Listening to Land Closing Reception & Gallery Talks

Sunday August 27 4-5:30
July 13 - August 27 

Please join artists included in “Listening to Land” for an informal closing reception and gallery talks on Sunday, August 27th following Kite and Robbie Wing’s Workshop for Listening to Nonhumans.

The Gallery will be open both Sat Aug 26th and Sun Aug 27th 1:00-5:00pm
Listening to Nonhumans Workshop Sunday Aug 27th 2:00-4:00pm
Reception & Gallery Talks Sunday Aug 27th 4:00-5:30pm

These events will close out our summer exhibition! Don’t miss the last weekend to see this show and hear from the

The workshop and reception are free and open to the public and do not require a reservation. We hope you will come and take a closer look and listen with us this weekend!

Listening to Land Workshop 4:
Listening to Non-Humans (Heard and Unheard)
with Kite & Robbie Wing


Free and open to the public; No reservation required

Note: this workshop includes 30+ mins of walking with a small group outside the gallery.

Details here.

Listening to Land Workshop 3: 
Feral Hues of the Hudson River Estuary: Foraging & Making Paint with Wild Plants in Newburgh
Led by Ellie Irons

Saturday Aug 19, 2023

Free and open to the public; limited to 12 participants

Reservation required; email

Confirmed participants will receive an email with schedule and meeting point

Details here.

Ann Street Gallery will participate in Upstate Art Weekend
July 22-23, 2023

ASG Gallery is featured on Route 4 of the UPAW Journeys Route Plan:
“Ann Street 104 Ann Street Curated by Hudson Valley name-to-know Alison McNulty, an artist and educator, is “Listening to Land,” an exhibition of practices that use listening in relation to place and place-making from Margaux Crump, Donna Francis, Katerie Gladdys, Katie Grove, Ellie Irons, Sergey Jivetin, Kite and Robbie Wing, Fernanda Mello, Steve Rossi, Jean-Marc Superville Sovak, Susan Walsh, and Millicent Young.

Download the Route Plan Here.
Find the customizable MAP Here.
Seed Stories Seed Engraving
with Sergey Jivetin

Saturday July 22nd
12:00-3:00 pm

There will be a limited number of customized seed engravings created for people who would like to bring sentimental seeds and share a relevant story.

For this free first-come, first-serve program, you must sign up in advance for your 45-minute time slot.

Email Sergey to reserve your spot starting Monday, July 17:

Details here.

UPSTATE ART WEEKEND WORKSHOP / Listening to Land WORKSHOP 2: Basswood Cordage with Katie Grove
Sunday July 23rd
12:00 - 3:00 pm

Participants are invited to join for just a few minutes or the entire workshop period.

Free and open to the public.
No Reservation needed.

Details here.

Summer Workshops:
July 22 Seed Stories
July 23 Basswood Cordage
Aug 19 Feral Hues
Aug 26 Listeniing to Nonhumans
Free public programming supporting ASG’s summer exhibition, Listening to Land, will include engagements with several regional artists, beginning with an interactive Seed Stories engagement with artist-miniaturist Sergey Jivetin on July 22 and a hands-on Basswood Cordage Workshop on July 23 with artist and educator Katie Grove during Upstate Art Weekend. On August 19, Interdisciplinary artist and educator Ellie Irons will lead Feral Hues of the Hudson River Estuary, a hands-on foraging and paint-making workshop focused on the wild, weedy, and feral plants who green the city streets and shoreline of current-day Newburgh.
Oglala Lakota performance artist, visual artist, and composer, Kite, aka Dr. Suzanne Kite, and Robbie Wing, artist and musician from Oklahoma & Citizen of the Cherokee Nation will lead a workshop called Listening to Nonhumans on August 26th.

Safe Harbors of the Hudson and Ann Street Gallery are thrilled to introduce our 2023 Ann Street Gallery Emerging Artist Fellows: Shani Richards, Michelle Corporan, and Rachel Olivia Berg.

Find details about the Fellowship, the selected Fellows, and their projects HERE.

Summer Exhibition
Listening to Land

July 13 - August 27

Reception Saturday, July 15 4-7pm

Exhibition Details HERE

Kite, Nuŋȟwáuŋzazapi (We Only Hear Snatches of What is Said), Photograph, 3' x 4', 2022