We transform abandoned spaces into opportunities.
PUGG is about engaging young artists in the community. We create exhibition spaces for Kingston High School alumni, keeping young artists in the area and creative. We believe that a strong art education significantly enhances the character, quality of life, and economy of the neighborhood.
There are many ways in which students can become members of PUGG. As volunteers, students can get PUGG training, and get 1/2 high school credit. Students work for 54 hours over the year and keep a journal of their experiences. as Juniors, students can apply to become a working member of PUGG. Students do 54 hours of work a semester and keep a journal. Students receive a $500 scholarship at the end of each semester. They also become eligible for a $1000 scholarship at the end of their senior year. Scholarship recipients are given the opportunity to show their work at City Hall.