Congratulations to Mike Danial, Fred Nery, and Lee Wetmore! The issue is full progressive articles, and highlights the education of boy farmers, the democracy of the carpenter, and the role of the state fair in promoting the activities and interests of rural women. Rockefeller who made his employees work that year’s Labor Day. Stickley offers public tours of the Manlius factory at 1 Stickley Drive Manlius, NY 13104 every Tuesday at AM.
The exhibition will be on view beginning October 8th through November 11th. The great-grandchildren of Gustav Stickley will host a fundraiser for the Gustav Stickley house in Syracuse, NY at the historic Pumphouse in Skaneateles, NY this Sunday, August 28th. The tours last from 1 - 2 hours, and are free of charge.
Mike’s career opens a door for the listener to experience a unique story in the revival of American Arts & Crafts. Three Stickley colleagues whose works were chosen from the exhibition, On My Own Time, held at The Stickley Museum this past May will now be featured at the Everson Museum of Art. In that issue Gutsav touts the growth of the Craftsman Movement.
The On My Own Time exhibition features the work of many talented artists throughout our area. He sends out a general invitation to visit the new Craftsman Building in New York City, and there is even a feature article on his home-Craftsman Farms.
There will be no change in Tuesday hours ( am- pm).
As always, call 315.637.2278 to make an appointment should you want a private tour (no tour group is too small)!
In this image from the early 1980’s, Alfred and Aminy Audi review plans for the factory expansion on Orchard Street in Fayetteville, NY.
Over the course of a decade, the Audi’s revitalize the Stickley factory and outgrow this facility, now home of The Stickley Museum and Fayetteville Free Library.
If you wish to schedule a tour Wednesday through Friday, please contact us.
The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York has another tour scheduled for this weekend!
We will be open to the public on Tuesday, May 29th.
To schedule a time to tour the museum on an alternate day please call 315.637.2278.
The Stickley Museum would like to share a sentiment first written by Gustav Stickley in the January 1910 isssue of The Craftsman. In October 1901, Gustav Stickley presented the first issue of The Craftsman magazine, which continued to be published for fifteen years.