We regret to announce that the
Window on the Arts festival
will not be held in 2015.
If volunteers do not come forward,
Window on the Arts will be done forever.
If you are (or someone you know is) willing to serve on the
board of Window on the Arts please contact the
Windsor Partners Inc. as soon as possible.
It is too late for 2015 but the festival is too important to our area to not continue for many more years.
Some of the volunteers
from past Window on the Arts Festivals would still be willing to serve but
several positions need to be filled including Director, Secretary, Treasurer
and Food Court person to name a few.
Efficient records have been kept from past WOTA festivals which is always helpful for the incoming volunteers.
The Window on the Arts
festival of Art, Music, Food and History is usually held on Saturday of the
second full weekend after Labor Day. (One week after the Norwich
Colorscape festival each year.)
Window on the Arts has been held from10:00AM - 4:00PM in Klumpp Park, Windsor NY for several years and before that was held in the business district of the village.
The juried art show featuring dozens of professional artists
and craftspeople has offered festival attendees a unique variety of paintings, jewelry, fabric arts, glasswork, pottery,
woodwork, photography and more.
Many of the artists returned year after year and they are disappointed that the festival is not happening in 2015.
The festival has free admission and free onsite parking and also features a food court, live music, local history presentations, chef demonstrations, emerging young artists, student art show, face painting, children's art projects and much more!
Please send an email to Rambo13865@gmail.com if you’re
interested in leading or helping with Window on the Arts.
Best of Show- Laurel Nugent
Fine Arts 1st place David Baxter
Fine Arts 2nd place Jan Frassetto
Fine Arts 3rd place Dan Schmidt
Honorable Mention- Fine Arts
Fine Crafts 1st place- Mia Sohn, Pysanky
Fine Crafts 2nd place- Bill & Barb Walsh, Woodworking
Fine Crafts 3rd place -Frank Evangelisti, Wood turning
Honorable Mention - Fine Crafts
Carol Crolick, Basket Weaving