The Hub Project

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Consultation has concluded.


Consultation on The Hub Project is complete. The community feedback summary is now available for public review.


The City of Kingston has received financial support from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario Main Street Revitalization Initiative for a new initiative, the Hub Project that will transform the intersection of Princess and Division Street through public art. The Hub Project is designed to meet all three objectives of the City of Kingston’s Public Art Master Plan including contributing to making a high-quality, vibrant public realm; bringing cultural provision to under-serviced areas across the city; and telling the full Kingston story, building


Consultation on The Hub Project is complete. The community feedback summary is now available for public review.


The City of Kingston has received financial support from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario Main Street Revitalization Initiative for a new initiative, the Hub Project that will transform the intersection of Princess and Division Street through public art. The Hub Project is designed to meet all three objectives of the City of Kingston’s Public Art Master Plan including contributing to making a high-quality, vibrant public realm; bringing cultural provision to under-serviced areas across the city; and telling the full Kingston story, building on the current heritage focus in a way that is contemporary and inclusive.

The City engaged the public from September 2018 to March 2019 to collect feedback and ideas on public art priorities, themes and types. Review the reporting back document that summarizes the community feedback.


Consultation has concluded.
  • City hosting public workshops to generate ideas for the Hub Project

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    over 1 year ago

    On Wednesday, March 6 and Thursday, March 7, the City is hosting two public workshops to explore how to improve the intersection of Princess and Division Streets through public art and other design elements.

    On Wednesday, March 6 and Thursday, March 7, the City is hosting two public workshops to explore how to improve the intersection of Princess and Division Streets through public art and other design elements.

  • Art is city building: How public art and public space work together in our cities

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    over 1 year ago

    It may be more difficult to imagine how a work of art could have the same influence on our urban areas as say, housing or mobility. But public art has an incredible impact on the health of our cities, especially when it comes to public space. Source: Evergreen

    It may be more difficult to imagine how a work of art could have the same influence on our urban areas as say, housing or mobility. But public art has an incredible impact on the health of our cities, especially when it comes to public space. Source: Evergreen

  • City seeks feedback on ways to enliven Princess and Division intersection with The Hub Project

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    almost 2 years ago

    The intersection of Princess and Divisions Streets welcomes thousands of pedestrians, cyclists and commuters every day, and connects the diverse districts of Sydenham, Williamsville, King's Town and the downtown business corridor.


    The intersection of Princess and Divisions Streets welcomes thousands of pedestrians, cyclists and commuters every day, and connects the diverse districts of Sydenham, Williamsville, King's Town and the downtown business corridor.