MAD Newsletter | February 2, 2017
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News, views and other tidbits about MAD
Spotlight on … Filmmakers

Sarah Carlson, Lynn Woods, Stephen Blauweiss and Jamal David Sanders are four local filmmakers whose works have attracted attention in the advocacy genre. Their works – Food Deserts in a Land of Plenty, Lost Rondout, Midtown Kingston – capture communities known for artistic populations and political awareness. 

Anatomy of Midtown Arts
To help Kingston visitors find, enjoy and buy artists’ work, MAD News will highlight artists in a rich range of disciplines – ceramicists, wood crafters, jewelers, theater/performance artists, musicians, metal workers, writers, weavers/textile artists, designers, architects, visual artists and, this issue’s featured artists, film/video makers. We need to hear from you!

Lights! Camera!

Three major film and video production hubs (existing and under development) are positioning Midtown Kingston as the regional center of gravity for the film/video industry. Seven21 Media Center and RUPCO’s development of The Metro and Stockade Works – as well as the Center for Creative Education, Hudson Valley Tech Meetup and retail space – are all about “lights, camera, action!” 

Kingston High School Students Learn Art of Running a Midtown Gallery

Here's a wonderful article about Pop Up Gallery Group (PUGG), an art gallery at 624 Broadway run by a team of six Kingston High students.
Super Bowl Not Your Thing?

Come to Boitson’s on Sunday evening for “Dinner & a Movie Night” featuring Lost Rondout: A Story of Urban Removal. Seating at 7 pm, film at 7:30 and reservations are limited: Reserve now to guarantee your seat!

What is MAD?
The Kingston Midtown Arts District seeks to unite, revitalize, and enrich the community through the arts. We are building upon the City’s reputation as an arts-friendly place in which to live, work and play, and the more than 400 artists and arts enterprises already operating in Midtown, to ensure inclusive and equitable community development and economic revitalization for everyone living and working in Midtown.

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