Nearest subway stations are the Franklin Street stop on the 1
or Canal Street on the A/C/E (exit at Walker Street)
N. Moore Street is one block north of Franklin Street
or a block south of Walker Street
Walk west on N. Moore to the pier
(2009-2012): The Hudson River Park Trust (Sponsor), Friends of Hudson River Park (Sponsor), Church Street School for Music & Art, Brookfield Properties/arts> World Financial Center (Sponsor- which is sponsored by American Express, Battery Park City Authority, Brookfield Properties and Bank of America), Manhattan Youth Downtown Community Center, (Sponsor) The River Project, , Battery Park City Parks Conservancy, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, Village Community Boathouse, New York Harbor School, New York Kayak Company, Floating the Apple, Lilac Preservation Project, Solar One, Lower East Side Ecology Center,Salsberg Group, Gaia Institute, ACA Galleries, Difrent, We, theWorld, Henry Street Settlement, Asphalt Green, Boys and Girls Republic, Panda Scouts, Poets House, Mercy Corps Action Center, Clean Air NY, Greenpeace, One Brick, BuildOn, NY Cares, Project Ore, CB1, PS89, PS234, PS397, PS276/Green School, School at Columbia, St. Vincent Ferrer High School, Stuyvesant High School, New York University, New School, Hunter College, Association of Yale Alumni, Scenic Hudson, Riverkeeper, and Clearwater.
Dear friends of Earth Celebrations:
We are gearing up for Earth Celebrations’ 4th Annual Hudson River Pageant – 2012, an ecological art project and performance art event engaging youth & community to restore the Hudson River’s native species & habitats & address climate change In New York City. We hope that you will join in and participate in our puppet & costume workshops March – May, and culminating theatrical pageant along the downtown Hudson River Park on Saturday May 12, 2012.
We just posted the video clips from the 2010 Earth Celebrations Hudson River Pageant, so please see them on our web-site. Also it would be great to have you join our community of participants and friends on-line and notify you of our events and join us on Earth Celebrations Facebook page. Please join us.
Join & Participate – Volunteers, Artists, Musicians,
Dancers, Organizations, Youth, Schools, Community
4th Annual Hudson River Pageant – 2012
An ecological art project and performance art event engaging youth & community to restore the Hudson River’s native species & habitats & address climate change In New York City
Create River Species Puppets and Costumes
Volunteers invited to participate in Earth Celebrations’ workshops to create the spectacular puppet and costumes for the parade inspired by the native species and habitats of the Hudson River.
Puppet & Costume Workshops
In partnership with the Church Street School for Music and Art
March – May
Costume Workshops: WEDNESDAY, 6-9pm
Puppet Workshops: SATURDAY, 12-4pm
Hudson River Pageant
An ecological parade with 13-site specific performances
along downtown Hudson River Park
SATURDAY MAY 12th, 1-5PM
(Rain Date Sunday, May 13th)
The Parade of spectacular costumes, giant puppets, and live musical bands, includes performance, dance, poetry, and music along the piers and significant sites, celebrating the history, current issues, and future restoration of the river. Featuring: Oyster Planting, River Cleansing, Live Fish Release & Boat Dance
See 2010 Hudson River Pageant Video Clips
ECOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE ART EVENT TO RESTORE THE HUDSON RIVER & ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE.
FEATURING: PARADE OF GIANT PUPPETS & SPECTACULAR COSTUMES AND 13 SITE SPECIFIC PERFORMANCES, INCLUDING: OYSTER PLANTING, DANCE OF RIVER GRASS, LIVE FISH RELEASE, RIVER CLEANSING, BOAT DANCE & HARMONIC CHANT CONCERT
DOWNTOWN SECTION OF THE HUDSON RIVER PARK
NEW YORK CITY, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012, 1-5PM
- THE PAGEANT IS FREE –
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESS CONTACT: PAVLA UPPAL: (212) 777-7969
EARTH CELEBRATIONS: HUDSON RIVER PAGEANT
DOWNTOWN SECTION OF THE HUDSON RIVER PARK- NEW YORK CITYÂ Â 1-6PM
TO RESTORE THE HUDSON RIVER & ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE
The short documentary “Earth Celebrations Hudson River Pageant” by Fredrik Lassenius & Karen Brücker, has been selected for the official programme of theBig Apple Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas : Nov. 3-7, 2009.
The “Hudson River Pageant” film is scheduled on opening night Nov. 3- (advance tickets sold on-line)
(program 3, Theater 1) at 8.45.
Here is the link to the programme: http://www.bigapplefilmfestival.com/program_guide.html.
Big Apple Film Festival was named one of MovieMaker Magazine’s “25 Coolest
Film Festivals” in July 2009.
Let us know if you can join us this evening for the film screening