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Harris Diamant: Head Maker

About a dozen years ago, before I was familiar with the term, a reviewer of a show that I had in San Francisco, dubbed me a Steampunk Artist. At that time, I had been working in that manner for more than a decade. Sort of proto-Steampunk. Who knew?

1st Saturday January Preview

Baby, it’s cold outside, but 1st Saturday is HOT! Don’t succumb to the call of your cozy couch – get out and explore the arts in Kingston. Art always fires […]

MAD 2017: The Year in Review

MAD with its small army of volunteers has accomplished myriad things in 2017. We couldn’t have done this without them! A recap of 2017 begins with our official MAD launch […]

Meet the New MAD Board Members!

The arts have become a strong, unifying force for Midtown Kingston since MAD was launched in 2016. In early November, a meeting of the MAD Board of Directors and MAD […]


Calling All Kingston Artists!

Nominations Open Until 12/17 for Distinguished Artist Award The Kingston Arts Commission has established, with Mayor Steve Noble’s blessing, the City of Kingston Distinguished Artist Award for 2018-2019. This award […]

An Invitation to Exhibit

A new Pop-Up Fine Art Market sponsored by MAD When: Thursday, December 7, 4–8:30pm as a new feature within the Made in Kingston 2017 event. Where: The Metro, 2 S. […]

1st Saturday October Highlights

Interesting and even surprising conversations along the way are one of the best parts of 1st Saturday, whether you’re meeting new people or reconnecting with friends and favorite artists. The […]

The Artists of Art Walk Kingston 2017

It was a beautiful weekend for the 2nd annual Art Walk Kingston, the self-guided tour of artist studios. Lots of terrific artists, but not enough time to meet them all. […]

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Art Walk Kingston 2017

Linda Marston-Reid Executive Director, Arts Mid-Hudson Art Walk Kingston is a celebration of the arts and the local community in its 2nd year during the weekend of September 23rd and 24th. […]