box Delivery” – 5-8pm.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS GALLERY (717 Columbia St.) – Edlynn Trinity Bindler – 6-9pm.
TIME & SPACE LIMITED (434 Columbia St.) – Jacob Fossum: “Idle Worship”, Sandra Koponen: “Officials Of Torture” – 5-8pm.
The Hudson Gallery Crawl offers the Hudson visitor more than they can do in one day. Many stores are creating special events and promotions just for Second Saturdays. Outside of the shops, visitors will find pop-up galleries, markets, buskers, and more. “Suggested Crawls,” guiding visitors on a walkable loop of galleries, food and retail, are now available at www.hudsongallerycrawl.com. Updated maps with all participating businesses are also on the website. The vast majority of galleries and shops will stay open until 8pm with any exceptions clearly indicated. Many of Hudson’s restaurants and bars stay open until 10pm or later, offering time for a late dinner after an evening of artist receptions, music and shopping.
Support for the 2econd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl comes from the founders, Susan Eley (Susan Eley Fine Art), Ellen D’Arcy Simpson (D’Arcy Simpson Artworks), and Jeremy Bullis (Window on Hudson), and Columbia County Tourism, the Galvan Foundation, Hudson Business Coalition, Hudson City Digital, Hudson Tourism Board, The Maker Hotel, Peggy Polenberg Real Estate, Visit Hudson NY, and The Wick Hotel as well as private donations.