HUDSON — JD Urban: [R]EVOLUTION IS UNCOMFORTABLE, Conversation and Screening on Friday, June 15, at 7 p.m. Free, but reservations are encouraged.
What does a modern revolution look like? Over the past six months, photographer and filmmaker JD Urban has asked over 100 Hudson residents to ponder this question for his video and photographic project, [R]EVOLUTION IS UNCOMFORTABLE, on view now at Hudson Hall. The project comes alive next Friday when JD is joined by a host of local musicians and artists (such as Adam Harrison, Christina Kokonis-Viggers, Dust Bowl Faeries, Hudson Dusters, Lady Moon,Tanisha Christie, and Tony Kieraldo) for a special screening, performance and conversation in our historic 1855 performance hall.About Hudson Hall
Hudson Hall is a cultural beacon in the Hudson Valley, offering a dynamic year-round schedule of music, theater, dance, literature, workshops for youth and adults, as well as family programs and large-scale community events such as Winter Walk. Located in a historic landmark that houses New York State’s oldest surviving theater, Hudson Hall underwent a full restoration and reopened to the public in April 2017 for the first time in over 55 years. The newly restored Hudson Hall reflects Hudson’s rich history in a modern facility that welcomes residents and visitors from throughout our local community, across the nation, and around the globe.