Rochester Folk Art Guild Events Calendar

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Jul
7
Thu
Craft Weekend @ Rochester Folk Art Guild
Jul 7 @ 5:00 pm – Jul 10 @ 3:00 pm
Craft Weekend @ Rochester Folk Art Guild | Middlesex | New York | United States

Craft Weekend 2016 at the Folk Art Guild

July 7 – 10

REGISTER ONLINE NOW!

The Guild will host a variety of workshops where beginners and students of all levels can explore art and craft from a fresh perspective.

You’re invited to join us:

Thursday, July 7th 6-8 pm Craft Weekend Orientation Dinner

Friday, July 8th – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday July 9th – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, July 10th – 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

2016 Craft Weekend Course Selection:

*(New) Primitive Tools and Crafts

*(New) Partner Dance and Solo Movement

*(New) Ikebana – The Japanese Art of Flower Arrangement

Painting: Journey Into Acrylics

Creating A Film

Weaving on the Loom

Exploring Woodturning

Writing Poetry

The Art Of Clay

Theater

Craft Weekend Options (Includes Tuition)

  • $495 Complete Package – All Meals and Lodging for 3 nights and 4 days

  • $395 Complete Package Camping – All Meals and Camping pass for 3 nights and 4 days

  • $305 Commuter Package  –  Days only option which includes 3 Lunches

    *Early Bird Discount Deduct $25

    * Students Deduct $100

     *Extra Materials Fees may apply, see registration form for more details

    *Register a friend and get 25% off your tuition

For more information call 585-944-3153 or email craftweekend@folkartguild.org

*Early Bird Discount Ends June 1st

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

REGISTRATION

ONLINE CHECKOUT

 WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Oct
1
Sat
Naples Open Studio Trail @ Rochester Folk Art Guild
Oct 1 @ 10:00 am – Oct 2 @ 5:00 pm
Naples Open Studio Trail @ Rochester Folk Art Guild | Middlesex | New York | United States

Naples Open Studio – October 1 & 2 –  Saturday and Sunday 10 – 5

Take a ride through the vibrant colors of October and discover art studios nestled in the hills of the Finger Lakes. On this self-guided Art Tour, you can find unique treasures, each with its own story. Talk with us and watch as we create works of art that are available for purchase. Enjoy as much of the trail as you please using the map and following clearly marked signs along the way. Our exciting fund-raising raffle includes wine, gift certificates, dinner coupons and a $200 Wegman’s card. Winners will be notified on November 2, 2015.

Thank you for riding the Naples Open Studio Trail!
Pottery and Wood shops participate with Naples area artists.

 

Oct
8
Sat
Open House and Apple Fest @ Rochester Folk Art Guild
Oct 8 @ 11:00 am – Oct 9 @ 5:00 pm

October 8 & 9 – Rochester Folk Art Guild Annual Fall Open House and Apple Fest

Visit Guild’s craft shops and watch demonstrations by our artists.
Enjoy a homegrown home cooked lunch with desserts. Fresh Artisan breads. Vendors with a variety of different themes.
Live music both days, with many different performers!
Organic apples and fresh pressed cider for sale

 

1445 Upper Hill Rd
Middlesex, NY
Saturday & Sunday 11 – 5
www.folkartguild.org

Oct
28
Fri
Holiday Festival of Crafts in Syracuse @ Dewitt Community Church
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am – Oct 30 @ 5:00 pm

WHAT:

The Rochester Folk Art Guild’s annual Festival of Crafts in Syracuse

ADMISSION:

Free!

WHEN:

Friday, October 28th 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, October 29th, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday, October 30th, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE:

DeWitt Community Church, 3600 Erie Boulevard East, Syracuse, NY 13214

Across from Shoppingtown. See the website below for a map and directions.

MORE:

For more information, visit www.folkartguild.org or call 585-554-3539

 

The Folk Art Guild Presents its

Annual Festival of Crafts in Syracuse

October 28-30, 2016

The Folk Art Guild will present its annual Festival of Crafts in Syracuse on October 28, 29 and 30th at the DeWitt Community Church, 3600 Erie Boulevard East, across from Shoppingtown. Friday and Saturday the hours are 10 – 5, and Sunday from 11 – 4. Admission is FREE! There is plenty of free parking.

