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City seeks input on artists’ proposals for Princess Street Sidewalk Project

The City is seeking public input on three public art proposals for the Princess Street Sidewalk Project, a permanent public artwork to be installed in Kingston’s Hub area at the intersection of Princess and Division streets.   Through a Request for Supplier Qualifications (RFSQ) process, three artists – Christine Dewancker, Don

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New downtown public art installations part of The Hub Project

Kingston residents will notice a new billboard with public artwork at the downtown intersection of Princess and Division streets, above the UPS store. The billboard is part of The Hub Project and will feature poetry-based artworks from January to September 2021, according to a release from the City of Kingston,

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Temporary fixtures at ‘The Hub’ in place until public art installation

If you’ve happened to travel through the intersection of Princess and Division Streets lately, you most likely noticed a number of magenta objects have popped up on the sidewalks in the area. The eight brightly-coloured lipstick-shaped fixtures are only there temporarily, according to the City of Kingston. “These are temporary

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City to host public workshops to generate ideas for ‘Hub Project’

In September of 2018, the City of Kingston announced plans to “enliven” the intersection at Princess and Division Streets, and now they’re looking for ideas. ‘The Hub Project’ is a City initiative aiming to improve the intersection – an area known locally as The Hub – through public art and

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