The Cedar Lane Arts Center, located in Ossining’s Cedar Lane Park, is a community art center managed by the Ossining Parks and Recreation Department.
It opened in April 2017 and offers a variety of art classes for adults and children, including ceramics, painting, drawing, jewelry and more! The studio hosts six electric wheels, a slab roller, ample tools and two 7-cubic foot electric kilns.
They also have a large exhibit space with a stage that is available for special events rental.
Cedar Lane Park
Before being purchased by the 52 Association as a recreational space for disabled veterans, the park was a family estate.
The Town of Ossining then purchased the property in 1996 and in recent years has committed town resources to re-invigorate its 25 acres, beginning with the re-opening of the central buildings on the site. Other projects are in the works; the park will see the installation of new docks, a kayak launch, and a jogging path funded by a grant from Senator David Carlucci.
Besides being the home of the Cedar Lane Arts Center, Cedar Lane Park is home to Ossining’s best dog park (much larger than the other enclosed dog park at Ryder Park), the Ossining Community Organic Garden, a large football/soccer field, and more. You can read more about everything Cedar Lane Park has to offer HERE.
Connect with the Cedar Lane Arts Center
- You can sign up for adults or children’s classes HERE
- Cedar Lane’s Facebook Page
- Cedar Lane’s Instagram
What People are saying about the Cedar Lane Arts Center:
“Thank you so much for such a great class. I’m so excited to get to learn from you, and I’m so happy that even after only one class I already have something I made by myself. Creating something new out of clay is an old metaphor, but it is thrilling in reality too.” – Adult Beginner Student
“I wanted to give a shout out to the new art center (through Ossining Recreation) and the wonderful teacher Cathy CarabeeFaiella. I often see moms asking where their kids can take art classes and we have a local gem right here in Ossining! They did some very sophisticated projects (my daughter just turned 8); I love the Chihuly-inspired sculpture! They have camps this summer and we’ll be signing up for Art Quest again in the Fall!” – Parent