CHHS Projects 2016 IN:SITE

Photo by Ann Hooke

IN:SITE was a summer-long outdoor art exhibit at the Century House Historical Society (CHHS) on the Snyder Estate in Rosendale, NY, home of the Widow Jane Mine. Curated by Jenny Lee Fowler and Natasha Maria Brooks-Sperduti, fifteen artists from the Northeast present site-specific sculptures and performances engaging the location’s rich natural and industrial histories.

Show ran 6/26 through 9/9/2016, open 7 days a week sunrise to sunset

Opened: Sunday, 6/26/2016, 1-4:00 pm
2 and 3pm: Dance performances by Teresa Smith & Natasha Brooks-Sperduti
and a poetry reading by Dorothy Albertini

Site walk with curator: 8/7/2016 3pm

Closed: Saturday, 9/10/2016, 2-6:00 pm

with a Poetry reading by Dorothy Albertini

and an ensemble dance performance of InSide/Out, choreographed by Teresa Smith & Natasha Brooks-Sperduti. Cast: Choreographers, with Deborah Black, Bruce Hooke, Javaka Steptoe, Beu Tornaghi. Live, original musical score by Lorah Yaccarino

Where: Century House Historical Society (CHHS), at the Snyder Estate, 668 NY-213, Rosendale, NY

Grounds of the Snyder Estate are open seven days a week from May-September during daylight hours. Fans of geology, 19th century American industry, and New York state history will want to visit when the CHHS museum is open as well, on Sundays between 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Arts Mid-Hudson

IN:SITE is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.