The Folk Art Guild has been making fine handicrafts for over 50 years, supporting locally sourced materials and makers with traditions in clay, wood and textiles. The shelves will be full of unique hand made items including turned bowls, natural fibers and clothing, folk toys and artisanal pottery.  Visitors will be entertained with live music and demonstrations by the artists themselves.

The Guild artisans have been working diligently throughout the year to bring you the some of the best folk crafts. Revel in the beautiful patterns of end grain cutting boards.  Hand carved kitchen wares, including spoons and salad servers will also be available over the course of the weekend. The woodworking display is enhanced by an impressive collection of oriental rugs from Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Iran.

Peruse the new wood fired ceramics from the Folk Art Guild potters. A true labor of love, these pots were fired for over 24 hours with locally harvested wood, and constant attention.  Toasty reds and oranges dance on the surface of these wares as evidence of flame and ash. Brilliant and colorful glazes liven the teapots and berry bowls, and as always you can find the traditional leaf ware with native plants from the Finger Lakes region.

The Weavers are preparing a wardrobe to keep you warm this season, including colorful ponchos, shawls, and scarves. Weaving row by row on beautiful wooden looms, the artists work with merino wool, bamboo, alpaca, silk and cotton.

In addition to crafts, the Guild will once again present an array of books, including a variety of children’s books, as well as myriad books on spirituality, art, and of course, cooking. So grab something for your sweetie and show them how much you care by giving the gift of hand made this holiday season.

About the Rochester Folk Art Guild

A not-for-profit arts community and educational institution, the Guild began its work in crafts nearly 60 years ago.  Located on a 350-acre farm in New York’s Finger Lakes Region, the Guild has grown to receive worldwide recognition for its handcrafts, which have found their place in museums, private collections, shops, and galleries through the United States and abroad.  The Guild also offers workshops for adults and conducts educational outreach programs for children.  Its Apprenticeship Program is designed for young people who are searching for a practical, hands-on approach to learning and living.  Working alongside experienced master craftspeople, apprentices learn proficiency in a craft and how to live alongside others in a community setting. Over the past six years, the Guild has offered an annual Craft Weekend for all ages.  For more information, visit www.folkartguild.org or call 585-554-3539.

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Nov
18
Fri
Annual Festival of Crafts in Buffalo @ Center For Tomorrow
Nov 18 @ 4:00 pm – Nov 20 @ 4:00 pm

WHAT:

The Rochester Folk Art Guild’s annual Festival of Crafts in Buffalo.

ADMISSION:

$2 or free with invitation which can be downloaded and printed out at www.folkartguild.org

WHEN:

Friday,  November, 18th a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, November 19th, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday, November 20th, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE:

UB Center For Tomorrow, on the Amherst (North) Campus. See the website below for a map and directions.

 

The Folk Art Guild Presents its

Annual Festival of Crafts in Buffalo

November 18-20, 2016

The Folk Art Guild will present its annual Festival of Crafts at the University at Buffalo’s Center for Tomorrow on November 18, 19 and 20th. Located on the North campus in Amherst, just inside the Flint Road entrance, the festival will be open Friday 4-8, Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 11-4 pm. Admission is $2, or free with an invitation available to download and print at folkartguild.org. There is plenty of free parking.

The Folk Art Guild has been making fine handicrafts for over 50 years, supporting locally sourced materials and makers with traditions in clay, wood and textiles. The shelves will be full of unique hand made items including turned bowls, natural fibers and clothing, folk toys and artisanal pottery.  Visitors will be entertained with live music and demonstrations by the artists themselves.

The Guild artisans have been working diligently throughout the year to bring you the some of the best folk crafts. Revel in the beautiful patterns of end grain cutting boards.  Hand carved kitchen wares, including spoons and salad servers will also be available over the course of the weekend. The woodworking display is enhanced by an impressive collection of oriental rugs from Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Iran.

Peruse the new wood fired ceramics from the Folk Art Guild potters. A true labor of love, these pots were fired for over 24 hours with locally harvested wood, and constant attention.  Toasty reds and oranges dance on the surface of these wares as evidence of flame and ash. Brilliant and colorful glazes liven the teapots and berry bowls, and as always you can find the traditional leaf ware with native plants from the Finger Lakes region.

The Weavers are preparing a wardrobe to keep you warm this season, including colorful ponchos, shawls, and scarves. Weaving row by row on beautiful wooden looms, the artists work with merino wool, bamboo, alpaca, silk and cotton.

