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PUGG Artists in Residence Adrielle Farr worked with students to create their first stop animation films. 




Media arts card

 Transforming 626 Broadway into a Project Space.    

Transforming 626 Broadway into a Project Space. 

 


"LIMITS OF EMPATHY" PAINTING,  By Rebecca Hellard,

MARCH 17TH THRU APRIL 29.

Rebecca graduated from KHS in 2011.  She studied Painting at SUNY New Paltz, graduation in January 2016.  The show includes imaginary landscapes in oil and watercolor. Rebecca is exploring psychological space.  She is interested in the space between the painting and the viewer. 

Visit Rebecca's work at www.rebecca-hellard.com

Rebecca talks about her work, on view at the PUGG Gallery April 2017.


"TOP SECRET" February 4th - February 28th

A show of the work of Matthew Pleva, a 1993 graduate of Kingston High School. Mr. Pleva received his BFA from SUNY Purchase and currently has a small shop in Uptown, Kingston, NY, where he sells his drawings, constructions and Jewelry.   www.MatthewPleva.com

 

 Installation view of "Top Secret" work by Matthew Pleva

Installation view of "Top Secret" work by Matthew Pleva


Saturday Comics

A series of 3 free workshops, taught by Isabell Simek, in January. Isabell taught all aspects of comic making. Students learned character development, story boarding and inking.

 Isabell Simek teaching Comic Making

Isabell Simek teaching Comic Making


Relief Printmaking Workshop

Frank Pesko is an Alumni of KHS and SUNY Purchase.  Frank has a BFA in printmaking and volunteered to teach a free class in relief printing.  Our first Saturday workshops.

 Frank Pesko teaches relief printmaking.

Frank Pesko teaches relief printmaking.


"EFFECTS" work by Kelli Sillik and Frank Pesko

PUGG (POP UP GALLERY GROUP) offers our first show, December 2, 2017.

 Prints by Frank Pesko and Ceramics and Drawings by Kelli Sillik.

 Kelli Sillik artist, at our first opening

Kelli Sillik artist, at our first opening


PUGG renovates 624 Broadway.

PUGG and volunteers renovated 624 Broadway and created their first gallery space.  Thanks to the generosity of Ed Kang, the owner of the building, the students have a space to engage with community. Many volunteers helped with painting, cleaning, construction and moral support.

 Renovation of 624 Broadway

Renovation of 624 Broadway


 Pollination Project Opening, Oct. 27th

Pollination Project Opening, Oct. 27th

POLLINATION" 100 Flowers & Optimistic ideas by 100 Students

Kingston High School students collaborated with PUGG and Uncle Riley to to create a community garden of flowers; On the back, they wrote their ideas for a brighter Mid-Town, Kingston.

The opening took place Oct 27th, to coincide with the official ribbon cutting for the Broadway Commons and formal recognition of the Mid Town Arts District (M.A.D.)


ART WALK, 2016, 591 Broadway

Stephen Nicolls  painting and Susan Spencer Crow sculpture.  


Night VIEw at 591 Broadway.

PUGG's first exhibit shared the work of

Scott Michael Ackerman & Amy Ackerman 

The work was on display over the summer of 2016


 Night view of our first show, Scott and Amy Ackerman

Night view of our first show, Scott and Amy Ackerman