A multi-media project was set to take over Kingston for 24 hours a few weeks from now. And the Freeman was going to cover it.
Called “Kingston 24,” the project set out to record the city in a variety of ways in a 24-hour period.
“Unfortunately, this project has been postponed indefinitely.”
That was Arthur Zaczkiewicz, one of the organizers.
“We're looking for a physical space that would accommodate the work, which would include photos, video and audio (oral histories) as well as someone kind enough to host a Web site for the project,” Zaczkiewicz said via e-mail.
As Pink Floyd used to say, “Is there anybody out there?”