Amongst the other things we've been doing this summer, the Kingston School of Art has been re-ordering it's space. Renovations would be too grand a term but equally a clean up and clearing out of debris too minimal. We've opened up the studios and put in storage. We've invited daylight back into the school and beat back the rabbit warren of dividers that have built up over time. We've painted putty grey, bright white. Cleaner and more spare the Kingston School of Art's begins it's move into a rejuvinated future.
This tangible outgrowth of the PHOENIX PROJECT is just the flame beginning to catch. Hopefully it will make the school a more condusive environment for creative work. Hopefuly it will make the space more flexible to the wide variety of groups and uses it is put to. Hopefully it will start a reinvigoration of moral and a delight in the possiblities of what the KSOA and Window Art Gallery might be. Don't worry favorite chairs and much beloved stools have all been saved - because hopefully it will please our long time fans while attracting new support.