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Hudson Guild Talks - January 2023 Newsletter

January 13, 2023 | by hgadmin


Ready for 2023!



Taking a look back at 2022, we continued our bedrock programming - early child education, youth development & education, older adult services, community, building, mental health counseling, and arts - but we also expanded to meet emerging needs by adding:

► A new full-time technology instructor in our older adult center
► A new full-time employment specialist to help community members find and keep jobs
► Training for our mental health staff to identify and treat new challenges arising from the pandemic
► New emergency cash grants to community members who documented real economic distress

These were just a few examples of initiatives we established in the past year and look forward to continue offering our community in the year to come.

A Festive Holiday Season


In December, community members and older adult participants and their families gathered in the Wayans Family Community Room to enjoy a Holiday meal together. During the month, we also held our annual Holiday Pop-Up Shops and our Adopt-A-Family program which fulfilled the holiday wishes of hundreds of families and individuals in the community.

New Year, New Exhibits


Two new shows are coming to Hudson Guild’s galleries this month. Dialogue, works by Wanda Payne & Taj Poscé, will open at Hudson Guild Gallery on Thursday, January 12th and run through March 15th. Ar’n’t I A Woman?, portraits of famous women by Vija Doks, will open at Guild Gallery II on Thursday, January 19th and run through March 15th as well.

Further information on viewing hours and dates and times of opening receptions can be found below under “events” or at

Stay Connected With Us


Stay connected with us by following us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, & TikTok! Following us on social media is another great way to stay up to date with upcoming events, hear about new opportunities and resources, and get a deeper look into what goes on daily at the Guild.

Mental Health Tip of the Month

This month, our Mental Health Services department would like to share a few tips on how to transform your mental health in the new year. You can now visit to view our monthly mental health tip archives.

If you are struggling please reach out to a trusted person, doctor, mental health professional, or to Hudson Guild Mental Health Clinic at 212-760-9822.

This Month's Buzz

Listen to the latest episode of Hudson Guild Podcast by our Teen & Young Adult services program where, in this episode, participants have a conversation about their opinions on the differences between relationships and "situationships".

View Hudson Guild Older Adult Center's January Newsletter to find out about upcoming events, programs, and meal schedules. For more information on Older Adult Center programming, email

Stay up to date with Hudson Guild NORC's Newsletter to stay informed about upcoming NORC program events and class schedules.


November 10th - January 11th: Light Spills and Sprites at Guild Gallery II, 119 9th Ave. Viewing hours: Tuesdays to Fridays 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

January 12th - March 15th: Dialogue at Hudson Guild Gallery, 441 West 26th St. Viewing hours: Tuesdays to Fridays 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM & Saturdays 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

January 12th: Opening Reception for Dialogue at Hudson Guild Gallery, 441 West 26th St., from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM.

January 19th - March 15th: Ar'n't I A Woman? at Guild Gallery II, 119 9th Ave. Viewing hours: Tuesdays to Fridays 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

January 19th: Opening Reception for Ar'n't I A Woman? at Guild Gallery II, 119 9th Ave., from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM.


Whether you're looking for full-time or part-time employment, a permanent position or one for the summer, Hudson Guild currently has a number of job opportunities available. To view all jobs, please visit