Anderson Alley Artists Studios
250 N. Goodman St., Rochester, New York 14607
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Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of art can be seen?

An ever changing variety of 2D and 3D art made here in the studios and sold here by friendly approachable artists.

Do artists do Commissions?

Many do, just ask about the commission process.

Can you return artwork?

Each artist has a return policy.

Do you accept credit cards?

Many artists do with the new technology available to them.

When are you open?

Our regular events are the First Friday 6 - 9 pm and Second Saturday 12 - 4 pm, September through June. The building is open Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm. An appointment with an artist is recommended.

What is the alley?

The alley is the shared drive between the Anderson Arts Building and Village Gate. The colorfully painted doors to Anderson Alley Artists are located here along with entrances to Village Gate.

How did Anderson Alley start?

Arthur Goldfeder purchased the building and in 1976 opened Fabrics and Findings on the first two floors of the building. The upper floors were rented to artists. In the late 90’s Anderson Alley Artists formed as a loose cooperative among the artists. The Goldfeder family continues to nurture the art environment.

Is the building Handicapped Accessible?

Yes at times, the elevator is located at the alley entrance to the Good Luck restaurant and is available during events. Look for signage.

What was the building originally?

The E. P. Reed shoe factory 1906. We'll show you the shoe nails that still trickle from the cracks.

When was building built?


How do you rent a studio?

Contact Steve Circh (585) 281-2059 or email ATM properties through the Contact page.