Culture & Arts

Central New York’s rural landscape naturally begs to be driven, explored and enjoyed. You may be surprised that arts and culture are significantly strong here as well.

The Arkell Museum in Montgomery County features more than 350 paintings and sculptures by important American artists and hosts several lectures, concerts, films and workshops throughout the year.

Fenimore Art Museum

Native American and American art in a beautiful setting on Otsego Lake make up one of the best and largest American Folk Art collections in the world housed in the Fenimore Art Museum, a can’t-miss arts destination in Cooperstown.

Up north near the Adirondack Park, you can immerse yourself in the arts at View, a new arts center built with award-winning green construction and offering exhibits, workshops and theater as well as the Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors.

Classic Car Museum

The Northeast Classic Car Museum in Norwich hosts five connected buildings that house more than 160 classic and vintage vehicles, many of the non-Detroit variety. This isn’t your typical car show.

So, take a tour of some truly special collections in a place you might not expect them: Tucked away among the rolling hills and classic Main Streets of Central New York.

 

Culture & Arts Listings (80)
ART Mission and Theater

61 Prospect St.
Binghamton, NY 13901

Built in a historic railroad hotel, The Art Mission and Theater specializes in independent, experimental and foreign-language films as well as various performances presented in two theaters. The Mission’s gallery is the premiere showplace for visual artists from the area, bringing in new exhibits each month. You’ll find an assortment of media, including paints, photography, sculpture and installations.
ARTifact Ceramic Bar

The Brunelli Art Center
186 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

ARTifact Ceramic Bar is a restaurant-style art studio that specializes in fresh and functional objects. Check out our delicious menu of creative offerings, useable ceramic and glass items, paint colors, weekly specials, and fresh ideas.
Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts

186 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

ANTHONY BRUNELLI FINE ARTS 186 State Street Binghamton, NY 13901 Google Map PHONE +1 607 772 0485 EMAIL info@anthonybrunelli.com GALLERY HOURS: First Fridays 6 - 9 pm Saturday 12 - 4 pm and by appointment
Aremac Gallery

803 Carl Street
Endicott, NY 13760

(607) 765-5274
www.aremacgallery.com

AATP is a not-for-profit organization based in Hamilton, NY, whose mission is to become a dynamic multi-use facility that is a vital catalyst for the region. We offer quality programming focusing on a full spectrum of the arts and education.Ê

Binghamton University Art Museum

4400 Vestal Parkway East
Fine Arts Building
Vestal, NY 13850

The mission of the Binghamton University Art Museum is to collect, document, preserve, and present works of art from diverse cultures for the education and enjoyment of students, faculty, staff and members of the general public. The museum presents exhibitions featuring works of art drawn from the permanent collection of approximately 3,000 objects, as well as objects on loan. Exhibitions are installed in the Main Gallery, the Susan M. Reifer '65 and Stanley J. Reifer '64 Mezzanine Gallery and the Nancy J. Powell Gallery, which itself consists of several small galleries. Exhibitions rotate regularly and are curated by museum staff, faculty members, and students. In addition to exhibitions, the museum offers other opportunities for visitors to engage with art. The Kenneth C. Lindsay Study Room provides students, faculty members and the general public a space in which they may view any work in the permanent collection. This room is also used for university classes and the short-term dis
Brenda Lomeli's Art Studio & Gallery

435 South James Street
Rome, NY 13440

(315) 225-7184

The Artist, Her Art & Her Space are in an unlikely location. Situated in South Rome, the once Laundromat is now an intimate gallery space which leads right into her studio. This is where you can find her working on a number of Paintings and Sculptures.As she said "I love working on different projects simultaneously, it keeps me stimulated and moving forward."

Her work is difficult to describe, much less categorize.She uses a variety of mediums and approaches to create her works, but everything falls into place.Powerful, provoking and connecting are three words that come to mind while viewing her unique works of art.

