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Thousand Island Art Center

The Thousand Islands Arts Center boasts a world-renowned textile collection and a wide variety of changing art exhibitions

1-315-686-4123
314 John St.
Clayton, NY 13624
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The Thousand Islands Arts Center boasts a world-renowned textile collection and its galleries present a wide variety of changing art exhibitions year-round.

The Arts Center also offers a multitude of classes and workshops in a variety of disciplines, including weaving, pottery, painting and heritage arts and is host to three annual events, the Weaving History Conference, the Antique Show & Sale and the Arts & Crafts Show.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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