Welcome to the D.R.A.W., the Art Education program of the Midtown Arts District
WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE ART, SHARE ART AND TEACH ART.
The Dept. of Regional Art Workers is offering classes and workshops for all ages this summer.
Get creative and exercise your imagination this summer.
Intro to Relief Print Making
Instructor: Stephen Lewis
Thursday’s July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1
More info and register here
Classes are held at in the D.R.A.W. Studio in the YMCA, 507 Broadway, Kingston, NY
DRAWING: With Stephen Lewis
Explore the physical act of ‘drawing”, from its most basic, as a form of mark making, to a more complete language of space and volume. The class will primarily be working from “life”.
July 12 - Aug 16, 6-8pm
Costumed Drawing Sessions will be extended for 4 more weeks!
Tuesdays from 6:00 - 8:00 pm
June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16
Life drawing with a twist--our models are in costume. Located in the D.R.A.W. studio on the campus of the YMCA, Kingston. all of the materials are provided, and all ages and skill levels are welcome!
$10 for non members, $8 for members
P.U.G.G. Presents: “Glass Jaws”, new work by Wayne Montecalvo.
Opening reception, June 1, 5-7pm, at the Kingston Artist Collective, 63 Broadway, Kingston, NY. The show runs through June 29th.
Current Schedule of Classes: All classes taught at the D.R.A.W./Y.M.C.A.
Drawing with Stephen Lewis: Friday evenings, 6pm-8pm, Next session begins May 17 and runs through June 21
“The Exaggerated and the Unreal” Paintings by Maxim von Eikh
Opening Reception April 6, 5pm - 7pm
Kingston Artist Collective
63 Broadway, Kingston, NY
--- With intensity and visceral quality, von Eikh’s work comes to life through mark making inspired by the rough and ruined nature of urban decay, graffiti art, and… (more)
The Department of Regional Art Workers
is a growing community of artists, educators, entrepreneurs and students who believe in the ability of the arts to act as an agent of change. We believe a strong art education significantly enhances the character, quality of life, and economy of our neighborhoods. DRAW programming is built on a spiraling intergenerational framework where expertise, interaction and experience generate ongoing community learning.
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PUGG hosts “Picking Up the Pieces: Transformation of life after loss.”
Watercolor works by Amy Ackerman.
Kingston Artist Collective, 63 Broadway Kingston, NY
Opening Reception: March 2, 2019 5-7pm,
Show runs thru March 28, 2019
Amy Ackerman has lived her life surrounded by art. She has lived through and with her artwork, blending her paint and life together in her career. Amy’s paintings are a unique blend of emotion, passion, and mystery. There is magic in her paintings.
A natural painter, Amy understands the processes of paint. She lets the piece take her to wherever it goes, letting the piece decides its outcome. Ackerman looks to bring her talents to children’s book illustration to inspire imaginative growth. With her skill set, it’s more than possible. The show will run through March 28, 2019.
Celebrate 1st Saturday at City Hall! Join us at City Hall on January 5th, from 3:00 – 5:00 PM, for the opening reception for The PUGG Alumni Exhibition.
The PUGG Alumni Exhibition is the first show in the City Hall 2019 Exhibition Schedule, developed by the collaboration of the City of Kingston, Arts Mid-Hudson, and the Midtown Arts District. The PUGG Alumni Exhibition features a collection of multi-disciplinary artwork from 8 professional artists who have worked with the Pop-Up Gallery Group, or PUGG. The PUGG program was developed to provide artistic resources to current students and alumni of Kingston High School. The exhibition will be on display until March 31st, 2019.
For more information on PUGG, and to learn more about their events and workshops, please visit www.thedrawkingston.org
To learn more about exhibitions at City Hall, please visit www.kingston-ny.gov/exhibitions