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Byrdcliffe

  • 34 Tinker St. Map It
  • Woodstock
  • Arts/Performance Venue

Published 04/21/2017

Fodor's Review

Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead, a wealthy Englishman under the sway of William Morris and John Ruskin, decided to create a utopian arts colony. His friend and conspirator Bolton Brown, an artist, suggested Woodstock. After a visit in 1902, Whitehead agreed. Here is the result: 250 acres holding the only intact arts and crafts colony in the U.S. Whitehead's efforts laid the groundwork for Woodstock's transformation into a colony of the arts. Artists, writers, composers, and dance and theater companies still call it home when they participate in its residency programs. There are plenty of events, from concerts to lectures to opportunities to visit artists at work in their studios. Guided tours are offered in the summer.

Sight Information

Address:

Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, 34 Tinker St., Woodstock, New York, 12498, USA

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Phone:

845-679–2079

Sight Details:

  • Free

Published 04/21/2017

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