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Tour White Pines, the historic original home of Byrdcliffe’s founders Ralph and Jane Whitehead

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America’s second-oldest arts colony, Byrdcliffe is on the National Register of Historic Places. Year-round events, exhibitions and classes are offered, including an Artist in Residency program. Explore this 300-acre arts colony founded in 1902 and step inside White Pines, the original home of Byrdcliffe’s founders Ralph and Jane Whitehead, with Byrdcliffe Historian Henry T. Ford to discover how this 1902 utopian arts and crafts colony began. Meet on the porch of White Pines at 454 Upper Byrdcliffe Road. Suggested donation: $10. Tour begins at noon. Afterwards, visit our current group of artists in residency, who will open their studios to the public on June 15th.

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Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild
  • 34 Tinker St
  • Woodstock, NY 12498