CURRENT EXHIBIT

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In The In Between: Contemporary Queer Portraiture
March 29 - April 21, 2019

Queerness exists in the gray areas. Living on the cusp, in the “in between,” provides us, and those like us, a unique perspective. From this vantage, we see the boundaries of “normal” - boundaries that we aim to reshape to include all of us.

Drawings, paintings, and photography by John Brooks, Adam Chuck, Mati Gelman, John MacConnell, Melody Melamed, and Joey Sbarro, curated by Joey Sbarro.

On view during gallery hours Sat & Sun 12-4p, in conjunction with gallery events, and by appointment.

Please note: ‘In The In Between’ contains nudity and mature themes, and may not be appropriate for all audiences.


UPCOMING EVENTS & EXHIBITS

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An Evening In The In Between
April 13 | 6-10p

Join us for an evening of discussion, performance, and camaraderie!
6:00-7:00p Artist Discussion Panel
7:30-9:00p Music & Performances
9:00-10:00p Mix & Mingle Reception

About the Panel:
Hudson Pride Center’s Community Coordinator Josh Bell hosts a conversation about life on the cusp among ‘In The In Between’ artists and HPC Client Services Counselor Max Laffend. Free.

About the Performances:
Variety show mixing live music, modern dance, and poetry by queer-identifying artists. Featuring MAPS OF (music), Madison Negron (poetry), Dot Armstrong, and more. $10 at the door.

About the Reception:
Hang out with the artists, speakers, and community <3 Snacks and drinks on offer; cash contributions appreciated.

Please note: ‘In The In Between’ contains nudity and mature themes, and may not be appropriate for all audiences.


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Sound + Motion Improvisation
April 18 | 7-9p
$10 door

Alex Pergament and Katelyn Halpern lead two hours of music- and movement-based improvisation.


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Find Your Funny: Improv Comedy Workshop
April 20 | 4-6p
$35 | Tickets *Registration deadline Wednesday, 4/17*

Find your funny! This workshop is designed for both beginning and experienced improvisors who want to learn how improv can benefit their personal, professional and creative lives. The two-hour crash courses is supportive, fun, and engaging, and taught by Brittany Brave (UCB, The Second City, iO).


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We Are Particles : A Contemporary Dance Mixed Bill
April 25-26 | 8p
$10-15 | Tickets

Program A - April 25:
Us, American by Madelyn Sher
Burrow, tousle by Amanda Maraist + Kara Brody + Chrissy Martin
We Are Particles (work in progress) by Katelyn Halpern & Dancers

Program B - April 26:
CensorSh** by MURDERDANCE
a tender provocation by jhon r. stronks
We Are Particles (work in progress) by Katelyn Halpern & Dancers

Please note: Program B contains nudity and may not be appropriate for all audiences.


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Zero to 70 // Seventy Works of Art for $70 or Less
May 3 - June 9

Opening reception May 3, 6-9p
Closing reception June 7 (also JC Fridays!), 6-9p

Last year’s “Zero to 60” was so much fun, we decided to do it again in 2019 — just a little… more so. Join us for this high energy art show with work priced to move! On view Sat & Sun 12-4p, in conjunction with gallery events, and by appointment.


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Message In A Bottle
May 17 | 8p
$10-15 | Tickets

"Message In A Bottle" is a surreal but true-to-life love story between a woman and her bottle of vodka, from the early days of awkward first love to the ultimate betrayal, and realization that life going forward isn’t just doable — it can be beautiful.

Written and Performed by Michelle Drozdick
Directed by Adrian Sexton