Our 2016 donors

BENEFACTORS

  • Canterbury Stables
  • Tizzy's

PATRONS

  • Pelco Component Technologies

SPONSORS

  • Dave Porter & Betsy Moore

FRIENDS/BUSINESSES

  • Kristi Andersen
  • Cindy Clark

INDIVIDUALS

  • Elaine Rubenstein


Our 2015 donors


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CACDA

The Cazenovia Area Community Development Association (CACDA) is initiating an art trail program to support and encourage the arts in the greater Cazenovia area. This is the first ever open studio program in Cazenovia and will be an annual, self-guided tour of artists' studios. Our program draws people into the area to support and become educated about art in Cazenovia. The Greater Cazenovia Art Trail (GCAT) program is run by volunteers from both the art community and those who support arts in our community.

How it works for the artists - The goal of the Art Trail is to provide exposure for artists and allow artists to educate the community about how they create their work. The Art Trail program is a juried program; artists that want to participate must first submit their work to the jury committee for review. Prospective artists must also submit a plan about how they will educate the community about their creative process. For example, a glass studio might show how glass is made and turned into a bowl or a carver might show how a block of wood is turned into a decoy.

Open Studios and Art Hubs - for the open studio days in the fall of the year, artists will display their works either in their own studios an "Art Hub". Locations of these open studios can be viewed on a Google map close to the time of the scheduled Art Trail weekends. Printed maps will also be available at the Cazenovia Library and the participating studios and Art Hubs.

The Art Hubs for the 2017 Art Trail will be announced soon.

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