"In conjunction with NADA Hudson, A Native Hill is an exhibition of established and emerging Hudson Valley Artists and a pop-up community space.

Acknowledging the agricultural roots of the Hudson Valley, the title references a Wendell Berry essay and “…the knowledge of the few square miles… that were mine… by the intimacy the mind makes with the place it awakens in.”

Installed within a site specific work by Polly Apfelbaum, A Realized House for Adolf Loos + Josephine Baker, the varied work resonates with ideas of place, community, production, consumption, the cosmos, architecture, landscape, form and history.

The space will also be used as community space to host drawing workshops and conversations on agriculture, environmental conservation, and radio transmission. "