Immerse yourself in midtown Kingston’s past as it propels into the future this weekend at the opening reception of “Kingston: An Architectural Legacy Then & Now.”
Curated by director/producer of “Lost Rondout: A Story of Urban Removal” Stephen Blauweiss, “Then & Now” is a multi-media exhibition of rare photographs featuring downtown Kingston landmarks such as the Old Post Office, Midtown Train Station, the construction of the Underpass in 1952, the Rondout, and more, presented with “then & now” comparisons. Opening Reception for the exhibit is on Saturday, October 21, 7pm-9pm at Scott Dutton Architecture, 15 Canfield Street, Midtown Kingston.
The museum quality display includes over 100 historic photographs (mostly large format), video footage, and a free keepsake exhibition program for attendees to keep.
The setting is a befitting one, given that the venue itself is a part of Kingston’s architectural legacy. Situated in the 28,000 square foot former Canfield Supply warehouse, Scott Dutton Architecture has renovated 90% of the building to date, according to duttonarchitecture.com.
For more information on “Then & Now,” contact (845) 339-7834 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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