The First Halloween Parade in Hudson, sponsored by COARC, Hudson Department of Youth and the Greenport Rescue Squad kicked off at 5:30 at 5th and headed down Warren Street to Promenade Hill Center where an all-ages Costume Contest was held. It was preceded by trick-or-treating by young and old in Warren Street shops that sported a Halloween-Whale logo (only in Hudson.) There was also a Haunted House for most and a “Pumpkin Patch” (less frightening) for the little ones!
Elliot Ross‘s new book, with 50 photographs from his on-going series, “Animal” has been published by Schilt Publishing in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and is distributed in London by Thames and Hudson and in the US by Ingram Book Company.
‘The haunting animal portraits of the American Elliot Ross question our relation to other creatures and the ways we perceive the animal world’. Manfred Zollner in fotoMAGAZIN
Elliot exhibited prints from “Animal” at the Davis Orton Gallery in June. The gallery has a selection of matted prints available.
One of seven b/w and color photographs by Sylvia Plachy are online at “Photobooth” the view from the New Yorker photo department. The images are from Sara Ruhl’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando” at Classic Stage Company, on view through October 17. The image above is also in the October 11 edition of the magazine. Also on view through October 17 is “Apparitions,” photographs by Sylvia at the Davis Orton Gallery.
Rose Marasco, who recently exhibited at the Davis Orton Gallery, will give a public lecture related to her exhibition, “Rose Marasco: Projections” at the Houston Center for Photography on November 20, 2010 from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Her exhibit opens November 19 at the center.
Marasco, whose work is included in the public collections of The Fogg Museum; The Davis Museum at Wellesley College; New York Public Library; and National Museum of American History has lectured at many institutions including Harvard University, Bates College, Colby College, Massachusetts College of Art, and Parsons School of Design, was awarded the 2005 Excellence in Photographic Teaching Award from the Santa Fe Center for Photography. She is a Distinguished Professor of Art at the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine.
left: Interior Number 1, 2008, 45×35″ ©Rose Marasco