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March 19, 2013 Posted by admin721 in News

ArtBridge Reception Held at Seven21 Media Center

Art Bridge hosted a reception at Seven21 Media Center to celebrate the installation in the city of Kingston. The reception at Seven21 had a live performance by Saints of Swing, The Hudson Valley/NY Metropolitan area-based band, and featured local artwork throughout the studio space. Seven21, Keegan Ales, Timely Signs, and other local businesses, donated studio space, tables, chairs, food, beverages, and signage to create an enjoyable evening for attendees. “The studio space here at Seven21 was suitable for the evening’s entertainment and influx of attendees. Hundreds of people comfortably mingled amongst the live performance while appreciating the artwork and enjoying food and beverages. Having local companies work together for great causes will show what The Hudson Valley has to offer. From spacious studio and office spaces for your business to local restaurants to cater your next gathering, the Kingston area has it all.” shares Jeremy Ellenbogen, President and CEO of Seven21 Media Center. The bridge that carries Greenville Avenue and the CSX railroad tracks over Broadway and Midtown Kinston, now features Emily Gui and Adie Russell’s artwork. Artbridge’s mission is to beautify urban landscapes with local artwork. “The Hudson Valley has beautiful landscapes and a diverse and artistic community. This reception exhibited this communal optimism and dedication to revitalize the area by gathering hundreds of people to support the local artists and businesses,” explains Devin Mathis, Director of Operations at ArtBridge. Click here for more information of studio and office spaces at Seven21 Media Center. Kingston’s ArtBridge puts Midtown in the Spotlight
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