What a GREAT event!
Tuesday July 31, 2018 – Hudson NY
10:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Open to creatives, artists & makers!
Want to know what it’s like during our week-long CreativesMX Marathon? Spend the day with us mastering the craft of artistic development, learning how to better promote your talent, presenting your Vlog and exploring the city of Hudson.
Hosted by Space 428 Hudson, a unique venue designed for creativity right in the scenic downtown, you’ll experience a rigorous and stimulating day stretching your artistic skills and developing a strategy to take your career to the next level.
Working alongside other creatives, you’ll build new relationships and cheer each other to the day’s finish line. You’ll learn, you’ll practice and you’ll grow. And, of course, there are prizes!
The Story Your Brand Lives
Branding for Creatives with Jeff Davis
10:30 – 12:00 PM
An interactive workshop in branding with integrity & artfulness. Intended for change-making creatives, creative entrepreneurs, & business artists.
A brand story communicates our values and our skills in a way that sticks – our community, our colleagues, our clients, and our stakeholders. This workshop will give your audience the building blocks to help them shape their stories about the work they do, why they do it, and why it matters now. This workshop takes the yuck and sting out of branding. It helps your audience understand and experience how story-centered and mission-centered branding makes marketing an authentic, meaningful, and valuable endeavor that results not only in attracting more customers but potentially creating a community of fans.
American Glory Restaurant
12:15 – 1:15 PM
Filmmaking for Youtube
Creating a Vlog
Media Workshop with Kelly Phelan
1:30 – 3:15 PM
Kelly Phelan, creator and founder of the “Whoops Film Festival,” will present a workshop entitled, “Filmmaking for Youtube.” A small case study of emerging media and navigating the new digital space for emerging content creators.”
The course is geared towards vlogging and YouTube channels as Kelly has been on the platform since 2009. Showing the studies that compare successful vlogs, learn about the equipment most of them use to create a budget for their endeavors.
Artistic & Creative Development
3:30 – 5:30 PM
Performing Arts Workshop with Bronwen Carson
In this course, participants will engage in the expression of human experience through shape, spatial relationships, gestures, body language, thought tracking, sound, and tempo. There will be practical exercises to strengthen each participant’s unique imagination as well as ones focusing on filterless choices to help develop a deeply anchored creative confidence. Free-association, exploration, noting new creative links, as well as areas of challenge artistically. A journal or notebook is needed for this course. Please no note taking via smartphone.
Prizes & Competition
6:00 – 6:15 PM
Prizes and Final Remarks
1st Place – $50 & Free Pass to CreativesMX Meet
2nd Place – $25 & Free Pass to CreativesMX Meet
3rd Place – Free Pass to CreativesMX Meet
Honorable Mention – Gift Certificates from Neighborhood Ambassadors
How to Compete?
Visit this page to learn more about how to compete, earn points and win!
Site-Specific Choreography for New York State Dance Force
8:00 – 8:30 PM
Join us for a special performance by the New York State Dance Force in three special choreographed performances designed for Space 428.
By Jonah Bokaer (USA/Tunisia), Sara Procopio (USA), James Koroni (USA/Iran)
Danced by Sara Procopio
Music by Stavros Gasparatos
Costume by Narciso Rodriguez
The Disappearance Portraits
Danced by Jonah Bokaer
Music by Soundwalk Collective
Jonah Bokaer Choreography
Jonah Bokaer has been active as a choreographer and exhibiting artist since 2002. The creator of 60 works in a wide variety of media (dances, videos, drawings, motion capture works, interactive installations, mobile applications, and film), Bokaer’s work has been produced in venues around the world, including Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Festival d’Avignon, Spoleto Festival, La Triennale di Milano, and SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival.
Bokaer has exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum, P.S.1 MoMA, and The New Museum in New York City. He founded Chez Bushwick in 2002, and co-founded CPR – Center for Performance Research with John Jasperse in 2008.
Bokaer has collaborated with other artists including Lynda Benglis, Anne Carson, Merce Cunningham, Robert Gober, Anthony McCall, Tino Sehgal, Lee Ufan (Guggenheim Retrospective 2011), and Robert Wilson. As choreographer for Robert Wilson, he has completed 6 operas including Faust (Polish National Opera), Aïda (Teatro dell’Opera di Roma), and On The Beach (Baryshnikov Arts Center). Bokaer has collaborated with Daniel Arsham on nine full-length works since 2007.
In 2015 he received the United States Artists Fellowship in Choreography, was named a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow in Choreography, and in 2016 won Italy’s Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellowship, in the Visual Arts category. In 2016, he was confirmed as one of the Resident Fellows at NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts. Most recently in 2017, he received the INFANT Festival Prize (Serbia) for Rules Of The Game.
About Soundwalk Collective
Soundwalk Collective’s approach to composition combines anthropology, ethnography, non-linear narrative, psychogeography, the observation of nature, and explorations in recording and synthesis. The source material of their works is always linked to specific locations, natural or artificial, and requires long periods of investigative travel and field work. Along the years, they performed live, among other spaces and festivals, at Opéra de Lyon, CTM Festival (Berlin), KW Institute of Contemporary Art (Berlin), Novas Frequencias Festival (Rio De Janeiro), Arma 17 (Moscow), Barbican Centre (London), Berghain (Berlin), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), Florence Gould Hall (New York), Mobile Art by Zaha Hadid (Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York), MUDAM (Luxemburg), MuCEM (Marseilles), Museo Madre (Naples), National Museum of Singapore and the New Museum (New York), TAP (Poitiers), Villa de Noailles – Centre d’Art et de Culture Contemporain (Hyéres), Palazzo Reale (Milan) and La Triennale (Milan), documenta14 (Athens, Kassel). They had solo exhibitions at the Rubin Museum of Art (New York), District Six Museum (Cape Town), Capo d’Arte, Gagliano del Capo (Lecce, Italy), and in New York’s Times Square, where in April 2016 they mounted Jungle-ized, a large participative audio-visual installation. Killer Road, their homage to musician and singer Nico, authored with Patti Smith and Jesse Paris Smith, was performed live in 2014 in Berlin, London, and New York, anticipating release of the eponymous record. In April 2017 they published their latest album Before Music There Is Blood that features a rework by Max Loderbauer. In June 2017 they composed the music for the latest creation of Sasha Waltz ‘Kreatur’, which saw its world premiere at Radialsystem V in Berlin.
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Lunch & Snacks Included
428 State St. Hudson, 12534
A historic landmark from 1871, fully modernized, renovated, and in the heart of the Hudson historic district, while also near all cool streets, restaurants, galleries, venues, and clubs.
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Neighborhood Ambassadors – Mile Markers
We are very fortunate to have many local business sponsorships in Hudson. Participants can visit local businesses for generous discounts and offers from more than a dozen local businesses. Please learn more about their offers here.