Visiting her Studio & Gallery gives one an opportunity to glimpse into her processes and ask questions. She cares deeply about each piece and there is a story behind every one and if you ask her she'lll gladly tell you their story.

Hours do change seasonally. You can always check by calling 315.225.7184 or by making an appointment.

In 1889, two brothers, Willard Bundy a jeweler and inventor, and Harlow E. Bundy, a young entrepreneur, opened a time recording clock company in downtown Binghamton. By the turn of the 20th century, thousands of workers were clocking in and out of work on Bundy Time Recorders. The company flourished, moved to Endicott, and eventually became IBM. While the factories in Binghamton are now long gone, you can experience the world that spawned the Bundy Manufacturing Company at Harlow Bundy’s home – now the Bundy Museum of History & Art, 129 Main St. on Binghamton’s Westside. We at the Bundy Museum seek to not only honor the accomplishments of Binghamton’s entrepreneurs like the Bundys, but also to pay our respects to the culture that influenced them. Our collection ranges from early manufacturing and broadcasting artifacts to international art designed to enrich local culture. We honor local entrepreneurs, artists, and personalities by showcasing the fruits
CNY Metal & Glass Design Studio

12840 State Route 12
Boonville, NY 13309

The Cazenovia Opera House was acquired by the College in 1968. Almost 40 years later, the Catherine Cummings Theatre continues to contribute to the academic programs of Cazenovia College,and the cultural life of the surrounding CNY community. The theatre presents lectures, plays musicals, meetings, theatre workshops, fund-raisers, Jazz `N Caz, and rentals such as weddings and speakers.

More than 80 men and women make up this group dedicated to choral singing. Widely acclaimed concerts, the group presents during the fall and spring seasons.

Catskill Conservatory

Oneonta, NY 13820

(607) 432-0147

This well-respected conservatory has featured classical and contemporary musical presentations for more than 30 years.

Catskill Symphony Orchestra

108 Ravine Parkway
PO Box 14
Oneonta, NY 13820

Since 1953, The Catskill Symphony Orchestra (CSO) has provided an unparalleled resource to entertain, educate, and inspire audiences of all ages in upstate New York – by presenting a professional ensemble of the highest artistic quality performing the full range of symphonic literature. Under the direction of Maestro Charles Schneider, the CSO selects repertoire from the five major musical periods – Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Modern and Contemporary – with nearly equal representation. Each performance includes beloved, familiar works, unfamiliar traditional works, and new music, sometimes commissioned, and sometimes premiered. Nearly every concert includes an exciting soloist. Repertoire also highlights the strengths of the orchestra and the virtuosity of the soloist. Performances of the Catskill Symphony Orchestra are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, and with addition

The Art Gallery in Reisman Hall on the campus of Cazenovia College provides a state of the art exhibition venue that supports the mounting of multimedia exhibitions that place emphasis on the arts, architecture and design. The gallery fosters the appreciation and education of the arts through our active exhibition roster showcasing regional, state, national and international artists and promotes an artist lecture series.

Chenango County Council of the Arts

27 West Main Street
Norwich, NY 13815

Performances, art gallery exhibits and special events.
The region's only professional, non-profit theatre company operating under contract with Actor's Equity
Cherry Valley Artworks

44 Main Street
PO Box 92
Cherry Valley, NY 13320

Cherry Valley Artworks presents a varied menu of art-related activities including The Cherry Valley Summer Sculpture Trail, August Concert Series featuring artists from the Glimmerglass Festival, and the Cherry Valley Kite Festival in a historic and charming village setting.

