About

Welcome to the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum’s blog.  This blog serves as a forum for members of the WAAM and anyone interested in what’s happening in the arts in the Hudson Valley of New York.  Lots always happening so check back often for announcements!  You’ll also be able to learn more about the artists represented in the members’ gallery and in the Towbin Museum wing, express your thoughts and ideas, and view images and videos of shows and work.

Since its beginnings in 1919, the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum has been committed to exhibiting and collecting work in all media by area artists and supporting the tradition of Woodstock as the “Colony of the Arts.”

Located in the center of the village of Woodstock, New York, the WAAM functions as a cultural center as well as a repository for the work of American artists associated with the Woodstock Art Colony.

Each year, the WAAM presents a full schedule of concurrent solo and group exhibitions, juried and non-juried, of local artists throughout its spacious galleries.

The Main Gallery hosts monthly group exhibitions, the middle gallery features solo shows of contemporary artists and the Phoebe and Belmont Towbin Wing is devoted to art from the Permanent Collection. Small Works exhibitions are shown monthly in the Founders Gallery. Works created by students and children through the Education Program are featured in Youth Exhibition Space (YES!).

The Woodstock Artists Association and Museum celebrates SECOND SATURDAYS along with other members of the Woodstock Arts Consortium. Galleries in Woodstock will be open with special events until 8pm on the second Saturday of the month, June through October.

For more information about any of our events or exhibitions call 845-679-2940.

28 Tinker Street – Woodstock, NY 12498

Website: woodstockart.org

Exhibitions and programs are sponsored in part by the WAAM Founders’ Circle, other individual and business supporters, and our artist membership.

Staff/Board

Main Gallery & Membership | 845-679-2940 extension 100
Permanent Collection + Archives | 845-679-2198
info@woodstockart.org

 

Carl Van Brunt, Gallery Director, Membership, Exhibitions, + Publicity
extension 103
carl@woodstockart.org

Ben Caswell, Preparator and Building Manager
extension 102
ben@woodstockart.org

Beth Humphrey, Education Curator
extension 104
beth@woodstockart.org

Emily Jones, Archivist and Gallery Associate
extension 105
emily@woodstockart.org

Joan Clancy, Gallery Associate
extension 100
gallery@woodstockart.org

Sue DeSanna, Gallery Assistant
extension 100
sue@woodstockart.org

WAAM Board Members, Officers and Committee Chairs (2013-14)
To contact the board, please email info@woodstockart.org

Board Members and Officers

 

 

Judy Chaifetz
Cythia Carlaw
Scott Clugstone, Treasurer
Terry Dagrosa
Leonard Levitan

Susan Neff
Susan Asarian Nickerson
Daniel Rubenstein, Chairman
Leah Rubenstein
Lucette Runsdorf
Angela P. Schapiro
Clara Steinzor, Vice Chair
Joyce Washor
Iris York, Secretary

Board Committees  and Chairs

Auction – Lucette Runsdorf
Building and Maintenance – Leonard Levitan
Development- Lucette Runsdorf
Education –
Events- Joyce Washor
Exhibitions- Clara Steinzor
Finance – Scott Clugstone
Fund Raising- Angela Schapiro
Governance – Iris York
Investment- Leonard Levitan
Permanent Collection & Archives – Leonard Levitan
Personnel – Leah Rubenstein
Public Relations & Communications –
Volunteer/Member Liaison – Judy Chaifetz

 

 

 

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