FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 26, 2021
Arts & Culture
Master Plan to be Presented to Public
Presentation on September 8, 2021
KINGSTON, NY – Mayor Steven T. Noble is
pleased to announce that the City of Kingston will hold a virtual presentation
to share the final draft of the Arts & Culture Master Plan on September 8,
2021 at 5:30pm.
The Arts & Culture Master Plan is the
first City-led comprehensive study of arts and culture. The City of Kingston
hired Lord Cultural Resources to conduct the study in early 2020. The project
has been managed by the Director of Art & Cultural Affairs, Adrielle Farr,
with guidance from a Project Advisory Committee, along with support from the
Kingston Arts Commission.
“This is a historic moment for Kingston
and the arts” said Mayor Noble. “A cultural plan provides a clear direction for
the future of Kingston’s creative sector. We are proud of our creative
community, which makes Kingston unique, and are committed to nurturing the arts
here. I’m looking forward to the public’s feedback on this important endeavor.”
“The planning process involved
over a year of work with the community, guided by the consulting team at Lord
Cultural Resources and our project advisors,” said Farr. “We are excited to
present our work.”
The presentation is open to the public and
will be conducted via Zoom.
More information can be found at Engage Kingston.
September 8, 2021
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