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ArtBridge : Kingston 2014

  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014
  • ArtBridge : Kingston 2014

About

We are pleased to announce our second exhibition in Hudson Valley’s art hub, Kingston, NY, featuring the work of local & emerging artists, Deborah Mills Thackrey & Frank Wright. Read about it on Chronogram.com.

This year’s exhibition was curated by Marcia Acita the Assistant Director of the Hessel Museum of Art at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard, Kerry Henderson the owner of Uptown Gallery in Kingston and world renowned artist, Deborah Masters. The curators narrowed down the 150 plus submissions that were received to ten top finalists and, Deborah Mills Thackrey & Frank Wright’s works were ultimately selected for exhibition.

The installation opens in conjunction with the city’s annual St. Patrick’s day parade on Sunday, March 16th.

Participating Artists

– Beth Schneck
– Carleen Sheehan
– Deborah Thackrey
– Elizabeth Bryant
– Franc Palaia
– Frank Wright (x2)
– Greg Pepe
– Joe Concra
– Kevin Freligh

Partners & Sponsors

A huge thank you to our Gold Sponsor, Naccarato Insurance, whose very generous donation made this year’s project possible.

Focus Media -- ArtBridge sponsor Chronogram-- ArtBridge sponsorUlster County -- ArtBridge sponsor FastSigns-- ArtBridge sponsorKeegan Ales -- ArtBridge sponsor PDQ Printing -- ArtBridge sponsor

Media/Press

400 sq ft mural, on view at Taft Houses, 5th Ave, and 112th St, NYC. Commissioned by Artbridge.

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On July 8, a new art exhibition, “Present Power / Future Hopes,” brought outdoor art indoors to showcase the work of 59 New York-based artists who created 25,000 square feet of art to help beautify and bring public art to 17 NYCHA developments across the city. The exhibition is produced by ArtBridge as a culmination of its Bridging the Divide program, a fellowship in which local artists design temporary public artworks that reflect the lives, histories, and aspirations of NYCHA residents. The artists created over 50 new, site-specific artwork that was affixed to construction fencing and sidewalk sheds at each location, as made possible through the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs’ City Canvas pilot initiative. As part of the fellowship, the artists held hundreds of art workshops and community events with NYCHA residents. (See past NYCHA Journal stories on Bridging the Divide here.)

On July 8, a new art exhibition, “Present Power / …

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NEW YORK (PIX11) — Scaffolding is normally an eyesore, but …

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