City of Binghamton Gallery

38 Hawley Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Connelly Gallery

205 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 722-9593
www.bobconnelly.com

The Connelly Gallery is located within Binghamton’s historic State Street district in the A. L. Willey Building, constructed in 1913 on the former site of the Chenango Canal. When the Willey Building was originally built it was part of the cigar manufacturing district in Binghamton. The Connellys historically rehabilitated the building in 1990 and presently house their art gallery and antiques store on the first floor with artist studios on the second floor. Currently the third and forth floors are being converted into four more artist studios as an important part of the exciting new Greater Binghamton Arts Renaissance. The Connelly Gallery is an integral component of Bob & Sallie Connelly’s Antique business, which they founded in 1966. The Connelly Gallery is unique amongst the area’s art galleries in that they feature both 19th and 20th as well as 21st Century art for sale. They also offer a full range of services for the art connoisseur from certified professio
The Cooperative Gallery 213 has been a pioneering presence on State Street, now the hub of the arts renaissance in Binghamton. Cooperative Gallery 213 is a popular stop on the highly successful First Friday Art Walks which occur monthly from 3 to 9 pm. The gallery is open every Friday 3-6 pm, every Saturday noon-4 pm and by appointment with the featured artist or any member.

Cooperstown Concert Series, now in its 44th season, brings the best in music and performing arts to the Village of Cooperstown and its surroundings. This series presents a diverse schedule, ranging from folk and Cajun, to classical and modern musical performances.

Tickets for any of the events in this series can be purchased at Ellsworth & Sill (79 Main Street, Cooperstown), Fly Creek General Store (6212 State Highway 28, Fly Creek), and Church & Scott Pharmacy (5396 State Highway 28, Cooperstown). Tickets cost $20 for adults, $15 for college students/senior citizens, $8 for students 13-18 years old, and free for children under 12.

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival began with three events in 1999, and since then has offered the region more than 100 performances, from classical to contemporary, jazz to bluegrass, cabaret and children's concerts. Past festivals have featured: Midori, Hank Jones, the American String Quartet, the Tokyo String Quartet, the St. Lawrence String Quartet, Tim Fain, Bill Charlap, Hilary Kole, Simone Dinnerstein, and Mark O'Connor.

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival, under the artistic direction of flutist Linda Chesis, brings top classical and jazz artists to perform in and around Cooperstown. Concerts are held at the Otesaga Resort Hotel, Christ Episcopal Church, and Hyde Hall at the Glimmerglass State Park.

"First-rate performing artists and rewarding, listener-friendly programming help catapult CSMF to the 'major leagues' of summer music festivals."
-critic David Abrams

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival has "a track record of

Dodge Pratt Northam Art Center

106 Schuyler Street
Boonville, NY 13309

E.L. Downey Studio & Gallery

33 Court Street
2nd Floor
Binghamton, NY 13901

The Earlville Opera House Arts Center enriches the Central New York community through the visual and performing arts while preserving our beautiful historic theater. Founded in 1970 as a non-for-profit, volunteer-based, community service organization, we promote the arts in a rural region of Central New York by offering programs of cultural, educational, and historical significance; and preserving the architectual and historic integrity of the Earlville Opera House, a unique second-story theater constructed in 1892.

Earlville Opera House

18-22 East Main Street
Earlville, NY 13332

The Earlville Opera House Arts Center enriches the Central New York community through the visual and performing arts while preserving its historic building.

Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library

Fine crafts, locally made and fair trade clothing, home goods and personal accessories. Stonewall Kitchen specialty foods. Thymes personal care products. Custom framing services.

FAAST - Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier

showings at various locations
Vestal, NY 13851

(607) 775-9001
www.fasstny.org

Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier (FASST) has been promoting the arts throughout the Southern Tier of New York for over 100 years, founded in 1898 and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1982. Our mission is to foster an interest in and appreciation of the arts by the community at large, and encourage the growth and development of FASST members in their artistic pursuits. Members have the opportunity to showcase their work online through the FASST website gallery, and participate in classes/workshops, bus trips, monthly educational demonstrations, and other events offered to the membership. FASST meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. from September through June, except December, at Vestal Public Library, 320 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal, NY 13850. The public is welcome. People with an interest in the arts are encouraged to join us for the wonderful programs and the chance to mingle with local artists and art enthusiasts. Members attend meetings free of c
Fenimore Art Museum

5798 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

One of the nation's premier art institutions, the Fenimore is home to an exceptionally rich collection of American folk art and American Indian art, as well as important holdings in American decorative arts, photography, and 20th century art. Formal gardens overlook Otsego Lake and visitors can get a glimpse of American Indian lives crica the 1750s at the Bark House on the shores of the lake.

