Kingston has arrived at an auspicious cultural moment, with new arts facilities, new leadership and new civic programs. This summit takes stock of the visual arts, past and present, through a multi-voiced dialogue. In conjunction with Dig and Art Scenes Kingston, the program features eight short talks on Kingston’s art scenes from the 1970s to now by artists, curators and cultural leaders. “Time” and “Space” are the broad organizing themes, with such topics as the controversy around Kosso Eloul’s 1973 sculpture, Time, and the contingencies of studio and exhibition space in the city today. There will be a break for light refreshments at the mid-point, and a half-hour moderated discussion after the presentations.