Calling Poets, Artists, and Art Historians!
DRAWING, LECTURES, AND POEMS, OH MY!
How We Live at Hudson Valley MOCA. Photo by Maksim Akelin.
Monthly Drawing Session
Thursday, October 24th, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Sharpen your pencils and get your charcoal ready! Now that we're open, we're back with our monthly Life Drawing sessions! Get the chance to draw from a live model amongst the work in How We Live for two hours tomorrow night.
ART HISTORY WITH A TWIST
David Hammons, African American Flag, 1990
Ever wanted to take a closer look at art history and learn how artists tackle political issues through their work? The way they play with identity? How art about sex has changed? Join us this winter for "Art History with a Twist," a three-part lecture series with artist and art historian, Marcy B. Freedman.
Save money when you purchase all three lectures at one time!
OPEN CALL FOR POEMS
Writing the Walls 2019
Calling All Poets: Submit original works to us for our juried publication and performance!
For 13 years, poets and playwrights have enhanced the exhibitions at Hudson Valley MOCA with their literary creations. Submit a poem or play (for one or two voices) inspired by the art in How We Live!
Poets’ Tour: Sunday, November 10th, 2019 at 3:00 PM with Livia Straus or Mara Mills
Submission Deadline: January 30th, 2020
Selection Deadline: February 2020
Writing the Walls Poetry Reading: April 2020
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Questions about memberships or renewals? Give us a call at (914) 788-0100