Invitational Exhibit February 17, 2021 through April 11, 2021

Selections from the 2020 Open Call in Celebration of the Gallery’s 30th Anniversary.

Carrie Haddad opened the first art gallery on Warren St. in Hudson, NY in 1991 with a mission to showcase local artists of the region. Thirty years later, that mission remains at the core of the gallery’s operations as we continue to host seven group exhibits a year with a dedicated roster of artists, some of which have shown with Haddad since the beginning. In celebration of the gallery’s 30th anniversary, we are pleased to present an Invitational Exhibit, on view February 17 – April 11, which will highlight our selections from an open call put out at the end of last year. Out of over 200 submissions, 7 artists were chosen: Julia Whitney Barnes, Samantha French, Ruth Geneslaw, Hue Thi Hoffmaster, Nancy Egol Nikkal, Annika Tucksmith, K. Velis Turan and Judith Wyer. Working in a range of media and genres, their work aligns with the variety of creative talent shown at the gallery for three decades. When we consider how dramatically these white walls are transformed every seven weeks, this exhibit will be no exception. Openings are suspended due to Covid-19, but the gallery remains open to the public daily from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. (except Tuesdays are by appointment only). Carrie Haddad Gallery is located at 622 Warren St in Hudson, NY and you can preview the exhibit at

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