Welcome Back to Our Returning Artists!

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Beautifully Hand-Crocheted Designs by Cathy Jackson of Golden Hands Designs


“Dr. Croaker Dancing” by D. Michael Price

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Egg Art by Valerie Dunckle


New This Year!

Ina Lei Strength

Morse code jewelry from Ina Lei Designs

Glass Pendant

Beautiful Glass Pendant by Janna Augustine

Hand Crafted Drums

Hand Crafted Drums by Daniel Mason


Catskill Rock & Chain Jewelry by Rebecca Hughes

Lots of Variety at COH 2015!

Frog Tales by D. Michael Price

Frog Tales by D. Michael Price

Linden Street Box

Amazing creations by Linden Street Paper

Kevin Gray Copse

Photography by Kevin Q. Gray

Hurray for our Vendors!

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Necklace by Just Rock Jewelry

Go Go Gothic

Whimsical paintings by Cristy Trippeer

Thank you to one of our sponsors: Realty USA

Sponsor Thank yous

We would just like to take a moment and thank Realty USA for their support in helping to sponsor the City of The Hills Arts Festival on September 19, 2015. We appreciate the commitment and support towards local, non-profit organizations like ours. Support from sponsors is incredibly important to make events like this possible. We appreciate any and all contributions. Realty USA and their decision to sponsor the event this year is terrific and exciting. We hope you’ll join us in thanking them for its sponsorship.

For more information on this years event and how you can become a part, please visit: https://cityofthehillsartsfestival.com/ or go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/1409361626059362/

Thank you again, Realty USA!

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Additional Art/Craft Opportunity!

September’s exhibition at the Wilber Mansion will feature small works (art & fine craft) priced $250 and under.

As a bonus to participating in the City of the Hills Festival, all COH vendors are given one free 2X2 space (wall space or pedestal) to exhibit their artwork and/or handcrafted items that will for sale in the gallery from September 4th-20th.  All items must be dropped off the week before September 4th.  Work (unless purchased) must remain on the wall during COH.

All work represented must be for sale, priced under $250 and be made by the artist/vendor.  Exhibitors must provide frames, display cases, etc.  We are only providing the space.

This show is unjuried and everyone is invited throughout the community to showcase their art & fine craft, on a first come, first accepted basis.  The 2X2 spaces will cost $15 for everyone (excluding COH vendors).  COH vendors who wish to showcase their work in more than one 2X2 space will pay a $15 fee for every extra space.

There will be a September 4th opening and someone will staff the gallery during COH so that items inside the mansion can be sold.  CANO will receive a 30% commission on any and all items sold within the mansion during September.

Now Seeking Artists and Food Vendors for 2015

We are now seeking artists and food vendors that would like to participate in this years City of the Hills Art and Music Festival. You can get involved by simply getting in touch with us by clicking on either the Food Vendor Application or Artist Application tab on the top of the page. We had such a great turn out of artist and food vendors last year and are looking forward to even a better year in 2015.

City of the Hills Art and Music Fest 2015

We are getting ready for City of the Hills Art and Music Festival September 19, 2015. We are looking forward to a great festival this year with amazing local bands, fantastic food from some of the finest vendors in the Northeast, as well as incredible hand-crafted and fine Art. This is one of Oneonta, New York’s finest events of the year! We are looking forward to seeing all of you and many more this September!

Thank You!

Many thanks to all of the sponsors, vendors, attendees, volunteers, and musicians who did your best to make this a successful festival! The weather was awful but everyone’s sunny attitudes saved the day:)  Thanks again and see you next year!

Dustbunny Frames

Dustbunny Frames

Art by South of Design

Art by South of Design

Portrait by Andy Winn

Portrait by Andy Winn