OCTOBER 22— 4-7pm
DeWitt Godfrey Opening with The New Gallery
A solo exhibition of works by the renowned sculptor DeWitt Godfrey.
DeWitt Godfrey’s large scale sculptures are carefully conceived structural processes inspired by natural geometries and systems-plant spores, sea shells, honey combs.
Godfrey explores and distills nature’s fundamental formulas into simple rules of construction and integrity, to create extraordinary complex structures.
Meet the artist and take in his new work, exclusively at Park Theater Hudson and curated by The New Gallery.
OCTOBER 8— 7pm
To attend, Venmo $10 per-ticket to @parktheaterhudson
You’ll then get your secret entry code to the event.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10
CHRIS BUONO with TOBIAS RALPH and BEN STIVERS
SATURDAY AUGUST 13
CLARK AND THE SUPERSLICKS
WITH SPECIAL GUEST HOLLAND BELLE
Anyone who knows Clark always describes him as a NY legend, and it’s no wonder. He’s been living in NY for over 30 years and is considered one of the finest musicians and has been playing with some of the most renowned musicians for decades.
FRIDAY AUGUST 19 -SUNDAY AUGUST 21
RON CAMPBELL ANIMATOR AND CARTOON ARTISTS POP ART SHOW
Ron Campbell literally animated our childhood. Beginning in 1958 in his native Australia with cartoons like Popeye, Beetle Bailey and Krazy Kat, Campbell’s career spanned the entire golden age of Saturday morning cartoons. Sadly, Campbell passed away in January 2021 at the age of 81 but he left behind dozens of paintings that he created during his retirement. These paintings were inspired by many of the beloved cartoons that he was involved with including the Saturday Morning Beatles cartoon series, Yellow Submarine, Scooby Doo, Smurfs, Rugrats, Winnie the Pooh, George of the Jungle, Jetsons, Flintstones and finishing his career with Ed, Edd n’Eddy. Ron Campbell’s animation paintings will be on display and available for purchase at a special pop-up art exhibit for three days only – Friday, August 19 through Sunday, August 21 at Park Theater Hudson
SATURDAY JULY 9
WITH SPECIAL GUEST CLOVER
A New York based band created by Aaron Johnston (Brazilian Girls, David Byrne) for musicians and fans alike, playing the their favorite songs in new, funky, and original takes.
SATURDAY JUNE 11
LARA HOPE & THE ARK-TONES
Describing their sound, Hope explained “I would say we are a new take on an old sound. It’s been described as ‘pan-americana’ which means we use many areas of early rock and roots music as a creative launchpad. Where it goes from there is anyone’s guess, because while we appreciate old music, we don’t want to write songs that have already been written.
They’ve built a great network of venues in the US by touring heavily, and like many American bands, they have gained supportive fans and excellent press overseas as well. Hope was featured on the cover of UK Rock n’ Roll magazine, and New York’s Ulster Magazine, amongst others.
SATURDAY MAY 14
Ten Ton Mojo
/ mojo /; a magical power, charm or spell; a lucky charismatic quality of natural or supernatural origin.
Conjured on the streets, on the stages and in the studios of New York City, emerges Ten Ton Mojo – the new classic rock. This is where bluesy southern soul meets the glory of rock & roll!
This band represents the rebirth of real American rock and roll! Hip shaking rhythms and street wise guitars blend to create memorable hard rock anthems. Singer Dave Anthony says, “This band started to embrace our roots and to give back to the fans who’ve been wanting this…and we’re always determined to do it our way”.
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