2016 Exhibitions

Limited Engagements

  • The Clothing Project (April 1 - June 5)
  • Ansel Adams: Early Works (April 1 - September 18)
  • Matika Wilbur, Project 562 (April 1 - September 19)
  • Henri Toulouse-Lautrec in Bohemian Paris (May 28 - September 5)
  • Nestled in the Catskill mountains, in the highly accessible university city of Oneonta, Foothills Performing Arts Center is a not-for-profit entertainment and civic center that serves the cultural, educational, and community needs of the Otsego, Delaware, and Chenango region.

    Since its grand opening in 2005, FPAC has become an exciting modern venue for live entertainment from nationally known artists and bands, as well as local favorites. Drama, vocal, and musical instruction is available at Foothills, and it is home to resident acting company S.T.A.R.T. In addition, Foothills is the rehearsal home for local youth string orchestra, the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble.

    With a variety of venues that welcomes groups from 20-775 people, Foothills has also become a leading destination for private, corporate, conference, and community events.

    We hope you enjoy our new website, and if you have any questions about Foothills, please email us or call us at (607) 431-2080.

Working pottery studio and Gallery of American arts and craft work.
Gallery 3040

3040 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

A small gallery and frame shop featuring local, regional, national and international artists of renown. On display are all mediums of paintings, mixed media and fine craft art. Gallery 3040 is a cornerstone of the First Friday Artwalks on Old Forge's Main Street.
Garland Gallery

116 Washington Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

GnG Artisans, Inc.

6 Maple Avenue
Conklin, NY 13748

Founded in 1980 by the Golden family, Golden Artist Colors Inc. manufactures acrylic paints and mediums for professional artists. Open for tours. New last year the Sam & Adele Golden Art Gallery.

The ÒKalletÓ is a non-profit organization created in 1983, whose purpose is to maintain the former ÒKallet TheaterÓ building as a community center and provide programs of interest to the public. It is comprised of a Board of Directors that relies heavily on volunteer support. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for people in the CNY area.

Griffiss International Sculpture Garden, a unique outdoor sculpture garden located in an industrial development park in Upstate New York, is located on the grounds of the Griffiss Business and Technology Park in Rome, N.Y. According to Sculpture Space Executive Director Sydney Waller, “This kind of cultural project within a thriving business park - complete with an airfield and railroad - is thought to be the only one of its kind in the nation. Part of a Master Plan designed by Boston-based Sasaki Associates, the sculptures reflect an unusual collaboration between Sculpture Space, Griffiss Park Landowners Association and the Griffiss Local Development Corporation of Rome, New York and Griffiss Utilities Corporation. GPLA works with other entities to promote and expand business in Central New York State's Griffiss Business and Technology Park, a 3,500 acre former U.S. Air Force Base now home to 65 businesses with more than 5,800 employees.

Returning every late July, the Hamilton International Film Festival is a world-class film festival, attracting filmmakers and film fans from across the globe! Featuring award winning films, panel discussions with world renowned filmmakers, actors and directors, an exciting red carpet event and more. HIFF offers all the excitement of a major film festival in a small town setting.

Hamilton Movie Theater

7 Lebanon Street
Hamilton, NY 13346

Since 1895, Hamilton Theater has served as a centerpiece for films, live performances and community events. One of the few remaining independent theaters, we provide diverse programming, preserving and enhancing our historic tradition as a community resource.

