The Hudson Eye is an annual 10-day artist-driven public program and urban showcase, with a focus on dance, music, performance, film, visual art, dining out, and nightlife. Presented by the Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation and arranged by curator Aaron Levi Garvey, this program aims to celebrate the arts community in Hudson and expand its diversity while helping to stimulate creativity and connectivity. The Hudson Eye curatorially frames over 25 local and returning artists with performances, exhibitions, and Hot Topics Panels highlighting ten issues of interest to the local community.
For more information on each artist and the full festival schedule, visit the Hudson Eye website.
A core feature of The Hudson Eye are the daily “Hot Topics” panels, highlighting ten issues of interest to the local community. All Hot Topics Panels take place at Hudson Hall, located at 327 Warren Street, at 1pm each day in the West Room. The panels are free and open to the public. Please RSVP to any talks you wish to attend via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and a schedule of the Hot Topics Panels, visit thehudsoneye.com/2021-hot-topics.
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