In addition to crafts, the Guild will once again present an array of books, including a variety of children’s books, as well as myriad books on spirituality, art, and of course, cooking. So grab something for your sweetie and show them how much you care by giving the gift of hand made this holiday season.

About the Rochester Folk Art Guild

A not-for-profit arts community and educational institution, the Guild began its work in crafts nearly 60 years ago.  Located on a 350-acre farm in New York’s Finger Lakes Region, the Guild has grown to receive worldwide recognition for its handcrafts, which have found their place in museums, private collections, shops, and galleries through the United States and abroad.  The Guild also offers workshops for adults and conducts educational outreach programs for children.  Its Apprenticeship Program is designed for young people who are searching for a practical, hands-on approach to learning and living.  Working alongside experienced master craftspeople, apprentices learn proficiency in a craft and how to live alongside others in a community setting. Over the past six years, the Guild has offered an annual Craft Weekend for all ages.  For more information, visit www.folkartguild.org or call 585-554-3539.

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For more information, visit www.folkartguild.org or call 585-554-3539

Nov
25
Fri
Holiday Festival of Crafts in Rochester – 2016 @ The Harley School
Nov 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

WHAT:

The Rochester Folk Art Guild’s annual Festival of Crafts in Rochester.

ADMISSION:

$2 or free with invitation which can be downloaded and printed out at www.folkartguild.org

WHEN:

Friday,  November 25,  10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday, November 26, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday, November 27, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE:

The Harley School, 1981 Clover Street, between Elmwood and Monroe Avenues. See the website below for a map and directions.

 

The Folk Art Guild Presents its

Annual Festival of Crafts in Rochester

November 25, 26, 27

The Folk Art Guild will present its annual Festival of Crafts in Rochester at at the Harley School, 1981 Clover Street, between Elmwood and Monroe Avenues. The show will be open Friday from 10-5, Saturday from 10-5, and Sunday from 11-4. Admission is $2, or free with an invitation available to print out at folkartguild.org. There is plenty of free parking.

The Folk Art Guild has been making fine handicrafts for over 50 years, supporting locally sourced materials and makers with traditions in clay, wood and textiles. The shelves will be full of unique hand made items including turned bowls, natural fibers and clothing, folk toys and artisanal pottery.  Visitors will be entertained with live music and demonstrations by the artists themselves.

The Guild artisans have been working diligently throughout the year to bring you the some of the best folk crafts. Revel in the beautiful patterns of end grain cutting boards.  Hand carved kitchen wares, including spoons and salad servers will also be available over the course of the weekend. The woodworking display is enhanced by an impressive collection of oriental rugs from Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Iran.

Peruse the new wood fired ceramics from the Folk Art Guild potters. A true labor of love, these pots were fired for over 24 hours with locally harvested wood, and constant attention.  Toasty reds and oranges dance on the surface of these wares as evidence of flame and ash. Brilliant and colorful glazes liven the teapots and berry bowls, and as always you can find the traditional leaf ware with native plants from the Finger Lakes region.

The Weavers are preparing a wardrobe to keep you warm this season, including colorful ponchos, shawls, and scarves. Weaving row by row on beautiful wooden looms, the artists work with merino wool, bamboo, alpaca, silk and cotton.

In addition to crafts, the Guild will once again present an array of books, including a variety of children’s books, as well as myriad books on spirituality, art, and of course, cooking. So grab something for your sweetie and show them how much you care by giving the gift of hand made this holiday season.

 

About the Rochester Folk Art Guild

A not-for-profit arts community and educational institution, the Guild began its work in crafts nearly 60 years ago.  Located on a 350-acre farm in New York’s Finger Lakes Region, the Guild has grown to receive worldwide recognition for its handcrafts, which have found their place in museums, private collections, shops, and galleries through the United States and abroad.  The Guild also offers workshops for adults and conducts educational outreach programs for children.  Its Apprenticeship Program is designed for young people who are searching for a practical, hands-on approach to learning and living.  Working alongside experienced master craftspeople, apprentices learn proficiency in a craft and how to live alongside others in a community setting. Over the past six years, the Guild has offered an annual Craft Weekend for all ages.  For more information, visit www.folkartguild.org or call 585-554-3539.

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MORE:

For more information, visit www.folkartguild.org or call 585-554-3539