JungleScience

33 Court Street
2nd Floor
Downtown Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 237-7205
www.junglescience.com

KAPOW! Art Studio

The Brunelli Art Center
186 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

All of our art offerings are taught by fun, friendly, and experienced artists and art educators using high quality art materials and tools. What you leave with is something special that is all your own. Whether you are supplementing your child’s art education, or an adult seeking a quality art experience, look no further.
Kirkland Art Center

9 1/2 East Park Row
Clinton, NY 13323

(315) 853-8871
http://www.kacny.org

LK Burke Fine Art LLC is a private gallery offering a wide selection of subjects, style and media. This gallery is committed to the highest level of customer service while providing quality art.
La Loba Creations

4011 Saddlemire Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

Adirondack art and furnishings in the Great Camp style.

A renowned art collection, fascinating exhibitions, and education programs for all ages are presented in a landmark 1960 International-style building designed by Philip Johnson and in historic Fountain Elms, a superbly restored 1850 Italianate mansion.

In 1962 Architectural Forum magazine cited the Johnson building as one of 10 new structures around the world that contributed significantly to the art of architecture during the decade. The Johnson building and Fountain Elms are connected by a new Museum Education Wing that opened in 1995.

The art collection features more than 25,000 Americans; 20th and 21th-century paintings, drawings, sculptures, 19th-century decorative arts, photographs, European paintings, and European and Asian works on paper. There are works in the collection by Copley, Dali, Frankenthaler, Kandinsky, Mondrian, O'Keefe, Picasso, Pollock, Prendergast, Rothenberg, Stella and Whistler. Also featured is the popular "Voyage of Life" series by Thomas Cole.

Nelson Odeon

4035 Nelson Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

The historic Nelson Grange building converted into the Nelson Odeon, a renovated small community-minded center for performances, nestled in the scenic rolling hills to the east of Syracuse. Along with promoting local music from across upstate New York, one of the OdeonÕs main missions is in bringing well respected regional, national, and international acts to the Central New York area to play for music lovers and music discoverers alike.

New York Art Collection

A Private Art Gallery By appointment only

(607) 759-0058
www.nyartguide.net

On Point Productions

67 Court Street
2nd Floor
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 773-7850
www.onpoint.net

On Point Productions is a full service advertising agency and production house. On Point specializes in audio/video production, media buying, and brand management for commercial and nonprofit clients. The company was established in 1998 by Damien J Cornwell. In 2003 an all new facility was constructed. With the ability and expertise to produce and record high quality audio and video for commercials, public service announcements, sporting events and all genres of music On Point Productions has gained a reputation for producing a high quality product. On Point Productions is also home to urban contemporary radio station WJOB 93.3 FM.

Oneonta Concert Association, the area's oldest concert association, continues to offer area concertgoers world-class programs in chamber music, dance, jazz, and orchestra at an affordable price. Recent performers include Grammy award-winning jazz bassist Ron Carter and his trio, Scotland's "Folk Band of the Year" Battlefield Band, Grammy award-winning violinist Mark O'Connor, and New York's Taylor 2 Dance Company. Free school workshops, master classes, demonstrations, pre-concert lectures, and other educational sessions are offered in addition to concerts.

Single tickets are $25 for adults/$6 for students. Ticket outlets are located at The Green Toad Bookstore (198 Main Street, Oneonta) and The Eighth Note Music Store (10 South Main Street, Oneonta).

Oneonta Theatre

47 Chestnut Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

Originally established in 1897 as a state-of-the-art Vaudeville playhouse, the Oneonta Theatre reopened in 2010 as a lovingly restored venue for national and local touring musicians, theatrical productions, films and more. The Oneonta Theatre has created an atmosphere of friendly elegance, where internationally-known musicians feel as comfortable as each member of the audience.

