Neighborhood Print Studio at MAD


Neighborhood Print Studio opened, launched Print Studio Business Incubator Project and moved MAD Office to the Pajama Factory at 49 Greenkill Avenue DRAW Teaching Gallery is established for ongoing exhibitions in the front half of the…
2022 inaugural Eco Arts Week


inaugural Eco Arts Week
first DRAW-a-Thon


MAD Office expanded to 721 Media Center, 721 Broadway first DRAW-a-Thon


D.R.A.W. moved to Energy Square, 20 Cedar St. in July DRAW offered its first summer program to fill the gap in summer programing not being offered at other institutions due to COVID. Working in collaboration with the Kingston Library…


D.R.A.W. moved to the YMCA and established classes and workshops taught by teaching artists throughout the year for people of all ages. PUGG started curating exhibits at the Kingston Artist Collective, in the Rondout. PUGG hosted monthly…


The birth of the DRAW, expanded to 624 Broadway, opening its first arts education space, offering free classes to local youth. PUGG students started working as teaching assistants in those classes. Deep Listening Plaza Dedication: MAD…


reinvigoration of 1st Saturday MAD is officially a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Art Walk Kingston: MAD worked closely with Arts Mid-Hudson to launch this well attended fall weekend event highlighting more than 70 Artists PUGG…
PUGG Youth Workforce at MAD


• the birth of Pop Up Gallery Group – through a grant with the city of Kingston and KCSD to engage youth in the arts in Midtown • 2nd Annual Celebration of the Arts in the big tent at Broadway Commons • Annual Red Goat Awards


1st Celebration of the Arts event at Cornell Street Studios


1st Made in Kingston event presented by Business Alliance of Kingston (BAK)


the birth of MAD, a coalition and research begins