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Coming soon to the AAO … 

“Dear Hermitage, Do Not Forsake Your Native Son”makarovRound Trip Stuckism:
Ron Throop Works With Russian Painters

Opening reception
Sat., Nov. 5
6-9 pm.




AAO Update

Next Exhibit at the AAO – Round Trip Stuckism: Ron Throop Works With Russian Painters. Opening reception Sat., Nov 5 from 6-9 pm.

Annual Holiday Party December 7 – AAO’s holiday party will be on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 from 6:30 to 9 PM at Fallbrook. Please bring a dish to pass. AAO Will supply paper products and drinks. If you would like to participate in a gift swap please bring a “white elephant” gift wrapped.  This can be something you you’ve made or a regift item.

Saturday Holiday Art Sale during December –  Shop local! Area artists artwork for sale starting on Black Friday. More information >>

December Workshops – AAO members can do a little crafting while they shop.– More information  >>

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Outside view of the AAOGallery-Sitters Needed!

The AAO is looking for volunteers to ensure the art gallery is open to the public. If you have a few hours to spare, please use our new on-line sign up located here: http://www.oswegoarts.org/gallery-sitter-sign-up/ .

Once you commit to a date you will receive an email to confirm. If you are new to gallery-sitting, please contact a member of the Art Association Board for specific directions. 



The AAO  offers year-round enriching art and entertainment with something for everyone. The organization is a vital, active, multidimensional center for the arts, art making, and creativity – thanks to our many volunteers. Join us for the variety of events and classes we have to offer. New members, volunteers, and visitors are always welcome.

Art for Youth workshop
Art for Youth workshop in 2015

Many workshops for both adults and children are offered throughout the year. Check out our Calendar of Events for dates.


You will find us in the former Fort Ontario Quartermaster’s Building now known as the Oswego Civic Arts Center, Oswego. We share this building with the Oswego Players and their 60-seat auditorium.


Contact us for further information about any of our classes, exhibitions and activities.