Katherine Choy Culture Trip

Enjoy a perfect day trip on Wednesdays for the duration of the exhibition Radical Pots & Cooperative Handsfeaturing works and archival items on loan from Clay Art Center collection. Start your day at Clay Art Center Gallery at 11:30 am for a FREE Guided Exhibition and Studio Tour including their permanent Katherine Choy collection. Make the Greenwich Historical Society your second stop for a FREE visit to our exhibitionBoth locations are within 15 minutes drive from each other and easily accessible by car or Metro North. No appointment necessary

Treasures from the Museum Collection:
Ceramics by Leon Volkmar

Coinciding with the exhibition Radical Pots & Cooperative Hands: Katherine Choy and Clay Art Center, visitors to the Greenwich Historical Society’s Permanent Collections Gallery can view a complementary installation of ceramic vessels by artist Leon Gambetta Volkmar (1879-1959). Volkmar was a friend of artist Elmer Livingston MacRae, and in the 1910s and ‘20s his distinctive vases could often be seen in the Bush-Holley House, forming the base for floral arrangements designed by Constant Holley MacRae.

Tour the Bush–Holley House

Discover Greenwich

In celebration of our 90th anniversary milestone we present Discover Greenwich, a dynamic series of interactive programs that promotes a sense of place and belonging, sparks dialogue and inspires meaningful connections across our diverse community.  Explore our town’s history through a series of walking tours. Enrich your knowledge through lectures, workshops and demonstrations. Engage in fun community activities.

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Our Great Lawn and historic Barn are perfect for intimate gatherings .  In this difficult time, our space is perfect for smaller events – tented on the great lawn or using our Barn, grounds and galleries for corporate meetings, bridal showers, birthday parties, engagements, anniversary parties and small weddings. 

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