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MAD Newsletter | February 12, 2019
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News, views and other tidbits about MAD

D.R.A.W.(N) to Making Art?

MAD now provides educational arts programming through The Department of Regional Art Workers (D.R.A.W.)—and you can sign up for their popular “Curated Shorts” workshops a la carte. The ongoing Saturday programs cover a variety of artistic techniques, run from noon to 3 or 4 p.m., and are designed for adults “14 years young to never too old.”

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Marysa Sacerdote: An Artistic Journey—From Soap to Jewelry

Marysa’s creative journey started with soapmaking and body care products, advanced to ceramics, and she now embraces jewelry making, inspired by Mother Nature and the Hudson Valley’s landscape. Since moving to Kingston in 2017, she says, “the opportunities that I have been offered and the response to my work have exceeded my expectations.”

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Save the Dates!

Black History Month Kingston continues through the end of this month, and many activities have a focus on the arts—including the extraordinary Ben Wigfall exhibit at the idea garden, sponsored by MAD! And mark your calendars for this year’s annual MAD 100+ Celebration at Aaron Renzy’s Prince Street Studio—it’s on Saturday, April 13th and you do NOT want to miss it.

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Join the New MAD Artist Registry!

All Kingston-based artists are invited to join our new Artist Registry! Check out the site and register today. Stay tuned for announcements of the registries for Arts-Related Businesses.

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