Hudson Jazz Festival 2022

February 10 – April 10, 2022

Image: “Color Theory Pastel – Guatape (black circle),” by Marisol Martinez, December 2019

Kirby Crone, Scott Keightley, Marisol Martinez, Catalina Viejo Lopez de Roda, Louise Smith

Curated by Michael Mosby

As in jazz, in the realms of painting and sculpture there are many ways to express a singular idea.

The works in LOOK AGAIN demonstrate each artist’s dedication to experimentations in color, form, and content. Coming from varied backgrounds and lived experiences, the artists emphasize the intangible bonds that connect us all, underneath perceived social differences.


Kirby Crone
Scott Keightley
Marisol Martinez
Louise Smith
Catalina Viejo Lopez de Roda

Hudson Jazz Festival 2022: Opening Night Exhibition & Street Party
Sponsored by Chronogram

Time-ticketed Exhibition Opening: Thursday, February 10 from 5pm to 9pm
Street Party on City Hall Place: Thursday, February 10 from 6pm to 9pm
Free; timed-ticketed exhibition entry (20 max/half-hour); reservations required*

Come celebrate the kickoff of the 2022 Hudson Jazz Festival and the opening of LOOK AGAIN on Thursday, February 10 with a party so cool, it’s on ice!

Be one of the first to experience LOOK AGAIN with a timed-ticketed exhibition entry, then step outside to City Hall Place for a casual drink under the stars. Warm up your jazz hands with libations courtesy of Kat Dunn of Buttercup (cash bar) before shaking off those winter blues with music by DJ FULATHELA (from 7pm).

Make an exhibition reservation between 6-8pm to receive a free hot dog courtesy of Buttercup!

*Please note, proof of vaccination (including boosters for those who are eligible) is required for gallery entry for opening night only. Proof of vaccination is not required for access to the street party or to the exhibition during regular gallery hours.

Opening Night Exhibition & Street Party is kindly Sponsored by Chronogram

Opening Night Street Party firewood is kindly sponsored by Sweet Tree Service

About the Curator:
Michael Mosby, born in the Bronx, lives and works in Hudson. He is a multidisciplinary creator and curator who performs under the name FULATHELA both in the US and abroad, most notably at AFROPUNK Paris. Mosby is the co-founder of Free Range, a performance series that has been presented at Art Omi in Ghent, and at 777 International Mall at Mana Contemporary Miami. In the past year Mosby has curated at University Art Museum, University at Albany, Shake Up the Room at September Gallery, Hudson, and Space Is the Place at Foreland Catskill, Catskill, NY. @fulathela

Hudson Hall’s programs are made possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.