Date(s) - 12/14/2019
12:00 pm-5:00 pm
Cornell Steamboat Building
Snowflake Waltz a festive exhibition of holiday surprises
Snowflake Waltz is the inaugural exhibition of ArtPort, the newly established cultural space in
the historic Cornell Steamboat Building along the
Rondout Creek in Kingston. ArtPort’s aim is to be a destination for art experiences
and unconventional interaction between contemporary
art and a wide range of audiences.
“Snowflake Waltz” is a holiday exhibition celebrating the traditions of the winter season — take a stroll through trees filled with ornaments and the unexpected.
ArtPort’s curator Laurie De Chiara, has invited artists
and makers to share their creations for this festive
exhibition of sculptural installations, objects, painting and ornamentation and to transform the upper deck of the Cornell building into a magical space.
ArtPort’s genesis illustrates why the endeavor is so unique.
First came Fleet Obsolete*, an organization dedicated to
the restoration of WWII PT Boats. Now that singular
endeavor has grown to include programming inspired by
the environmental, cultural and historical heritage of the Roundout Creek.
Located at 110 East Strand Street (next to Ol Savannah restaurant)