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Galerie d'art

The Center for Photography at Woodstock

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Paul And Kara
Paul And Kara
July 18, 2018
An iconic location...Bob Dylan wrote many of his songs for the album "Bringing It All Back Home" in one of the rooms upstairs.
David
David
June 28, 2018
We are photography fans and CPW often features photography shows that are worth checking out. It's right in town, so you can take in a little art in between food and shopping.
Kathleen
Kathleen
December 2, 2017
Local photo education center, with gallery space for photo exhibits.
Diane
Diane
September 19, 2017
Interesting look at local undiscovered talent as well as famous photographers plus workshops
Amy
Amy
August 11, 2017
This non-profit exhibition space was founded in 1977 by Howard Greenberg, owner of the gallery on East Fifty-Seventh, and it offers a terrific roster of shows, speakers, and programs. (Past instructors: Richard Misrach, Sally Mann, and Arnold Newman.) Bonus: It’s housed in the building that was once…

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“I got ‘baptized’ there (my Buddhist name is Drechen Dolma) when I moved to Woodstock 27 years ago before they built the monalithic structure shadowing over the lovely Russian Orthodox Church below it which is a must see! Pretty psychedelic.”
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“Stay with us and take a short drive to your classes at WSA. A historic studios on a wooded property right out of town. Our neighbor is on the advisory board and would love to chat about your experiences!”
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Boulangerie
“Great bakery, lunches, fresh food, and friendly place to meet fellow travelers and locals. Also good coffee and vegan options”
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Nourriture
“Unquestionably the best ice cream in the area, all homemade and very addictive. Endlessly creative flavors. ”
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Point of Interest
“The Byrdcliffe Colony, also called the Byrdliffe Arts Colony or Byrdcliffe Historic District, was founded in 1902 near Woodstock, New York by Jane Byrd McCall and Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead and colleagues, Bolton Brown and Hervey White. It is the oldest operating Arts and Crafts Colony in America. ”
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59 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
Téléphone+1 845-679-9957
Site Webcpw.org
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