Happy New Year from KMOCA!
After an amazing 10-year run, with deep gratitude and a measure of sadness, we are announcing that KMOCA is closing its doors at 103 Abeel Street. We couldn’t have made it this far without your crucial support. We are also indebted to all the directors, volunteers, and artists who have helped us build this unique community art space over the years. We want to give a special shout-out to Nancy Donskoj for providing us with an affordable space.
It is our intention that KMOCA will live on through events and projects in a more ephemeral form (think pop-up shows and creative partnerships).
The cornerstone of KMOCA has been our commitment to smart and edgy work produced right here in the Hudson Valley region. The artistic talent in our community is staggering and we encourage you to continue supporting our HV artists by buying and viewing their work in area galleries and arts organizations like the Women’s Studio Workshop, One Mile Gallery, ARTBAR Gallery, Anvil Gallery, CHRCH Project Space, Ann Street Gallery, Matteawan Gallery, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Cross Contemporary, and the Samuel Dorsky Museum among others.
Kingston Museum of Contemporary Arts
103 Abeel Street, Kingston