City of Hudson

510 Warren Street Gallery

510 Warren St 518-822-0510 Fri & Sat 12-5pm Sun 12-5pm

Basilica Hudson

This reclaimed 19th century factory has been converted into an art, performance, production and event space. Creative Directors, musician Melissa Auf der Maur and filmmaker Tony Stone draw on their experience to bring thoughtfully curated events in music, film, and art to this beautiful space. 110 South Front St, Hudson


Contemporary Fine Art 116 Warren St 518-828-4539 Thurs–Sat 12–6pm;

Caldwell Gallery Hudson

Exhibiting American & European secondary market artists - with a special focus on 20th century American Art. Est. 1973. 355 Warren Street, Suite 1, 518-828-7087, Hours availalbe on website:

Carrie Haddad Gallery

Contemporary Art of the Hudson Valley 622 Warren Street; 518-828-1915 Thursday – Monday 11-5pm

Club Helsinki Hudson

Club Helsinki Hudson is one of the country’s leading live-music and art venues, steadily presenting both hot upcoming new talent and spectacular legendary artists in a theatre setting that is both warm, comfortable and visually stunning. The list of artists presented by Helsinki over the years counts in the thousands and is phenomenal: Odetta, Nora Jones, Steve Earle, Mose Allison, Guy Clark, Leo Kottke, Taj Mahal, North Mississippi Allstars, Mike Gordon of Phish, Soulive, the Blind Boys of Alabama, Burning Spear, Rosanne Cash and many many more. Club Helsinki brings thousands of artists to Hudson every year throughout the seasons. It’s hard to imagine another venue of Helsinki’s relative size and intimacy presenting such a steady and consistent stream of internationally known artists with such an impressive track record, all set in a series of renovated 1800’s industrial building in the heart of Hudson. 405 Columbia Street 518-828-4800

Columbia County Council on the Arts

Concepto Hudson

Contemporary Fine Art 741 Warren Street, 518-697-5130, Thursday - Sunday, 12 - 6 pm,

Davis Orton Gallery

photography, mixed media, photobooks 114 Warren Street 518-697-0266 Fri-Sun 12-5pm

FRG Objects & Design / Art

Art, unique vintage and custom furniture, lighting, painting, sculpture, American and European ceramics and glass. 217 Warren St, 2nd Floor. 646-483-9109 Thurs - Mon 11am-6pm or by appt;

Galerie Gris

​621 Warren St 518-828-1677

Gallery at the Columbia County Chamber of CommercePerform Columbia

1 North Front Street 518-828-4417

Hudson Opera House Center for the Arts

A multi-arts center housed in the 1855 former Hudson City Hall.

327 Warren Street Hudson 518-822-1438

Incident Report - Viewing Station

An experimental viewing station located in Hudson, NY. We offer an interface between the many publics of the street, and the concepts and issues generated by artists and social thinkers. INCIDENT REPORT can construct new relationships with intuitive knowledge, visual intelligence, social cognition. We engage in formally arranged projects, as well as improvised situations. They are always open. ​348 Warren St

J Damiani Gallery

Fine Art : Photography, Oils, and Tablet Generated Fine Art. 237 Warren Street 518-828-5490 Friday & Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-3

Jeff Bailey Gallery

Contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists, 127 Warren St, 518-828-6680, Friday-Sunday 12-6pm;

John Davis Gallery

362 1/2 Warren Street 518-828-5907 Thursday - Saturday 11-6pm and Sunday 12 - 5pm

Limner Gallery

Agitprop political and alternative figurative contemporary arts. 123 Warren Street 518-828-2343 Wednesday - Saturday 12-6pm

McDaris Fine Art

​623 Warren St 212 518-7551 Wed-Sun and Mon 12-6pm

Ornamentum Gallery

Jewelry Studio and Gallery 506 Warren Street 518-671-6770 Thurs–Mon 11am-5pm Sat 11am-6pm

Peter Jung Fine Art

19th C.and 20th C American and European paintings 512 Warren St 518-828-2698; Thurs-Mon 11am-5pm, by appt and by chance

R Wells Gallery

725 Warren Street 607-760-4305

RADC – Riverfront Antiques and Design Center

A community of antiques dealers and designers operating their retail shops under one roof. Customers looking for their next unique find can peruse a huge selection of antiques, contemporary design pieces, custom furniture, artwork, photography, outdoor decor, clothing, accessories, and collectibles among multiple shops. RADC’s one-stop-shopping approach sets itself apart from “antiques malls” in that each shop is independently operated, giving customers a chance to interact directly with the business owners. 99 South 3rd Street, Door 21


Retrospective, initiated by Zach Feuer and Joel Mesler, host investigative exhibitions of work by emerging and mid-career artists. 727 Warren St 518-205-8387 Sat & Sun 12-6pm

Rose Gallery Fine Art

Represents the finest, distinctive contemporary masters of art. 238 Warren St 518-828-5825 Wed- Mon 11am-5pm


533 Warren Street 518-828-0508

The Gallery at TK Home and Garden

Home furnishings, accessories, original art, new and reproduction furniture and accent pieces, selected for their beauty, comfort, function, and uniqueness. Vintage and antique pieces are included in the mix; 441 Warren St 518-679-0909; Mon-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 11am-6pm;

The Great South Bay Gallery at Stageworks/Hudson

41 Cross Street (opposite Amtrak Station), Hudson518-828-7843

Time and Space Limited

Presenting original theater and multi-media productions, independent, documentary and classic movies, music and dance, art exhibitions, special events of all kinds including live simulcasts of the Metropolitan Opera, the National Theatre of London, TimesTalks LIVE, and other special HD presentations.

TSL Warehouse – 434 Columbia Street, Hudson 518-822-8448

TiShu Gallery

A large collection of vintage 2oth century designs and contemporary arts. 521 Warren St. 518-618-4368

Tom Swope Gallery

307 Warren Street 518-828-4399

Valley Variety

Work of contemporary artists complemented by products for everyday living, 11am-6pm Daily, ​705 Warren Street 518-828-0033

Volkmann Images

​Photographer Roy Volkmann’s studio and gallery space. 258 Warren St, 917-685-9831, Saturday & Sunday 11am-6pm,

Winter Walk on Warren Street

Holiday revelers ride in carriages drawn by teams of horses up and down Warren Street, Hudson’s main thoroughfare. Carolers dressed in Victorian costumes sing songs of the season. Musical ensembles and dancers perform in the many shops that fill the street. The aroma of roasting chestnuts fills the air. It’s a scene evocative of days gone by. But that scene becomes a modern day reality on the evening of the First Saturday of December as the Hudson Opera House presents Winter Walk on Warren Street. This free event from 5pm-8pm is a holiday tradition for area residents with entertainment and activities to please all ages. Hudson Opera House Center for the Arts 518-822-1438