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24-HOUR DRONE: EXPERIMENTS IN SOUND AND MUSIC

24-HOUR DRONE: EXPERIMENTS IN SOUND AND MUSIC

in collaboration with Le Guess Who? | $15 Early Bird Tickets Saturday April 25, 3 PM – Sunday, April 26, 3 PM

dronev4webSay HELLO to our fifth season with the first annual 24-HOUR DRONE: Experiments in Sound and Music, an adventurous collaboration with the Le Guess Who?

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FACT OR FICTION? FACT AND FICTION?

FACT OR FICTION? FACT AND FICTION?

Film Class: Investigating Documentary Practices

symbiopsychotaxiplasm take one_ William Greaves_1968Kites Nest and Basilica Hudson Film and Media program co-present a documentary film workshop with two sessions open to teens and adults. The workshop is lead by Basilica Hudson Film and Media Curator Aily Nash. The class description and registration info are below:

Class Description
“All great fiction films tend towards documentary, just as all great documentaries tend toward fiction.” – Jean-Luc Godard

Is there a distinction between reality and fiction?

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2014 in FOOD, COMMUNITY + EDUCATION

2014 in FOOD, COMMUNITY + EDUCATION

Season Four: Year In Review

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waters2John Waters popped our fundraiser cherry! October 18th, 2014, marked our first, major annual fundraiser event. Inspired and lead by our daring guest of honor John Waters, who offered gracious support of Basilica and the AIDS Council of Northeastern New York.

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2014 in FILM

2014 in FILM

Season Four: Year In Review

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Never did we dream that such a charismatic rule breaker as Alex Cox would appear at Basilica the same month as the “Pope of Trash” pioneer John Waters, to take our film programming to the next level!

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2014 in MUSIC

2014 in MUSIC

Season Four: Year In Review

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In a rare off-season winter event early in the year, we convened for Nous: A Musical Rite (“Luring with Sound, but Aiming For Something Deeper” – The New York Times). Summer began with a double bill: Baltimore-based experimental rock band Horse Lords, and a debut Hudson performance from Berlin-based electronic artist Lucrecia Dalt with local favorites Palm.…

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2014 in ART

2014 in ART

Season Four: Year In Review

photo 2We expanded our visual art programming this year. World renowned artist, Sterling Ruby, collaborated with us for Basilica SoundScape and created a backdrop for the stage in acid reds, yellows, and deep black which snaked up our factory walls. We also partnered with visiting galleries such as Zach Feuer of Retrospective Gallery and James Fuentes Gallery, and launched a long-dreamed-of exhibition of whale bones by Maine-based brothers, Frank and Dan DenDanto.…

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‘TIS THE SEASON

‘TIS THE SEASON

Wow. We did it.

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Wow.  We did it.

We managed to squeeze a ton of great art, culture, manual labor and collective intentions into a big old dusty factory… again, for the fourth year.  Thanks to all of you in our tight little steam engine factory, who have been around long or short, many projects or one — you all made this possible.

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DEAR FRIENDS OF BASILICA…

DEAR FRIENDS OF BASILICA…

We appeal to you!

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The whirlwind of 2014 was certainly our most exciting year yet here in the big olde factory. We’ve been blessed with record-breaking attendance at our critically acclaimed annual events like our fourth annual Ramp Fest, a feasting celebration of the wild spring delicacy; our fourth annual Basilica SoundScape, a weekend of music and art presented in association with Pitchfork; our third season of Basilica Screening Series, committed to bring a weekly program of Film and Media; our second annual BasilicaScope, a weekend devoted to film; and our blockbuster season-closer, the second annual Basilica Farm & Flea, a large-scale marketplace focusing in local and handmade.

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