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Watch Sam Gruber Illustrated Lecture About Ward Wellington Ward Houses

April 11, 2021 by


Watch ACSCNY president and architectural historian talk about the Syracuse houses designed by Ward Wellington Ward. In this richly illustrated presentation Dr. Gruber provides a pandemic overview of the WWW city properties in what he has been calling this past year “(WW) Warding off the virus.” Sam has been posting regularly about Ward houses on […]

2016 Annual Membership Meeting at Historic Hotel Syracuse, Syracuse, NY

August 30, 2016 by


The 2016 Annual Meeting and Luncheon of the ACSCNY will be held on SUNDAY, October 9, 2016 from noon to 3:30 pm in the Empire Room, top floor of the Marriott Syracuse Downtown (formerly the Hotel Syracuse) on 100 East Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY. Dennis Connors, Curator of History at the Onondaga Historical Association will […]

Ward Wellington Ward in Rochester, New York

April 21, 2016 by


On Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 1:00pm Arlene Wright Vanderlinde, ASID, CID will give a presentation on “Ward Wellington Ward in Rochester, New York” at the Onondaga Historical Association, Gambrinus Gallery, 2nd Floor, 321 Montgomery Street, Syracuse, NY  13202. The event is free and open to the public. Ward Wellington Ward (1875-1932) was the quintessential […]

Ten Things You Should Know About Architect Ward Wellington Ward

October 16, 2014 by


Ward Wellington Ward (1875-1932) was an American architect who designed and built both residential and commercial buildings in upstate New York. Ward drew upon many influences, and his residences are considered excellent examples of American Arts and Crafts architecture. Two things you should know about the architect are: Twenty-six of Ward’s houses are registered in […]

Ward Wellington Ward Presentation at Fayetteville Free Library, November 5, 2014

September 23, 2014 by


Bill Bowen will speak on the Syracuse architect Ward Wellington Ward (1875-1932) on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 7:00pm, at the Fayetteville Free Library, Fayetteville, NY. The illustrated presentation is free and open to the public. Ward Wellington Ward’s architectural career is best remembered for its illustration of the principals of the Arts and Crafts movement. […]

Everson Receives State Grant for Stickley House in Syracuse, New York

January 1, 2013 by


The members Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York have been a long-time supporters of the restoration of the Gustav Stickley House on Columbus Avenue in Syracuse, NY. We were thrilled to receive word last month that $500,000 has been awarded to the Everson Museum of Art to restore the building. It is envisioned […]

2012 ACSCNY Membership Meeting

October 9, 2012 by


On Sunday October 7, 2012 The Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York held its 17th annual membership meeting at the historic Wellington House in Fayetteville, New York. Members and friends exchanged news, enjoyed a delicious luncheon and heard an informative talk given by local preservation architect, Beth Crawford. ACSCNY Business During the business […]

Kenwood Neighborhood Walking Tour

July 17, 2012 by


On June 2, 2012, members the Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York participated in an architectural walking tour of the Kenwood neighborhood of Oneida, NY.  The event was organized by Patricia A. Hoffman, Executive Director of the Oneida Community Mansion House. Anthony Wonderley, Curator of Collections and Interpretation for the Mansion House and Giles […]

Good Luck to Eric Jackson-Forsberg

May 6, 2012 by


Eric Jackson-Forsberg, curator of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, NY, is leaving to become the new Executive Director of the Western New York Book Arts Center. Jackson-Forsberg curated the house for the past nine years, during which time the complex has undergone a dramatic forty million dollar restoration. Read Jackson-Forsberg’s farewell post […]

ACSCNY 2011 Membership Meeting

October 23, 2011 by


For those members who attended our 2011 membership meeting, we hope this brings back fond memories of an enjoyable day. If you were unable to attend here are some images of the event.