Tickets for events happening at the Oneonta Theatre can be purchased online at Frontgate Tickets (http://www.frontgatetickets.com/), or by phone at 607/965-6032 (ask for Brenda). Tickets for all main-stage shows are also available for purchase in person at the following locations:

  • Oneonta Theatre Box Office, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta
  • The Music Square, Clinton Plaza, Main St., Oneonta
  • The Eighth Note Music Store, 10 South Main St., Oneonta
  • The Green Toad Book Store, 198 Main St., Oneonta
Orazio Salati Studio & Gallery

204 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

(607) 772-6725
www.oraziosalati.com

"I have always had a love for Abstract Expressionism. The freedom of movement, the use of color, and the textural quality has always appealed to me. Abstractions are currently my expression. One style I often use is known as Photo Peinture, a term introduced in the mid 1860’s at the salons and the Royal Academy in France. This technique includes painting over photo-images fixed on canvas.In the process my photographs are joined to the canvas and then the entire painting is completed through a blending of colors, a creation of textural surfaces, and, sometimes camouflaging the photograph. The photographs are taken on-location as well as in my studio. It is always interesting to see people take a “second glance” at my paintings to see if their eyes have deceived them. I welcome you to my Studio and Gallery in Binghamton , NY to view my work or to simply visit and chat about art and history and life."
Orpheus Theatre

31 Maple Street
P.O. Box 1014
Oneonta, NY 13820

607/432-1800; 607/432-9392 for box offic
orpheus@orpheustheatre.org
www.orpheustheatre.org

Orpheus Theatre celebrates over 25 years of artistic excellence! Offering three different presentations annually, as well as special events and workshops!

Pastel Perspectives Studio & Gallery

21 Wilcox Road
Binghamton, NY 13903

The new York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network will promote New York cultural heritage attractions and venues so that interest and excitement will drive people to visit, be entertained, educated and purchase various product and gifts, this aiding in job creation, tax support and an increased appreciation for the unique culture and heritage present in New York State. The New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network history began in 2009 when a small number of cultural heritage attractions in Central New York visited with a local receptive tour operator to help the attractions increase tourism visitation. That one meeting of nine people began what would become simply "The Network". The first committee formed was for education and in 2010 The Network held its first symposium in conjunction with Colgate University in Hamilton, NY. Additional educational seminars quickly followed in each succeeding year and was spread across the State from Albany to Buffalo. Through an email communication
Perri Hart Studio

67 Broad Street
Johnson City, NY 13790

Phelps Mansion Museum

191 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Tours: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Tours leave every 30 minutes, last tour at 430pm. Historic house museum built for Sherman D. Phelps in 1870-72, a local banker & business man.  The house was designed by Isaac G. Perry and is furnished primarily as a Victorian house.
Picker Art Gallery

Dana Arts Center
Hamilton, NY 13346

The Gallery hosts a regular schedule of special exhibitions, lectures, concerts, and events, as well as changing displays from the permanent collection. Strengths collection include the Dr. Luther W. Brady Collection of Modern Art; the Gary M. Hoffer, Memorial Photography Collection; the Theodore and Evelyn Herman Collection of Chinese Woodcuts; the Yevgeny Khaldei Collection of Photographs; the Nast Collection of Political Cartoons; and the Herbert A. Mayer Collection of Drawings from Carrolup, Western Australia.Ê

p>Hours: TuesdayÐFriday 10 a.m.Ð5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday noonÐ5 p.m.; and the third Thursday of every month 10 a.m.Ð8 p.m. Closed Mondays major holidays and academic breaks. /p>
Quarter Yellow

33 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901

Roberson Museum and Science Center

30 Front St.
Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 772-0660
www.roberson.org

Visit Roberson Museum and Science Center and discover incredible collections of art and interactive exhibits in science and history. Since 1954, the museum has been an educational destination with a stunning array of engaging exhibits and community-relevant events. Roberson mainstays include the region’s only digital planetarium, in addition to the historic and breath-taking Roberson Mansion. A fully accredited member of the American Alliance of Museums, and an annual recipient of TripAdvisor's "Certificate of Excellence", Roberson has been wowing visitors for decades and continues to provide an unmatched experience anywhere in Broome County.
Rome Art and Community Center

308 West Bloomfield Street
Rome, NY 13440

Come explore Rome Art and Community Center- a historic Tudor Mansion located in Rome's historic district- which houses four art galleries, an art studio, gift shop, and is home to jazz concerts in our Art House Cafe, art classes, summer camps and much more!

