Eureka! Presents: A Celebration of Collaboration

Eureka! Presents: A Celebration of Collaboration

at D.R.A.W. at MAD
24 Iwo Jima Lane, Kingston, NY

April 6th
3 – 6 pm

Eureka! and D.R.A.W. at MAD are thrilled to invite you to an exhibition showcasing the work of over 50 artists who have been in residence and collaboration with Eureka! over the last three years. The show is a testament to the power of collaboration and the magic that unfolds when people are provided space, rest, and resources. From ceramic sculptures, to cyanotype prints, to abstract toilet paper holders, immerse yourself in a tapestry of artistic expression, play, and activism.

Eureka! is a small press and a residency centering non-binary, women, queer, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) artists, healers, and culture-bearers in Kingston, NY and nationally who imagine and enact futures of justice, care, and joy.

Since June 2020, Eureka! has been a Kingston based haven of artistic exploration and connection. As an organization we have been doing our work tucked away just outside of town, working with local partners and residents from around the country to build a foundation of shared knowledge and resources. After three years at a beautiful but temporary location we are beginning the search for a permanent home to host artists again. We thought now was the perfect time to share our archives and the world we’ve been building with our neighbors.

Join us to celebrate the individual talents and collaborative spirit that has fueled Eureka’s journey.

Mark your calendars for April 6th, 2024, at 3 pm, and join us at the D.R.A.W. in Kingston, NY. Come see what we’ve been up to since we started with our first show in an outhouse in 2015!

Admission is free, and all are welcome. See you there!