SPECIAL EVENTS AND PROGRAMMING
Friday 11-5pm; Saturday & Sunday 12-6pm; Tuesday – Thursday by appt.
This exhibition showcases works by members of the Peekskill Artist Club including Gulgun Aliriza, Emil Alzamora, Cristina Alvarez Arnold, Matthew Arnold, Andrew Barthelmes, Geoff Feder, Philip Hardy, Katherine Mangiardi, James Mulvaney, Adam Niklewicz, Jason Repolle, Shara Shisheboran, Timothy Smith, Ken Vallario, and Michael Zelehoski. Exhibition is on view through April 28th.
JANUARY 12TH - MARCH 28TH
PEEKSKILL PROJECT V @ Field Library Gallery (4 Nelson Ave.)
"Say Peekskill," solo exhibition by Ben Altman
In Say Peekskill, PEEKSKILL PROJECT V Artist Ben Altman uses photographs and audio recordings to investigate how residents of Peekskill like their town, how they spend their time, how they came here, and if they will stay. This exploration by an outsider paradoxically has the potential to stimulate Peekskill into conversations with itself. HVCCA is excited to partner with The Field Library for this exhibition! The show will be up at The Field Library Gallery until March 28, 2013.
Say Peekskill web page: www.benaltman.net/peekskill-peekskill.
FEBRUARY 8TH - MARCH 3RD
Asya Reznikov @ HVCCA's Screening Room
Asya Reznikov is currently showing several video sculptures and installations in HVCCA’s Screening Room. Reznikov is a multi-media artist who often incorporates video and photography into her sculptural installations. Since the inception of her art making, the themes of travel, language, identity in different cultures as foreigner and traveler, immigration, emigration, and otherness have been her focus.
Asya Reznikov was born in Russia, and immigrated to the United States with her family when she was a young child. She received her M.A. and B.F.A. from the Massachusetts College of Art, and an M.F.A. from CUNY Hunter College. Reznikov is represented by Nancy Hoffman Gallery in New York City.
SUNDAY, MARCH 10TH
4pm • PEEKSKILL PROJECT SECOND SUNDAY
Artist Talk @ HVCCA
PEEKSKILL PROJECT V Artist Matt Frieburghaus discusses his work, currently installed in HVCCA's Video Room. Reception to follow.
SUNDAY, MARCH 17TH
2pm • EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOP @ HVCCA
PEEKSKILL PROJECT V Artist Brandon Ballengée leads this workshop in which students will explore the ideas behind ecological art and create works based on nature.
-All ages welcome, under 5 requires adult supervision
-Space is limited, please RSVP to Cora Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org