Photo Exhibition

August 5 — September 21

Explore a wide selection of stories and anecdotes about Kingston then & now told through more than 450 images and accompanying text.


Opening Night Event

Friday, August 5 at 6pm


Sunday Gallery Talks

August 28 at 11am & September 18 at 1pm


Closing Night Event

Wednesday, September 21 at 6pm


Fuller Building Open weekdays 8am–5pm 

45 Pine Grove Avenue (enter via parking lot)



Outdoor Screenings

Join us for this unique series that explores the history of three neighborhoods through hundreds of rare photographs and compelling stories. Appropriate for all ages. Whether you’re a NATIVE OR A NEWCOMER, we guarantee you’ll learn something new!


Uptown: Then & Now

Courthouse Lot: Saturday, July 23 at 8pm


Rondout: Then & Now

Gallo Park: Saturday, July 30 at 8pm


Midtown: Then & Now

YMCA/Fuller Lot: Saturday, August 6 at 8pm


All events are free and open to the public and presented by historian & filmmaker Stephen Blauweiss.


We offer engaging PhotoTalks on a variety of topics related to Kingston, Woodstock, Hudson Valley, Ulster County, and Black Cultural History. They are free to attend and conducted via Zoom, followed by Q&A.

  • Jul 18, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
    We reveal the untold story of how Woodstock revolutionized American culture, but not the way most people think. While the 1969 music festival that bears the Woodstock name became infamous, the colorful and intriguing story began over a half century earlier.