Tuesday, October 27 | 6pm | Zoom
Join Hudson-based artist Jim Denney and art historian and gallery associate Emily Kamen for a virtual conversation about Denney’s contemporary landscapes, currently on display at the Pamela Salisbury Gallery in Hudson, NY. The show’s title piece, “Burning Down Our House”, is inspired by Frederic Church’s painting Cotopaxi. Much like the work of the Hudson River School, Denney’s paintings bear witness to the state of our environment in ways both bleak and beautiful. This conversation will be moderated by Carolyn Keogh, Director, Education and Public Programs at The Olana Partnership.
Olana After Hours is a virtual platform for lively conversations with interdisciplinary practitioners discussing how their passions intersect with the ongoing story of Olana. Participants will be invited to join in the conversation so be sure to bring your own questions and refreshments to enjoy.
Each conversation will be hosted on Zoom. A link to the program will be sent beforehand. $5 (FREE for members).
Image credit: Jim Denney, Detail of ‘Burning Down Our House,’ 2020, oil on canvas, 72 x 108 inches.