The Smithy Clay Studio - Arts, Crafts

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The Smithy Clay Studio
1 Otsego Court
Cooperstown, New York 13326Phone: 607.547.8671
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About The Smithy Clay Studio


The Smithy Gallery is the oldest building in Cooperstown. It was built by the village founder, Judge William Cooper, in 1786 to serve as a blacksmith shop for the infant settlement. Its forges, anvil stands, bellows, tools, the smoke-shadows of horseshoes and other features remain. A second and third floor were added to house a carriage repair shop and what is now the oldest surviving Masonic Hall with original paint in New York State.
The Smithy Clay Studio lies adjacent to the gallery and holds year-round classes, workshops and community events. The Studio also partners with local organizations, such as the Otsego ARC and The Cooperstown Food Pantry, to serve our wonderful community!

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