View our video http://animoto.com/play/FuAYEfUtyetkBjZHDBDRSA

This innovative facility is the result of many years of planning and reflects a tradition of support for the arts at Hamilton. In 1873, the trustees of Hamilton officially recognized the central role that a Knowledge of Fine Arts plays in educating scholars and citizens. This resolution further stated, As a means of furnishing this Knowledge, art collections are of great utility. Through various exhibition venues and specialized collections on campus, object-based learning has been an integral part of a Hamilton education for well over a century.

The Wellin Museum of Art stands as a synthesis of honored traditions and new ideas, celebrating the importance of learning through interaction with works of art and material culture from a wide variety of regions and eras. Architecturally, the building turns the concept of a museum inside out, revealing the working museum and its collections for all to see. Art storage, conservation workshops, administrative offices, and teaching spac

SUNYPI - Gannett Gallery

100 Seymour Rd
Utica, NY 13502

Kunsela Hall

Sculpture Space

12 Gates St
Utica, NY 13502

Sculpture Space, A Mohawk Valley cultural treasure, is unique in North America for its service to artists and sculptors. Work made and first seen in Utica is exhibited in sculpture parks, museums and galleries around the world. The acclaimed, highly competitive program awards professional artists two-month fellowships and has helped almost 600 national/international artists since 1976.

Artists receive a stipend, housing, studio workspace, technical assistance and the use of specialized equipment to make art in an environment conductive to experimentation.

The public attends free Works in Progress Receptions throughout the year, showcasing the artists’ projects and supported by local businesses and restaurants. The CHAIRity Art Auction and Spring Into Art pARTy are popular annual fundraising events. School groups and others visit the studio, by appointment, to learn more about artists and practices.

 

Welcome to Shard of Glass Studios, LLC and Karen Stanley Creations. Shard of Glass Studios is a professional mosaic studio and gallery space, located in Binghamton, NY. Shard of Glass Studios has moved. Karen Stanley now works from home so she can focus on being a full-time mom and part-time artist. Karen Stanley offers a variety of hand-made pieces ranging from elegant mosaic jewelry to contemporary fine art mosaics to whimsical mosaic mirrors and other accents for the home. If you are interested in purchasing any of Karen's unique offerings, you can contact her directly or you can visit several local businesses that carry her work. Click here to see where you can find Karen's work in the Greater Binghamton Area. Thanks for coming, and please visit us again soon!
Six on the Square

6 LaFayette Park
Oxford, NY 13830

607-843-6876

Volunteer-based community service organization committed to promoting music and artists in central New York by offering cultural and educational programs

The Smithy serves as a seasonal gallery, showcasing the work of both contemporary and traditional regional artists. During the summer season, the Smithy draws large crowds to three receptions to open twelve shows featuring work by over seventy-five artists.

The Smithy Pioneer Gallery is the oldest building in Cooperstown. It was built by the village founder, Judge William Cooper, in 1786 to serve as a blacksmith shop for the infant settlement. Its forges, anvil stands, bellows, tools, the smoke-shadows of horseshoes and other features remain. A second and third floor were added to house a carriage repair shop and what is now the oldest surviving Masonic Hall with original paint in New York State.

Because the Smithy has recently developed into a full-fledged multi-arts center, the gallery and its adjoining courtyard are also the site for a variety of concerts, film screenings, theatrical productions, storytelling, and other community arts events.

