MAD Newsletter | June 21, 2017
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News, views and other tidbits about MAD
James Martin: Inspired By the Old Masters & Kingston's New MAD Creatives

Artist James Martin creates works on paper at his Lace Mill Studio and has curated a new show—MAVERICKS—to open on 1st Saturday this month.
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Kingston Makers and Growers Market Kicks Off June 29

Are you a maker or grower? A writer, musician or performer? Do you sell to makers and growers? There's a new Thursday market for YOU in the heart of Kingston at Broadway Commons!

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June MAD Notes

Read all about what the MAD Steering Committee has accomplished since last month, and feel free to attend their next meeting on July 6 at Cornell Street Studios.​

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The Mavericks are coming to The Lace Mill! Five of the most distinguished and prolific artists in the Hudson Valley— KATE McGLOUGHLIN, JOHN A. VARRIANO, ERIC ANGELOCH, STAATS FASOLDT, and MARSHA MASSIH—have been selected by Lace Mill Arts for the first MAVERICKS AT LACE MILL event. MAVERICKS AT LACE MILL will run from July 1-26 in The Lace Mill's Main and West Galleries.

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The Life of Ben Wigfall Celebration
June 10, 2017
SUNY New Paltz

Ben Wigfall is one of the true giants in the art world. A Yale MFA graduate, he was recognized early on as a brilliant painter and printmaker, yet he did not pursue fame and success as an artist. Instead, he employed art to touch and mentor the lives of others. And in that lies his greatness. Read more >>>


Help launch The Kingston Midtown Arts District! The first 100 individuals to contribute $50.00 will be immortalized as the MAD 100 whose support helped launch the Arts District. YOU can be one of 100 visionaries who are helping to recreate Midtown Kingston.

Click here and be number 100 to join and win a $20 gift certificate for lunch at Pakt! 

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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