Feature Story: Sampsa Pirtola, Jordan Walker, Tim Kowlaski show art in Hudson
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Finnish multimedia artist Sampsa Pirtola, American producer Jordan Walker, painter and Free Columbia co-founder Laura Summer, and production designer and musician Tim Kowlaski spoke with Kieran Riley on May 2 on the "WGXC Afternoon Show" about their Lazarus Project exhibition May 14-21 in Hudson. The exhibition and performances are from the inaugural artist-in-residency at Free Columbia, which is based in Hillsdale. The show is at Inky Editions, a print-making studio at 112 Front St. near the Amtrak station in Hudson. The exhibition incorporates elements of painting, video, placed-based installation art, and participatory performance, during the week, with gallery hours from 4-9 p.m. and events at 7 p.m. each evening.
Saturday, May 14 - The Lazarus Project opening reception.
Tuesday, May 17 - “New Ways of Seeing,” a talk by Nathaniel Williams.
Wednesday, May 18 - “Scenes from a Trashold Opera” by Sampsa Pirtola.
Thursday, May 19 - 4 p.m. Hole Earth dig with Robert Leaver; 7 p.m. Art Dialogue.
Saturday, May 21 - Closing reception with Trashold Opera performance, M.C. Matre and more.