Thursday, April 17, 2008

Hudson Artists Talk TONIGHT - APRIL 17th!

Dear Hudsonites ---

The Hudson Opera House is sponsoring a talk with local artists tonight. You should go. Sorry, for the last minute notice. No one tells me anything in this town.

My question would be "WHY WASN'T I INVITED TO TALK??"

I am constantly arguing, why can't "ART" can't be something that's popular, entertaining, or even FREE, like "Get Smart" reruns?

BUT, NO...."Art" must be expensive, and someone has to explain the meaning to you...and blah, blah, blah....and it has to match the sofa and the color patterns.


Maybe now I know why they didn't invite me.

:), I have plans anyway.

Say "Hi" to Gio for me!


Hudson MARK Artists' Talks on Thursday April 17th at the Hudson Opera House

You are invited to join us on Thursday April 17th from 7-9pm for an opportunity to meet the Spring 2008 NYFA MARK artists and hear them speak about their work.

Hudson MARK Artists' Talks
April 17th from 7-9pm
Hudson Opera House
327 Warren Street
Hudson, NY 12534

For directions please visit:

Hudson Area Participating Artists:

Dawn Breeze
Lisa Breznak
Laura Cannamela
Giovanni DiMola
Mimi Czajka Graminski
Tatana Kellner
Greg Lock
Karl Salitar
M. Scott Schaffernoth
Carla Shapiro
Matthew Slaats
Chad Weckler

All participating artists will be giving a 5 minute presentation on their work which ranges from photography to sculpture to painting.

The talks are free and open to the public.

MARK is the New York Foundation for the Arts professional practice program for visual artists throughout New York State. In the spring of 2008, 66 artists from six different regions are participating in MARK, a six month program that focuses on providing feedback, support and strategies for expanding each artists' visibility. Partnering organizations in the program include the Columbia County Council on the Arts as well as other arts organizations throughout New York State. For more information visit

Questions: Contact Christa Blatchford,
Program Officer, NYFA Learning
at 212 366 6900 x 338

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

thx for the plug went very well..and possibly sold some work!