MAD Newsletter | March 7, 2017
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Kingston: Capital of Culture
Chronogram profiles MAD's arts-driven urban revitalization and reinvention that is helping to transform Kingston into the Capital of Culture. 
News, views and other tidbits about MAD
First Saturday: A History and a Plan

Kingston Midtown Arts District joins the new Kingston Gallery Business Group (KGBG), Kingston Arts Commission and Kingston Happenings to expand and enhance First Saturday

Steve Finkle Photographs Exhibit at City Hall through June 
The City of Kingston remembers its former Office of Economic Development Director, Steve Finkle, with a photography exhibit in City Hall. The show in the ground floor hall continues through June during City Hall hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.  ​

Calling all Kingston MAD Artists!
Who’s out there? We want to know! We want to put you on the map!

We want to feature MAD Artists and their work in future issues of the MAD eNews and we need to hear from you.

A Celebration Tribute for Pauline Oliveros
An afternoon of presentations, performances and Deep Listening with friends and special guests

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.

For more information, send us a note and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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