This Summer, The Lace Mill, an anchor in the Ulster County arts community that provides 55 affordable homes for artists – commemorates eight years of serving our community with best quality art exhibitions, music, dance, and theatre performances, art classes, and lectures presented by The Lace Mill artist residents.
The Lace Mill Arts Council is proud to present the SUMMERTIDE ART and MUSIC FESTIVAL to celebrate The Lace Mill 8th Anniversary throughout the months of July and August. The festivities begin Saturday, July 1st, from 4 pm to 9 pm at The Lace Mill – located at 165 Cornell Street in Kingston – with a riveting line-up of musicians, gaumets, and over 70 works of art.
Programming includes musical performances in the East Gallery by Michael Bisio, Juma Sultan, Marianne Osiel, Sean Cortright, Kid Busy, The Daniel Palladino Quartet, Creek and Seed Song Farm, Alexander Turnquist, and hosted with comedic performances by Charles Dennis and Claire Porter. (Please consider a $25 suggested donation for the musicians). The Main and West galleries will feature a vast art exhibition of masterful works from the finest and most accomplished artists in the Hudson Valley, such as- Staats Fasoldt, Ron DeNitto, Leslie Bender, Nancy Catandella, Pablo Shine, Chris Gonyea, and so much more. The art show continues throughout July and August, with gallery hours every Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm.
Guests will also be able to enjoy Japanese cuisine from Youko Yamamato of Tamni Ramen Restaurant and special delicacies from food epicurean Joe Fitzgerald served near the Main gallery.
More performances are planned for August, so keep watch as the SUMMERTIDE ART and MUSIC Festival continues all Summer, only at The Lace Mill.
About The Lace Mill: Located at 165 Cornell Street in Kingston, the Lace Mill is an anchor of the Ulster County arts community. Developed by RUPCO and completed in 2015, The Lace Mill is a historic preservation and adaptive reuse $19 Million project that seeks to inspire residents to live, work, and create in a transformative space features 55 affordable apartments with a preference for artists.
RUPCO creates homes, supports people, and improves communities across a broad spectrum of community development solutions, including housing, historic preservation, and neighborhood revitalization in the Hudson Valley. RUPCO creates and maintains quality, sustainable housing and rental opportunities, inspires understanding and acceptance of affordable housing initiatives, and champions pathways to opportunity. For more information, visit www.rupco.org.