Hudson Hall, Hudson, New York

Hudson Hall, Hudson, New York

Map of the City of Hudson, 1871 (detail)

Map of the City of Hudson, 1871 (detail)

Hudson Map, 1920

Hudson Map, 1920

Venue

The LightField Arts exhibit takes place in Hudson Hall, a Hudson landmark built in 1855. The mission of Hudson Hall is to inspire and promote the arts, and to play a pivotal role in the cultural and economic advancement of the region.

327 Warren St, Hudson, NY 12534

(518) 822-1438

Viewing hours: Tuesday – Friday, 9am – 5pm AND Saturday - Sunday, 12noon-5pm; CLOSED MONDAYS


About Hudson

The city of Hudson is the county seat of Columbia County. A former whaling port, the city enjoyed cycles of prosperity and decline throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Today it is architecturally beguiling, naturally splendid, and a mecca for artists and outdoor enthusiasts. 


LightField Arts Audience

The exhibit draws viewers from the Hudson River Valley, New England, Connecticut, and the New York metro area.


Volunteer & Community Involvement

The Festival involves the local community through its photography workshops and by working with local entrepreneurs, the city of Hudson, and small business owners.