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Artists Conversation with Industry – Media Publications
May 7 @ 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Registration is required to attend this virtual event. You will be emailed the event link and password to login before the event. Access to the virtual studio visits is free for members of Orange County Arts Council. A donation of $10 is suggested of non-members.
Join us as we hear from industry leaders about the media publications industry.
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Learn more about the panelists:
Kate Walsh, Editor-of-Chief of Hudson Valley and The Valley Table magazines, both published by Today Media. Prior to these positions, she was Managing Editor of Westchester Magazine, InTouch Weekly, and Soap Opera Weekly (the latter of which she was also a founding editor). Kate lives in Croton-on-Hudson with her husband and three children.
Brian K. Mahoney is the editorial director of Chronogram Media, and oversees the operations of Chronogram, Upstate House, The River Newsroom, Upstater, Rural Intelligence, and Explore the Hudson Valley. Brian has been covering the cultural landscape of the Hudson Valley since 1996. He lives in Kingston with his wife Lee Anne and two knuckleheaded mutts, Shazam and Clancy. His publication credits include the New York Press, T magazine, Utne Reader, the Village Voice, and American Craft.
Laura Kandel, Hudsy:
Laura has lived in the Hudson Valley her entire life, currently residing in Kingston, and has been working in the arts community in the Hudson Valley and surrounding tri-state area for over 20 years. She was a Co-Director and Operations Manager at Artrider Productions, a contemporary fine craft show production company, for over 16 years and worked as a Guest Relations Coordinator at the Woodstock Film Festival for 12 years. She has been on the Arts Mid-Hudson Ulster Arts Awards Committee for the last five years and enjoys celebrating and lifting up the inspiring artistic community she was born into.
HUDSY is a free video streaming platform in the Hudson Valley that celebrates the region and the talented creatives who call it home. Cooperatively owned, HUDSY creates and distributes premiere video content, and the HUDSY app — launching soon — will deliver instant access to regional concerts and events, informative local stories, documentary films, and much more. Find HUDSY online at HUDSY.tv.