Since its founding in 1919, the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM) has been committed to exhibiting, collecting and supporting artists and art education and in sustaining the tradition of Woodstock as a “Colony of the Arts.”
Located in the center of the village of Woodstock, NY, the WAAM functions as a cultural center as well as a repository for the work of American artists associated with the Art Colony. Hundreds of artists have, for shorter or longer times, called Woodstock home. Many are represented in WAAM’s Collection, of over 2,000 works. Artists include George C. Ault, Milton Avery, Peggy Bacon, George Bellows, Konrad Cramer, Andrew Dasburg, Philip Guston, Raoul Hague, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Andrée Ruellan, Eugene Speicher, and Bradley Walker Tomlin.
Each year, the WAAM presents a full schedule of group, solo and historic exhibitions of regional artists throughout its five spacious galleries.