In addition, a n

Spool MFG

138 Baldwin Street
Johnson City, NY 13790

Spool Mfg. is a contemporary art space committed to the existential, personal, social and political dimensions of the contemporary moment. Spool Mfg. functions within a large 19th-century industrial site which accommodates exhibitions, installation and performance.
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park

3883 Stone Quarry Rd.
Cazenovia, NY 13035

Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, with 104 acres of conserved land and over four miles of trails overlooks the breathtaking rural landscape of Cazenovia and Madison County. Inspired by the relationship between art and nature, the Art park is dedicated to providing a unique environment for the showcasing of art by emerging and established artists. Its mission is to educate and engage the public through exhibitions, collections, interpretation, and community outreach programs in the arts.

Strand Theatre

3093 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

An expanded Art Deco movie theater originally built in 1921. First runs films often premiering at the same time in New York City, in a meticulously restored theater with the original stage in the main hall (frequently used for stage theater presentations). The Strand also features a small museum of vintage film equipment, posters and memorabilia.
The Glimmerglass Festival

7300 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326

This internationally acclaimed summer opera festival presents both familiar and rarely performed operas in a magnificent setting overlooking Otsego Lake. Previews, meet-the-performers, tours, picnic meals on spacious lawns add to a "Night at the Opera."

2016 Season

The following have been announced for the 2016 season! The productions will run in repertory July 8 through August 27, 2016 with more details and show times to follow soon.

The House By The Water

9530 Main Street
Remsen, NY 13438

(315) 205-4001

JUANITA FINN, ARTIST

The Party Studio provides a unique and fun night out with friends and family. At the end of the event, you take home your very own masterpiece!
The School of Art Gallery

1200 State Street
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 797-0000
http://www.mwpai.edu

On the PrattMWP campus. The School of Art Gallery awards exhibitions to highly qualified artists working in a range of media. Six shows per academic year support the PrattMWP art school curriculum and provide cultural enrichment to the surrounding community. Selected artists give a gallery talk or slide lecture to students working at the foundation level. Students benefit from direct contact with original works of art by practicing artists.

Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

The Skeleton Key

138 Main Street
Oneida, NY 13421

Madison CountyÕs First Escape Room! Escape rooms are games and entertainment. There is also an art gallery associated with TSK showcasing local artisits. Ê

Welcome to Uncorked Creations, a painting studio that brings people, art and wine together! A local artist will guide all of the classes with step-by-step instruction on how to create the featured piece. At the end of the class, take home great memories and a work of art created by you!
Utica Art & Vine

157 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501

Join us for a fun paint and sip night out.

You've never painted before? Don't worry! Experience is NOT necessary but enthusiasm is welcomed. How does this work? A local artist will guide you with step-by-step instructions.At the end of our fun paint and sip event, you'll have your very own one-of a kind painting to take home. Best of all, you'll have great memories of your unique experience.

UticaArt Gallery

106 Genesee St
Utica, NY 13502

(315) 525-1311

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3273 State Route 28
Old Forge, NY 13420

Celebrating over 50 year of bringing arts to the Central Adirondacks. Presenting year-round exhibits, workshops and performances for all ages. Host of the prestigious Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors.
Windsor Whip Works Art Gallery

98 Main Street
Windsor, NY 13865

Windsor Whip Works Art Center is located in an 1874 Italianate building in Windsor, N.Y. From 1901 to 1951, the structure was the home of Windsor Whip Works Buggy Whip Factory. Until the advent of the automobile, Windsor had been one of the leading manufacturers of buggy whips in America. Over the years, the building deteriorated into an eyesore of neglect. In the summer of 1999, Johanne and Bill Pesce purchased the building and restored it to its original Italianate architecture, turning it into an upscale art gallery and vibrant community art center. A schedule of classes & workshops, seminars, life classes and print making have become a regular feature of Windsor Whip Works Art Center. In 2008 the Art Gallery became Windsor Whip Works Art Center— a nonprofit organization acting as a visual arts resource for people all ages and abilities, serving Broome and Delaware Counties, as well as Northeastern Pennsylvania.