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Around the Block, October 7, 5-9 PM, The Lace Mill
Lace Mill opening event for Around the Black, a ceramic exhibition and sale, October 7th from 5-9 PM.
Green Kill is loacated in Kingston, New York, a thriving cultural city in the heart of the Hudson Valley. A broad ranch of performance spaces and galleries are located in Kingston, including The Lace Mill, which is at 165 Cornell Street, Kingston, NY. You will find a map and other information about the space below.
There will be an opening event for Around the Black, a ceramic exhibition and sale featuring works by Zakiaha Bonnerwith, Sud Burlew, Grace Cain, Amanda Ellinger, Jackie Fisher and Jessica Krut on October 7th from 5-9 PM. Come out and see their unique works and if you bring an additional Guest, you will receive a raffle ticket to win a free ceramic vessel.
The Lace Mill
The Lace Mill, a 55-unit affordable housing complex preferenced for artists, exemplifies creative placemaking with adaptive reuse, energy efficiency, and historical preservation as its cornerstones. The 100+-year-old lace curtain mill was transformed by RUPCO, a regional community developer in the Hudson Valley, with the help of numerous local subcontractors. A component of the City of Kingston's BEAT (Business, Education, Arts, Technology) Initiative, the artist community serves as a lynchpin of the burgeoning Midtown Kingston Arts District. The blossoming creative neighborhood is the foundation of The Lace Mill's vision, with many established, thriving art-based businesses.